Summer in PA is unpredictable.
You may think you have weekend plans for a bonfire night with the kids,
only to have Mother Nature laugh in your face.
This is when you have to improvise.
Even though you may have your heart and sweet tooth
set on a nice toasted, and melty marshmallow.
Trust me, it will be okay.
Because these dipped S'mores are not only good,
they are like crack and oh-so addicting!
Do you want to know the best part?
The amount this recipe will yield is up to you.
If you're in the mood for just one.
Then, go ahead and make just one.
But, who are we kidding?
Why in the world would we only make
* Your favorite dipping chocolate;
I used Almond bark - but any kind will work* Marshmallow fluff
* Chocolate bars
* Peanut butter
* PB baking chips
* Graham crackers -
I used these square, ready for s'more kind - they're sturdier and work the best for dipping in chocolate
Start off by smearing a thin layer of peanut butter across the graham cracker. Drop a spoonful of the marshmallow fluff onto the peanut butter and top it with some of a chocolate bar. Place another graham cracker square on top to make the sandwich.
When your sandwich or sandwiches are done being assembled, you can begin dipping them in your melted chocolate. I'm sorry about this part - but, depending on how many you want to make, you'll need to guesstimate the amount of chocolate you'll need. Although, I was able to dip a dozen sandwiches from one tray of almond bark.
Lay your dipped sandwiches on some wax paper and sit for a while until they're completely set.
(its so humid here and took about an hour to set up.)
I then melted a little of the peanut butter chips and placed it in a ziplock bag; snipping off a corner and drizzled it over the sandwiches.
OH- Em- Gee!
Is your mouth watering?