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Recipe: S'mores Treats

Hey all you fabulous readers! I hope that you are having a wonderful Tuesday!

My name is Keely and I have a special treat for you today, so make sure to thank Jennifer for letting me hang out here! You can find some more recipes over on my blog, Hairbows and Butter, hope to see you there soon!

So we all know that rice krispie treats are delicious, agreed? Well I took the idea to the next level and created for you a S'mores treat (no rice krispies needed!).

So these treats are made with Golden Grahams, butter, marshmallows and broken up Hershey's bars! How can we really go wrong here?

Let's get to it then!

S'mores treats

1 stick butter
1 1/2 bags mini marshmallows
5 cups Golden Grahams
2 Hershey's bars

Wow! Only 4 ingredients!

Before we get started make sure to grease a 9x9 pan, we want these babies to come out!

Now, in a large sauce pan, melt the stick of butter. Once the butter is melted, add in one bag of marshmallows, and stir, stir, stir! Stir until the the marshmalllows are completely melted.

Now, add in the Golden Grahams and stir until everything is well combined.

Before adding in to the pan add the pieces of the Hershey's bars.

Smush into the greased pan and let cool.

Take out of the pan and cut into 12 pieces. Enjoy!

Have a great day!



  1. Oh my goodness, these look divine!!! Stop it, woman! :) No don't, because I need to see things like this and try them at home. :) Thanks for sharing! -Mia

    1. Thanks so much! These seriously take about 10 minutes to mix together! And there's only four ingredients! So simple! Enjoy!

  2. I will have to try making them like this. Looks so much better than the microwaved mess I always end up with.

  3. These sound delicious!!! S'Mores are one of my favorite treats on the planet... WILL be making this soon!


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