S’more Brownie Pie

Hey y’all! This week I found myself with an over abundance of baking supplies, so I figured I’d throw something together using just what I had.

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This beauty, albeit a bit hard to cut, is gooey, chocolatey, toasted, and oh-so-yummy for those chilly fall days that are upon us.

S’more Brownie Pie
Ingredients
– One 8×8 brownie mix, prepared per package directions
– 1 premade graham cracker pie crust
– 1 bag large marshmallows

Directions
1. Pour your prepared brownie batter into graham pie crust.
2. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until brownie is just slightly undercooked.
3. Turn on broiler, then top just baked pie with marshmallows, covering the surface entirely.
4. Broil until marshmallows are golden

I would suggest letting it cool and then cutting per the S’more Brownie suggestions. Enjoy with coffee, ice cream, or just on its own.

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What’s your favorite dessert for colder weather? Leave me a comment below and your idea could be featured in a future post!

Halloween Highlight: Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Happy Halloween! Wishing you and yours a fun and safe night!

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Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Ingredients
– Large Marshmallows
– Green Melting Chocolate
– Chocolate sprinkles
– Black food-safe pen, black food coloring, or black gel frosting
– lollipop sticks

Directions
1. Press one large marshmallow onto each lollipop stick.
2. Melt green chocolate and pour into a large drinking glass.
3. Submerge marshmallow pops and tap off excess chocolate.
4. Dip top of marshmallow into sprinkles.
5. Place in styrofoam until chocolate hardens.
6. Using a food-safe black pen, draw on eyes, mouth, and stitch marks

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what did y’all think about these daily Holiday mini-posts? Leave me a comment below on your thoughts and if you’d like to see the same thing happen for Thanksgiving and Christmas!