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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

S'mores Crack Dip

My family LOVES to sit around the fire, regardless of the time of year.   The other night, Skippy  built a fire for me, then he and Kiddo roasted little weenies for dinner and then s'mores for dessert.
However, sometimes you want s'mores but don't have time to get a fire ready.  As I was looking through my pinterest boards, I realized that I had pinned this recipe for S'mores Crack Dip.  This was perfect timing since they have wanted more s'mores but we have been unable to make a fire due to the rain we have had.

As you can see from the picture, this recipe turned out yummy and ooey, gooey.....PERFECT!  
 For this recipe, you will need the following:

1 cup of milk chocolate chips
2 tbs of milk

1 1/4 cups mini marshmallows
Graham crackers for dipping

In a medium sauce pan add chocolate chips, milk and 1 cup of your mallows. Mix continuously over medium heat until melted and smooth. Using a rubber spatula, scrape chocolate mixture into a small casserole dish. Top with remaining mallows.

Place dish under you oven broiler for approximately 60 seconds or until the top has started to brown.

Dip your graham crackers and enjoy!! 


Anonymous said...

Hi Laura,

This sounds like a neat and easy way to have s'mores.

It seems that most people grew up with s'mores...I never heard of them until I was in my 30's.


Heart2Heart said...


Don't you just love Pinterest? I have so many great recipes saved and some amazing household tips that have worked wonders. This is a perfect recipe for those that don't have a fire to make these from scratch and also for apartment dwellers. Looking forward to reconnecting with you!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Laura Lane said...

This looks like it could wreck anyone's diet! It looks so yummy.

Thanks for visiting me at Harvest Lane Cottage,


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Mrs. JP said...

yummy town! thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi Laura,
Thinking of you today...