Gooey marshmallow frosting and chocolate bars make these sweet S'mores Sugar Cookie Bars a fun dessert for summer picnics and parties.
Summer is in full swing here. With all these hot blazing days we have made a few trips to the pool and Bahama Bucks. Gotta love a cup full of shaved ice with all kinds of flavored syrups.
Of course when I think of summer, I think s'mores. Ok, that's not quite true because I tend to think about s'mores all year long. I have made it my mission to include s'mores in every kind of treat.
Popcorn, cheesecake, cookies, and even breakfast have all been s'mores-itized in our kitchen. Haha! That's my new word for the month. S'mores-itized! Now to figure out what else I can add chocolate, marshmallow, and graham crackers too...
Now I know what you are thinking. Why not just go out to your backyard, start a fire, and make a normal s'mores like the rest of us. And don't get me wrong, I do love a good gooey s'mores.
S'mores were ruined for me after we had children. Sharp pointy objects topped with hot flaming sugar balls being swung around in your face would make you want to run and hide too.
Oh, and don't get me started on finding sticky marshmallow on everything. The chairs, deck, doors, and clothes always had sticky gooey on them after a bonfire night.
So I found other ways to enjoy the s'mores flavor from the comfort (and safety) of our kitchen. This time I decided to make more cookies.
I briefly thought about doing cut out cookies, and then I just chuckled to myself. You see ever since I made these eggnog sugar cookie bars, I haven't even opened the cookie cutter box. I love how easy sugar cookies in a pan are because you can bake and frost them in an hour. Gotta love that!
Since those first cookie bars, I have made mint, lemon, funfetti, hot chocolate, salted caramel, pumpkin, peppermint, unicorn, and shamrock.
Sheesh, I've made quite a few different versions over the year. But that didn't stop me from thinking up a few new ones for the summer. Up first are these easy s'mores sugar cookie bars.
Graham cracker crumbs added to the cookie dough make these cookie bars so good. Trust me, you could just eat them plain and be perfectly happy. But...I happen to like frosting, so I added a gooey marshmallow frosting to the top.
I tossed a bunch of chocolate and marshmallows on top of the frosting because it wouldn't be s'mores without them. Oh, yeah! S'mores without the fire and the mess is how I like my gooey treats!
If you are like me and want more s'mores goodness in your life, please check out a few of these recipes from my friends. I love how gooey and delicious these Grilled S'mores Dessert Quesadillas are. Since I'm totally obsessed with owls, I love these cute little Owl S'mores. And I am totally in love with the flavor combo in these amazing looking Cherry Cola S'mores Brownies.
Slurp......Slurp.........Slurp...........Nothing to say! simply mindblowing recipe!
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If I want to halve this recipe, what should I do about the eggs? Everything else looks easy to cut in half. Thanks!
One large egg is about 1/4 cup. Whisk together the egg yolk and white, and then divide that mixture in half. You will use about 2 Tablespoons of egg if you are halving the entire cookie bar recipe. I hope you enjoy the cookies!
I'm almost drooling on my screen, looks soo delicious! I need to try to make them asap!
Melanie |Melanie Makes
Love how you've made sugar cookies so easy by making them in bar form! Pinned!