Tuesday

S'more Brownie Tarts

I was having so much fun with the giveaway I forgot to post my Mmm-Mmm Mondays awesome recipe!  If you're craving s'mores, but don't have a campfire in the immediate area, give these sweet little things a try.  We loved them at our house!
The ingredients are so simple, it's a great recipe to make with kids or grandkids!

 Make the brownie mix as directed on the box, then fill the mini graham cracker pie crusts about half-way.  Can you tell which one my kids filled?



Bake at 350 deg. for 20-23 minutes.  Let them cool for 2 minutes, then top with a few mini-marshmallows and broil until golden.

 We broiled these for 90 seconds, which we found was a little too long!  Black tops, the kitchen filled with smoke, and my hubby laughing in the background at our ruined dessert.  Nice.
You know when your marshmallow starts on fire?  Yep, that's what they taste like.

This batch turned out perfect, broiling them for about 45 seconds.

What an fun and simple summer treat!



10 comments:

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

Those look mighty good. Trish

KJ said...

Thanks for introducing me to your slice of life. Ribbonoholics have to stick together. PS. I definitely have to make these.

Erin said...

Your s'more tarts look delicious!!! How clever!

www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Thanks for stopping by! Oh my even the burnt ones look great!!

Carol

idesign said...

Just so you know, burt marshmallows are my favorite! i'm that girl at the bonfire that deliberately sets them on fire ;)

Thanks for sharing this recipe, i will be making these very soon!

-Jackie
http://jaclyndesigns.blogspot.com/

H.Thani said...

Those look delicious!! I just have a quick question though, how did you make the graham crackers pie crust spread so perfectly on the foil cups?

Cheryl said...

Yummy! I didn't have a reply email for you, but to your question about linking up by fabric covered step stool, the answer is sure!

Cheryl @ Sew Can Do

Larissa said...

So creative. I love fun and easy desserts. Coming from Somewhat Simple.

I will have to look around now.

Just Another Day in Paradise
www.zitzmanfam.blogspot.com

ShadowCase said...

Keebler makes these with the crust already formed in the foil cups. I found them in the baking aisle by the pie fillings. Not all stores carry them, so if you do see them somewhere, snatch them up!

Emily@JanDee Crafts said...

Thanks for linking up to my linky party last week!! I have featured you this week on my blog! Come check it out and grab a featured button if you would like! PS I am a new follower!

Emily
JanDee Crafts