The taste of S'mores brings back a lot of memories...
I used to visit my brother's all the time... We would all watch UFC, play video games, eat BIG dinners, and play texas holdem. Those were the Saturday nights I will never forget.
At the time there were "S'mores" candy bars. My brother used to buy them by the case, along with many other treats, to keep at his well stocked house. (He had the "House of Food" lol. ) I tried a S'mores candy bar at his house and I was HOOKED. It was soooo delicious, I could've ate the whole box at once.
Sooo... the s'mores candy bar was added to my "list to do" while visiting at my brother's. I would grab a s'mores when I arrived and lounge on his chaise. MMMMMMM YUMMY!
When S'mores wasn't being made any more I was devastated. I LOVED THOSE CANDY BARS but I had to move on...
MANY Years later, when I started playing with chocolates, hard candies and baked goodies, I decided to make my own S'mores treat. I have two variations of this snack but today I am sharing my "Cut-Out Treats." >Stay Tuned for the Candy Bar Balls<
STEP 1: Crush your graham crackers, set aside.
STEP 2: Butter a 9x13 inch pan
STEP 3: Melt butter and marshmallows and a 1/4 cup of chocolate together.
STEP 4: Quickly fold in 1/2 of your crushed graham crackers from STEP 1. Once fully incorporated fold in the rest.
STEP 5: Press mixture into your buttered pan from STEP 2. Refridgerate for approximately 15 minutes.
STEP 6: Butter your cookie cutter well and "cookie cut" your chilled sheet of s'more treats.
STEP 7: Drizzle chocolate on your treats!
STEP 8: Enjoy!
*I recommend large metal cookie cutters with a silicone top.
*If you don't want to cookie cut them you can just cut them in bars.
*If you melt in a microwave, always do 30 second intervals to prevent your ingredients from burning or seizing.
*When heating chocolate - the dish and microwave must be 100% moisture free or the chocolate will seize.
Drizzling chocolate on your treats is much easier than you think.
Here are some of my cut-outs. Aren't they soo cute?!?! Let me tell you... they also taste AMAZING! Soooo... Let's get to the good stuff! Here's how you can make your own:
First put your treats on a shallow cooling rack over a sheet of wax paper. This keeps them elevated so you do not have pooled chocolate at the bottom edges (keeping a professional appearance) and the wax paper keeps your counter clean.
Next, melt your chocolate. You can purchase a candy squeeze bottle for your chocolate or just use a spoon, I prefer the bottle - it's easier.
Now drizzle, draw or swirl away!
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