Crispy S'more Treats

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Even the all-American sweet treat, the s'more, can stand a makeover.  This is like a gourmet rice krispie treat!  Here, it is transformed into a new fun shape with the Scalloped Bread Tube.
Ingredients
2.5 cups cocoa-flavored sweetened rice cereal
6 whole (about 5x2 in.) graham crackers, coarsely chopped
3 Tbsp butter or margarine
2 Tbsp packed brown sugar
3.5 cups miniature marshmallows, divided
3/4 cup milk chocolate morsels
 
Directions
1. Place lid on bottom of Scalloped Bread Tube; spray with
butter flavored nonstick cooking spray. Place cereal in Classic Batter Bowl. Coarsely chop graham crackers using Food Chopper; add to cereal and set aside.
2. In Professional (4qt) Casserole, melt butter with brown sugar over low heat, stirring occasionally using Mix N Scraper. Add 2.5 cups of the marshmallows; stir until melted. Remove casserole from heat. Add cereal mixture, stir until well coated. Stir in remaining 1 cup marshmallows.
3. Using Large Scoop sprayed with nonstick cooking spray,
immediately place a few scoops of cereal mixture in bread tube; press mixture evenly with Tart Shaper. Repeat to fill bread tube. Cool completely.
4. Remove lid from bread tube. Push mixture out onto Cutting Board; cut crosswise into 1/2 inch slices using Serrated Bread Knife.
5. Microwave chocolate morsels in Small Micro-Cooker, uncovered, on HIGH 1 minute, stirring every 15 seconds, until chocolate is melted and smooth. Pour chocolate into small resealable plastic food storage bag; twist top of bag and secure. Cut a small tip off corner of bag. Decorate treats with chocolate; let stand until set.
 
Notes:
This recipe is taken from a Pampered Chef cookbook, and I do not have the Scalloped Bread Tube, so instead I used a 9x13 cake pan to put the mixture into. Let it cool, take out of the pan and place on a cutting board, then cut into squares with a serrated knife.
Categories:
Dish   DessertPrep Time   15 to 30 minutes




Nicki Scheck

Member since Mar 2008

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