Melty chocolate and peanut butter and crispy tortillas join forces in this perfectly shareable dessert. You can find this recipe and many more in our cookbook Kids Can Cook Anything!
Place tortillas on cutting board. Use butter knife to spread peanut butter over half of each tortilla, leaving border around edge. Sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over peanut butter. Fold tortillas in half, forming half-moon shape, and press to flatten.
Use pastry brush to paint top of each folded tortilla with half of melted butter. Place tortillas in 10-inch nonstick skillet, buttered sides down. Paint second side of each tortilla with remaining butter.
Use spatula to flip tortillas. Cook until second sides are crisp and browned, 1 to 2 minutes. Turn off heat.
Move over, PB and J, there’s a new combination in town! Peanut butter and chocolate are made to be together—the melty chocolate and peanut butter create a sweet and salty combination that never disappoints. The chocolate chips melt and mix with the peanut butter to create a gooey filling, and the toasted tortillas get crispy on the outside as they cook. Bonus: This recipe is quick to make, and it makes just enough to share with a sibling or friend.