Saturday, October 25, 2008

Halloween treats!

I have a couple of Halloween treats to share!

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I will have step-by-step instructions on this as well as the little box that I had shown in an earlier post in tomorrow's post. More information on the organization folder will be posted soon too for those who have been emailing me!

The second is one that you can bake and eat!

Ooey Gooey S’mores Bars
1 14oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk (I use Dulce de leche)
1 package of small marshmallows
1 package of milk chocolate chips
2 pkgs graham cracker (crush well) in a large ziplock bag
1 package graham cracker (crush well) in separate ziplock bag
1 stick sweet unsalted butter

Melt butter into 13x9 pan.
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Pour ziplock bag with 2 pkgs of graham cracker crumbs over the butter. Spread well.
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Next, add a layer of milk chocolate chips. Then the marshmallows.
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Then the last bag of graham cracker crumbs.
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Drizzle the dulche de leche all over the top.
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Bake at 350 degrees for about 18 minutes.
Take care not to burn the chocolate. It is done when the marshmallows are browned.
Loosen the edges once you take it out of the oven.
Let it cool completely before cutting it into squares.
Store in airtight containers in the fridge if there are any left overs. :)

I put a copy of the recipe on some Pumpkin Pie cardstock and tied it on with some Tangerine Tango ribbon. The s'mores bars are SO ooey and gooey that I put them on a slab of graham cracker before putting into the bags.

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This recipe was found on SCS, contributed by Mirabella on "Simple but yummy goodies for stamp camps".

Cheers!
Jane

11 comments:

Carolina said...

Jane - what treat a creative share and a yummy share...perfect way to end my Saturday! Love what you did with the box and thanks for the recipe...must give it a try soon.

a message from gillyflower said...

what a great treat
yummy
gill

Laurel said...

This looks easy and yummy, I just printed out the recipe and will be trying it soon!

Christine said...

I can't wait to try this!!!
I also can't wait to see your directions for your treat boxes!
TFS! :)

CountessLaurie said...

ooooh, this looks sooo yummy!!! i want some now!!!

Maylee said...

Yummy!

Anthonette said...

Hi Jane,
What a cool acetate gift box!

I've never seen that recipe before. I've got to try it!

Thanks for coming to my blog. I will definitely make time to come see you at Memories Live On. I've never been to that store. Ten years ago I used to live in Sunnyvale a few minutes from that area.

Carla said...

These are such wonderful projects! The box and the treatbags are great favors! You picture is lovely, you have such a beautiful smile!!

Joni (kix) said...

It's been awhile since I've been by, and I see you've been very busy! I love all your cute halloween projects. It's great to see you blogging again!

StinkerbellSteph said...

Yummy, Yummy! Need some for my tummy ;) Super cute boxes!!

Teri said...

Sounds like I need to make this yummy treat!!