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These are REALLY good. Couldn't be easier to put together, love the crunch from the cereal and to guild the lily even more, I broiled the top so the marshmallows would get that nice toasty look. A hit at my house for sure!
yum! would add the additional marshmallows at the VERY end so they don't melt. Will make again.=)
These taste awesome! You gave to work fast when it's all melted. I make mine a little less messy though. I stir in chochokate chunks at the same time as the second part of marshmallows. That way they don't melt that much.
Didn't think I would like these at first, since they are a bit of a gooey mess, but boy was I wrong!!! Once they set up in the fridge for a bit they were really good. They were the first cookie to go at my house this year and I've been asked to make a double batch for New Year's Eve.
These are awesome! Made them exactly as directed.
I almost didn't try this recipe because of the other review on here. After doing some research I found out that light corn syrup is optional. I ended up just using a tablespoon of agave nectar instead. These are sweet, so cut them small. The issue I have with this recipe is that the directions don't match the ingredients; it says 3 c of marshmallows to melt in microwave, and then there is a remaining cup of marshmallows to be stirred in after everything has been mixed together. Also, when to add the corn syrup? I just put it in when I added the vanilla. The recipe turned out alright once I refrigerated them.
I added these to my Christmas treat plate. Everyone gave them rave reviews. I usually melt the marshmallows etc. in the microwave. Super fast and super easy! Thanks!
We served our s'mores Raw for a Sparks (little Brownie/Girl Guides) indoor campfire sing a long. We used teddy grahams, chipits and miniature marshmallows. No mess at all!!!!
These are SOOOO yummy! I made them for my students last year, and they are asking for them again this year! Definitely a great treat!
Better than the real thing!