Edited to add recipe link - Here Ya Go
This post is EXTREMELY LATE!! I made this delish baked good back around 4th of July!! YIKES Super over due but I've been a busy bee! Right after 4th of July I spent many hours at work cause we were leaving for vacation the next week!!
Oh yes vacation was AMAZING! I'll make sure to post pictures and get you all updated on that asap!!
Until then let's explore the AMAZING Smore Pie recipe I made!
Gather up the necessities: Baking Powder, Flour, Sugar, Butter, Egg, Marshmallow Creme, Brown Sugar, Hershey Chocolates (2 King Size), Vanilla, Salta, and Graham Crackers!
Right from the get go you get to have some fun by smashing the crap out of some crackers!
Before the beating
And after they have been pulverized!
Toss them into a bowl with your flour and baking powder and salt.
In a separate bowl combine your butter, sugar, and brown sugar.
Whip those sugars and butters, then add in your egg! And continue to whisk away!
Then gradually add in your cracker/flour mixture!
Once that's done, spray a pie pan with nonstick spray!
Then press 1/2 of your above mixture into the bottom of the pan. Add your Hershey's, you will need to break them up and make them fit around the pie pan. I even ended up getting an extra square of chocolate to eat as a teaser :-)
Next carefully spread your marshmallow creme over the chocolate bars. Do NOT just melt marshmallows, you need to use a creme or fluff for this! After you've spread the creme then spread the remainder of your cracker crust over the top. And pop your pie in the oven!
Umm delish looking right?
This was PHENOMENAL!! I am a huge lover of Smore's and this little pie is an absolutely amazing alternate! It was so easy and it really is worth every single fat and calorie in it!! It's best right after it's been baked when it's still warm, but even the next day when you go in for your 2nd (or 3rd) slice you can just pop it in the microwave for 10 seconds and you've got warmed up goodness!!
Technically this is a recipe for Smore Bars and you put them in an 8x8 pan but I just threw out our 8x8 pan and haven't had time to replace it. But hey the pie pan worked just as well and who cares what it's baked in as long as I get to consume the final result :)
As soon as I can find the recipe online again I'll make sure to link it because this is a MUST TRY for anyone who has ever enjoyed a Smore. I promise to get the exact recipe up here for you all!