S’mores Butter – It’s from the Devil, for sure

You want this.  And you want it today.  S’mores Butter.  Yep.  To quote my taste testers,” its probably the best thing I have ever eaten. Ever. EEEVVVVEEERRRR! I could eat it with a spoon, by itself, not slathered on anything.”   

So there.   Is that enough to make you want some?  Get that biscuit, slather it on.  Get that fresh baked bread (yes my bread  machine makes great homemade bread without all the work) and spread it on.   Got Bagel? There you go.   English Muffin?  Well. Pancakes, even.  Oh, my.

You just may want keep some of this on hand.  Always and forever. Just remember, if you put this in the fridge, place on counter for about 30 minutes prior to serving so it can soften up.  I just put mine on the counter and leave. 

Here’s my version of this heavenly wonder. It makes a lot.  Because it doesn’t last long.  

S’mores Butter

2 1/2 sticks butter, softened to room temperature

1/4 cup sugar

1/2 tsp cinnamon, or more to taste

1 large Hershey’s candy bar (I used the 4.4 ounce size)

1 cup mini marshmallows

4 graham crackers (make sure it is the whole cracker and not half), broken into small pieces – I put mine into a zip lock and smush)

1.  Beat butter until creamy; add sugar and cinnamon and beat until combined.  You can taste and see if you need to add a little more sugar or cinnamon to your taste at this point before adding the other ingredients. 

2.  Chop candy bar until some are very tiny pieces.  You can leave some in small chunks if you like.  Pour into butter, and stir to combine.  Then take crushed graham crackers and mini marshmallows and add to butter chocolate mixture and by stirring, mix until well combined.   

 

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