September 23, 2010

S'more Brownies = YUM!

Last week I posted a picture of these brownies and promised the recipe. Pull out your apron and turn up the music. These are so easy you'll be dancing around the kitchen.
Make SURE you get the family size brownies. (The back of the box usually calls for 2 eggs)
Mix the brownies according to the package. Pour 2/3 of the batter into a 10x7 dish.
Layer graham crackers over the batter. Then 6 full size Hersey bars (or a whole bunch of snack size when that's what is on sale). Then add a layer of marshmallows.
Spread the remaining batter over the marshmallows.
Is your mouth watering looking at that deliciousness? Me too! Bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes. Any marshmallows that are not covered in batter will brown... but that's what makes it like a true campfire s'more!
Enjoy!

12 comments:

Janet said...

Wow! The pictures alone have my mouth wide open! That is SOME recipe! Thank you!

Carolina City Girl said...

oh my goodness. i am so excited about these! thanks for sharing :)

Tracey said...

Just gained 5 pounds...

These look delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Joy for the Seasons said...

I feel the need to go buy some Spanks. ;o) I cannot wait to give that recipe a try!

kimberly said...

Oh may God Bless YOU!!! I'm so in need of good comfort food today....Yea!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

NU-UH!!

- tz

Anonymous said...

I heart you for this one! :) E

Anonymous said...

well, i heart you for a lot of reasons, but this is just one of them :) e

Bugs and Sunshine said...

Oh Martha these look divine!

When I bust this out at Bible Study it's gonna be a good night!

Nichole @ The Pumpkin Seed said...

Those look sooo good! I'm going to have to add this one to my recipes!! Thanks :o)

Kellie said...

I just gained weight looking at this. Thanks, Girl... lol :) YUMMO!

Dinglefest said...

Oh. My.

I am making these this week. For sure. They look so decadent and almost shout "it's autumn!" I can almost smell the campfire.

(Oh, and I've never commented, but we go to the same church and have several friends in common. So instead of just lurking, I'll say, "Hi, I'm Shannon. Nice to meet you!" Even though I met you via blogland a while ago. :))