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I grew up on the East Coast but have been living out West for the past 12 years. Even though we visit family at least once a year, I always forget how hot and humid their summers are. That is until I turn into the inspiration of Edvard Munch’s painting- a sweaty version of it.
The kids and I are out East right now spending time with my family in CT. Even though it can get a little (aka a lot) rowdy and the kids seem to overtake the adults- we are family and we manage to enjoy our time together. While dinner may be chaotic with 4 kids 6 and under, dessert brings us back together. And s’mores don’t just have to be used for campouts- any night can be s’mores night.
Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows (cut in half)
Honey Maid Graham Cracker Squares (crushed)
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bars (cut in half)
Brownie Bites- I used a sea salt brownie for that sweet/salty taste (already made and can be found in the bakery section of a grocery store)
1. Cut marshmallows in half that way they don’t overflow and overtake the brownie.
2. Break each individual chocolate piece in half.
3. Crush graham crackers either by using your hands or a blender/food processor,
4. Preheat broiler to 400 degrees (somewhere in between Med-High for most convection ovens).
5. Once ingredients have been prepared, place brownie bites on a foiled baking sheet. Then add the marshmallows on top.
6. Broil for up to 2.5 minutes and remove baking sheet and turn off broiler. Place chocolate pieces on top of marshmallow and place back in oven for about 30 seconds. The heat will melt the chocolate.
7. Once chocolate is melted, spread it with a knife and sprinkle graham crackers over the chocolate.
And boom, you are done! These are pretty rich in flavor so the bite-size aspect is perfect for dessert. And no matter what night it is, these are quick and easy to prepare. They don’t look too shabby either, right?!
You can find all the ingredients for s’mores conveniently located in a display case at the front of the grocery section of Walmart.