{mini s’mores}

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We are a S’mores loving family, and I cannot tell you how excited I was when I saw the new Lil’ Squares by Honey Maid.  They are seriously the CUTEST mini version of graham crackers, and I immediately knew what I wanted to do with them!

These mini s’mores are the perfect bite, and deliver the taste we all love in a tiny little package. The best part? They literally take just minutes to make in your oven! They are perfect for any summer occasion or get-together, an evening at home, rainy day activity, or family night treat.  Kids will love helping to put these together–and munch on the ingredients at the same time. :) I also love the presentation–why is it that everything’s so much cuter when it’s in mini form?
This is what you need:
{Mini S’mores}
  • mini marshmallows
  • Ghirardelli chocolate chips (I use them because they are over-sized, regular chocolate chips are too small)
  • Honey Maid Lil’ Squares
Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil, then lay out your lil’ squares.  Top each square with a mini marshmallow. Turn our oven on to broil, and lower the top shelf in your oven to at least the middle of the oven.  Slide in your cookie sheet, and broil them for 20 seconds…or less.  You will want to watch them SUPER close, and how long it takes will depend on how close they are to the broiler.  As soon as they come out of the oven, add a chocolate chip on top of the melt-y marshmallows.
That’s it!!  SUPER easy, and SUPER yummy!

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About Simply Kierste Design Co.

Kierste is a blogger who shares her love of all things DIY. She is the mother of six, and focuses on simple ideas and projects to make a house a home! When she's not chasing around two sets of twins, a teenager, and a baby, she's working on a project, training for her next race, reading one of her favorite books, or baking something with chocolate in it.