Taste Of Home Smores Bars

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Taste Of Home Smores Bars

“YUM! I am a s’mores lover, so I had to give this a try. I have a different recipe for smores bars in which you cook semi sweet chocolate with corn syrup, vanilla etc, but this is closer to a “real” S’more. I may try to mix chopped chocolate bars into it rather than just drizzling on top next time just to see if it works.”

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

Cooking Directions In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in egg and vanilla. Combine the flour, cracker crumbs, baking powder and salt; gradually add to creamed mixture. Set aside 1/2 cup for topping. Press remaining mixture into a greased 9-in. square baking pan. Place candy bars over crust; spread with marshmallow creme. Crumble remaining graham cracker mixture over top. Bake at 350 degrees F for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Cool on a wire rack. Cut into bars. Store in an airtight container. Yield: 1-1/2 dozen. Recipe courtesy Taste of Home. Click here for more crowd-pleasing July 4th desserts from Taste of Home.

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

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MY REVIEW Erinbaker3 User ID: 7499792 78244 Reviewed Nov. 22, 2013 “My friend's mom makes the absolute best s'mores bars. Everytime she makes them, everyone is always drooling and wanting more. I have never been able to find a recipe that truly matches hers, but this one does. I absolutely love making these bars- they are easy and absolutely delicious. They taste especially good right after they come out of the oven. I didn't add the peanuts into the mix because I don't lie nuts, but it still tatsed amazing without them.”

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

Erinbaker3 User ID: 7499792 78244 Reviewed Nov. 22, 2013 “My friend's mom makes the absolute best s'mores bars. Everytime she makes them, everyone is always drooling and wanting more. I have never been able to find a recipe that truly matches hers, but this one does. I absolutely love making these bars- they are easy and absolutely delicious. They taste especially good right after they come out of the oven. I didn't add the peanuts into the mix because I don't lie nuts, but it still tatsed amazing without them.”

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

“My friend's mom makes the absolute best s'mores bars. Everytime she makes them, everyone is always drooling and wanting more. I have never been able to find a recipe that truly matches hers, but this one does. I absolutely love making these bars- they are easy and absolutely delicious. They taste especially good right after they come out of the oven. I didn't add the peanuts into the mix because I don't lie nuts, but it still tatsed amazing without them.”

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

Once school starts, it can be hard for kids to let go of summer. But these rich, gooey, great-tasting bars will bring back sweet campfire memories—and smiles—whether they’re served for dessert or as an after-school snack. —Lisa DiPrima, Wilton, New Hampshire Taste of Home

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

For frosting, in a small bowl, beat butter and confectioners’ sugar until smooth. Beat in marshmallow creme on low speed just until blended. Spread over bars. Sprinkle crushed Girl Scout Thanks-A-Lot® cookies over frosting. Cut into bars. Break each candy bar into 12 pieces; place a piece on each bar. Yield: 2 dozen.

Taste Of Home Smores Bars

S’more Bars Once school starts, it can be hard for kids to let go of summer. But these rich, gooey, great-tasting bars will bring back sweet campfire memories—and smiles—whether they’re served for dessert or as an after-school snack. —Lisa DiPrima, Wilton, New Hampshire Get Recipe

Chocolaty S’mores Bars One night, my husband had some friends over to play poker and he requested these s’mores bars. They polished off the pan and asked for more! I shared the recipe,and now their families make them, too. —Rebecca Shipp, Beebe, Arkansas Get Recipe

S’mores aren’t just for summertime fun! Any day is the perfect day to celebrate all the gooey, heart-warming, smile-inducing deliciousness of everyone’s campfire favorite—s’mores! S’mores hold a very special place in Girl Scout history. The first-known recorded version of a “s’mores” recipe can be found in an official Girl Scout publication from 1927. So cool! The recipe is credited to Loretta Scott Crew, who reportedly made s’mores by the campfire for a group of Girl Scouts. Originally called “some mores,” it is unknown when the name was shortened to “s’mores,” but recipes using the longer name can be found in various Girl Scout publications up through 1971. So let’s head to the kitchen today and take that classic s’mores delight to new heights with Taste of Home’s fun s’mores-inspired recipes that feature our iconic Girl Scout Cookies.

Grab a box—or two, three, or more!—of your favorite Girl Scout Cookies, then try out these easy peasy recipes courtesy of Taste of Home®. You can make your very own Girl Scout Cookie–inspired masterpiece to share with friends and family. Amazingly delicious!

“I reversed the amounts of graham cracker crumbs and flour, and I used brown sugar and dark chocolate bars. I used a slightly larger pan to make the base a little thinner. I did a little test section of cut marshmallows, but we didn’t really like them; the marshmallow cream made a better bar. Yum!”

Once school starts, it can be hard for kids to let go of summer. But these rich, gooey, great-tasting bars will bring back sweet campfire memories—and smiles—whether they’re served for dessert or as an after-school snack. —Lisa DiPrima, Wilton, New Hampshire Featured In: 23 Recipes for Classroom Treats Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

Once school starts, it can be hard for kids to let go of summer. But these rich, gooey, great-tasting bars will bring back sweet campfire memories—and smiles—whether they’re served for dessert or as an after-school snack. —Lisa DiPrima, Wilton, New Hampshire

Not just for summer camping trips, these sweet s’more recipes will have people saying “Gimme some more!” all year long. Find desserts that put a twist on the classic treat, including s’mores-inspired cakes, bars, muffins and more.

DDPLoeches User ID: 1536323 223082 Reviewed Mar. 18, 2015 “I reversed the amounts of graham cracker crumbs and flour, and I used brown sugar and dark chocolate bars. I used a slightly larger pan to make the base a little thinner. I did a little test section of cut marshmallows, but we didn’t really like them; the marshmallow cream made a better bar. Yum!”

One night, my husband had some friends over to play poker and he requested these s’mores bars. They polished off the pan and asked for more! I shared the recipe,and now their families make them, too. —Rebecca Shipp, Beebe, Arkansas Featured In: 19 New Ways to Make S'mores Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

One night, my husband had some friends over to play poker and he requested these s’mores bars. They polished off the pan and asked for more! I shared the recipe,and now their families make them, too. —Rebecca Shipp, Beebe, Arkansas

mdivine User ID: 5806330 252962 Reviewed Aug. 21, 2016 “Very good !!!!My Daughter loves s’mores. So when I saw this I had to make it. I did change one thing , I also topped it with hersey bars and put it under the broiler for a minute to melt the chololate.. My husband and daughter loved it.”

Top with 3/4 cup baking chips, reserving 2 tablespoons; spread to cover. Sprinkle with remaining chopped Do-si-dos®/Peanut Butter Sandwich cookies. Melt reserved baking chips; drizzle over top. When cool, cut into bars. Yield: 3 dozen.

S’more Sandwich Cookies Capture the taste of campfire s’mores in your kitchen. Graham cracker crumbs added to chocolate chip cookie dough bring out the flavor of the fireside favorite. Melting the cookies’ marshmallow centers in the microwave makes them simple to assemble. —Abby Metzger, Larchwood, Iowa Get Recipe

S’mores-Dipped Apples For me, the taste of marshmallow, graham cracker and apple just can’t be beat. Others must think the same thing. Anytime I bring them to a bake sale, they sell out in a flash. —Maria Regakis, Somerville, Massachusetts Get Recipe

“This was good but didn’t taste like s’mores. Next time, I won’t add the chocolate to the butter and marshmallows. Instead , I will sprinkle the chocolate chips over the mixed cereal and marshmallows and top with more marshmallows, ThenI will broil until the marshmallows on top are brown. Much more “S’mores” – like.”

dellicollij User ID: 8185978 250248 Reviewed Jul. 9, 2016 “This was good but didn’t taste like s’mores. Next time, I won’t add the chocolate to the butter and marshmallows. Instead , I will sprinkle the chocolate chips over the mixed cereal and marshmallows and top with more marshmallows, ThenI will broil until the marshmallows on top are brown. Much more “S’mores” – like.”

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