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put peanuts in food processor to make peanut butter and process
become fearful (of overworking your wonderful food processor and killing it) and impatient halfway through the process and wind up with a pile of ground peanut clay that's rather tacky and clumps together
Think that said peanut clay reminds you a lot of the consistency of PB inside a resee's cup
start making regular tacos for dinner (use taco shells)
while making tacos decide that you're going to try to turn peanut clay into a dessert like substance by adding sugar and cocoa powder
melt butter, sugar and cocoa powder together in microwave (make this step less messy by using a microwave safe bowl if desired)
Mix in peanut clay until it forms a paste, then add a dash of salt because usually stuff like this needs it (don't think about adding a dash of vanilla untill it's too late).
Look at paste and think that looks like nutella
Recall childhood memories of making cinnamon sugar tortillas on taco nights for dessert when growing up
Spread chocolate peanut paste over a tortilla
microwave for a few seconds to make it easier to roll up
roll up and eat
Warning: do not attempt if you are allergic to peanuts, chocolate, desserts, or if you can't keep your fingers away from razor sharp spinning food processor blades
Second warning: don't try to make new recipes when pressed for time or else you may end up with a pile of peanut mud, if you end up with a pile of peanut mud see above recipe.