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Jimmy’s S’mores Cookies

September 16, 2012

I had s’mores for the first time last November. Truer words were never written. It’s exactly as I always dreamed: A hot mallomar. Jimmy’s the spectacular lad who put a stop to my incomplete repertoire of dessert experiences.

Similar to Mr. Jim, s’mores are simple, messy, fun and a staple to the firepit. It’s based off the staple chocolate chip recipe. Obviously graham cracker is a necessity. The key is to get only about half the bag really powdery crumbs.

Large chunks of graham crackers are perfect for inserting like shards of glass into the cookie. We want to make these dangerous. No wait, that’s a terrible description. We want these to be messy. That’s better…

The finer crumbs go straight into the cookie batter. The large chunks go into outside décor.

This is the fun part, an assembly station. Oh yea, I know you were just checking out how awesome my pig spatula is. It brings a smile to my face every time I whip it out. I’m all about the little things in life.

These cookies flopped the first time. This is what happens if you mix the ingredients in one big batter. Lesson learned.

Make regular cookies by rolling into a ball and manually shove each ingredient in. This will help to keep shape and give it a better look.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 4, 2012 5:35 pm

    Is this as simple as make chocolate chip cookie dough and then jab shards of graham cracker, chocolate and marshmellows into it? Sounds remarkably easy. You should have brought some to work.

  2. January 6, 2013 5:25 am

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