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chocolate s’mores fudge bars | Diary of a Crazed Cook

chocolate s’mores fudge bars

smores chocolate bark

The classic flavour combination of a s’more – chocolate, graham crackers & marshmallows, can be served up in as many ways as there are means – pies, puddings, cakes, cookies, pretzels, pops, bites, bark or bars – if there’s a means, there’s a mode! And a bar is a good a way as any! Don’t need a campfire, just the players – don’t fuss over the quantities – more or less crunch (graham crackers) or chewy (marshmallows) in the chocolate is completely up to you. There simply is no wrong way to throw these three together – a ménage à trois ’til the end of time! So on that note – next time you must explore a s’more, look no more …

s’mores smorgasbord

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So when you’re asked, in this season of banquets, barbecues, bashes & blowouts, not to mention galas, get-togethers, receptions & riots – to bring a little something, rejoice – say “I’d love to”, “my pleasure!”, “got the perfect thing” – and do you know why? ‘Cause you do! With this little no-bake, impossible-to-screw-up confection in your arsenal – go forth with confidence! Melt chocolate, crumble crackers, snip mallows, sit back and let them be amazed – and make no mistake, they will be amazed, they will aaall be amazed! You might has well have figured out how to get money to grow on trees – oh yah, I’ve got me an orchard of those!

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1. Pile your chocolate in a pot and set over low heat.
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2. Add a can of sweetened condensed milk.
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3. Get the vanilla and salt ready and add it to the pot.
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4. Get it all mixed up and keep stirring until it’s thoroughly melted.
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5. Getting there …
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6. Meanwhile, line the baking pan with plastic wrap.
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7. Collect the graham crackers and marshmallows – use mini or simply cut up large ones.
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8. Break the crackers up into pieces – I use my hands, a processor will annihilate them!
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9. If using large marshmallows, wet a pair of scissors and cut them into quarters.
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10. Start with the graham crackers and fold them into the melted chocolate mixture.
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11. Just like this.
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12. Next are the marshmallows.
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13. When the mixture is well-incorporated, dumb the lot onto the pan lined with plastic wrap and start spreading it out with a spatula.
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14. Just like this – keep spreading to make an even layer.
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15. ‘Til you got wall-to-wall s’more heaven!
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16. Press a few more marshmallows here and there.
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17. Do the same with pieces of graham cracker.
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18. Drizzle melted chocolate all over to hold it all together – slip it into the fridge to allow it to harden, this won’t take long.
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19. See? Perfectly set!
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20. Im ready for my close-up!
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21. Cut into squares.
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22. Chocolatey, chewy, crunchy, sensational s’mores fudge bars unveiled!
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23. Pretty as a picture! Dig in.

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