Whats Cooking Wednesday: S’mores Brownies!


Oh. My. Lawd!

Ok, first some backstory: About 2 months ago, as I was scrolling through facebook I saw this amazing food video about s’mores brownies. Of course I shared it to my wall and tagged my brother-in-law who LOVES brownies. When i say LOVES, I mean if he could live off Dr. Pepper, white bread, beer, and brownies…he would, and pretty much does. I had seen it a few times from various shares but put it in the back of my mind of my “foodie back burner”.

Fast forward to present day: While i  directwas at work I got this overwhelming craving for s’mores and my foodie brain remembered “S’mores Brownies!!”. So off to the store i go for supplies and as soon as I get home I get started on this delicious adventure to make these brownies.

It was fairly easy and straight forward. The video directions were actually really good!

Here’s the original video:
Smores Brownies

Here’s what I did:

S’mores Brownies

1 Box (13×9 family size) of Brownie Mix
Vegetable Oil (as box instructions direct)
Water (as box instructions direct)
Eggs (as box instructions direct)
6-8 Regular Size Hershey Chocolate Bars
20 Jumbo Size Marshmallows (or as your preference directs you, i used a few more)
Graham Crackers (as your preference directs you)


Preheat oven to 350F
Grease 13×9 cake pan (trust me, you don’t want to forget this step!)
Mix brownies as the box instructs (mine said 1/2C Oil, 1/4C Water, 2 Eggs)
Pour 1/2-3/4 of brownie mix into greased cake pan
Place graham crackers in layer over brownie mix
Lay Hershey Bars over graham crackers
Put Marshmallows on top of Hershey Bars
Pour remaining brownie mix over marshmallows
Bake for 30 minutes. Marshmallows will be toasty brown, and it may look like you have a marshmallow/chocolate lava thing instead of s’mores brownies, but that’s ok…it will all cool and settle and be delicious!
Let cool until chocolate and marshmallows are set, maybe about 15-20 minutes (you dont want to eat it right out of the oven, you will get burned from the molten sugar!), cut and enjoy!

Here’s how mine turned out:

This was taken after it has cooled (notice how the marshmallows have settled/sunk)…right before i cut into it! yum yum!

What does yours look like? How did yours turn out? Let me know!

Happy Eating Friends!!



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