How to make a dip that includes all the goodness of S'mores. The dip is easy to make and is perfect for those of you who enjoy S'mores.

Materials you will need:

-1 Cup Chocolate chips
-2 Cups Marshmallows
-2 Tablespoons Milk
-Graham crackers
-1 cup measuring cup
-1 tablespoon measuring spoon
-Oven-safe dish

Step 1: Melt the Chips

Measure out one cup of your chocolate chips and place them in a saucepan. Melt the chips over medium heat while stirring.

Step 2: Add the Milk

Add two tablespoons of milk to the saucepan, and stir the milk into the chocolate. Also, preheat your oven to broil.

Step 3: Melt the Marshmallows

Once the chips are melted add one cup of marshmallows to the saucepan. Melt the marshmallows into the melted chocolate while stirring.

Step 4: Move to Oven-safe Dish

When the marshmallow and chocolate mixture is runny, pour the mixture into a small oven-safe dish

Step 5: Add More Marshmallows

Spread one cup of fresh marshmallows on top of the chocolate mixture.

Step 6: Brown the Marshmallows

Place the dish into the oven for about three minutes or until the marshmallows are golden-brown. While the dish is in the oven break the graham crackers into dippable pieces.

Step 7: Dip and Enjoy

Remove dish from oven and let the dish cool to a safe temperature. Pick up a graham cracker piece, dip it into the marshmallow and chocolate, and enjoy.
<p>We did this by chance over the fire pit while we were making regular smores. We had a lot of leftover chocolate and melted in the rest of the marshmallows. It was amazing! ^.^</p>
<p>This is awesome! I just favorited this project :D</p>
<p>Congrat super</p>
I went to add some garlic to keep the chocolate warm
I just made this it was good I would use chocolate wafers like one would use for truffles instead of the chocolate chips they are a little too rich must eat right away or it will harden
Can't wait to try this!
<p>I would think the chocolate part might work better if you made it as a ganache. It's a bit more work, but it will stay softer longer, and at cooler temperatures so you don't have to worry about it hardening before people can eat it.</p>
<p>I am making this today and if you eat it once in a blue moon you wont get diabetes dumb comment</p>
<p>I had just mad this, I thought it would be a good thing to do while I'm home and bored, but when I finished it, I let it cool, and it hardened, the marshmallows are all gooey and delicious but the chocolate mixture underneath is as hard as a rock, I don't know what I did wrong, but I'm gonna keep trying until I get it right.</p>
<p>eat it right away</p>
<p>I made this for my Granddaughter on her 13th B-day at her request, they loved it as the sugar hi was just what a teen girl is into, they had a great time! Unless you have a better dishwasher than I do ( I'm the dishwasher ) I think it better to limit the cleanup and go with the old smores unless your a big smore fan!! Seeing the Granddaughter happy &quot;priceless&quot;</p>
Leave the thing in the oven for about 30 seconds, any more than that and you'll probably burn the top of it. Otherwise it's very yummy. Don't be alarmed if your chocolate chips turn a different colour when you add the milk.
<p>I've made this recipe several times already and it's a huge hit at parties, especially with teens and tweens.</p>
<blockquote>I'm making it this weekend, looking forward to it:)<br><br>great steps by thw way very easy to follow.</blockquote>
<p>I did make this look for my comment about it futher up</p>
<p>**I'll be as positive and<br>nice as I can**</p><p>I was so excited to make<br>this dish but I don't think I will again. I made this and I don't know what<br>went wrong. I made this twice and both times something was off. </p><p>The first time I made it<br>I used Hersey Bars (which might have been my problem) I just felt that Hersey's<br>would taste better and be more like a s'more. That didn't work and that was<br>completely my fault but I also don't think there was enough milk in it, because<br>it was very thick and all just clumped together. Also I think that broiling the<br>dish is too much because of the high heat, it just turns the chocolate into taffy<br>like candy that doesn't taste good.</p><p>The second time I made it<br>(about 5 minutes after the first time) it was better but still I didn't really<br>like it. This time I did use chocolate chips and I added more milk than what<br>was called for. Again I did broil the dish but still I did under 3 minutes and<br>the marshmallows were almost burnt.(I think that baking would be better because<br>it's not as hot) Once it was done and I tried it, it tasted too rich from the<br>chocolate chips (that's why I liked the idea of Hersey's instead) also by<br>adding more milk it helped thin out the dish making it more easier to dip and<br>tastier.</p><p>Overall this recipe is<br>ok, it has all the right ingredients but I just don't think the right amounts.<br>With a few alterations I think this recipe could be good but I don't know if I<br>would personally make it again. But give it a try if you are really looking<br>forward to making this just keep in mind that it might not go the way you<br>planned.</p>
<p>ooh that looks good. I might need to try this :)</p>
YUM!!! Great post!
feels so soft and yummy.
good one
Oh that sounds wonderful! So simple :)

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