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Thursday, May 30, 2013

4 Ingredient S'mores Cookies

I have been very lucky to find friends throughout the food blog world.  A few months back Steph, from Been There Baked That, sent me this cookbook.  

Just because.

She lives in the town I used to live in and we still have not met - we need to work on this Steph!  There is nothing I love more than sitting down to "read" a cookbook.  Yes, I actually read them, cover to cover, like a novel.

You should try it.

These fabulous cookies aren't found in this book, but were recently on Jenny Flake's blog site.  She has built an incredible food blog, won a ton of contests and now has produced this gorgeous {and delicious!} cookbook.

You know me and short list ingredient dishes.  I love them.  I especially love a cookie with only 4 ingredients!  That is typically unheard of, so I knew I had to give them a try.

4 Ingredient S'mores Cookies
1 banana
1 sleeve graham crackers {about 9}
1/4 c. marshmallow bits
1/2 c. mini chocolate chips

In a food processor crush up the graham crackers, until they are fine crumbs.  Then add in the banana until a soft dough forms.  Fold in the marshmallow bits and chocolate chips.

Place on a greased baking sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes.  Store in an airtight container, once cooled.

This little nugget decided to get in the photo op as well.  Whenever I'm taking photos of our food {which I'm sure she thinks is very odd...} she hunches down and watches.  You do not usually see the many, many photos where her hand is reaching for the item......like these cookies.  

In other news the kids and most of my family are headed to Minnesota this weekend to visit my sister and her family.  Please send a prayer up the heavens for an easy car trip.  And me stuck between two car seats in the back, with a butt that will most likely be asleep for most of the trip due to cramped quarters.

I already have plans to bribe them to be good with lots of snacks.  And games.  And books.  It should be fun.

And before I forget!

The winner of my Del Monte giveaway from earlier in the week....


I have sent you a message via Twitter - so please contact me soon so I can get your prize sent.

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  1. Steph@Been There Baked ThatMay 30, 2013 at 11:34 AM

    Yes we definitely do need to find a way to finally meet! My little ones have started using their own play cameras and try taking pictures of their food just like mom haha :)

  2. Your baby is getting so big! Not a baby anymore - sending good vibes for a safe and sound trip to your sistas house!

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