Marguerites are a great quick and easy snack. It’s always a hit with kids and adults alike. Super simple ingredients and super simple to make.
You may have read the title and wondered what in the world. Marguerites is a French word meaning daisies. But these delicious treats have nothing to do with daisies that I can find.
I am not sure if marguerites are a southern treat or a french treat. I first learned of them from a friend in Texas. Her heritage is French. Whichever these are a daisy of a treat!
Marguerites are so simple to make and a little messy to eat. Kids love them (well almost all of them). And they are fun. It’s a little sunshine on a gloomy or bad day. A great sweet snack with a little protein for a mid afternoon break.
Two of the things I learned to make this summer go into this recipe – marshmallows and peanut butter. Lucy’s DP says he doesn’t like my homemade peanut butter, but he doesn’t complain when eating these.
And a nice thing about this treat it doesn’t take any fancy gadgets or equipment. If you have a toaster oven, you can use that. If you don’t, a broiler will work just fine.
- Turn the broiler on unless you are using a toaster oven.
- Spread peanut butter on each cracker.
- Place a large or enough little marshmallows to cover the top of the cracker on the top of the cracker.
- Place on a pan and put under the broiler or in the toaster oven.
- Bake until marshmallows are roasted.
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