I remember making a S'more treat a long time ago.
I can't find the recipe anywhere.
I remember that when I made this treat, I gave the recipe to my friends.
I remember e-mailing them a couple of years ago to get my recipe back.
I can't remember where I put that recipe!
I was cleaning out the office today and guess what I found!
The recipe that I had made, that I lost, that I got back, that I lost again, and found again!
I'm putting it here -- so hopefully I'll remember next time I want to make this S'more treat!
3 cups graham cracker crumbs
3/4 cup melted butter
1/3 cup sugar
3 cups mini marshmallows
Melt butter, add sugar and graham cracker crumbs; mix well.
Bake at 375 for 10 minutes.
Remove from the over and spray a spatula with Pam and press down on the bars to "smoosh" them together.
Cool and Cut.
If that recipe doesn't interest you, try this S'more Bark that's easy as pie!
6 whole graham crackers
12 oz chocolate chips
graham cracker crumbs
Place graham crackers on a foil lined pan, 2 cracker sheets by 3 cracker sheets (kind of like a rectangle).
Melt the chocolate chips and smear it all over the crackers. It will be thick! You'll kind of have to hold the crackers so they don't scoot all over the pan, which would mess up your rectangle-ish shape!
Stick the marshmallows onto the melted chocolate. Pressing in so they'll stick. Put as much or as little marshmallows as you prefer!
Place in the refrigerator until the chocolate is firm.
Pre-heat the broiler and brown the marshmallows just a tad! (Yes, the chocolate is going to get soft-ish, but not too much and I didn't have any trouble with it running all over the pan!)
Place pan back in the refrigerator until the chocolate is firm again!
It's now ready to break into pieces!
Unless you want to put a few more chocolate chips in a baggie, melting them, snipping off a VERY small corner of the bag and drizzling it all over the top of the marshmallows! Which is exactly what I did -- then I took some graham cracker crumbs and sprinkled that on the chocolate drizzle and the drizzled some more chocolate on the cracker crumbs!
If you do this -- place the pan BACK into the refrigerator and let the chocolate firm up again!
NOW! It's ready to break into pieces!
You can never have too much yum!