Recipe of the Day: S’more Brownies

by in Recipes, May 18th, 2011

chocolate brownie smores
This is not your average brownie and yes, you can start drooling now.

A crust of butter, sugar and graham cracker is pressed evenly over the bottom of the pan than baked to golden perfection. Next, a thick, fudgy brownie batter gets poured on top and baked just until a toothpick comes out mostly clean. At that point, large marshmallows are added to the top of the dessert and put under the broiler under slightly melted.

Three different layers form three scrumptious textures.

Tip: While dinner is cooking, bake these showstoppers. By the time you’ve finished eating and washed the dishes, these brownies will have cooled down and be ready to eat.

Get the recipe: S’more Brownies

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Comments (5)

  1. What an amazing idea. My children can't get enough of both brownies and smores. You put them together! Now we just have to figure out a way to pack them and eat it by the campfire.

    Keep up the great ideas.

  2. Anonymous says:

    these are AMAZING!!! i've made them once before and they were incredible–definitely the hit of the party!

  3. Clay says:

    "than baked to golden perfection"

    Maybe you should hire someone to proofread your recipes.

    • Dana says:

      ugh, really? Get over yourself. Mistakes happen. I want to read everything you've ever wrote and see if you're always 100% accurate.

  4. Alsteve says:

    This recipe sounds like it would be yummy! My kids will go nuts for these brownies :) Thanks for posting.

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