Peggi Anne Tebben


So...I had made of some of Jane Louis' Peanut Butter Fluff & was wondering what I could use it on besides ice cream. Then I got to thinking; Peanut Butter & bananas! Elvis' favorite sandwich. So, I developed this recipe, & in honor of the King, I'm calling it Hound Dog Bites!

This is a perfect dessert dish or sweet appetizer. You can not even taste the tortilla wrapper in this. I just used it to bind the peanut butter, bananas, & frosted flakes together. Works perfect! You have the perfect combination of flavors & textures.

I tried them 24 hours later too & no change at all. Banana was still perfect & flakes were still crunchy. Refer to picture.
I do hope you try this & let me know what you think. I know it will be a big hit at MY next get together.


★★★★☆ 7 votes

30 Min


  • 3 oz
  • 1 1/2 lb
    chocolate almond bark or semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 pkg
    large, thin tortilla shells (like burrito shells)
  • ·
  • ·
    sugar frosted flakes

  • 1 1/2 c
    packed brown sugar
  • 1 c
  • 1/4 c
    maple syrup
  • 1 jar(s)
    marshmallow cream
  • 1 jar(s)
    (small) peanut butter or 2 cups

How to Make PEGGI'S OWN HOUND DOG BITES (for humans)


  1. Prepare Jane Louise's Peanut Butter Fluff acording to her directions on her recipe. CHURCH PEANUT BUTTER SPREAD.
    If you have it refrigerated already, take as much out as needed & place in microwave bowl & gently warm just enough for spreading easily. About 25 to 30 seconds.
  2. Lay out one of the flour tortillas & spread a thin layer on shell, but not too thin, leaving about 1/4" all the way around shell free from spread. It will ooze out otherwise.
  3. Sprinkle enough whole, Sugar Frosted Flakes on top of the Peanut Butter Fluff to cover but don't over do it.
  4. Peel banana & lay a whole banana toward one long side of prepared tortilla. Will probably take 1 1/2 bananas for each tortilla. I only used one for this when trying, as I didn't know how it would turn out & didn't want to waste another banana if it didn't turn out.
  5. Tightly roll around the banana.
  6. Using a sharp serrated knife, slice into about 1/2" slices & place on waxed paper, laying flat.
  7. In a small, deep microwave bowl, melt the chocolate & paraffin together, Start with 1 minute & stir & then keep heating & stirring every 30 seconds until it is all melted.
  8. Using your hand, pick up the rolls, one at a time & dip the first 2/3 of roll into chocolate mixture & place on waxed paper, chocolate side down. Repeat until all are coated on the first side. Place the waxed paper on a small tray & place in fridge for 5 minutes to set up. Refer to picture.
  9. Make sure your chocolate is still warm. Set aside. In another small deep bowl, coarsly crush enough Sugar Frosted Flakes for dipping the tops of rolls in.
  10. Take rolls out of fridge &, one at a time, dip the other 1/3 in the chocolate & then immediately in the crushed flakes. Place back on waxed paper, flake side up. Repeat until all are coated. Place in fridge until ready to serve.
  11. Enjoy!!

Printable Recipe Card

About PEGGI'S OWN HOUND DOG BITES (for humans)

Show 63 Comments & Reviews

25 Best Pork Chop Recipes

25 Best Pork Chop Recipes

Need an easy, flavorful, and family-friendly recipe? Look no further! These tried and true tender pork chop recipes are going to be regulars in your weekly meal rotation. Pair with your favorite mashed potatoes recipe and vegetables for an easy dinner recipe that the whole family will want seconds of!

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese

Cream cheese can be used for so much more than just adding a schmear to a toasted bagel. You can’t make a New York-style cheesecake without it. Cream cheese makes macaroni and cheese even creamier. When sweetened, it’s the best frosting. But those aren’t the only ways to cook or bake with cream cheese. Breakfast, […]

12 Simple Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

12 Simple Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

A container of oatmeal always seems to be in the pantry. While it’s a hearty breakfast, oatmeal can be used for baking too! Oatmeal cookies are easy to make and very versatile based on your taste buds. They can be soft or crisp. Mix raisins, chocolate chips, or even peanut butter into the batter and […]