Night Owl S’mores Treat

It’s day 2 of Fall Treat Week and I’ve got a recipe that has quickly become a new family favorite.  This recipe is also my third contribution to Bake for the Cure.  Be sure to enter the giveaway I have going along with it.

I love to eat s’mores in the Fall.  Cooking a marshmallow over a warm and toasty fire is fun on a cool Autumn evening.  This s’more recipe doesn’t require a fire and comes together so quickly.  I found the recipe posted on Tasty Kitchen by another Utahn!  You can have this easy snack put together in 20 minutes.

I have another bonus snack recipe for you to go along with the Fall theme and s’mores recipe today.  Make a s’more but instead of using graham crackers use apple slices!  Yummy!  Here are some other s’mores recipes I love!

S’mores Bars

S’mores Brownies

Indoor S’mores

Night Owl S’mores Treat

  • 9 cups Honey Graham Cereal (like Golden Grahams)
  • ¾ cups Light Corn Syrup
  • 3 Tablespoons Butter
  • 11-½ ounces, weight Package Milk Chocolate Chips
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla
  • 3 cups Mini Marshmallows
  1. Grease a cookie sheet with butter.
  2. Measure 9 cups of graham cereal into a large mixing bowl.
  3. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine corn syrup, butter and milk chocolate chips. Stir constantly until chocolate chips are melted and ingredients are combined.
  4. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla. Pour over cereal and stir quickly until cereal is coated with chocolate. Stir in the marshmallows.
  5. Pour mixture onto cookie sheet and using a slightly damp hand, press into the pan.

***This recipe needs to be made and devoured the same day.  Otherwise the cereal gets soggy the next day.  I believe this is due to the high content of corn syrup in the recipe.

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