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S’mores Dip for 2.
The perfect summertime treat. Well really, it’s a great transition-into-fall dessert. It’s warm, gooey, full of chocolate and everything I love. What makes this one of my favorites is all the textures. You have the creamy chocolate, puffy and toasty marshmallows and crunchy graham crackers. It is certainly the perfect treat to whip up at any time.
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Can you believe this s’mores dip only has 3 ingredients?!
I don’t know when S’mores became one of my favorite desserts, but this is a decadent yet simple way to enjoy it. It’s less work and mess than regular ole s’mores, too! That’s always a plus. 😉 Check out the recipe below and you’ll see what I mean. This is the perfect quick dessert after dinner, or during a fun game night or to go with an at home movie. This goes with everything!
If you make this dessert (which I really think you should), be sure to tag me and hashtag #toeatdrinkandbemarried. I want to see it! (seriously, go make it…now!)
I don’t have the link for the heart ramekins since those are from TJ Maxx, but here is a pretty red tart dish from Le Creuset that I LOVE!!
- Place chocolate chips in small ramekin. Microwave in 20 second increments, stirring between each session, until melted.
- Layer marshmallows over the melted chocolate and place the ramekin into the oven with the broiler setting on high. Watch closely and take out when marshmallows are fluffy, toasty, and golden brown.
- Remove from oven and let cool for a couple of minutes, then serve with graham crackers.
The chocolate to marshmallow ratio varies depending on the size of the ramekin. Just always keep the ramekin halfway full of melted chocolate and half of marshmallows. This recipe can be adjusted to any serving size! 😉
Easily make this dessert for more people by just making a bigger version in a large oven proof baking dish. No need to measure here. 😉
For another delicious s’mores recipe, CLICK HERE!