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Night Owl S’mores Treat

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It’s day 2 of Fall Treat Week and I’ve got a recipe that has quickly become a new family favorite.  This recipe for night owl s’mores treat is also my third contribution to Bake for the Cure.

I love to eat s’mores in the Fall.  Cooking a marshmallow over a warm and toasty fire is fun on a cool Autumn evening.  However, this s’more recipe doesn’t require a fire and comes together so quickly.  I found the night owl s’mores treat recipe posted on Tasty Kitchen by another fellow Utahn!  You can have this easy snack put together in about 20 minutes.

Golden graham cereal is paired with mini marshmallows. Then they are coated in a gooey chocolate covering made from corn syrup, butter, milk chocolate chips, and vanilla.

I have another bonus snack recipe for you to go along with the Fall theme and s’mores recipe today.  Make a s’more but instead of using graham crackers use apple slices!  Yummy!  Here are some other s’mores recipes I love!

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Here is what you need to make the

Night Owl S’mores Treat

  • HONEY GRAHAM CEREAL (LIKE GOLDEN GRAHAMS)
  • CORN SYRUP
  • BUTTER
  • MILK CHOCOLATE CHIPS
  • VANILLA
  • MINI MARSHMALLOWS
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Night Owl S'mores Treat

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Ingredients
  

  • 9 cups honey graham cereal like Golden Grahams
  • ¾ cups corn syrup
  • 3 Tbsp butter
  • 1 11-½ oz pkg milk chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3 cups mini marshmallows

Instructions
 

  • Grease a cookie sheet with butter.
  • Measure 9 cups of graham cereal into a large mixing bowl.
  • In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine corn syrup, butter and milk chocolate chips. Stir constantly until chocolate chips are melted and ingredients are combined.
  • Remove from heat and stir in vanilla. Pour over cereal and stir quickly until cereal is coated with chocolate. Stir in the marshmallows.
  • Pour mixture onto cookie sheet and using a slightly damp hand, press into the pan.

Notes

***This recipe is best if made and devoured the same day. Otherwise the cereal gets soft the next day. I believe this is due to the high content of corn syrup in the recipe. I have had readers freeze it until ready to eat and it hasn't been soggy.
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  4. I’ve been making these for years. Family favorite for a quick movie treat. I’ve always boiled the karo syrup for about 45 seconds I think that’s why mine aren’t soggy. also I put the marshmallows on top of the cereal and broil for a more campfire flavor. Watch them carefully when broiling they catch on fire pretty quick, just take them out when golden brown and start smoking a little.

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  7. It doesn’t mean vanilla ice cream, it means vanilla extract or imitation vanilla flavoring if you don’t have the real stuff.

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  10. This is delicious. I was sad to see I would lose any left overs. FREEZE IT! It worked perfect. I tossed what was left in the freezer on the pan. Broke it apart once it was frozen and a week later it is still delicious. Now I can have a bite of smores every night.

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  15. I know this is way later than the last postings, but I just made this last weekend. It was so yummy when I first made it but I had made it the day before for a tailgate, and by the next morning it was soggy… any thoughts? Or can it not be pre-made?

    1. it looks like the recipe has a note now about not being able to pre-make it but i’m wondering if you skip the majority of the corn syrup and make it more like peppermint bark and then break it up.

    2. When I make what we call “Trash” (Chex cereals -corn, rice & wheat- pretzels, peanuts, chocolate chips, and almond bark), I never used corn syrup or vanilla. I never felt it needed it. But I can see where USING those two ingredients would make it soggy. How about omitting that part. (I mean, you don’t use either one when you make S’mores…..and they are scrumptious!)

  16. fun recipe! I have often thought about doing something similar and now you have proved that it will work, and be delicious 🙂

  17. wow this looks amazing! I just made a s’more cookie bar for my blog myself…cant go wrong with s’mores! 🙂

  18. This looks yummy. I am always trying to find new snacks for when my nieces and nephews come over. I bet they would love this one.

  19. Oh. My. Gosh. This recipe is both too easy to pass up & too yummy to make – I’m afraid I’d eat it all myself! Definitely a keeper to share!

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  21. Mmmm…I love chocolate and marshmallows together! This sounds heavenly and would DEFINITELY try this recipe if I won 🙂

  22. I would use the baking supplies to finally attempt a S’More Cupcake. I’ve been thinking about them, now it is time to try. Or I will just make these bars. I heart them and haven’t made them in forever!

  23. These look REALLY good which probably means they’re a little naughty! And I’m okay with that. I’d probably make plenty of naughty things if I won the set! =)

  24. We call these indoor s’mores and I LOVE THEM. We used the recipe when we were having “Harry Potter” movie nights with our neighbors once a week and called them Owl Droppings to be themey. LOVE!

  25. Still same struggling-in-NYC situation as my previous comments! I left my family in California, and I miss them so much, so I think I would like to make and mail them a big batch of treats! It would have to be something that could stay fresh for awhile…like rice crispy treats or like these treats!

  26. I am going to make this on this long UEA wekend. I could use the bake for the cure pink things to make this

  27. I would make this with my pink cooking set. Or maybe Chex Mix, because really, nothing says Holiday Season like Chex Mix (at least to me!)

  28. Can’t wait to try this…..I’m definitely going to have to add a few miles to my run after reading your blog everyday. Everything looks so good!

  29. This looks like it would be a good snack food for a movie night. I wonder how it would taste if I halved the Golden grahams and used half popcorn to make it into a smores movie snack mix? Things that make me go hmmmmmm. 🙂
    Christine
    dazed1821@aol.com

  30. These would be a perfect treat for the kids….and the kids could help me break in my new pink goodies if I win 😉

  31. These are awesome and totally addictive. There are too many awesome recipes to narrow it down to just one to bake… =)

  32. Yum, these look so good! They make me want to bake something sweet like Blonde Brownies, which I could use the cute pink Bake for the Cure kit to make!

  33. This sounds like something my 4 sons would devour!! I would use the baking kit to make this or something similar – like chex mix or GORP. Oh I how I love sweet/salty snacks!

  34. This sounds like something my 4 sons would devour!! I would use the baking kit to make this or something similar – like chex mix or GORP. Oh I how I love sweet/salty snacks!

  35. This recipe sounds real good and so easy. I don’t have access to roast marshmallows and make real smores so this recipe really is a good one for people that don’t have access to a fire pit.

  36. This recipe sounds real good and so easy. I don’t have access to roast marshmallows and make real smores so this recipe really is a good one for people that don’t have access to a fire pit.

  37. Ohhhhhh…my friend’s mom used to make this for us in middle school and I totally forgot about it until now. Soooo yummy! 🙂

  38. Ohhhhhh…my friend’s mom used to make this for us in middle school and I totally forgot about it until now. Soooo yummy! 🙂

  39. My 3 year old daughter would love to help me make this! Not to mention the fact that she could use pink bowls, utensils, etc. She would be in heaven.

  40. My 3 year old daughter would love to help me make this! Not to mention the fact that she could use pink bowls, utensils, etc. She would be in heaven.

  41. Your other s’more bars recipe I put on my blog was well received. I would use the cupcake pan and press them into the individual holes but not as thick as a cupcake.

  42. Your other s’more bars recipe I put on my blog was well received. I would use the cupcake pan and press them into the individual holes but not as thick as a cupcake.

  43. Looks really good! We are SO going to try this recipe. Love your website/blog by the way. I check it everyday. You’re doing a great job! 🙂

  44. Looks really good! We are SO going to try this recipe. Love your website/blog by the way. I check it everyday. You’re doing a great job! 🙂

  45. My daughter would love these! (I don’t like chocolate [I know. I’m not human] but the rest of the fam would love this.
    As for the Bake for the Cure contest, I just got a recipe for sopapilla cheesecake. I think I’d make that.

  46. My daughter would love these! (I don’t like chocolate [I know. I’m not human] but the rest of the fam would love this.
    As for the Bake for the Cure contest, I just got a recipe for sopapilla cheesecake. I think I’d make that.