Ants On a Log Recipe
Looking for an easy yet tasty snack for the whole family? Look no further than our Ants On A Log recipe! Whip up this sweet snack for an after-school treat, or as a tasty weekend snack. All you’ll need is a handful of ingredients like peanut butter, whipped cream and your favourite berries. Serve it all up on our Apricot Delight Log for an irresistible Ants On a Log snack. Find all the recipe instructions below!
Ants On a Log Recipe FAQ
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Why do they call it Ants On a Log?
Not the most delicious reason, but they sure are tasty! Ants On a Log was named due to the resemblance of the raisins resembling ants, and the traditional celery resembling the log. Sub in our delicious Apricot Delight Log and you have a sweet spin on the traditional Ants on a Log.
Can I make Ants On a Log ahead of time?
For this spin on a classic using our Apricot Delight Log, we suggest consuming these once you’ve let cool from the oven for 2-3 minutes.
- 1 x COBS Bread Apricot Delight Log or Loaf
- 8-12 tbsp Smooth Peanut Butter
- Whipped Cream
- Blueberries, Raisins, and/or Strawberries (sliced)
- Fresh Mint Leaves
- Confectioners Sugar
- Preheat oven to 425F.
- Using a bread knife cut the Apricot Delight into a long rectangular shape, save end cuts.
- Cut bread into “logs” to a desired size (recommended 4cm x 12cm x 1.5cm). Dice your saved end cuts as well.
- On a parchment lined baking sheet pan, place the “logs” and end cuts. Bake for 6-8 minutes or until the “logs” are golden brown.
- Take out of the oven and transfer to a cutting board and let it cool down (around 2-3 minutes).
- Using a butter knife, spread peanut butter on top of each “log”.
- Optional step: add dots of whipping cream on top of the peanut butter along the “log”.
- Add blueberries, strawberries, or raisins on top of each whipped cream dot.
- Dust with confectioners sugar and garnish with fresh mint leaves.