S’mores Fudge – No Campfire Required!
Do you love the yumminess of s’mores but are currently under a camp fire ban? You should try S’mores Fudge!
S’mores fudge is really easy to make. And you’ll have people raving over how good it is. I first brought this recipe out for this year’s Thanksgiving Dinner tailgate. A full plate of s’mores fudge disappeared before I even got to the dessert table! Good thing I had a few bites before dinner while I was doing the final preparations. Otherwise I would have missed how awesome s’mores fudge is.
With the small baking pan (only 8 inches square), you should have no problem making this in your RV oven or convection oven. You’ll only have to bake the graham cracker crust. The rest is on the stove top – an induction stove top works well too. You’ll need medium to low heat, just enough to melt the chocolate chips. You can also use a microwave if you prefer. Just cook in 20 second increments, stirring between each increment until the ingredients for each layer are smooth.
Hints for Making S’mores Fudge
A few tips on the s’mores fudge:
- Make each layer on its own. Wait until you pull the graham cracker crust out before you start on the chocolate fudge layer. It does not take much time to prepare and you’ll risk burning the chocolate or letting it firm up too much if you start that layer before you finish baking the graham cracker crust. Take your time and don’t rush it.
- Clean up immediately. I am as bad as the rest of us about just letting dishes pile up in the sink while I am cooking. Don’t do that with fudge. It’ll be hard to get your pans clean.
- Use aluminum foil in the baking pan. Make sure it comes up to the top of the pan after you have pressed it down into the corners. You’ll need to be able to pull the fudge out before you cut it. Otherwise, you’ll never be able to scrape it off the bottom of the pan and you’ll lose half the fudge. Also makes cleaning the baking pan real simple.
Now for the recipe you’ve been waiting for…