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Thread: Smores to make ahead of time - One piece is not enough

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    Super Member d.rickman's Avatar
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    Smores to make ahead of time - One piece is not enough

    Smore Bars Do Not Make - you will want to eat the whole pan.

    Crust


    1 cup graham cracker crumbs
    6 Tablespoons Butter Melted
    1/8 cup sugar

    Combine and press mixture evenly into a 9x9 pan lined with
    Aluminum foil and bake at 325 for 10 minutes until set.
    Remove from Oven
    .
    Add: large bag miniature marshmallows

    Sprinkle marshmallows evenly over bottom crust layer, return to
    Oven leave until marshmallow have melted and have a hint of brown
    Color on the top watch closely as they will burn.


    Topping:

    cup chocolate chips
    cup butterscotch chips
    cup crunchy peanut butter
    2 Tablespoons butter

    1.5 cups rice krispies
    cup pecans chopped

    Combine first 4 topping ingredients, and place in microwave,
    Melt all together , then stir in rice krispies and pecans, stirring until well
    Blended.

    Immediately spread over bars then chill.

    NOTE: Make sure these bars are completely chilled before cutting -
    They also freeze well.
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    Saved it. Going to make them for the next canoe trip
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    I sent to my DD for the grandkids. Sounds really good.

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    d.rickman, thanks for the recipe! I made a pdf file with your recipe for all to use. Print front to back and cut on lines as marked.
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    Thanks for sharing, they do look yummy and fun to have on a camping trip.
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    Thanks for sharing they sound wonderful.

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    Thank you for making this a PDF file ..I can share the recipe with my quilt guild friends..Happy Quilting!

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