S’mores Bars

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One of my favorite parts of summer is sitting by a roaring fire outside as the sun sets and disappears behind the mountains.  Maybe it’s the peepers and crickets chirping…or the cozy feeling of the warm fire and soft blanket around my shoulders.  Maybe it’s the conversation and storytelling?  Or, maybe….it’s the marshmallows! 

Yep, I’m pretty sure it’s the marshmallows.  Ooey and gooey and sticky.  Now, that’s what I’m talkin’ about!  And, where you have marshmallows, you have s’mores (at least at my house)!    The perfect end to perfect summer nights. 

When I StumbledUpon this recipe for S’mores Bars, I knew I had to try it!  But, could this treat live up to the original?

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Short of roasting the marshmallows yourself, these are the closest thing you can get to an actual s’more!  They are so incredibly good! 

Now, I can have s’mores whenever I want them…even in February! Imagine that!!

And, they are extremely easy to whip up (just like real s’mores!).  I have two caution warnings though…

1.  They are super rich!  Rich, but oh, so good!

2.  Do not…I repeat…DO NOT walk away from the broiler while you the bars are under there.  Things can go terribly awry VERY quickly.  Seriously, do not turn away.  It only takes a few seconds to get turn those marshmallows into a beautiful golden brown.  So, stay put.  Got it?  Good!  

Now, please pardon me while I devour one of these little treasures!  I highly suggest you give this recipe a try!   Sorry, I don’t mean to be bossy…but you’ll thank me later.


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29 thoughts on “S’mores Bars”

  1. perfect for those summer nights when you want smores, but don’t want a big ol warm fire in the house! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!


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