Yield: Yields 18 cookies
The promise of s’mores is reason enough to pitch a tent, get a good fire going, and endure those pesky mosquitoes. But you don’t need to set up camp to enjoy this gooey, chocolaty favorite. These treats are the perfect dessert for anytime you’re cooking out.
This recipe is excerpted from Desserts 4 Today.
Read the post, Happy S’mores Day to get a recipe for homemade graham crackers along with more recipes inspired by classic s’mores.
In place of the graham cracker crumbs, switch in 1 cup of gingersnap cookie crumbs.
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We love these, I found cutting them frustrating so I did them in mini muffin cups, removed the graham cracker crust to a cookie sheet and just put a half marshmallow on each. Worked out great! sent them in cute cupcake cups for end of school treats!
Oh wow, I was only looking for something easy for gluten free friends but this was way beyond good. I used gluten free gingersnaps which are easy to find these days. Double the crust and the chocolate and use a 9 X 13 pan - this makes them a tad thicker which I liked. (Most gingersnaps need a bit less butter than graham crackers or you get a greasy crust.) A bag of those newfangled flat marshmallows will perfectly fit the 9X13 as long as you don't munch any while you are assembling plus you don't have to mess with cutting the sticky things.
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