There is nothing easier to make than a S’more–but these S’mores Cookies Recipe, though only slightly more work, don’t require a campfire! I absolutely love s’mores. I could eat them all day long. But I’m not exactly starting a campfire every time the mood strikes. You know how our weather can be in Indiana: drought on year, too much rain the next! Either one makes campfires impossible. So, the next time you are rained out or just feel like a taste of childhood, turn to this incredible, yet easy, recipe for s’mores cookies. Rained out or fire hazards? Turn to this AWESOME S'more Cookie #Recipe! Click To Tweet
Soft and chewy, they are irresistible when eaten while still warm from the oven. It is impossible to only eat one (or two or four, whatev). I don’t know what it is about them, but they are the most awesome thing when they are warm. When they cool down? They are STILL awesome! Now that’s a good cookie. Of course, our boys readily agreed. They enjoyed helping to unwrap the chocolate kisses and then, very carefully, they helped place them in the middle of the still-warm cookie. Mmm! Irresistible.
What could be more fun to bring to carry-ins or the annual neighborhood block party than these tasty little bites of childhood baked right in your very own oven? Nothing! They add a fun air, are easy to transport once they have cooled down completely, and make a cute addition to any dessert tray for a holiday or a special occasion. That’s a win/win for any home baker. This came from a Midwest Living magazine.
S’Mores Cookies Recipe
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