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Thursday, July 25, 2019

S'Mores Casserole

When I was in college one of my organizations was supposed to have a camping trip but something went wrong and we ended up having a house party. We still had all of our camping supplies, including s'mores materials. But the house didn't have a gas grill or a fire-pit so we decided to throw the s'mores material and the s'mores casserole was created - xoxo darling, Hayden.

S'Mores Casserole Recipe 

You'll Need: 

- 2 sleeves of graham crackers
- 1 bag of marshmallows
- 2 chocolate bars
- 1 deep cookie pan or glass pan
- parchment paper


1. Cut your parchment paper to size on your pan.
2. Spray non-stick spray on your tray and put your parchment paper down.
3. Lay your graham crackers on the pan, I like to use the whole ones as the base so the casserole stays together more.
4. Break your chocolate bars into pieces then lay them on the graham crackers. Put them in between the cracks so that the casserole molds together better.
5. Put marshmallows all over the chocolate and graham crackers, they will melt together to give you that nice casserole feel.
6. Stick the pan in the oven on broil for about one/two minutes.
7. Pull them out and press graham crackers to the top. It doesn't have to look perfect (see my photo below), you're just trying to create a crust.
8. Eat immediately. 


-Watch your broil, it can burn super quickly.
-I like my marshmallows burnt so I leave them in for almost two minutes, it gives them that nice bonfire taste without needing the bonfire. 

1 comment:

  1. This looks SO tasty. And how clever to put it in a casserole! Love this idea for summer.