S'more Bark

"I love smores but don't always have the ability to roast marshmallows. This is a great way of cheating and still getting that s'more sensation. I found it in a holiday magazine this last christmas. Enjoy..."
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Microwave chocolate in medium microwavable bowl on HIGH for 2 minutes or until mostly melted, stirring after 1 minute. Stir until chocolate is completely melted.
  • Spread half of the chocolate onto a baking sheet covered in wax paper.
  • Add toppings.
  • Drizzle evenly with remaining chocolate.
  • Refrigerate 1-1/2 hours or until firm.
  • Break into pieces.
  • Store in tightly covered container in the fridge.

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  1. Kids loved it...! Easy enough for them to make - and it was "their creation"! :) Thanks for posting!
  2. Huge hit!! I used milk chocolate, since that's what I make s'mores with. I was concerned that this didn't make the quantity I expected, but it was so rich that was OK. Next time, I might try to use the grahams whole and spread chocolate on top, just to keep people cleaner. Thanks for posting!
  3. Very easy, very tasty. Added it to my goodie baskets this year.
  4. These came out great! I've made them several times and they are always a favorite.
  5. This is a great way to make this treat! We've done a similar recipe, but used Teddy Graham snack cookies/crackers to dress it up. Still tastes like it, though...and so much easier. Plus, you only get a little taste at a time. As a Girl Scout leader for 8+ years, a little S'mores goes a long way now! Thanks for the post.


<p>Just moved with my family to Spokane after living in Pacific Northwest for over 20 years. Getting adjusted to new things and work most of the time these days. Most of the recipes I obtain are from magazines, newsstand cookbooks, and of course from home. I use to work in a bookstore and on my break I'd often be thumbing through cookbooks looking for desserts to try.</p>
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