Happy Monday, everyone. I hope you all had a fabulous weekend. Mine was great. I mentioned in the Sheet Pan Shrimp Boil post, that we’d be spending the day Saturday by the pool with good friends and our pups. We we’re all set and excited for the day, and then the hubby woke up Saturday morning with a nasty summer cold. Seems to be going around, hopefully it doesn’t come for me next. I spent a lot of time this weekend lysoling every surface and stuffing my face with vitamins as a precautionary measure. So far so good! Anyways, on the blog today is a sweet treat to lighten those Monday Blues.
I hinted at sharing this recipe in the Mexican Tostada Bowls post, and I have been dying to share it with you ever since! I am over the moon how these s’mores bars turned out, and had a blast making them. . I have to admit, baking totally intimidates me. Cooking dinner is easy for me, and is mostly instinctual. However baking is a science, and well, science was never really my thing in school. I always find a way to make a dinner taste good, but I’ve definitely had a few too many baking fails in my day. Practice makes perfect though, right? I decided to give this recipe a go, and I didn’t feel intimidated at all. It’s a very straight forward recipe, with delicious results. So from here on out, anytime I get asked to bring a dessert, expect that i’ll be bringing these. And here’s why. Check out the easy steps on how to prepare these tasty treats below.
Here’s are all the ingredients you will need
Combine flour, graham cracker crumbs, and butter.
Evenly layer crust in a 9X9 pan, pressing down firmly
Add layer of marshmallow
Add layer of chocolate chips
Pretty simple right? Knowing I’ll be making this again (very soon), there is one thing I will do differently the second time around. This is totally optional, but I am definitely going to double the crust part of the recipe. I am crust kind of girl, and with the amount of marshmallows and chocolate on top, I feel like that ratio needs to be more 50/50 and not 30/70. I’ve made a note of this in the recipe, so keep an eye out for that. Again, this totally optional and based on your preference.
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Quote of the Day: “Everyone is kneaded out of the same dough but not baked in the same oven.” –Yiddish Proverb