Indoor S’mores Recipe Plus Earrings

I’m putting together a fun presentation on recipes from labels and boxes over the past several decades and found this one in my collection of recipe boxes. Every reader here knows I love S’Mores. This does sound pretty good! Would you make it?

2/3 cup KARO Light Corn Syrup

2 tablespoons butter

1 package (11 1/2 oz.) Nestle milk chocolate morsels

1 tsp. vanilla

1 pkg. (10 oz.) Golden Grahams (8 cups)

3 cups mini marshmallows

Butter 13×9 baking pan. Heat corn syrup, butter and milk chocolate morsels just to boiling in 3-quart saucepan, stirring constantly; remove from heat. Stir in vanilla. Pour over cereal in large mixing bowl; toss quickly until completely coated with chocolate. Fold in marshmallows, 1 cup at a time. Press mixture evenly in pan with buttered back of spoon. Let stand until firm, at least 1 hour. Cut into about 1 1/2-inch squares. 48 squares.

The jewelry front is going well. The trunk show went better than I hoped, though now I have to make many more scarves and beaded clips. That’s a good problem, right? Thanks again to my talented designer friend at SJ Designs Jewelry for inspiring me with her earring challenge this year. I’m keeping the red and silver leaf ones – inspired by a necklace I made. I just like those green square beads, so that may find their way to my ears, too.

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5 Responses to Indoor S’mores Recipe Plus Earrings

  1. Sarajo Wentling says:

    I think that I’ve actually made that recipe! Golden Grahams were one of my favorite childhood cereals (alongside Cap’N Crunch and Frosted Flakes). Cute earrings once again this week… Love those green squares!

  2. Kristy L. says:

    I totally would make that recipe. Sounds so good and easy. It might be easier to eat than regular S’Mores!
    I love your green earrings too. That’s my favorite color. What kind of scarves are you making? You’ll have to show us those, too.

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