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Forget crunchy graham crackers...not sure I'll be able to enjoy a regular s'more ever again. These are amazing! I thank the first reviewer for helping with the US conversions. Having made these twice now, I finally found my rhythm. I know it's not energy efficient, but my method is about 3 or so minutes into the second 6 minutes (after they've been flattened), I open the oven, flip half the cookies and put a full marshmallow on those and put them all back in for another 2-3 minutes. Once out of the oven and I've flipped the other half, I put 3-4 bittersweet chocolate chips on them and wait a bit before sandwiching them. They look like adorable little whoopie pies, but they're pb s'mores and so delicious. =) Thanks for sharing!

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ambj73 April 23, 2011

S'mores with a twist...yum!! I love s'mores and I love peanut butter cookies, so I knew that I would love these. Boy, was I right. These cookies go together very quickly and easily and are sooo good. I must have made mine a little larger because I only got 18 cookies instead of 24. Also, since I used large marshmallows, I cut them in half and put both halves next to each other on each cookie. I returned them to the oven for a couple of minutes to soften the marshmallow. After removing them from the oven, I sandwiched them together with the chocolate halves. For bakers in the USA, I used 1 stick + 2/3 TBS. margarine and baked the cookies at 350F degrees. My family loved these and gave them 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!

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Bayhill August 14, 2008
Peanut Butter S'mores Cookies