S’mores Bars

Click here for printable S’mores Bars recipe

Ain’t that the berries?! Well these are not your typical campfire s’mores treat, they’re much much better but just as easy! My good friend Reid actually forwarded me this recipe that he found, and since I basically trust him with my life, I knew I had to try it out. He found the recipe from StumbleUpon, and the original recipe is from Betty Crocker can be found here.

These were incredible right after they were done, but after being stored a day or two, they still tasted good being warmed up in the microwave a little bit!

All for you Reido, xoxoxo, Bonnie would be proud.


About Mary Kate

Hey Ya'll! My name is Mary Kate DuBard, I was born and raised in South Carolina, and I have wonderful parents and two older brothers. I'm currently living in Atlanta and attending Georgia Tech; I'm a junior majoring in Industrial Engineering and minoring in Spanish. I'm on the track and field and cross country teams here as well. I love everything outdoors, traveling, being with friends, laughing, anything sweet, and BAKING. My favorite part of any meal has always been dessert, and I grew up with my grandmother's perfect pecan pie and banana pudding. Since high school, I have loved to bake and throughout college, I have especially branched out, baking several times a week and enjoying the adventures of trying new recipes. My hope is to eventually run my own bakery someday! I decided to start a little blog to document my baking endeavors and allow my friends and family to keep up with my sweet tooth.
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