With a recipe like this, you can have s’mores year round, in sun, rain, sleet, snow, and more! This is a fun indoor s’more dessert that everyone can enjoy. It is also easy to make, so you can have a delicious pie in no time. This is a perfect recipe for anyone with a craving for s’mores, but no way to cook over an open fire.
S’mores Pie Recipe
Ingredients you will need:
- ½ cup butter, softened
- ½ cup sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 cup graham cracker crumbs
- 1 (7 ounce) jar marshmallow creme
- 3 (1.55 ounce) milk chocolate bars
- 1 cup mini-marshmallows
- ½ cup chopped pecans
- mini-chocolate chips
Start out by beating your butter and sugar together in a mixer. Then add your egg and vanilla.
Add the flour, graham crackers, and baking soda and beat some more.
Place half of the pie crust into a pie pan. To make it a little easier, put butter on your hand so the crust doesn’t get stuck. Kristy used the Rada Stoneware Pie Plate (available for purchase on the Rada Kitchen Store web site), which makes for easy cooking because it doesn’t need to be seasoned or greased!
Spread your jar of marshmallow cream on top of the crust.
Place chocolate pieces, mini-marshmallows, and pecans on top of the cream.
Using the rest of your dough, put flat pieces on the top of the pie.
Place in a 350 degree pre-heated oven for 20-25 minutes. Sprinkle chocolate chips on top and bake for another 2 minutes.
And there you have a delicious s’mores pie! Make sure you let the pie cool completely before you cut it.
Who Invented S’mores?
No one knows for certain exactly whose idea it was to combine chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers, but we’re sure glad they did! The first known mention of s’mores in a cookbook comes from the 1927 Girl Scouts of America handbook, where they were called “some mores.”
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S’mores Pie Video Recipe
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Hi Kristy in the Rada Kitchen and today I am have a new cookbook we came out with called Give Me S’more, it’s recipes for anyway to makes s’mores. There are cookies, there are bars, there are brownies, but I am going to make a gooey s’more pie. It is really easy and it has all the s’more ingredients. Let’s get started.
Now in the mixer were gonna beat a stick of butter or a half of cup, and that’s been softened and then a half a cup of sugar, now we’re just gonna mix that until its creamy. Now to this we’re gonna add one egg and a teaspoon of vanilla, we’re just gonna beat that in good. So now it’s all nice and creamy and to this we’re gonna add a cup of flour, a cup of graham cracker crumbs, and a teaspoon of baking powder. We’re just gonna gently mix that together.
Now this mixture is going to be our crust and out topping. For this process you might want to put a little butter on you’re finger because its going to be a little sticky. It has that yummy graham cracker smell. So were going to divide this in half and then in a nine inch pie plate you’re gonna form the crust with half of that mixture. And again you’ll want to butter up your hands pretty good. I’m using the Rada Stoneware pi plate, so you don’t need to preseason it if you’re using a glass or a tin one, you’ll want to spray it so the dough doesn’t stick to the pan. So I’ve formed my crust, I actually used a little more than half the dough because you have to come up the sides. But you can make cute little pie crust edge.
And now we’re going to take a 7 ounce jar of marshmallow cream. You’ll wanna spread that over the crust. I like this Rada super spreader because it gets to the bottom of the jar; it’s just the right length. Whether it is peanut butter, mayonnaise, or this marshmallow cream. Here we have 1.5 ounce milk chocolate candy bars; we’re just going to layer those over that marshmallow cream.
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Now we’re going to sprinkle a cup of mini marshmallows. OK I could eat this as it is now, but its even going to get better when we put it in the oven. Add a half cup of chopped pecans. Now with our left over dough, we’re just gonna put it into flat pieces and just cover that and if you don’t get it all covered, that’s fine, it will just kind of ooze through it, make it look even better.
So now we’re going to place this in a preheated 350 degree over for about 20-25 minutes. Then we’re going to take some mini chocolate chips, sprinkle that on top, and bake it another 2 minutes. So this has baked 22 minutes and it’s slightly brown and were just gonna sprinkle some mini chocolate chips on the top. If you can resist that, isn’t that like the most beautiful pie you’ve ever seen? I’ll just put this back in for 2 minutes more.
Mmm gooey, s’more pie. You’ll wanna let this cool completely before you cut it but it will be so delicious when it is ready to go! That’s one of the recipes from our new cookbook “Give Me S’more!” recipe book.
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