The Perfect Treat for Your Next Hike!
Who doesn’t love a good s’more? It’s not just the s’more itself that we love, but everything that comes with it; sitting around a camp fire, roasting the marshmallow perfectly golden brown, assembling your little sandwich, and even the ooey gooey sticky mess on your hands when it’s gone.
Now if we can’t be outdoors with friends, we have the next best way to enjoy this decadent campfire dessert- and it can be made right in your oven.
We started with a graham cracker crust, topped it with Krista’s Baking Co.’s dark chocolate brownie mix, and topped that with our favorite marshmallows.
Enjoy these with friends while you reminisce on your last camping trip!
You will need:
About 12 graham crackers, finely ground (1.5 cups)
5 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted
¼ Cup cane sugar
1/3 tsp salt
Krista’s Baking Co.’s dark chocolate brownie mix (+ 2 large eggs, 10 Tbsp unsalted butter)
25 large marshmallows
- Preheat oven to 325°F. Grease an 8x8 baking pan and set aside.
- Begin by making the graham cracker crust. Pulse the graham cracker crumbs, butter, sugar, and salt in a food processor until combined. Press the mixture firmly and evenly into the bottom of your prepared pan.
- Begin making the brownie mix as instructed on the box. When the batter is ready, pour it evenly on top of the graham cracker crust. Bake for 25-30 minutes, until a toothpick comes out clean.
- Turn the oven on to broil and place your marshmallows on top of the brownies. Put the pan back in the oven and keep a close eye on it. When the marshmallows begin to brown, pull them out. This can happen fast, do not walk away!
- Let cool and enjoy!
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Krista’s Baking Co. makes baking mixes with organic and non-GMO ingredients, allowing anyone to easily bake artisan treats.
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I own Krista's Baking Co., a small business in Seattle. We take the hassle out of the gourmet baked good by providing easy to use and precisely measured baking mixes. Aside from my business, I love baking and cooking, taking photos, working out, and happy hour!
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