February 11, 2011

Valentine S'mores

 
First of all...I have to get the cute craft out of the way:)  I am made these for my boys teachers for Valentines Day this year...A cute box of chocolates.  I got a million of these tins a few years ago and am slowly using them up!  But I love them!!  You can get them here.  I just got some Hershey's Nuggets and wrapped them in some cute paper.  Then put a thick slice of paper around the tin, then a thick ribbon and a tag.  You can spruce it up how ever you want!
 Ok...now onto the treat;)  I saw these on Crazy Domestic and KNEW I had to make them!  (She has a great tutorial)  I mean...who doesn't love things in miniature?  You can pop these little guys in your mouth and eat like a million of them.  I bagged these up and gave them to teachers.  I'm all about getting sweets out of my house right away.  I let other people eat the calories for me:)
 Ok for reals!  How cute are these!  You bite into them and get graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate!  LOVE!
 You make a graham cracker crust with graham crackers and butter...freeze it and cut out little hearts.  To DIE for!
 You must put on cute sprinkles...just because.
Make these for your Valentine!  They will {{heart}} you!  Have a great weekend!

Valentine S'mores
Source: Crazy Domestic

1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup melted butter
dipping chocolate, store bought
heart shaped marshmallows



Mix melted butter and graham cracker crumbs together, spread them evenly into a foil lined 9"x13" pan, press down firmly (I used the back of a spatula) and place into the freezer for about an hour. Remove the foil from the pan and use a mini cookie cutter (mine is Wilton, found at Walmart/Michaels) to cut out heart shapes.


Dip the very bottom of the marshmallows into melted dipping chocolate and place them on top of your cut out graham cracker crust.


Wait for that to cool, I stuck mine in the freeze because I'm impatient! Then dip the whole thing back into the dipping chocolate, place it on wax paper and top with sprinkles, or decorate how ever you like!

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