So when it says easy - it is definitely easy. You need an 8 x 8 pan, some Hershey bars, Graham crackers, marshmallow fluff, butter, sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, baking powder, flour and an egg. And that's it. You start out making dough that sort of seems like cookie dough at first - melt a stick of butter, add sugar and brown sugar and blend. Add egg and vanilla and blend. Then in a separate bowl you mix your crushed Graham crackers (they said to put them through a food processor, but I just crushed mine with a rolling pin in a Ziploc bag) with your flour and baking powder and then slowly add that to the wet dough. It makes a nice thick dough. Half goes on the bottom of your greased baking pan. Then you layer in your chocolate bars, followed by a layer of marshmallow fluff. The last part is the only tricky part, you need to put the other half of the dough on top of the fluff. Nate helped me roll out the dough on some wax paper and then we just turned it over and peeled it off. Then we just patted it down, filled any holes and it was good to go. You bake it for a half hour at 350 and then let it cool before serving.
Oh-em-gee. It's rich and decadent and delightful. Gooey. Sweet. It was a hit! I don't think I could eat more than one piece of this bad boy, it was so rich it almost made my teeth hurt, but I'm also not super used to milk chocolate these days. I would like to try making this again with dark chocolate actually, I think I'd like it even better - but even with as sweet as it was I still really enjoyed it!
I think this would also be good with Reese's Peanut Butter cups as your chocolate base too, I know some people enjoy making S'mores out of those! This would also go nicely with a small scoop of ice cream on the side! Overall it was a winning recipe and I am so excited to have an option for extra S'mores fixings if I end up with some again!