Don’t you just love when you make really good recipes and you can’t wait to share them with your fabulous followers (not to mention the rest of the Internet), and you take pictures and everything and then… you literally can’t find the time to sit your butt in front of your computer and edit the pictures and write the post? Because you’re so busy working 10 hours a day, and at the same time trying to make time every day to work out? You do? Cause personally, I hate it. It sucks. I feel like I’m depriving my followers and friends of deliciously easy recipes that would make their belly happy, and pictures that will make them drool. But, enough about me! Let’s get down to business.
Two words: s’mores. brownies. Ohhh, my goodness. Do you see how fudgy these are? It is absolutely out of this world. I really don’t know what my favorite part was about them… the extra rich chocolate flavor that cures a craving with just a tiny square? The marshmallows that melt away and leave behind their sweet flavor and chewy fudgyness? The fact that it took me maybe 10 minutes to prep and stick them in the oven? Or, the fact that this is magic made with storebought cheats? Tough choice. But, the easiest choice is yours! To make these, or not to make these? It’s fairly obvious to me what your answer should be… make them! You.will.fall.in.love. Yum.
Fudgy S’mores Brownies
adapted from Goddess of Baking
Yields: one 8×8 pan of brownies
1 family-size (13×9) box mix of fudgy brownies, plus eggs, oil, etc. called for in instructions
semisweet chocolate chips
stacker marshmallows (or just plain mini marshmallows)
Preheat oven to 325F. Grab an 8×8 baking dish and line with parchment paper, and set aside for now.
In a medium bowl, prepare brownie mix as directed. Get your prepared baking dish, and pour in about 1/3 of the brownie batter, using a spatula to make sure the whole bottom of the dish is evenly covered. Make one even layer on top of the batter with the graham crackers, followed by a layer of marshmallows, and a scant layer of chocolate chips. Top with remaining brownie batter.
Bake for about 45 minutes, until toothpick comes out sorta clean… the chocolate chips and marshmallows will make it hard to tell, but don’t overbake!
Let the brownie rest for about 10 minutes before removing from the pan, and wait at least one hour before cutting! The marshmallows make the brownie super gooey, so if you don’t wait, you will definitely regret it, not to mention you will burn your mouth. 😉