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Smore Cookie Bars

These bars will leave you wanting "Smore".Ha Ha!!  Sorry for the dry humor.  Here are the cookie bars I have been promising all week.  They were really good.  The kids especially liked them when they were still warm and the chocolate was melted.  This is a good alternative to regular smores.  I got this recipe in a email from Betty Crocker.

Smore Cookie Bars
Adapted from Betty Crocker
1 pouch sugar cookie mix (1 lb 1.5 oz Betty Crocker)
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
1 cup butter, melted
2 cups milk chocolate chips
3-4 cups mini marshmellows
Preheat oven to  375 degrees.  In a larger bowl mix sugar cookie mix with the graham cracker crumbs.  Add melted butter and mix until a soft dough forms. Lightly Grease a 9 x 13 pan.   Press dough in the bottom of the pan and bake for 18-20 minutes or until set.
Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle the chocolate chips on top.  Let stand for 3-5 minutes or until the chocolate has melted.  Spread evenly over the top.

Set oven control to broil.  Sprinkle enough marshmellows to thoroughly cover the top.
 Broil for 30-45 seconds. Just until the marshmellows are toasted. (Watch carefully they will brown quickly!) 
Allow to cool for a bit..
Alternative Version: Use refrigerated sugar cookie dough. Press it  in the bottom of the pan and cook 18-20 minutes or until it is set up and then proceed with the recipe above.  (Omit the butter and graham crackers.)  I did this by accident due to the lack of ingredients and my desire to make them that moment! They were still delicious. I just believe that the graham crackers make them more Smore like!

~Tiffanee

Comments

  1. Awesome recipe I'll try it out this weekend! Also..I'm following you now thanks to Friday Follow! Love your blog! Feel free to stop by my blogand share back the love:)

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  2. Hello, from FF! Have a great Mother's Day!

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  3. What a yummy looking recipe! Just visiting from Friday Follow. When you get a chance, swing by my place and check out some great giveaways! Have a great weekend!

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  4. ...........this looks good. Thanks for sharing. Happy Foodie friday!!!!!

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  5. Happy Mother's Day to you!!! Enjoy your weekend of lounging (HA! HA!)The S'more's bars look delightful. I think I'll send a batch with my hubby and sons on the father/ son campout next weekend. They are sure to be a hit!! Thanks for the recipe.

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  6. Looks tasty! My kids would LOVE these!
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  8. Wow! Those look great and easy as well.

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  9. yummy thanks I will be making them soon

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  10. I found you on Friday Follow and I'm following now... these look delish! Can't WAIT to try it:)

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  11. Yummie! Those look so good! I'm gonna have to try to make those. I've never tried to make anything like that before, but it looks too tastey to not at least try!

    I'm from Friday Follow, and am a new follower of your blog!

    Hope to see you over at mine! (=

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  12. Hey! I am your newest follower from Friday Follow! I would love for you to stop by and check out my blog too!
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    PS- I am so making these tonight! I will be hubbys hero!!!

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  13. My family will love these! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  15. Hello! Happy FF=0) I'm a new follower and hope you will follow me too!

    You got me right when I was trying to forget about eating dessert=0) YumOH!!!!!!!!

    HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!
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    Carol

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  17. They look delicious!

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  18. Thanks for this great blog. Going in my faves.

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  20. These look excellent! The kids would love them! I wish I had some sugar cookie dough or we might just do it tonight. Thanks!

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  21. Ohhh these look wonderful! I can't wait to try them!

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  22. I made these tonight and they were a BIG hit with the kids and their friends!

    Thanks!

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  23. I just posted this! The neighbors loved them!!!

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  24. Tiffanee, these look divine! So glad to have you at Tuesday Tastes! Don't forget to link back though so this amazing recipe isn't disqualified from the People's Choice Award! YUMMY!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

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  25. I must have missed it, sorry! Please don't give it another thought!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

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  26. Tiffanee,
    You know I LOVE!!! chocolate so these are a must try. My grand-daughters will enjoy making them with me can't wait so we can enjoy making them and BEST!!! of all eating them together.
    Geri

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  27. Still loving this recipe! Just had to take another look! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Tastes! Polls just opened for the People's Choice Award! Stop by and and vote when you get a chance -just click on your fav recipe!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

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  28. I made these Last night for FHE and boy, the boys feel in love with them, Thanks they were super easy too..Who needs a campfire when these are around

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  29. I make a cake, Mississippi Mud Cake that I love just for the melted marshmallows on top. LOL Yummmmmy!!!
    Shamrocks and Shenanigans

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  30. Oh heck! It's only 5:30 am and now I'm craving these! YUM!!!

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