S’mores Cookies

S’mores, a classic campfire treat gets a serious face life, thanks to my fabulous sister’s imagination.  One night at home, with limited supplies and a craving for something delicious, my sister, Amanda concocted this delicious, life changing dessert.  And now, in my family, the rest is seemingly history.  These cookies are really simple to make, but will impress anyone you share them with (my friends LOVE them!)

You can make these as simple or complicated as you would like.  Homemade graham crackers and cookie dough add a more home-cooked element to this dish, but short cuts work just fine.  Costco sells gigantic tubs of Nestle Tollhouse cookie dough, which is an easy delicious short cut.  Nabsico graham crackers (with no additional flavoring) work for the graham elements, as well.

To create these delicious treats, preheat the oven to 350°.  In the meantime, line a tray with tin foil and then place the individual graham cracker cookies (in the size of a square).  Next, take a small ice cream scoop and roll the cookie dough into a ball.  Make a little hole with your thumb.  Place 4 mini marshmallows into the hole.  Take the cookie dough and cover the marshmallows as much as possible without ruining the shape.  Place the cookie dough onto the individual graham cracker with the marshmallow open side facing down (this detail is very important, since you don’t want the marshmallows to burn.  Repeat this step until each individual graham cracker has cookie dough with marshmallow.

Place the tray in the oven for about 5 minutes, until the dough starts to cook.  Then remove the tray, and add one square of Hersey’s milk chocolate in the middle of each cookie.  Place back into the oven for another 7-10 minutes until the cookie is cooked all the way through.  Allow to cool slightly, then enjoy!

Homemade s’mores with less of the mess and in the comfort of your own home.



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