Recipes For My Boys: S'more Brownie Truffles

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

S'more Brownie Truffles

I haven't been feeling like myself lately and didn't even think about making anything for the boys classes for the last day of school before Thanksgiving.....Today.  Until last night!

My oldest wanted me to make S'more Brownies.  I used a store bought mix, added graham crackers and marshmallows.  Once they were baked,  I decided to do something different with them..   So,  I told him I would buy donuts for his classroom and we went off to bed.

I woke up at 5 this morning and decided to make more brownies for his classroom and also started thinking about the S'more ones I made last night.  I would make truffles out of at 5 o'clock this morning, armed with coffee and melted candy, I proceeded to make S'more Brownie Truffles.  I finished enough of them to send some and also the brownies I made this morning, to school with him.

I took the twins to school, came home and finished making theirs.  They made chex mix and paper cornucopias to put it in, last night.  <3  The truffles are easy to make and evidently really good also...there wasn't any left.  ;D

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S'more Brownie Truffles

 your favorite brownie recipe or brownie mix
ingredients to make brownies if using mix
1 - 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
3 - 4 graham crackers, broken into very small pieces
almond bark or melts

finely chopped nuts
anything you and/or your child wishes

Make brownie mix according to directions.  
Add marshmallows and broken graham cracker pieces.  
Cook as directed, getting out of oven as soon as toothpick comes out clean.  
Let cool enough to handle.  
Scoop up with a teaspoon or tablespoon.
Shape into balls.
Put in refrigerator to take the chill off of them.  Like room temperature.
Or, just wait until I did.  ;D
Melt almond bark or melts.
Roll balls in melted candy.
You can add sprinkles, finely chopped nuts, coconut...anything you, or your child, fancies, instead of the candy melts.  Or, in addition to.
Place on wax paper to dry.

To store, make certain they are completely dry.  
Place in an airtight container on wax paper.  Adding another layer of wax paper if stacking.  
Can be kept in the refrigerator for 1 week or in the freezer for 3-4 months.

Enjoy!  <3 and Hugs!


Mary Keelan Williams said...

Wow...those look incredible!

Anonymous said...

Debi, these look great! I'm sharing these babies. xxx

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