S’more Brownie Pie

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.

Bake according to the directions (reducing the time, of course, since you are not making an 8×8 pan. I can’t remember how long I cooked them. How horrible am I?!)

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.)

Now put them back into the oven for about 4 minutes. Just until the marshmallows are golden brown.
What do you think? When my son gave me the thumbs up I knew they were a winner.
They went pretty fast in my house but I tried to store them in an air tight container. SO here’s to another great s’more creation. After all these different ways to make s’mores it’s hard to go back to the traditional s’more. I think I’ve been ruined!
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Comments

  1. These are darling! What a fun dessert!

  2. I am definatly going to try these this weekend while we are on the beach! Thanks

  3. I love it! I have tried all of your other s’more desserts…to rave reviews, I might add, so I guess I will try these too! Thanks!!!

  4. mmmmm!! those look tasty! you are the devil 😉
    will definitely have to try those out!

    *come check out my blog too if you’d like.

  5. Those look great! I’m going to make these for our family reunion this weekend.

  6. Simple, fun and delicious! A winner for sure! I see that it got a “thumbs up” review:)

  7. My kids looove smores. I’ll totally have to try this…as soon as I lose ten pound so I can have a few myself.

  8. What a fun idea! We go to the lake a lot in the summer and of course do traditional s’mores, but these would be a great change of pace.

  9. His face says it all. These MUST be delicious!!

  10. Another great post!! I am still drooling… looks so delicious. You won a giveaway at my blog. Email me your address so I can get your magazine on it’s way. tiffaneeg@yahoo.com
    Thanks again!!

  11. OH! You’re killing me here! I’ve been trying SO hard to cut back on sugar, but you’ve just about broken my spirit with all of your yummy s’more treats! (keep sharing!)
    smiles!

  12. That looks delicious! Thanks so much for linking up to my recipe hop.

  13. These look like a lot of fun, and I’m lovin’ your polka dot plates!

  14. These look wonderful! Thanks for bringing so many treats to our BlogBBQ. Please come back and grab or button or link your posts, so that others will join you at our celebration!

    Thanks so much,
    gnee

  15. Your sons smile says it all! Adorable! and that pie looks amazing!

  16. Seriously, if I keep showing my kids your blog, they are so going to want YOU for their mommy!! You make the most amazing things!

  17. Looks, really good!

  18. This looks delicious. I wish I could jump in there and “claim” to be the inspiration, but not a soul would believe it.

    I can’t see this lasting long enough to store around here!

  19. wow. my mouth is watering. Might have to go buy some marshmallows!
    Stopping by from Just for the Joy if It!
    Tracy

  20. Well, that looks yummy!

  21. Great smores recipe, nice change up. My grandchildren are going to love these. Their favorite snack is brownies, mom is pro at making them, she will love this new idea.

  22. Oh my goodness, that looks delicious!!

  23. That is just wrong….lol… they look so good and a bet they taste even better.
    have a great day!

  24. Oh my, this looks wonderful! La

  25. Those are adorable!

  26. loo

    looks delish!! thanks so much for sharing!

    Happy Creating,

    Aileen~
    http://aileensmusings.blogspot.com/

  27. This looks delicious! Cute picture of your son!

  28. These look so yummy!! My kids would love having their own individual dessert. Thanks for linking to Messy Monday. You are awesome!

  29. Isn’t this the greatest thing ever? I attempted to make one for a friend of mine and I ended up setting it on fire. 🙂 LOL!

    I featured you over at craftsandsutch.blogspot.com! 🙂

    Have a super week!
    Erin 🙂

  30. Looks good! I need to add this to my S’more post http://mommycreations.blogspot.com/2010/09/smore-fun.html

  31. Oh no, this is not fair. These look so good, I just have to make them. How will I ever get in shape drooling over such lovely things. Oh I can practically smell them, coming out of the oven. These will surely be one of our all tiem favorite things ever, I just know it. THANKS for sharing!

  32. I’m drooling.

  33. Oh yeah, we’ll be making this sometime this week!

    Lots of yummy love,

    Alex aka Ma, What’s For Dinner

    http://www.mawhats4dinner.com

  34. How did I miss this one? I love this!
    mickey

  35. OH! MY! When I saw this I started drooling a bit! LOL Thanks for sharing!
    ~Dorcas
    http://4sweetangels.blogspot.com/

  36. Love marshmallows but not too easy to find in my area! A great treat!Yvette

  37. These look delicious!!! 🙂 I saw you over on Sister Sister Sunday!

  38. Oh goodnes…I’ve got to add this to my “to be made” file!! YUM!!! I’m happy to be your newest follower of your delightful blog and I’d love to have you as a friend at Frou Frou Decor! I’d also like to invite you to link up at my weekly Faboulous Friday Finds party! Hope to see you there!
    Hugs,
    ~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

  39. Thanks for linking up your idea! I’ll be featuring it on my blog tomorrow!

    http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

    Thanks!
    Sumo 🙂

  40. Looks delish! I have made something like this before but the brownie mix had kahluha in it. Thanks for linking up to Sister Sister Sunday, see you soon!