Chocolate, graham crackers and marshmallows all baked up in a fudgy, gooey brownie. What could be better?
It’s like having a campfire inside my oven.
I love a recipe that starts with chopped chocolate.
And ends in something like this.
The recipe for these is from one of my favorite cookbooks, Home Baked Comfort. At least favorite to look at anyway, because I’ve only made one other thing from it so far. But it’s one of the few books I have that I’d want to make almost everything in. Here’s the other recipe I tried out and love: Chewy Chocolate Meringues  if you want to check them out. They are way good!
Melted chocolate is so pretty to me. So smooth, shiny, warm, and the beautiful beginning of these brownies.
Heat the chocolate with butter, whisk in sugars, add eggs, vanilla and salt.
And then sift in the flour and cocoa. Hello.
So, after I added the sugars, I realized I was going to need a bigger pot. But too late for that … no turning back.
So I carefully stirred it all together and added the crushed graham crackers to the mix before spreading in a pan.
Then just top with marshmallows. I used 9 jumbo ones, but next time I think I’ll try regular size. Read the notes in the recipe below if you decide to make these. The giant amount of gooeyness from these seeped in and made the brownies take longer to bake.
But if you like gooey melt in your mouth brownies, you’ll love these.
And take a big bite.
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