White Chocolate Dipped Smores on a Stick
I needed to come up with something to make for our neighborhood association’s fall bake sale and racked my brain long and hard. I was told to make Rice Krispie treats because they sell well and are well received.
Of course, I made what I was asked but also created something different too. I’m a lover of white chocolate during the Christmas holiday season – I enjoy coating everything in the white goodness thus my thoughts turned to how about trying a fall campfire favorite with my favorite holiday chocolate?
I made up a batch using the traditional recipe off the Rice Krispie box and added plenty of yellow and green, Green Bay Packer colored sprinkles and let them set up.
Figured, since we live in Green Bay, everyone would appreciate the extra touch. I cut them into individual treats and wrapped them in plastic wrap.
After I was finished with my original task, I looked through the pantry to see what else I could make. I wanted something sweet. Something that whispered fall and something that I had all the ingredients in the house for.
We always have the stuff to make Smores for the kids around the backyard firepit. I also had white chocolate, it is my home staple and a fall leaf sprinkle combo. So, I decided to make white chocolate dipped smores. Smores scream summer and fall.
1 full chocolate bar for every 6 smores
1 package of graham crackers per 6 ct smores
White dipping chocolate
Bag of mini marshmallows
Microwave safe plate
1.) Break apart the graham crackers on the score lines.
2.) Break the chocolate bar into two’s.
3.) Place four graham crackers on a microwave-safe plate and add 8 mini marshmallows on top of each one.
Microwave the cracker/marshmallow combination for 12 seconds. Remove from microwave. The marshmallows are puffy. Add your two pieces of chocolate and press an additional cracker on top.
While the smores are freezing, melt white chocolate over low heat with a teaspoon of vegetable oil. Remove the smores from the freezer and dip them into the melted chocolate. Sprinkle the smores with your choice of decorations. Place them onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper and return them to the freezer for 5 minutes to cool and harden them.
I had to try one. Oh my goodness! They are wonderful. Each of my family members each had one, OK truth be told, one member had two because they couldn’t stop at just one.
Everyone agreed, they wouldn’t last long at the bake sale. And, they didn’t. All were sold within the first 15 minutes.