Saturday, July 28, 2012

Fudgey S'more Brownies

So I have a new favorite food...

It is crumbly, crunchy, fudgey, chocolatey, and sticky-sweet.  Oh and its messy, reallll messy. So even more the excuse to lick your fingers clean. 

S'more Brownies.

Now, I thought there was nothing better than roasting a marshmallow by the fire, sticking it between two yummy grahams and a little too much chocolate...

Until I made these.

These, people, are  h e a v e n l y.

Replacing the chocolate squares with the fudgiest brownie you'll ever bite into (oh, and the best part is it is non-fat!) and smashing it between a buttery graham cracker crust and a roasted, ooey gooey marshmallow top is the best reinvention of the s'more to date.  

So go make them now! Find a reason to... and but beware... once you eat one, your'e going to be screaming for S'MORE!!

10 sheets low-fat graham crackers, crushed finely
6 TBS butter, melted
2 TBS granulated sugar
2 boxes No-Pudge! Brownies
2 oz. vanilla yogurt
1 bag marshmallows

Crush graham crackers in a plastic bag until crumbs become very fine.  Melt butter in microwavable bowl.  In a bowl, add graham cracker crumbs and sugar. Pour in melted butter.

Using a fork, mix butter into crumb and sugar mix.  

In a 13x9 in pan.  Lay tin foil down flat, leaving two flaps at edge of pan to easily remove brownies when ready to eat.  Spray foil with non-stick cooking spray.  Pour crumb mixture into pan and using your hand spread and pat down to create an even crust.

Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes or until brown.

While crust is cooking, make No-Pudge! fudge brownies according to package instructions.  (This is when you add two ounces of vanilla yogurt to the brownie mix and stir until combined.) 

  Once crust is done, pour brownie mix on top of crust.

Spread out brownie mix all over crust.

Bake according to back of brownie package, but double the baking time.  My brownie was done after baking for 40 minutes. 

Immediately place a row of marshmallows on top of brownies and place under broiler until marshmallows turn golden brown and poofy!

Enjoy! :) 

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