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Julie Van Rosendaal makes toast

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Is toast the hot new food trend? Food and nutrition columnist Julie van Rosendaal joins us with her take on artisinal toast.

Start with equal amounts of creamy or chunky peanut butter and chocolate chips - if you want to get fancy, use good-quality chopped dark or semisweet chocolate. Put them into a glass or Pyrex bowl together and microwave for about a minute. Stir until smooth - the lumps of chocolate will work themselves out with the heat of the peanut butter. Once chilled, it will firm up but should have the spreadable consistency of Nutella. If not, warm it again with another spoonful of peanut butter, stirring again until smooth.

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