Did you know August 10th is National S'more Day? It's true - I didn't make that up. So in honour of the day, which also happens to be our eldest pride and joy's birthday (Happy Birthday Malcolm), I made s'more brownies.
Then I made my favourite brownie recipe which you can find here. I added 1/2 cup of chocolate chips since there wasn't going to be any icing and I felt the need to make it as chocolatey as possible.
After baking the brownie for 20 minutes at 350F, I let it cool and then cut it into squares. I cut large sized marshmallows in half and put two on each brownie. I put them under the broiler for about two minutes, but you will need to watch them like a hawk as they brown faster than you can say "mmm mmm good".
Then we enjoyed them and said a thank you to whoever had the genius idea to make it National S'mores Day.
Is it just me or do you get the feeling you are being watched?
Oh, and if you missed the best s'mores tip ever (that I posted here) you will thank me for directing you to it.
Hi, I'm Grace from Toronto, Canada. Welcome to Sense and Simplicity. This is my little corner of blogland where I like to talk about family, decorating, photos, food, and travel all done with sense and simplicity.