Oven S’mores Remix

We have a ton of leftover Halloween candy at our house because we got way fewer trick or treaters than we were hoping for. Staring at our plastic pumpkin filled with fun-size goodness is oh so tempting, but even if we were to keep picking out a few pieces every day we’d still have a ton of candy way into the new year. I’m assuming I am not the only one with this problem! Here is a fun and simple recipe to use up some of that Halloween candy and create a dessert that can be shared with your family, co-workers, and friends…pretty much anything to get it out of your house and away from your belly.

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Introducing Oven S’mores Remix addition! I actually made these for the first time a few years ago when I was craving s’mores, but it was the middle of the winter and I was lacking the traditional big marshmallows and Hershey’s bars. I use honey graham crackers, whatever Halloween candy is left over (I used Snickers, Milky Way, Twix, Peppermint Patty, and PB Snickers), and mini marshmallows. Place the graham crackers split in half top down on a baking sheet, place 9 mini marshmallows on one half, candy on the other, and bakes on 275 degrees for 10 minutes. I cut the candy bars in thirds so they melt more evenly. As soon as I remove them from the oven I place the marshmallow half on the chocolate half and you have yourself a gooey s’mores mess without the campfire!

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Ingredients:
Graham Crackers, halved
Mini Marshamallows
Candy Bars

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
2. Place graham cracker halves top side down on ungreased baking sheet.
3. Place 9 mini marshmallows on one of the graham cracker halves.
4. Place cut candy bars on other graham cracker half.
5. Bake for 10 minutes. Place marshmallow half face down on chocolate half as soon as they come out of the oven.

Enjoy!

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