5 Reviews

Make this all the time, yummy

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SB6 July 18, 2014

very easy treat to use up camp-out leftovers! I chopped up regular sized marshmallows and they were still great.

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zephanie March 18, 2010

These are so tasty! Instead of chocolate bars I used semi-sweet chips - for ease and also because I prefer darker chocolate. I also used half honey grahams and half cinnamon grahams. I just dished out onto wax paper instead of into paper muffin cups so mine are probably slightly bigger than intended (I got 23). I will be making these again, for sure. Thanks Marg!

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flower7 January 10, 2010

My six year old could almost make these alone (I melted the chocolate and did the final stirring). I also used regular size muffin cups and the recipe made a dozen- I do think the mini ones would be easier to eat, though. This was a fun, tasty project for us to make together. Thanks!

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pedspeech March 14, 2008

I gave this 5 stars. Oh this is so great. I make indoor smores in the winter when craving a smores. My 4 yrs old newphew and I tried this recipe as it sounds just as good as a smores and it was. The best part is no mess like smores. I cut the recipe in half. I didn't have mini muffin cup liners so I used regular size muffin cup liners. This gave me 6 large clusters. We will have these again during the winter. Thanks for posting a yummy mess free recipe. Christine (internetnut)

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internetnut August 30, 2007
Easy S'more Clusters - Indoor S'mores