Late nighters are not my thing. Procrastination typically is not either. However, after an amazing weekend with BPG, Brendan and friends I am faced with the dilemma of completing tons of work so I can enjoy my Thanksgiving break, work and stress free. I understand that many folks choose to catch up over Thanksgiving break as they prepare for the final weeks of school but I prefer to relax, eat turkey, be merry and prepare for the upcoming holiday season.
That being said, I may not be around as much as usual but I do hope you tune into reading whenever I am able to post. Don't lose faith in me just yet folks, I'm still here.
To keep up with a little posting I am taking a break, aka procrastinating, from reading about Managed Care and HMOs. Fun reading? No. At least I was able to push through 6 out of the 10 pages for my paper that is due Friday!
If you're missing summer at all, try these:
S'more Fudge Bomb Brownies
Once you try one you'll want Some-more. haha, yeah I really am that pathetic. Seriously though, these babies
1 Brownie Mix (I chose Ghireadelli Double Chocolate!)
1 Package of Graham Crackers
3 Hershey's Bars (Dark Chocolate)
1. Bake Brownies in a 8x8 pan, use the instructions on mix to do this. If you prefer taking the time for homemade brownies all the more power to you
2a. After brownies are fully cooked, remove from oven and place hershey's bars on top. Top these with Marshmallow so that entire surface is covered. Place in oven on top shelf & broil on high until browned! **This method causes chocolate bars to melt into brownie while browning the marshmallow, creates a very oozy gooey "fudgey" brownie. May require refrigeration!!
2b. Remove brownies from oven and place marshmallow on top so that the entire surface is covered. Place in oven on top shelf & broil on high until browned (2-3 minutes). Remove from oven and let cool. Once cooled remove from pan, add chocolate and graham cracker!
I went with the first plan and the result was an ooey gooey Fudge Bomb of a S'more Brownie!
They look like perfectly cooked marshmallows from your bonfire!
Cut and enjoy! For added yumminess I added a graham cracker to the bottom of each so that you could eat it as a real s'more. I am addicted.
I cannot give full credit to these since I tried my first S'more brownie in the Adirondacks with Brendan this summer. Jo Jo of course great a great meal for the weekly Saturday picnic and included these as dessert!