Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Frozen S'mores Bars

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We have a wood burning fire place in our home and it's a hit or miss if we can light it in the colder months.  One of our favorite things to do is make s'mores in our fireplace and some evenings it's just not cold enough to make a fire.  So what's our new backup plan?  Frozen S'mores Bars!  YUM!

-Graham Crackers (1 box) - using 16 sheets of crackers (2/3 box)
-Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme (7oz)
-Hershey Bars (6 full sized bars) -using as needed


graham cracker + marshmallow fluff
-line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.  place graham crackers pretty side down.
-use a small spatula or knife to smear the marshmallow fluff onto the backside of the graham cracker.
-place a graham cracker pretty side up on top of the marshmallow fluff to make the sandwich.
-place in the freezer for 20 minutes.

-using a double broiler or if you don't have a double broiler you can use a medium sauce pan, place a semi-deep strainer inside of the medium sauce pan and place a small sauce pan inside of that.
-melt hershey bars (melt only 2 or 3 bars at first, add chocolate as needed)
-take cookie sheet with graham crackers out of the freezer
-dip half of the graham cracker cookies in the chocolate
-once you are done dipping all of the graham crackers in the chocolate place back in the freezer on the cookie sheet.
-freeze until chocolate is hardened, place in a container to keep frozen.


  1. Sheer genius!! My kiddies love S'mores, could have them all the time if I let them but I have never thought of freezing them!

  2. I secretly ate the entire stash last night while you were asleep… hope you’re not mad haha.

  3. looks so yummy!! must try it!! I have a giveaway on my blog and I would love to invite you to join! one big kiss!!


  4. Mmmmmmmm!!! This is so perfect for the winter when I'm dreaming of summer days!!

  5. I saw this the other night and made a smore on my stove haha


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