Ovenbaked Salted Caramel S’mores Casserole

Ovenbaked Salted Caramel S’mores Casserole

This "Ovenbaked Salted Caramel S’mores Casserole" recipe has everything the popular campfire treat has, all in a casserole! If you didn't get the chance to make it out camping this year, you can enjoy the next best thing with this s'mores casserole recipe, topped with salted caramel.

The trick to making this S’mores Casserole recipe is getting the chocolate filling just right so that it has a bit of a fudgey, creamy texture as it starts to cool once removed from the oven. It's also best to eat this s'mores casserole recipe nearly right away when the marshmallows are still melted and just toasted for that delicious campfire feel. The warm chocolate and Dulce de Leche are amazing flavour combos that make this dessert recipe out of this world. For the chocolate filling part of this s'more casserole recipe you will need dark chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips, whipping cream, butter, marshmallows, can of dulce de leech, chocolate chips and cracked sea salt. You can make this part of the recipe the night before. For Dulce de Leche, remove the label from the can of sweetened condensed milk. Submerge in large pot filled with water and let boil for three hours. Let cool and set aside. Make the graham cracker crust recipe. Then microwave the chocolate mixture and pour over top of graham cracker crust. Add marshmallows to cover entire pan. Cook in 425 degree Fahrenheit oven for approximately sixteen minutes. This is a dessert recipe the whole family will love.

Chocolate is one of the most popular food types and flavors in the world, and a large number of foodstuffs involving chocolate have been created. Gifts of chocolate molded into different shapes have become traditional on certain holidays. Chocolate is also used in cold and hot beverages such as chocolate milk and hot chocolate. Chocolate is made from cocoa beans, the dried and partially fermented seeds of the cacao tree, a small evergreen tree native to the deep tropical region of the Americas. Much of the chocolate consumed today is in the form of sweet chocolate, which is a combination of cocoa solids, cocoa butter or other fat, and sugar. Milk chocolate is sweet chocolate that additionally contains milk powder or condensed milk. White chocolate contains cocoa butter, sugar, and milk, but no cocoa solids.

The use of the marshmallow plant to make sweets dates back to ancient Egypt, where the recipe called for extracting sap from the plant and mixing it with nuts and honey. Another pre modern recipe uses the pith of the marshmallow plant, instead of the sap. The stem was peeled back to reveal the soft and spongy pith, which was boiled in sugar syrup and dried to produce a soft, chewy confection. The marshmallow plant's sap was also used by gladiators in ancient Rome. The sap was rubbed on the body in preparation for the fight.

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