Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Pinterest Bosses Me Around in the Kitchen Too


I'm linking up today with Mel at The Larson Lingo for her annual cookie exchange!

And with Schue Love for Christmas Cheer to the Blogosphere!
Holiday

This cookie doesn't "look" Christmassy.
But it is.
Why?
Because it will bring you joy.
Yep, this cookie can bring you actual joy.
 
 I'm telling you, you guys won't be the same after this cookie.
At least your waist won't be.  
But don't worry.
People will like you more after you feed them this cookie. 
So, you might be chunkier....but you will be everybody's favorite friend...
so you won't really care about the extra poundage.

These are SO easy and SO FLIPPING GOOD
They are crunchy, chewy, sweet, and melty (it's totally a word).
That's a good combo for a cookie.
I found these on Pinterest last summer and I made them the same day I found them.
Just look at them!


My friend Shay blogged about them HERE.
If you're not a baker, don't worry! You're basically just layering ingredients.

Shopping List
Graham crackers
 marshmallows
refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough
Hershey chocolate

Preheat oven to 375 degrees

Lay graham cracker squares side by side on baking sheet.
  
Place 2 tablespoons of dough on each graham cracker square. 
 Press dough down so that it adheres to the cracker.

Bake for 5 minutes.

Remove from oven and top each cookie with several marshmallows (4 or 5), pushing them into the dough as well.  Or...there are now these really cook stackable marshmallows that would be PERFECT for this recipe.


Bake for 5 more minutes or until cookie looks brown around the edges and the marshmallows are nice and gooey.  
I actually cranked the oven up to broil for a couple of seconds, and watched the marshmallows closely.  I removed them as soon the marshmallows got some color on them.
Remove and press one Hershey rectangle into each "cookie". 
Cool on wire rack and enjoy.

Another great thing about this recipe is how easily you can adapt it.
Got a craving, and just want one for youself? Easy.  Just assemble one.
(And let's just be honest, you might as well make 2. Let's not kid ourselves here.)
Have people coming over?
Make a couple dozen!

Thanks Mel for hosting the cookie exchange!
(Shay and I have become bloggy friends with Mel..and we LOVE her.  
We text up a storm, and we are even exchanging Christmas cards! 
 You should be totally jealous of our friendship.
Our texts are hilarious. 
We are a laugh riot.)
;) 
And thanks Schue Love!

And if you need present inspiration for just about anybody in your life....
great ideas for you, all the ladies in your life, even your man.....
go HERE!

You can like me on facebook HERE.
You can follow me on Pinterest HERE.

Now go and make these cookies...and make friends in the process.
And you maybe want to swing by Target for an extra pair of elastic wasted pants. 
They might come in handy.
Just sayin'. 

One more thing.
These sales end TODAY (12/13/2012)!
 So, if you wanna shop around for others...or yourself (just keeping it real)...
 go to GAP (click HERE), Banana (click HERE), and Old Navy Click HERE)! 
You've only got 48 hours....so GO....SHOP!

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8 comments:

  1. I think everyone needs some stretchy pants around the holidays or they could just workout so they don't put on any holiday weight.

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  2. How timely! It's annual Christmas Baking night at my house. This recipe looks so easy, I might put it into the mix.

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  3. Mmmmm, yum! Super easy and quick. I think I'll be making these this weekend!

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  4. Oh my gosh..are you kidding me with these cookies?!?!?! Amazing.
    Totally making these for a cookie exchange I have TOMORROW. Since we ate all the cookies that I posted.

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  5. those look really good, Sheaffer! I like that they're individual cookies, because s'mores bars are usually hard to cut evenly/not-messily!
    floralandfudge

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  6. Those are ridiculous...so yummy!!! It's only 10 and I'm starving and craving chocolate...thanks a lot!!

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  7. You had me a s'more!! Totally featuring these on Friday!! Thanks for linking up and the great inspiration!!

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I would of course love to hear what you think! As long as it is super sweet.....and maybe a little sassy. Sheaffer :)

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