S'mores made easier

Yes, this is what crack in a pan looks like.
Yes, this is what crack in a pan looks like.

I've discovered legal crack in a pan

I'm all about sitting around a campfire roasting marshmallows and letting melted chocolate run all over my fingers between two delicious graham crackers and devouring it all! It's the best kind of comfort food around. But S'mores don't have to be campfire food strictly. I've found a way to have this delicious treat at home all year round. And you don't know how happy it makes this girl.

What you will need to get your fix (the ingredients)

1/4 C. Corn Syrup

1 full box of Graham Cracker Cereal (try not to just eat the cereal first, it was hard for me not to)

1 10oz bag of Kraft Jet-Puffed Mini Marshmallows

1 24oz bag of Nestle Semi-Sweet chocolate chips

Let's get started making this delicious treat NOW

First, get yourself a very large mixing bowl and just dump that box of Golden Grahams right in. That's right, just dump it in. Now set it aside and grab yourself a decent size pot and turn the burner heat on low. Pour in your 1/4 C. of Corn syrup in the pan along with only a little more than half of the marshmallows (leave about a 1/4 of them off to the side, you will need them towards the end) and your full bag of chocolate chips. Continuously stir your mixture of Corn Syrup, Marshmallows and chocolate chips until all combined and runny. Now quickly pour that mixture over top of the Golden Grahams and stir like crazy before the chocolate hardens. Once your Grahams are coated, pour in the remaining marshmallows and stir some more. Once everything is coated well and mixed together set it aside and get yourself a pan. Take some butter and coat the bottom of the pan so nothing sticks. Now take your "crack" and flatten it into the pan. Now just wait a few minutes to let it cool down and harden some and ENJOY!!!!!

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