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Friday evening we snuck away to the coast. To all you non-Northwest people it probably sounds crazy to visit the ocean in the middle of December, but hey, it’s cold at home and it’s cold at the beach so we might as well change the scenery a bit since the temperature is about the same. Call it Northwest logic, call it crazy – whatever it is, it made for a wonderful and relaxing weekend adventure …
By sunset the real chill came in. That, and some of the biggest winter waves I’ve ever seen! Skies were clear but we didn’t think the kids would appreciate being outside too long so we decided to move our traditional beach bonfire treat indoors.
And boy, was it a good idea! Thanks to the beach house oven broiler and these little guys we got to experience our favorite s’more flavor while staying warm and cozy!
Whether you’re going to the beach at Christmastime or are inspired to have some s’more goodness on a normal ol’ day – don’t miss this recipe for Indoor S’more Brownies, Jemma say’s they’re “deeeeee-wish-us!”
Indoor S’more Brownies
- 1 box brownie mix (and whatever ingredients it calls for … eggs, water, and oil usually)
- Graham crackers, crushed
- Nestle Toll House Delightfulls Caramel Filled Morsels
- Mini marshmallows
Prepare your brownies according to directions. You could do this in a pan or in cupcake liners for individuals servings – that’s what I opted for, individual seemed more s’more-y to me :) All them to cool. In a small bowl toss your crushed graham crackers, Delightfulls and marshmallows. Heat your oven’s broiler on low and top your brownies with the s’more blend. Broil for 2 minutes, rotating throughout and watching closely. Unless you’re one of those people who like torched marshmallows :)
Serve immediately for campfire effect!
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These look so good, can’t wait to try those new Toll House morsels!
Mmmmm…those brownies look so good. My husband and I have been thinking of moving to Portland but I know I’d miss the beach here so much. Nice to know the beach isn’t too far away.