Inside Out S'mores Bars. The delicious taste of s'mores. inside out! These are easy to put together to enjoy any time of year. If you want more from your s'mores, try this ooey-gooey vision on for size!
How to make a pendant light out of mixing bowls. 🤯. Easy S'mores Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars I make these with the cookie on the bottom, crushed graham cracker, and chocolate chips instead of chocolate bars (they're cheaper). Inside-Out S'mores: Inside-Out Smores We all love the taste of S'mores, don't we? You can cook Inside Out S'mores Bars using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Inside Out S'mores Bars
- Prepare 2-3 cups of mini marshmallows.
- You need 1 box of Honey graham crackers.
- You need 1 box of fudge brownie mix.
- Prepare 2 of eggs.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of vegetable oil.
- You need 1/4 cup of water.
- You need of non stick cooking spray.
The graham crackers, melted chocolate, and toasted marshmallow create an awesome combination! The only problem is the mess of eating one. The cracker breaks in all the wrong places, lo. Inside Out S'more Brownies are the perfect solution for when you are craving a s'more but don't have a campfire handy!
Inside Out S'mores Bars instructions
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- Mix brownie mix with eggs, oil & water according to the package directions. Whisk until smooth but thick..
- Spoon 1/2 brownie batter into 9×13 baking dish. Cover bottom evenly..
- Then layer on top your graham crackers covering all the brownie batter. Break crackers apart if needed, to fit..
- On top the graham crackers pour your marshmallows. Make sure you have enough marshmallows to cover the crackers..
- Drizzle on top your marshmallows the remaining brownie mix. Don't worry about covering marshmallows completely because they will melt together anyways..
- Place in oven at 350° for 25-30 mins. Remove from oven, let stand til slightly cooled, place in fridge for at least an hour before cutting & serving. Enjoy!.
The inspiration for this recipe actually came from the S'mores bars that my family is obsessed with at a nearby lunch place we frequent. I was thrilled to discover that these turned out PERFECTLY on the very first try. This way you could make even tinier smashing s'mores (but um… why would you want to?) and ones more uniform in size that can actually fit in your mouth. If smashing s'mores aren't your thing, then maybe you can make some brownies or bars or throw. S'mores are traditionally cooked using a campfire, though they can also be made at home in an oven, in a microwave or with a s'mores-making kit.