Meet the new S’mores 2.0.
It still has all your favorite things – graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow goodness. But you won’t need your s’mores roasting sticks for this recipe. So if you’ve been dying to roast something else on your roasting sticks, let’s say Twinkies, now you have a great excuse to do it.
You can also use the excuse that “Beth from The First Year gave me the idea to roast a Twinkie so I am going to roast a Twinkie.” If you do it, let me know how it tastes.. I still can’t manage to find gluten free Twinkies.
This recipe developed from our love for s’mores and frozen treats. BOOM – S’mores 2.0 was created.
We’re calling it ‘Peanut Butter Marshmallow Fluff Chocolate Dipped Frozen S’mores’. The name pretty much says it all. And it’s crazy delicious.
This treat would make for a great afternoon pick-me-up. I know that all you healthy people are thinking “a pick-me-up? You mean more like a sugar crash.” Well, you can’t always eat kale chips as your afternoon snack, that’s boring.
So if anything, I am telling you to incorporate more s’mores into your diet. Regular s’mores and S’mores 2.0.
These S’mores 2.0 might even be healthier than your daily bowl of ice cream.. depending on how big your bowl is :)
I love that I can whip up a whole bunch at one time, wrap them in plastic wrap, and put them in the freezer for later. I like to think of them as Insta-s’mores. Now if only I had that contraption from The Jetsons, were Jane the mom, pushes several buttons and out pops dinner. Insta-food.
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- Graham Crackers
- Marshmallow Fluff
- Creamy peanut butter
- Chocolate for dipping, your preference between chocolate chips or chocolate Candiquik
- Small amount of crisco
- Break your graham crackers into squares.
- Using a knife, spread a good amount of peanut butter on one graham cracker. Using a separate knife, spread a good amount of marshmallow fluff on another graham cracker. Sandwich them together, pressing slightly.
- Repeat this process until you have made your desired amount of s’mores.
- Place the s’mores on a baking sheet covered with wax paper. Place in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.
- Prepare the chocolate for dipping in a small microwave safe bowl. I like to microwave the Candiquik chocolate for 2 minutes on 60% power, stirring every 30 seconds until it is melted.
- Remove the s’mores from the freezer and dip one end of the s’more into the chocolate, allowing the excess to drip off. Repeat until all the s’mores are covered.
- Return the s’mores to the baking sheet with wax paper and freeze until the chocolate sets.
- Once they are frozen, wrap them in plastic wrap and store in the freezer. Enjoy whenever you want!
As for dipping the s’more into the chocolate, you can do a half dip, a full dip, a double dip. A half dip was a bit more manageable since I didn’t have to get my fingers dirty. But if your kiddos help you make these, I am sure they won’t mind chocolate all over their fingers.