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  • Inside Out S’mores

    This month for the Secret Recipe Club I was given the honor of choosing a recipe from Hoosier Homemade. There are so many wonderful recipes on Liz’s site that it was really difficult to choose just one. Then I saw her recipe for Peanut Butter S’mores.  The S’mores reminded me that I was itching to try Smashing S’mores from How Sweet It Is. What a great way to kill 2 birds with one stone!

    Jessica at How Sweet It Is copied adapted these after Trader Joe’s Smashing S’mores and I stole adapted them from Jessica.

    These are so simple and so yummy! You can make as many or as few as you want so they can be perfect for a quick snack or dessert in a pinch.

    All you need are:

    • marshmallows
    • graham crackers
    • chocolate chips or bar chocolate, melted

    I burnt roasted the marshmallows a little bit first. I like the toasty flavor marshmallows get when roasted a bit. Once roasted let cook completely.

    Melt a small bowl of chocolate to use as the glue to hold everything together.

    Break graham crackers into fours, then cut or snap each plank into squares. Use a small dab of chocolate to glue the squares together. Add one dab on top of the top graham cracker and press the marshmallow on top. Let the stacks sit for 30-60 minutes or until the graham crackers and marshmallows are stuck together.

    Melt more chocolate in a deep glass bowl or mug to make it easy for dipping. Using a thin fork or long pointy tool press it into the top of the marshmallow gently. Dip it in the chocolate and cover as much as you can. I sat my stacks on a fork and drizzled the chocolate over the top. Remove and set on wax paper, leaving until the chocolate is hardened.

    I stored mine in the fridge but they are fine at room temperature too! While the chocolate is still wet you can add sprinkles to the top, some crushed graham crackers or chopped nuts.

    28 Responses

    1. What a cute idea! These would be perfect for a homemade holiday gift! Thanks for sharing for your SRC post 🙂

    2. they look fabulous!

      love smores and love the SRC!

    3. I love smores and this is great. Might be something new to try for my holiday treat goody bags..mmm..

    4. I love those! What a fun twist on s’mores. Can’t wait to try them with my kids!

    5. How fun! Love this idea!

    6. Look delicious and Im hungry!! gloria

    7. Ooooh! These looks so fun and yummy!
      P.S. I love the concept of your blog! What a great idea to dig in and use all of your cookbooks!!

    8. Love love LOVE this idea! Pretty much anything covered in chocolate is okay in my book. I am absolutely gonna give these a try.

    9. Those look better than the real thing to me.

    10. 😮

      You make it sound so easy!! I love S’mores & I can’t wait to try this but can’t imagine it will run as smooth as it sounded.

    11. This is a great treat, it looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing and it is fun cooking with you in the SRC!
      Miz Helen
      Southwest Chicken and Potato Soup

    12. Wow! These look so good and fun to make! Can’t wait to try them :).

    13. What a fun take on s’mores!!!

    14. these sound great 🙂

    15. What a fun idea! I particularly enjoy burnt, er, roasted marshmallows!

    16. My kids would go crazy for these. What a great new way to eat s’mores and such a classic and lovable combinations of flavors. So glad to have you back and sorry it has been such a pain the #@%! I can’t even imagine! 😦

    17. Oh my! Those look so delish. I love me some burnt marshmallows too!

    18. Annie, these look fabulous! These would be wonderful for a 4th of July party…yummy! I still think you need to move into Group C!!!!

    19. Oh my goodness I want one or two of these right now! Gorgeous!

      If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to check out my group “A” SRC recipe this month: Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies.

      Cook Lisa Cook

    20. I have never seen anything like these before. What a cute idea for a picnic or party! I will take this kind of smores over the kind that involves being out with bugs anytime!!

    21. Yum! Looks great! Fun to participate in SRC with you!

    22. love, love, love these! will have to make them with my boys!

      great SRC post!

    23. […] the recipe for Inside Out S’Mores […]

    24. These look AWESOME!

      Thank you for being a part of Secret Recipe Club, I really enjoy this group and being your hostesss. My recipe for this month was Frozen Breakfaast Burritos, even though I made these a few weeks ago for Monday’s post, I just made a second batch today!

      If you haven’t checked them out yet, please stop by!

    25. Great idea! Must have tasted awesome!

    26. How clever! I’m so bookmarking this idea to make soon! Thanks for the great idea, and great to be cooking along with you in SRC!


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