I’m so excited to have Lindsey here today to feature her S’Mores Cake Bars! Lindsey is a dear friend from college who has a BEAUTIFUL family! You can visit her blog Life (and so much more) here. I just love visiting her blog for great recipes, gift giving ideas, and DIY projects! Thank you Lindsey for sharing on the blog today!!
Hey y’all! I’m Lindsey. Stay-at-home mom of two, wife to the BEST husband and just a girl trying to make life fun and yummy for my sweet family. (And enjoying every minute along the way!)
I feel so honored to be a guest here at This Hungry Mama Bakes!
Meeting at college in South Carolina, Tamara and I have know each other for more than 10 years! (How can that possibly be right?!?!)
I have loved trying her recipes and I’m grateful for the chance to share a yummy dessert with you today!
Fall recipes scream PUMPKIN, of course. But, fall just isn’t fall without a good S’more! So, in case you can’t get to a camp fire anytime soon, here’s an in-house S’more opportunity. It’s so easy to make, take and eat! I bet you have all of the needed ingredients in your pantry right now!
S’Mores Cake Bars
1 box yellow Cake mix
1 large egg
1 stick (1/2 cup) butter, softened
4-5 large graham crackers
1 heaping cup of milk chocolate chips
2 cups mini marshmallows
1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
Preheat oven to 350*. Line a 8×8 dish with foil and spray with cooking spray. Make sure you are generous with the foil (covering up all sides of dish) and generous with cooking spray. Melted marshmallow can get messy!
Mix cake mix, egg and butter in a bowl until you have a cookie dough type texture. Press 1/2 of this ‘dough’ into the bottom of your pan.
Layer your graham crackers on top. Followed by your chocolate chips and marshmallows.
Crumble the remaining cake mixture on top of the marshmallows and then pour the sweetened condensed milk over all.
Bake 30 minutes until the cake is cooked through and the top is golden brown. Let it cool in the pan for 5 minutes and then run a knife around the edges of the cake. (This will loosen the marshmallow and make removing the bars from the foil much easier!) Allow the cake to cool in the pan before removing and cutting into bars.
Enjoy! (And believe me, you will!)
(I adapted this recipe from one I found on Pinterest. You can visit the original recipe HERE.)
Thanks so much Tammy!