Frozen Smores Recipe — A classic summer treat made with only three ingredients, and no campfire required! The best of both desserts!
*This recipe was originally posted in July 2013, but has since been updated.
If s’mores don’t happen at least once, did summer even happen, bro?
Not in my books. Not to brag or anything, but I am a master at s’mores making. It’s taken time, patience, and a lot of practice, but it’s been an amazing journey. Thanks to everyone who ate my crappy s’mores in the process, but it was SO worth it.
But if I’m not available for your s’mores making needs, these are the next best thing. Living in a 2nd floor apartment, campfires aren’t exactly an easy task. So of course, I took things in the completely opposite direction.
Turns out, I’ve still got it when it comes to a s’mores recipe. I made these one Fourth of July for a family cookout, and it wasn’t until I long left the party, that I found out these were the shit.
Whenever I talk about this little blog of mine, my cousin always mentions these frozen s’mores. This one’s for you Michele 😉
Maybe it’s a New England thing that keeps a soft spot in my heart for Marshmallow Fluff, but it is pure nostalgia for me. The texture of it frozen is almost taffy-like, and reminds me of when my brothers and I would freeze our Charleston Chews before
pulling out our teeth eating them. How many have had a fluffernutter sandwich? Or even know what the hell I’m talking about? Let’s change that.
- Don’t forget to freeze these after you add the marshmallow. If you do, they will be far too messy to dip into the chocolate. Just trust me on this one.
- If you want to make these even easier, you can spread the chocolate on one of the graham crackers before forming into a sandwich and freezing. These just look prettier.
- If your chocolate is getting too sticky, you can add a small drop of olive oil to thin it out. AVOID water coming into contact with the chocolate, or it will turn into a sticky, lumpy mess. No good.
- Using a parchment-lined baking sheet or silicon mat makes these the easiest to separate once frozen.
- 12 sheets honey graham crackers, broken in two (24 squares all together)
- 1 1/2 cups marshmallow fluff
- 1 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- On a parchment paper-lined baking sheet, lay out graham cracker squares.
- Top half of them with 2 tablespoons each of marshmallow fluff.
- Add the other half of graham cracker squares on top to form a sandwich.
- Freeze for 15-30 minutes.
- In a microwave-safe bowl, add chocolate chips.
- Microwave on high for 30 seconds at a time, until fully melted, stirring at each interval.
- Remove squares from freezer, and dip half in chocolate to coat.
- Add back to parchment-lined baking sheet, and freeze until ready to serve, or chocolate is solid.
- Keep frozen until ready to serve.
- Category: Dessert
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