S’mores Fudge

S’mores Fudge

You can enjoy smores all year long with this fun dessert recipe for smores fudge. With ingredients like marshmallow fluff, white chocolate, and milk chocolate chips and graham crackers, this recipe for fudge candy is sure to be a hit. It will be difficult to have just one piece of this irresistible and fun dessert idea. Smores is one of the best parts of summer, enjoyed at campfires all over the country. There is just something about the combination of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow that people love, and this fun dessert combines that all into the perfect dessert. This recipe for fudge candy has a graham cracker layer, a fudgy milk chocolate layer and a marshmallow with white chocolate layer. You can check out this easy to make this best dessert recipe ever on the short recipe video tutorial.

Some fun facts about smores you might not know, include that the first known s'mores recipe was published in the Girl Scouts handbook called Tramping and Trailing With the Girl Scouts in 1927. The snack was originally known as some mores. Americans buy about 90 million pounds of marshmallows each year. It’s estimated that out of that 90 million, during the summer about 50 percent of those marshmallows sold are used and roasted for s’mores. You don't need a campfire to make smores. You can make them on the broiler, the grill, with a kitchen torch, in a microwave, a gas stove or a candle. When roasting marshmallows for s'mores, a little tip is to try cooking them on a metal rod or coat hanger rather than a wooden stick, as the marshmallows will cook faster. It is also better to cook marshmallows over coals instead of flames as they cook more consistently.

The marshmallow fluff in this recipe for fudge candy is what sets this recipe apart. There is mention of people using the marshmallow plant to make dessert recipe dating all the way back to ancient Egypt. At that time, a marshmallow recipe would call for extracting sap from the marshmallow plant and mix it with nuts and honey. Other marshmallow recipes used the pith of the marshmallow plant, instead of the marshmallow sap. The stem of the marshmallow plant would be peeled back to reveal a soft and spongy pith; that was then boiled into a sugary syrup and then dried to produce a soft, chewy marshmallow treat. The gladiators in ancient Rome also used the marshmallow plant's sap, rubbed on their bodies in preparation for fights. You can't have a smores recipe without the graham cracker. The graham cracker recipe was invented all the way back in 1829 in Bound Brook, New Jersey, by a man named Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister. The original graham cracker recipe was made with graham flour. Graham flour is a combination of finely-ground unbleached wheat flour combined with wheat bran and germ that is coarsely-ground and added back in to provide flavor. While graham crackers started out as an unsweetened or mildly sweetened recipe, they are more commonly known as sugar- or honey-sweetened baked good that are similar to a cookie.

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