S’mores Fudge

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Love s’mores? Me too! Whether it’s roasted marshmallows over a campfire or baking them into a cupcake version, I’ll never turn down a s’mores in any form. For the latest edition of Pink Magazine, I created an easy and oh so delicious S’mores Fudge.

S'mores Fudge Recipe

S'mores Fudge Recipe

S’mores Fudge:

There’s no baking required for these s’mores – just a few minutes on the stovetop then a couple of hours in the fridge before slicing into squares. Now I know it’s going to be hard to NOT dig into the fudge before those two hours are up so here’s a list of things you can do while you wait:

  • paint your nails (it’s hard to slice fudge when you’re trying not to squish freshly painted nails)
  • clean the bathrooms (you’re not going to want to go anywhere near the kitchen when you’re scrubbing toilets)
  • go out for a walk (burn some calories and make room for s’mores fudge)
  • go to bed early (you could always set your alarm for 12am – midnight snack time!)

S'mores Fudge Recipe

I apologize in advance because once you start eating the fudge, it’s going to be hard to stop. Best solution for not eating the entire pan of fudge yourself? Share with a friend. This s’mores fudge is great for a bake sale or holiday baking exchange. It freezes well so you can set some aside for when you have surprise guests pop by. The freezer won’t harden the fudge so when the craving strikes, go ahead and sneak a piece. Feel free to hide in the pantry so you don’t have to share with the rest of your family…no judgement here.

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