Monday, December 16, 2013

Mel's Munchies Monday: It’s the Holiday Season. Eat S’more!

It’s the Holiday Season. Eat S’more!

This recipe was inspired by a recent visit to Hoff’s Hut. A new, very popular, dessert on their menu was a play on the infamous s’more! After watching my parents compete for bites, I decided to make my own version.

Ingredients: 1 box of Graham Crackers, 1 package of mini marshmallows, 1 - 5.9 oz box of instant

chocolate pudding, milk (to make the pudding), and whip cream for topping (optional). You will also

need either individual cups, or a large pan for layering. Cups work well if you’re entertaining because

everyone can have their own personal s’more!

 
First, you’ll need to prepare the pudding. Per the package, I added 3 cups of cold milk to one package of chocolate pudding mix and beat for 2 minutes.

 



Next, use a food processor to crush the graham crackers. I crushed half the package but if you LOVE

graham crackers and want an extra thick layer, you could crush the whole box. Alternatively, most

grocery stores sell Graham Cracker crumbs so you could buy that & skip this step!




By now, the pudding should have had enough time to set up. So gather all your ingredients for layering!


First, you’ll need to add a layer of graham cracker crumbs. The exact amount will vary depending on the size of the cup or pan you use. It should be about ¼ to ½ inch thick.

 

Next, add a layer of chocolate pudding. Again, about ¼ to ½ inch thick.

 


Next, sprinkle on an even layer of mini marshmallows.

 

Continue to layer, in this order until the cup or pan is nearly filled to the top. My cups allowed for two layers of graham crackers, pudding and marshmallows.

 


When you are ready to serve, add a layer of whip cream to the top of each s’more cup (or pan if that’s

what you used).

 


And…. VoilĂ !

These are the perfect treat for entertaining! Family and friends are sure to enjoy them!

 







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