Recipe by BAKER'S Chocolate
"The beloved childhood flavor of s'mores in a brownie! A rich chocolate brownie fills a graham cracker crust, then is baked with a topping of mini marshmallows and chunks of chocolate."
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HONEY MAID Honey Grahams, broken in half, divided
butter or margarine
BAKER'S Unsweetened Chocolate
2 1/2 cups
JET-PUFFED Miniature Marshmallows
BAKER'S Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chunks
this recipe was excellent as written. i baked it at 325 for 36 minutes, then after putting the marshmellows and chocolate on top, i put it back in for 5 minutes. then i sprinkled the graham cracker crumbs on top and let it cool completely. it was so delicious!
This delicious gooey mess was truly delicious....but IMPOSSIBLE to cut! Yes, yummy but only before you started cutting....cutting through stretchy, sticky marshmallow? Didn't seem to matter what I used, it all smooshed and stretched apart. But it was good to eat! (Just LOOKED a mess!)
I gave this recipe 5 stars because this is, without the s'more portion, my favorite brownie recipe that I make all the time. A few comments about the brownie: 1. if you are out of unsweetened squares, you can substitute 3/4 c cocoa powder and 3 TB of oil, which I did, 2. the graham cracker total would equate to 2/3 of a box, with 1/3+ used for the crust. Mine aligned perfectly that there was no overlapping required. 3. I could not see the temperature on this for baking, but it should read 375. 4. if you do not have mini marshmallows on hand, tearing a large ones into quarters works just as well. 5. I used probably 2 cups (or more) of chocolate chips for my pan, based solely on appearance. I like ths recipe because of the graham crust it provided for a bit of stablization. try it, it is perfect!
The only thing is timing it just right for the marshmellows is a little to much to worry with. They are good, but mixes are just as good, and a lot easier.
Loved this recipe. The only thing I did differently was stick them under the broiler after adding the marshmellows so they would be toasted... YUM!
These are delicious - but they definately do not look lie the picture. I used a simple brownie recipe from the website, and used a spactula to spread the marshmellows once melted. I cooked everything at 325 and watched carefully. The tip to put buttered tin foil in the bottom was brillant - will use it for every recipe!
These are such a hit every time I make them. So delicious!
I made these using a box mix and followed the recipe for cake like brownies. I chose "cake like" brownies so that these wouldn't be a gooey mess and would have a little more substance to them. These looked fun and impressive, but what a nightmare to cut up. The topping wants to seperate from the brownie layer. A warm knife only made it worse. I chilled them for awhile which, seemed to improve the task. I like how there is a layer of graham cracker on the bottom also. That is why I chose this recipe over the other s'more brownie recipe. I guess I'm not a s'more fan because these just seemed like a sticky sweet mess to me. Just like smores. Brownie flavor didn't really come through. I used dark chocolate chips instead of the chunks. Took these to a bbq, but left before they were served so I never got any feedback.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 121
** Calories from Fat: 42
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