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Mini S'more Pies!

Individual s'more pies great for parties

I love s'mores, but can you create the same chocolate, toasted gooey marshmallow flavor without a campfire? This easy recipe has 4 steps and 5 ingredients and the results have the same toasted marshmallow s'more taste that we love. The fudge center is rich and chocolatey and the graham cracker crust and marshmallow cream bring it all together to make a great s'more that you can make in your kitchen. No campfire needed :)

12- mini graham cracker pie crusts
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
1- 14 ounce can sweeten condensed milk
12- tablespoons marshmallow fluff
1/4 cup mini marshmallows

Makes 12 Mini S'more Pies



1. Place the chocolate chips and sweeten condensed milk in a pan and over low heat stir until chocolate chips have melted. 



2. In each pie crust spread 1 small tablespoon of  marshmallow fluff on the bottom of each shell (add more if you like the marshmallow fluff). It will be sticky, you may have to use two spoons to get the fluff off the first spoon and then spread. It doesn't have to be neat, you will be pouring the chocolate mixture on top of it.

3. Next, spoon the chocolate on top of  marshmallow fluff in each mini pie crust. Leave enough room at the top to pile on the mini marshmallows. Cool in refrigerator for 15 minutes.


4. Add approximately 1/4 cup mini marshmallows per mini pie. Add more if you love marshmallows! Place the mini pies on a cookie sheet and put them in the oven on broil. Stay by the oven and watch until the marshmallows toast to your perfection (it will happen quickly.)
 

That's it!  Quick and easy individual desserts. I guarantee you will not be able to eat just one!
Click here for pdf version of recipe.



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