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.
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.
Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of little Indiana.com. More than a website, little Indiana is a PBS segment on the state-wide program "The Weekly Special," a bi-weekly column in a local newspaper, and soon to be a book! Look for "little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" published by Indiana University Press in early 2016--just in time for Indiana's BIG 200th Birthday Celebration! Jessica Nunemaker is happy to speak about small towns, creating community, or Indiana tourism at your next event, large or small.