Graham Cracker S’Mores Bars

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Today’s guest post is from Natalie at Life {Made} Simple.  I wish I could tell you how delicious these bars are, but I’m planning on making them for the first time on the 4th of July.  I’m sure they’re going to be a big hit with my family!
 

        
 

 
I came across this recipe one afternoon and immediately knew I had to make it. Something about baked s’mores just intrigued me. Also s’mores bring back a lot of good memories for me… like bonfires in the canyon with roommates and friends. So I made a few alterations to the original recipe and voilà! They’re kind of amazing little things. When I was scooping the dough onto the graham crackers, I just wanted to eat a handful of it, and when they were baking it made our entire house smell hea-ven-ly. The process does require a little bit of time and certainly more work than standard cookie bars do, but I think you’ll agree that the results are well worth it!

~Natalie
 

 

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Comments

  1. 6

    says

    I’m glad that I stumbled across this recipe. I am making these for my boys birthday party this weekend…..although, I plan on making them the night before, so I don’t know how many will actually be left for the party.

  2. 8

    Chris says

    I haven’t tried them yet…they do look great! But, what do you mean about filling in the gaps? Looks like there are a lot of areas to fill in.

    • 8.1

      Jane says

      Chris,
      I think she means…fill in the gaps where there’s no dough on the crackers so all of your dough and marshmallows gets used up.

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