S’mores…to the next Level!

Miss Renaissance S'mores Bars

Miss Renaissance S'mores Bars

Miss Renaissance S'Mores bars

Miss Renaissance

Hi, Lovelies! I apologize for the lack of post yesterday. I was all caught up in getting ready for my trip to Canada – yep, I’m heading to Whistler, B.C. today for a super exciting Food Photography Workshop with Ace Camps & Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle et Vanille. I’m so excited, I can barely contain myself!

Anywayyy…before I leave for the Canadian Mountain Ranges, I’d like to introduce you to the best baked goodie since…well, I’m actually at a loss for words here. This stuff is dessert CRACK!! Dare I say, these S’mores Bars are even better than actual campfire-style S’mores. The cake-like graham crust is perfectly fluffy & crunchy at the same time, and the chocolate/marshmallow filling is gooey-rich-melt-in-your-mouth awesomeness! I used THIS recipe, but decided to torch the top of the marshmallow fluff layer with a kitchen torch (you can just use your oven’s broiler on high for this) for an extra caramelized flavor. I also chose to use two different kinds of chocolate – one milk and one dark with salted almonds – for some added depth and flavor range. YUM, that’s all I can say. These lasted about 4 seconds and they were gooooone (oops).

XO

{All Photos by Miss Renaissance.}

12 responses

  1. Oh my God. That is literally a chocolate and graham cracker lovers dream. This could be the perfect entertaining dessert. If I went to someone’s home and they brought out a tray of these reinvented S’mores, I probably wouldn’t leave. Thanks for sharing. I’m going to have to try these.

  2. I make the lazy girl version all year round using the microwave, no blowtorch or oven required. Just break a graham cracker in half and put on a microwaveable plate, place a few pieces of chocolate on it then put a large marshmallow on top. Flatten the marshmallow a bit with your palms beforehand so it stays put better. Put the plate in the microwave for about 20 seconds but watch through the door and remove it after the marshmallow has puffed up to about the size of the graham cracker. Take it out and smush the other graham half on top and enjoy the melty chocolatey warm marshmellowy goodness. Not quite as glamourous but just as tasty.

    • Liz, its all good! I’ll have to try the salsa again when I get a few more tomatoes from the gerdan. I don’t know what could’ve gone wrong though. I WISH i had a basement! I guess practice makes perfect! 😉

  3. I remember maknig these at school when I was a child and getting all nervous that I wouldn’t get to eat any. Lol. I forgot how fun this was. Happy day!PS- I’m hosting my first GIVEAWAY on my blog! Please come and see!X

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