When we go up to the family cabin, we like to take the fixings for s’mores. Over the years, we’ve tried different things to make them taste better, easier to make, less of a hassle to lug all of the ingredients around, etc. My sister came up with the idea of using the Kebbler Fudge Stripe cookies in place of the Hersey’s mini chocolate bars and graham crackers. I must admit, she did a good job. This is now our go-to way to make s’mores. Yummy.
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20 thoughts on “A Photo a Week Challenge: Tasty Treat”
Your prompt came at the right time. I made my treat only two days ago.
Out of necessity I discovered this tasty treat:) Jesh
We love those cookies, although we do the much less expensive knock-offs from Aldi or Walmart. I’m betting my husband would love them in s’mores but I much prefer mine on their own. I don’t have a huge sweet tooth.
My husband is like you. He thinks s’mores are too sweet, too. He eats the cookies while I roast marshmallows. 🙂
Nice twist on a fireside treat! Here’s my tasty treat pic. https://messygardenerblog.wordpress.com/2021/02/01/photo-a-week-tasty-treat/
hahaha i’ll have to wait till after lent to have fun with chocolate.. 😉