These s’mores bars are gooey, chocolatey and are the perfect alternative when you can’t have the real thing. Chocolate, marshmallow and a cookie crust, what could be better?!
This post was edited in May 2016 with a few new photos and updated recipe.
I’ve been sitting on a small jackpot of Hershey’s bars since Kelsey’s birthday party in May. We were supposed to give them out as favors to all of the guests over the age of 2 that attended. Only we mostly forgot and we were left with a small abundance of chocolate bars.
Since I’m not one to just snack on a chocolate bar (shocking, but true) and I’ve hidden them from Adam so they’re just sitting there. They’re very pretty to look at since I took the time to wrap each one individually to match the mermaid theme but looks can only take you so far, pretty little Hershey’s bar.
Obviously s’mores are a great way to go with Hershey’s bar. They’re practically begging for their toasted marshmallow and graham cracker friends. S’mores are great and all but the lack of fire thing is a real bummer. We don’t have a fire pit. We’d have to remove approximately 38 trees in order to safely light a fire outside without risking lighting up the whole neighborhood.
So fire in our yard is out of the question. And a fire in our fireplace is also out since it’s summer and I will not heat my house up just for a s’more. We’re also not the camping type. We’re more of the hang out on the deck with drinks and chasing the kids kind of people. So no campfire s’mores.
Thankfully there’s this wonderful life hack called Pinterest. And it comes with s’mores recipes. You can basically make s’mores out of anything but I wanted s’mores bars. They stick pretty close to the original without getting to crazy out of the box. There’s a million and one recipes out there but this one from Rachel Schultz was calling my name.
These s’mores bars are really easy to make. However, these bars can be a little messy during assembly. First of all there’s fluff, which is like edible glue. Sticks to everything and its mother. Second, spreading gluten-free dough can be tricky, as can spreading fluff can be. I also have a 6 month old handicap named Mackenzie hanging out between me and the counter. Just wet your hands with a smudge of water to help smooth and press the dough.
Obviously I’ve adapted it to be gluten-free and it’s delicious. S’mores in a bar cookie. It almost makes me feel like camping. Almost. Enjoy!
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