Labels: Bars - Saturday, October 23, 2010
What kid or grown up doesn't love s'mores?! They must be America's all-time favorite dessert! These are especially wonderful since they don't require being outdoors to eat 'em. I've never been a fan of sleeping outside, pitching a tent, and being away from civilization. Now, you can have the pleasure of this campfire treat in the comfort of your own home. With these babies you can sit on the couch, relax, and curl up in your snuggy with a big 'ol glass of milk. Hell, if you really feel the need to be outdoors, light your fireplace :) While these are fantastically delicious, I must warn you though, they can get reeeeaaally messy! Especially when the marshmallows and chocolate are nice and melted and everything gets ooey and gooey and nummy and yummy. Inevitably you'll wind up with melted marshmallow and chocolate goo all over your fingers and you'll grab a napkin for assistance - then your fingers get stuck to the napkin so you might as well lick off all that yummyness and save a couple trees while you're at it by forgoing the napkins all together - it's so much more fun that way anyway! The following recipe is more of a method then an actual recipe. Add as much chocolate or marshmallows as your heart desires. The most important thing is that you have fun and get messy! Eat, be fat an merry, and enjoy every bite of it :D
S'MORES COOKIE RECIPE
Adapted from Savory Sweet Life
1 box of Honey-Maid Graham Crackers
1 Hershey's Symphony Almonds and Toffee Chocolate Bar*
1 bag of large marshmallows
Pre-heat oven on Broil (High heat) with baking rack 2 notches down from the top. Line a cookie sheet with as many graham crackers as you'd like. (These will be the bottom of your s'mores) Place graham crackers side by side in rows without any gaps. Next, spread 2 pieces of chocolate on top of graham crackers and top with a marshmallow.
Place the cookie sheet in the oven with the door slightly cracked. Broil for approximately 5-10 minutes carefully watching them so they don’t burn. Remove the cookie sheet from the oven when the marshmallows are golden brown and the chocolate has melted. Remove from oven and top with graham crackers and line them exactly with the bottom crackers and press each one down gently. Eat and enjoy.
*You can also use chocolate chips instead of the chocolate bars if you wish