In keeping with my whole s’more theme this summer I thought I’d make these. I’m not sure what to call it so we’ll call it a s’more brownie pie. I though they were pretty darn tasty but the real test was if my kids liked them. I don’t like to make many desserts that my kids won’t eat because that means I have to eat them… ALL of them. And that’s never a good idea.
I found these somewhere in blog land and I apologize profusely to the blogger who posted these first because I can’t remember who you are and I hate to steal others ideas without at least giving them credit. (Of course I steal other’s ideas but at least I give them credit, right?) So I am truly sorry for not being able to find you again so that I can say thank you and that you are s’more genius for coming up with this idea.
They are super easy to make and will get you lots of ooohhhs and aaahhhs from the family!
What you will need:
* graham cracker pie shells (I used the small, individual sized ones)
* brownie mix
* ingredients to make the brownies
* miniature marshmallows
You can, of course, make your own graham cracker shells and your own brownie batter from scratch, but let’s not get ridiculous here. Why reinvent the wheel in my book.
Make the brownie mix according to the package.
Add some batter in the pie shell until it is about 1/2 to 3/4 full. You don’t want the cooked brownie to go over the sides.
When they are done, take them out of the oven and top with mini marshmallows. (Don’t wait for them to cool. Do this while they are still hot.)