Want to enjoy S’mores without having to build a campfire? If you answered yes, then you need to check out this recipe. These tasty treats consist of chocolate brownie batter cupcakes filled with a graham cracker center. As an added bonus, they are topped with marshmallow meringue frosting that is lightly toasted at the top for an added touch of authenticity. Making them is easy, since the cupcakes consist of a mere 7 ingredients!
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Want to enjoy s’mores year-round, without having to start a campfire in the winter or mess up your microwave melting chocolate and marshmallows in it? Check out these s’mores cupcakes. The base is made of a graham-flour based batter that also includes cinnamon, honey and vanilla extract, along with more traditional ingredients like butter, brown sugar and salt. The chocolate ganache frosting takes the place of the more-traditional chocolate bar in the real deal, and the toasted marshmallow squished on top of the frosting add just the right finishing touch.
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Remember when you used to spend your childhood summers making s’mores out of graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows? Your childhood memories have come alive with these delicious and mouthwatering Símores cupcakes. Topped with that to-die-for gooey marshmallows, filled with chocolate ganache and made with crumbly graham crackers, memories of summers of your childhood are sure to fill your mind as you enjoy the ganache in the center of these delectable cupcakes.
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Loving marshmallows? Just look at these Smores cupcake that is to die for! The sponge is made of dark chocolate; just right for a sweet melted marshmallow on top. Very exciting dessert for the marshmallow lover so make sure you’re generous with frosting. You can grill the top of the icing so that it becomes a little brown. That makes it look more mouthwatering. Add some chocolate on top and you’re done.
Source The Extraordinary Art of Cake
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via Torie and Liz†and recipe available at Bake Me Something Good
via and recipe available at Cookies & Cups