Tried & True: S’mores Brownies!

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Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! ❀

Whether you embrace the day or avoid it, there is no denying the sweetness of these s’mores brownies!

Once again, I was inspired by those handy dandy videos on Facebook. Like seriously, where have they been all my young adult life?!

Β Here’s how I made mine:

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INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 package of your fave brownie mix (or make them from scratch);
  • 1 cup milk chocolate (I used Jersey Milk, but any will do!)
  • Graham crackers
  • 1 cup marshmallows (The vid uses jumbo, others use minis – totally up to you!)

METHOD:

  1. Grease your baking pan and layer graham crackers as closely as you can;img_3330
  2. Mix the brownie mix as instructed. Pour 3/4 of the mixture over the graham crackers;img_3329
  3. Layer the marshmallows and chocolate throughout;
  4. Pour remaining mixture over marshmallows;img_3331
  5. Bake at 350*C for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick can be inserted and removed without batter sticking to it!img_3332
  6. Cool completely before cutting/removing from pan.

TIPS:

  • You can customize your layers! The video above layers bars of chocolate, but I find it bakes the batter better (say that 3x fast!) if you break up the pieces of chocolate.
  • If the marshmallows start to brown way before the brownie batter finishes baking, cover the pan with foil to prevent the marshmallows from burning.
  • Cutting them into squares and packing them in a tin makes for the perfect homemade, last-minute Valentine’s Day gift! πŸ˜‰Β img_3338

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