Wednesday, August 10, 2011

S'mores...in a jar!


Did you know that August 10th is 
National S'mores Day? :-) 


How about celebrating this year with some 
S'mores in a Jar?


In a one quart mason jar layer -

1 1/2 cups of graham cracker crumbs
1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 1/2 cups miniature marshmallows


Use a cute ribbon to tie on the instructions.


Yummy!


Campfire s'mores goodness...


in a jar!

8 comments:

Ladybug's Mom said...

They look delicious! I noticed that there are pieces of a Hershey bar in there, do you add that in addition to the chocolate chips, or do you replace some of the chips with the chocolate bar pieces?

Bec - Farmers Wife said...

Never heard of "S'mores" before but what a fantastic idea in the jar, could give them as presents.

Perhaps you could show a picture of the cooked product???? Just to see what they look like.

aprons & Old lace said...

I love s'mores. They are so gooey and delicious. I love your S'mores in a jar so simple because you don't have to build the campfire to have the traditional treat. :)

aprons & Old lace

Kathy C said...

You never cease to amaze me.

Annesphamily said...

I need to make these! What a fun gift! I am a s'mores girl! Thanks for sharing! Anne

Mrs. H. said...

Ladybug's Mom, yes, I thought it would look cute to have the candy bar pieces around the outside. I still used the 1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips, too.

Bec-Farmers Wife, s'mores are a campfire treat. You take a roasted marshmallow and sandwich it between two graham crackers with a bit of chocolate. Very warm and yummy. You can make them in the microwave, too. I'm sorry I can't add a picture of the finished product...they got eaten too fast!

shel487 said...

Do you know what the recipe would be for a pint size mason jar? Would I just use half the amount of crackers/marshmallows/chocolate? What about the butter and vanilla?

Great idea, thanks!! :)

Patricia Rashid said...

I' confused. Do you pour the butter mixture over chocolate pieces and marshmallows then bake?
I am giving these as a gift so I would like to make instructions as clear as possible.