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Saturday, July 2, 2011

s'more stars

I am not a huge fan of s'mores, but everyone else I know does, so I wanted to try a new spin on a summer favorite!
They are SO easy, even the kids can help! Gotta love that.

Here's how you can make some, too!
1/4 cup margarine or butter
1 10 oz bag marshmallows OR you can substitute 1 7 oz jar of marshmallow creme
5-6 cups crushed graham crackers, chunky or fine

I crushed up my graham crackers with a food processor, but it's easily done by hand. Some of my pieces were a bit chunkier, and I think the for this, finer may be better. It's really your preference though.

Melt butter completely in saucepan and then add marshmallows.
Stir until marshmallows are completely melted and mixture is well blended.
You can also cook these in the microwave: melt butter in microwave-safe bowl on high 45 seconds or until melted. Add marshmallows, stir to coat them all. Microwave another 1 1/2 minutes or until marshmallows are completely melted. Stir after 45 seconds.

 These are basically Rice Krispie treats but with graham crackers instead of the cereal. Add graham crackers and mix well. Add graham crackers slowly, you may not need all the crackers you crushed.

You can then add the mixture into a greased 9x13 pan
I used a new silicone mold to make these a little more festive for the 4th of July!
Let cool.

 Pop out of mold and arrange into a pan lined with wax paper.

Melt 2 cups of milk chocolate chips in microwave (med-high for 50 seconds) or put on double boiler.
Then you can cover stars completely (you may need more chocolate to do that) or dip the tops.
Place back in pan and let cool. You could also add sprinkles for a more festive look or put it on candy sticks for the kids!

And that's IT!! Told you it was easy!
Hope you all have a great holiday weekend!

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  1. SO FUN! I need marshmallows and a star mold ASAP!!

  2. So cute! I'm with you, though. I'd rather just make them as rice crispie treats (or peanut butter rice crispie treats!) and dip them in chocolate and eat them that way. I'm going to have to find a mold (Hobby Lobby?) and do this for my family 4th of July picnic!

  3. This is awesome! We're so going to make these! Thanks!

  4. Delicious! This is my favorite play on smores yet! Thanks, thanks thanks for sharing and linking up with us ;)

  5. Looks oh so tasty!
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  6. Okay, those look INSANE!!! lol Must try that!! :) We just made s'mores on a stick today and my girls loved them. :) Thanks for linking up!

  7. Mmmmmmmm... Those look delicious!

  8. so mouth watering, i love marshmallows and thank you for sharing the recipe. yummy!

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  9. Oh yum!!
    This is a fabulous idea!
    Would you be willing to share this at our Weekly Playdate link party? This week's party is here:

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  11. My kids and husband would flip for these! And I have tons of those silicone molds... for every occasion :) I'm your newest follower coming from Savory Sunday. I would love a followback... come visit me @


  12. I would love it if you would link up to my Tuesday Confessional link party going on now: I hope to see you soon!
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  13. Yummy! Those smores stars sound just fantastic! It is so cute that you made them into stars. Have a wonderful day!

    PS- I host a recipe swap every Wednesday and I'd love for you to come by and show off a recipe or 2 :)

  14. Those look great! I'll have to bookmark that! Found you @ Tip Junkie :)

  15. I'm glad that you decided to get over the 'not into s'more thing' to make these!!! They are so cute too! Visiting from Tip Junkie

  16. found this on i heart naptime. looks a lot like our recipe here

    yum yum

  17. MMM these look yummy!

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  18. Yummy! I featured this on my blog Scout Mom.

  19. Oh, these look good! I'm a huge s'mores fan and I'm going to have to try this. I wonder if they would be good with Golden Grahams. Hmmm...=)

  20. Thanks for linking up to Tuesday Confessional this week! You were featured, so grab a button and get your brag on!
    I can't wait to see what you wow us with next week.

  21. We are featuring these yummies on our blog tomorrow! Don't forget to grab our button and of course brag about it!! ;)

  22. These look like so much fun!!
    Thank you so much for sharing this @ {nifty thrifty sunday} last week as well!

  23. Thanks for including these in our Weekly Playdat at Beneath the Rowan Tree!
    I am featuring them on this week's link party and you are welcome to come and snag a featured button :)


  24. I love it when the kids are able to join in the fun... and this is ideal. They look scrumptous!

  25. This is such a great idea! I love the star molds. I'm featuring your recipe tomorrow on my blog.


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