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S'mores are awesome! Delicious gooey marshmallows, smashed between two tasty graham crackers with a slab of chocolate! What's not to love! I've been wanting to make a bar version of them for a while, and finally decided how I wanted to do it. It is really the ooey gooey, delicious, melted marshmallow that makes it awesome!

Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients:
  • Brownie Mix (store bought or homemade) + any ingredients needed here (eggs, oil, etc)
  • Graham Crackers
  • Butter
  • Sugar
  • Marshmallows
  • Chocolate Chips

Broken up by Layer:
  • Layer 1
    • 1 Sleeve of Graham Crackers
    • 6 Tbs Melted Butter
    • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • Layer 2
    • Brownie Mix (store bought or homemade)
  • Layer 3
    • Overflowing 2 cups of Marshmallows
  • Layer 4
    • Handful of Marshmallows
    • Handful of Chocolate Chips
    • Handful of Graham Cracker Crumbs

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Step 2: Crust

Update:  As Boygasmo pointed out and I didn't really think about, this crust isn't very thick, if you want a ticker crust, double this recipe.

For the base of my dessert, I just used a Graham Cracker Crust.

  • 1 Sleeve of Graham Crackers
  • 6 Tbs Melted Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar

Mix together your ingredients and spread it on the bottom of your pan. I used a piece of wax paper to smash it down flat.

Bake at 350 degrees for about 12 minutes.

Step 3: Brownie

As your crust is baking, mix up your brownie batter.

Once your crust is baked, adjust your oven temp if you need to and pour the brownie batter on top of the crust. Bake according to your brownie mix and make sure to check on it.

Once it is done, turn the oven on broil and move to the next step.

Step 4: Marshmallow Topping

Marshmallow time!

I wanted this little treat to stand out. So I took an overflowing 2 cups of marshmallows and melted them on half power in the microwave until they looked all melty without overflowing and making a mess.

Carefully spread this on your brownies. If you are doing this when they are fresh baked, you will need to be careful. I tried to glob and carefully spread it. Don't tear it apart! It doesn't have to be perfect, just cover what you can.  Melt more marhsmallows if you need to.

Now you can move on or go right to broil!

Step 5: That Little Something Extra...

You have to take it that extra step towards awesome.

  • Handful of Marshmallows
  • Handful of Chocolate Chips
  • Handful of Graham Cracker Crumbs

Take your extra marshmallows, chocolate chips, and some extra smashed graham crackers and sprinkle those over the marshmallow layer you just put on.

Once it is ready, stick it in the oven that is on broil. Keep an eye on it! Go until they get brown on top. I think it took me maybe a minute and a half, so don't you dare walk away from it or you'll have a mess on your hands!

Step 6: Serve It Up!

Here are a few more of the 100+ pictures I took of my finished bars :P
<p>OMG food is B&AElig;??</p>
<p>They look sooooo super super yummy. I'm going to make these next time my friends come over. They will be devoured!</p>
It looks delicious!
<p>It was so good! I ate so many!</p>
<p>I'll have to try them sometime :)</p>
Looks very good I love s'mores:)
<p>Aren't they the best!</p>
YUM! My son would LOVE THIS too much! :))) He is obsessed with marshmallows and smores!
<p>It was so good! And you can add as many marshmallows as you want!</p>
I am definitely going to try this today later on
I hope you do!
I made these! Hopefully they turn out as good as they look!!!!
Yum! Did you love them!
these look awesome! on my to do list. and you have my vote
YAY! I hope you get a chance to make them and LOVE THEM!
Made them today. To bad I don't have a broiler option but it came out great. I also did not have the right size pan so I used what I had.
Yay you made them! You just gotta make it work for you :) I think you can just crank the oven up all the way too to broil it. All you really want to do is toast the marshmallows if you can :) Did you enjoy them!!!
Yes my family and I enjoyed it very much. I tried posting pictures but it wouldn't work. <br> <br>Lets see if it works this time
Looks awesome! You can always double the crust recipe too for a thicker crust. I think mine wasn't very thick either, but I was all about the brownie and marshmallow!
Its a girl thing I guess. I wanted more cinnamon taste to it but it just tasted like thick brownie with marshmellow. Maybe we could add a bit more powder cinnamon to it? Thats an idea we could entertain. ^_^
Girl thing? Food is an everybody things :) But cinnamon is always good as far as I'm concerned.
Chocolate is! Lol. Im a guy!
The only pan I had was this, I think its slightly larger, so the graham cracker crust was thin. Someone suggested to use cast iron.
Made them! thanks for putting the instructions up. Probably will make this for Christmas Eve
Yay! No one ever seems to make the things I make! I'm glad you gave it a try and, hopefully, enjoyed it!
Those look tasty, I want to eat my monitor!
this does look good but that doesn't sound like a good idea (eating a monitor)
But have you tried it?
eating the monitor or the s'more brownie bars? no to both
I meant the monitor, but I think you should try the bars before trying a monitor :)
ok I will try to make these when I have a chance
eating the monitor or the s'more brownie bars? no to both
LOL

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