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56 Responses to “S’More Than A Feeling”

  1. Carly Says:

    Love it! Trying this tomorrow!

  2. Mallorea541 Says:

    I LOVE THIS AND WILL TRY IT AT THE NEXT POSSIBLE INSTANCE.

  3. Cris E. Says:

    Sounds delicious! I think I’ll surprise my fiance with these when she comes home from work one evening…

  4. Sior Says:

    You really should post what game it is you’re playing. Looks interesting (though seeing as I’m not a PC gamer, I likely won’t be able to anyway… sad face).

  5. LewdPrude Says:

    Mouth watering; help me.

  6. JJ Lester Says:

    Sounds super tasty. Can’t wait to give it a try. Do you think you’d be able to add mulitpule layers? Like two of marshmallow and peanut butter? Or would the cup not be big enough.
    @Sior The game is Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon. It’s written in the notes section at the end.

  7. Aidan Says:

    I knew today was gonna be a good day!

  8. Bryan Says:

    That looks awesome! Gotta try it.

  9. dnana Says:

    Best peanut butter cups EVAH! Thanks!

  10. Laurel Says:

    Love the Arrested Development reference. Oh, and the recipe.

  11. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie Says:

    I love how you write up the recipes, never seen that before and it’s really fun. Helps that this recipe sounds delicious too.

  12. Angie Says:

    Awesome!!

  13. Miller Says:

    The kids are going to love this for a snack tonight. Well done, Sir!

  14. Jenn Says:

    Mcfaddy is happy. Will be making this in the near future.

  15. kip Says:

    @Sior, its obviously farcry 3 blood dragon which is a stand alone farcry 3 dlc (don’t need the full game). it is on the psn, xbla, and i do believe for windows

  16. James Says:

    I love how you always put an interesting spin on the basics. I never would’ve gotten this creative with s’mores on my own. Thanks!

  17. flowerpoop Says:

    bad ass man!

  18. Chino Says:

    Awesome, man!

  19. Kirsten Guerra Says:

    Sweet Far Cry 3 screen shot. I was wondering why it looked so familiar.

    Genius idea! Can’t wait to make them. :)

  20. Daniel Says:

    Awesome recipe, dude! :)
    Now I’m going to make one.
    Sweet Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon screenshot, too!

  21. Lizzie Says:

    Totally doing this and using nutella instead of peanut-butter

  22. Essa Says:

    “But all I heard was “blah blah blah…””
    LMAO. GREAT recipe and SO entertaining. Keep ‘em coming!

  23. kat Says:

    Dark chocolate is easy to melt smoothly as long as you use the bar form broken into chunks and not the chip form! The chips usually have more additives than bars. Just melt the chocolate in chunk form, let it cool a little and then warm it up a tiny bit again to temper it.

  24. Dave Says:

    You shouldn’t use a double boiler for melting chocolate. It’s a good method if you need to dip a lot of things in chocolate (Like those graham crackers), but if you’re melting it to pour in a mold then you should use the microwave or an oven set to about 150-170F, as long as you take it out and stir it often it won’t overheat.

    Water has a chance to seize chocolate, making it gritty and unusable for molding, like the cups. I also just think a plastic bowl and the microwave are generally faster than trying to work with keeping the double boiler temperate.

    A fondue pot can also work, but it’s also generally more work than it is worth.

  25. Rob Says:

    JJ: You can make as many layers as your heart desires. Not enough cup space? Get a bigger cup. Post pictures of your three-foot-wide s’mores cup on Reddit.

  26. Sheila Says:

    @Rob
    OMG I CAN TOTALLY SEE MAKING A GIANT ONE OF THESE IN AN ICE CREAM BUCKET! It could be, idk, a cake of some sort!

  27. Silka Says:

    Imagine how divine this would be made with Nuttella instead of peanut butter… mmmmmm…

  28. EatingEverything Says:

    @silka
    yes. Let the magic begin.

    Also, I think thin mint cookies would make an epic replacement for the graham crackers. They’re delicious and already round!

  29. smeggedoff Says:

    For people in the UK I hear Digestive Biscuits are comparable to Graham Crackers, Though I’ve never tried the latter.
    And big supermarkets like ASDA stock marshmallow fluff these days.
    Good luck!

    Gonna try these out on payday I think.

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  31. Gia Says:

    While it strays from tradition, what about a nilla wafer so that you don’t have to shape the graham cracker?

  32. goodlookincook Says:

    Dude! your a legend, this is super rad. keep on keepin.

  33. Blaine Says:

    How has no one lauded the return of Calrissian Smooth?!

  34. WallaWallaWanda Says:

    Is there a preferred method for fashioning the graham crackers into circles?

  35. Nikki Says:

    Love it! The hardest part is melting the chocolate. I would advise getting the marshmallow, peanutbutter, grahmcracker “sandwiches” ready beforehand, so you aren’t pressed for time or have to re-melt the chocolate.

  36. Nikki Says:

    Oh, And I used a large shotglass as a cookie cutter for my grahmcrackers

  37. Vaughn Knapp Says:

    like the sliced marshmallow idea!howz about broiling them with a creme brulee torch then putting them in the middled of the cups. and no peanut butter!
    Thanks man

  38. Patrick Says:

    I like Vaughn’s idea, if you want to make it taste s’more like a real s’more.

    If you don’t have a creme broulee or kitchen torch, a cigarette lighter will work just as well. Impale the marshmallow on a two-pronged meat fork (with wooden or plastic handle) and hold in one hand while using the lighter to torch the marshmallow in the other hand. Might take longer, but just as effective.

    Another idea: If you don’t want to cut graham crackers, you can just smash them up into crumbs and use a teaspoon or tablespoon for each cup. Place the graham crackers in a Ziploc bag, seal up the bag, releasing all the air, place on the kitchen counter or table, and using a rolling pin, meat mallet, or sledgehammer, take out all your anger towards your boss/ex/neighbor/kid/etc. on the graham crackers.

  39. Zach Says:

    Great recipe. Keep up the good work. And bonus points for the Arrested Development reference. NO TOUCHING!!

  40. Chris Says:

    You should mix powdered sugar with the peanut butter prior to making the “s’more cups”. It gives it that unmistakable candied Reese’s flavor.

  41. Trish Says:

    awesome twist on these treats…. i actually made this years ago, but without the peanut butter: http://www.umami-quest.blogspot.com/2009/11/updated-recipe-inside-out-smores.html
    also, mine got “honorable mention” on chow.com’s chocolate dessert challenge: http://www.chow.com/contests/chocolate-desserts

    i imagine yours is better with peanut butter tho!!

  42. Stefan Says:

    Seems easy enough.
    TO THE KITCHEN!!

  43. Chris Caldwell Says:

    Panel 3 is a perfect description of most of my interactions with people.

  44. George Sr. Says:

    Ahhhh Arrested Development meme. That made me giggle. Keep up the good work sir.

  45. Catherine Says:

    Okay, I know it was super awesome that you used mugs and such to hold the shape of the liners, but you should totes email me an address of some sort so I can send you a muffin tin. Dead serious. cirving808@gmail.com

  46. Steph Says:

    omg! I can’t wait to try this. The kids and husband are going to love it!! I don’t like peanut butter so for myself, i’m going to try nutella. Did I mention I love this site? Love it!!!

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  48. Eric Says:

    The best part about this page is the arrested development reference: “NO TOUCHING!”

  49. mel Says:

    SWEET PISSING JESUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  50. Adam Says:

    Recipe question: you say to use marshmallow “fluff” while the picture shows marshmallow “cream”. Big, BIG difference here. Can they be used interchangeably or should we stick with the “cream”. By the way(for those asking) Marshmallow FLUFF is NOTHING LESS than, light and fluffy food for heavenly creatures. A blissful delight that NO man, woman, or child should be deprived of enjoying. If you have to ask what it is, I’ll be inclined to pray for your sole!

  51. dennis Says:

    we need them 10000 or more in here !

  52. RageMaster Says:

    Will you marry me?

  53. ATasteOfMadness Says:

    Oh my goodness, this looks fantastic!! I have GOT to make this!

  54. Youngblood! Says:

    Gonna make this for my lady tomorrow!

    PS. Xbox 1 or PS4?

  55. Christine Says:

    We just made this tonight. They’re -amazing-. It’s hard to keep things from touching the edges but it’s not that hard to work around that. It’s super easy, took less than half an hour. Thanks!

  56. Heidi Says:

    The best part of this recipe is the Arrested Development reference, just sayin.

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