Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Recipe: Super Easy Frozen S'mores

Hi friends!  I hope you are doing well.  We are ok.  Avery is getting more teeth.  They just keep coming.  She's pretty miserable.  We've started giving her tylenol at night to help sooth her pain so she can sleep.  Every time one cuts through, she gets the little white blister thing for a new tooth.  I'm hoping she gets a break soon.

Today, I'm sharing a recipe with you that I learned in speech class in 7th grade.  We were all supposed to do demonstration speeches and a girl in my class (I want to say her name is Holly but that was a loooooong time ago so maybe not) made these super yummy cold s'mores.  I've adapted the recipe a little.
Frozen S'mores

1 jar marshmallow fluff
1 sleeve of graham crackers (crushed)
1 cup chocolate chips
1 tsp canola oil

1. Take your graham cracker crumbs and spread them out in a large bowl or plate.
2. Using a cookie scoop (you can use two teaspoons but it's so much harder) scoop marshmallow fluff and drop the scoops into the graham cracker crumbs.  Roll the around until you have the desired amount of graham cracker crumbs covering your fluff scoop (technical term).
3. Place on a WAX PAPER LINED cookie sheet.  For the love of all that's good people, do not skip the wax paper!  You will NEVER get these off your cookie sheet.
4. Melt your chocolate chips in the microwave.  My sure fire way is to put them in for 30 secs then take them out and stir.  Then repeat until you have a nice melted consistency.  Add oil and stir.  (ALTERNATIVE: you can use Magic Shell ice cream topping instead)
5. Drizzle melted chocolate over fluff scoops.
6. Freeze for at least one hour.

When these are solid, you can pick them up and eat them like a cookie.  Originally, she just refrigerated these but I like them frozen solid.  She also bought the pre-crushed graham cracker crumbs but I think you get more for your money if you do it yourself.  She also used the chocolate shell ice cream topping but it tastes artificial to me so I want real chocolate.  They are amazing and slightly messy.  Enjoy!  


  1. We just made traditional smores last night but I might just have to try this recipe...sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  2. OH NO! Poor Avery! I hope all her teeth have come in by now!

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe-- I'm pinning it right now! Can't wait to make these frozen s'mores!

  3. Oooo! My kiddos would love these! TFS, Ashley! And hang in there with your little gal. Sigh. We used a lot of Orajel. It seemed to help immediately, while we waited for the Tylenol to do its thing. Poor thing.