S’more Dippin’

Hi everyone! As you’ve been reading, I visited my best friend, Lilia in Minnesota last weekend. When we’re together we revert back to our younger selves and do things that we would have when we were in middle school. One of our favorite activities was baking and concocting fun and crazy recipes, sure to give you an immediate sugar rush.


We planned ahead and researched recipes on Pinterest, Buzzfeed, and Yummly to find the best options to tweak and make our own. We landed on S’more dip, it’s a classic and s’mores happen t obe a speicialty of ours. After all, we take credit for inventing the s’moreo (melted marshmalle and chocolate in the middle of an oreo)!


Lilia can take full credit for these amazing ingredients, because she did the shopping. We prepped our work station with the ingredients: Break and Bake Toll House cookie dough, Ghirardelli dark and milk chocolate chips, marshmallow fluff, marshmallows and cinnamon graham crackers. A fantastic spread on its own, but when combined its euphoria!


To start, we spread out the blocks of cookie dough in a cast iron pan an inch or so apart and baked them for 8-10 minutes until they were about half baked. Then we added marshmallow fluff which we would recommend melting before layering on, it gets messy!


Then we combined the dark and milk chocolate chips and added a thick layer. Finally we melted the chips in the oven for a few minutes. It’s not an exact science we just tried not to burn the cookie.


Finally, the last layer was the marshmallows. We added them with little space between to cover the chocolate chips and placed in the oven until golden brown. It’s important to get that crispy shell, it’s my favorite part!


I love taking amazing recipes and tweaking them to make them my own. It’s a great way to get creative and have fun while baking! We made a ton of food, we didn’t even put a dent in the dip when we ate it, so it would probably be best for a party or a family.

Have any of you ever made s’more dip? What fun goodies did you add in?
Xoxo Kasey

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