Happy Wednesday everybody!! The long holiday weekend is sooo close to being here I can taste it! Strangely enough my birthday falls on Memorial Day this year, and I already know a wonderful treat that I’m going to have to make this year for it…these S’mores Bars!
Yes, I am definitely a huge s’mores fan in general, but there is something about summer time that makes me want them even more. Honestly, making s’mores can be a slight bit of a hassle because making them over your stove (which I have done a lot) seems unauthentic, as well as getting melted marshmallow on everything somehow, and making them on a campfire, well let’s just say I’m kind of an indoor girl haha.
I would like to think that I found not necessarily a replacement for delicious s’mores but a really cool cousin to them in these bars. If you looove fudgy, gooey chocolatey stuff, you’re gonna be in heaven. These are chocolate decadence with a hint of marshmallow and graham crackers.
Y’all I just love these bars, I highly recommend them for your Memorial Day get together. Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for stopping by!
one of your brownie mixes…
all mixed up…
into your pan…
then graham crackers…
then more brownie mix, just to cover the marshmallows…
then bake, bake, bake, then a few more marshmallows…
- 2 Boxes of Family Size Fudge Brownie Mix (Below Oil, Water & Eggs Called for on Box).
- 1 1/3 Cup of Vegetable Oil (2/3 Cup for 1 Box of Brownie Mix).
- 1/2 Cup of Water (1/4 Cup for 1 Box of Brownie Mix).
- 4 Eggs (2 Eggs for 1 Box of Brownie Mix).
- 7-9 Sheets of Graham Crackers.
- 2 1/2 Cups of Mini Marshmallows.
- 9x13 Pan.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Spray your 9x13 pan with Baker's Spray, set aside.
- I recommend making your brownie mixes in separate bowls, so measuring it out will be easier, but in one bowl place your brownie mix, 2 eggs, 2/3 cup of oil, and 1/4 cup of water (according to the box directions) and with a handheld mixer, mix until smooth.
- Then make your other brownie mix and set aside.
- Pour your first bowl of brownie mix into your 9x13 pan.
- Then layer your graham crackers on top of brownie mix.
- Now evenly layer your mini marshmallows on top of your graham crackers.
- Now evenly pour your other brownie mix on top of your marshmallows, not the whole bowl, just enough to cover the marshmallows.
- Bake your bars for about 25-28 minutes, then place some more marshmallows on top of your bars and bake for an additional 3-5 minutes or until marshmallows have slightly turned brown.
- Let cool completely to set, then cut up and enjoy!!
- The original recipe only called for one box of brownie mix to be used and divide evenly, but I honestly found that not to be enough, and for the top layer of brownie mix, I didn't pour the whole bowl, just enough to make sure the mashmallows were covered.