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In the Kitchen: Frozen Peanut Butter Pops

In the Kitchen: Frozen Peanut Butter Pops

Catch's Thiago Silva demos a summer treat

When we were kids, we ate spoonfuls of peanut butter between meals. And by “when we were kids,” we mean yesterday.

Here to make shoveling heaps of spread into your face socially acceptable is Thiago Silva, executive pastry chef at Catch. In today’s video, he creates his renowned frozen peanut butter pops.

The dessert is easy to make (it requires no heat, and Silva actually prefers to use Skippy) and great for adult and kid parties alike. Plus, it keeps for a month in the freezer (or leave it unfrozen and use as cake filler).

If you’re not the DIY type, he serves it every night at Catch alongside the peanut butter cup souffle. (While you’re there, the s’mores pizza is also the shiz.)

It’ll bring out your not-so inner child.

Catch, 21 Ninth Avenue, at West 13th Street (212-392-5978 or catchnewyorkcity.com). Think you missed something in the video? Here’s the full recipe. For more sweet treats, watch how to make a mojito sundae and Manhattan float with Jeni Britton Bauer from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.