May 26, 2010

S’mores Dessert!

Do you love s’mores?  Do you love chocolate moose?  AND, Do you love guilt-free desserts?

Well, if you said yes to any or all of these questions, then you must try this recipe I came up with!  I created a no-bake, s’mores inspired, chocolate moose.  Is your mouth watering yet??


The crust:

Smash up cinnamon graham crackers and add in a little melted butter.  Pack in the crust to the bottom of the glass to create the first layer of goodness.

The chocolate moose:

The chocolate moose is just a no-bake mix that I got at the grocery store.  I just followed the package instructions and then refrigerated it.  Once it was done, I added a dollop to each glass for the second layer.

The S’mores:marshmallow-fluff

To really make it taste like a light and fluffy s’mores dessert, I topped the dessert with Marshmallow Fluff. 



The Garnish:

To finish off the dessert and to make it look extra special, I shaved some dark chocolate on the top, added an extra graham cracker, and a mint leaf (straight from my little herb garden).


And, voila!  You have yourself and easy, no-bake, awesome dessert!


  1. Yum, i will have to try that one

  2. Oh my...that looks so good! And what a great presentation too!

  3. I will be making this this weekend for sure!!

  4. I was lucky enough to be able to enjoy one of these thingies and let me tell you it was awesome! I'd say the most important part is the cinnamon graham crackers, they added that little "mmm, what is that?" that's always nice to have.

  5. Tres Bien Martha :) LOL

    Oh how I wish you lived closer to me, as we love all the same things!

    Gonna have to give this one a just find the absolute most delicious recipes. How cute are you?


  6. Yummm-o
    I'm going to have to try this, thanks for sharing

  7. Looks so delicious, thank you for sharing! My kids will love this, so will I :)

  8. It was delicious!! Thank you for sharing!


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