You've likely had both s'mores and fudge, but would you have ever dreamed of having them in the same dessert recipe? If not, you're in for a real treat with this easy dessert recipe for S’mores Fudge complete with a graham cracker crust and a fluffy marshmallow topping. This is a really easy recipe for fudge candy that everyone will love, even if it's not summertime and the s'mores are being made. This easy recipe for fudge candy can be made any time of year, maybe especially in those times when you're craving a little taste of summer. The chocolate fudge portion of this recipe is right in between the yummy layers of marshmallow and graham cracker making for the perfect s'more flavour in one tiny bite-sized piece of fudge. You can even dip the finished fudge in more graham cracker crumbs like Lisa from Wine And Glue does. All you need for this simple recipe for fudge candy s'more style are some graham cracker crumbs, sugar, milk chocolate chips, vanilla, sweetened condensed milk, marshmallow fluff and dark or milk chocolate chips.
Each layer of the easy dessert is made one at a time and then layered to create the magical s'more fudge. Lisa has a great tip when it comes to measuring the marshmallow fluff since it can create a sticky mess usually. You can eyeball it by scooping it out with a spoon instead of putting it in a measuring cup, but just make sure you use just over a half a cup of it, so you get the marshmallow flavour. If you use closer to a cup of it, it might become too runny so be careful. You can even try out a simple trick by coating the inside of a measuring cup with some coconut oil and then add in the marshmallow fluff to the cup. This way the fluff won't stick to the inside of the cup as much as it would without the oil. Plus coconut oil has a nice buttery flavour to it anyhow. Otherwise, you could just use butter if you wanted to. If you're interested in experimenting with different ingredients, you could try making this recipe vegan by using vegan marshmallows, coconut milk and some vegan chocolate chips. It may require some work to get it to the right consistencies, but it would be fun to try a vegan version of this too.
Fudge is a recipe that's been around since the late 1800s and was originally made by a woman in the US. In the early 1900s, fudge recipes made their way around women's colleges in the US, and different variations of the recipe were created. Since then, many different flavours of fudge have developed including fudge that is flavoured like pumpkin spice, mint chocolate and even Reese's peanut butter cups. Now there is even s'mores flavour with this easy dessert recipe. S'mores are another recipe that became more popular in the early 1900s with the Girl Scouts being the first to create them. The first public sharing of the recipe was found in a recipe book by the Campfire Smores company around the 1920s. It was called the Graham Cracker Sandwich. Later on, it was found in a Girl Scouts magazine where the dessert recipe was called Some More, and it was later shortened to S'mores as we call them today. If you and your family love s'mores, this recipe is one of the easy desserts you have to try out or make for fun. Try out this and other great easy desserts from Lisa at Wine and Glue and check out some of her other great meal ideas too.***
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