June 25, 2009

Smookies

Emma invented this treat all on her own a few years ago. I'm thinking she has a future ahead of her in the kitchen.

Take 1 Fudgestripe cookie and top with one large marshmallow.

Microwave just until the marshmallow begins to expand. Remove and top with another cookie.

Enjoy your sticky, gooey smookie. Repeat as necessary.

32 comments:

  1. Ellen is our resident "s'mores maker"...I'm bookmarking this!

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  2. Oh dear. Oh yum. I can't resist a s'more or anything close to it LOL.

    All the best,
    Allison

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  3. What a brilliant idea! I think you will need to repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat...etc. :)

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  4. O M G !

    why are you showing me this? this is brilliant. (i have gained about 30 lbs in 3 years and today i feel so heavy)

    i loved your comment on my recent post. you always have the perfect thing to say!

    xo

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  5. Yum! These look wonderful! We're going to try these!

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  6. Sheer genius I tell you! How clever.....I think we will try that tomorrow night with the kids. Have you ever heard of "Cookie Salad" made with those same cookies? Crazy good!

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  7. OH---those look addictive! I might need a 12 step program after some of those. Thanks for sharing.

    Charla

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  8. Oh my yumola!!! We MUST try this soon!

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  9. Oh good god, woman. You have no idea what you've done...

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  10. Gotta try those!! Tell Emma thank you. And ask her if she plans to continue inventing things?

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  11. Thanks to Emma we have been eating smookies for years

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  12. We use those cookies for s'mores at the neighborhood fire! Chocolate and "cracker" in one. Great idea in the microwave, though!

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  13. Emma is a very smart girl. And, they are cute too. If it's cute, you've gotta eat it, doncha know :)

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  14. I'm thinking that smookies would have to be repeated quite often. Great idea that we will definitely have to try!

    allison
    www.mycozyhome.typepad.com

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  15. Yummy!! Does the chocolate melt too? We can't get those bics in England!!!

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  16. I'm sharing this with everyone I know. And people I don't. Of course, I'm giving you and Emma full credit here: http://sweetbrownpoison.blogspot.com/

    They are thanking you, even though you can't hear them--yet...

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  17. Great alternative to smores!
    ~Michelle

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  18. I posted about this creative dessert on my blog. My readers thought it was genius too! ;)

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  19. Just met you through Kathy's Cottage. And I love this idea. I am a big roasted marshmallow smore lover and this sounds even better than the graham cracker and hershey bar mess. We'll be roasting marshmallows tomorrow night so I need to go get some of these cookies. Thanks. I'll be following you again.

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  20. I'm not a big s'mores fan, but those are very tempting.

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  21. ohhh, I gotts try these!! yummy!
    xoxo, Tiffany

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  22. OMG, that looks DELICIOUS! What a great idea!

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  23. Oh Emma, would you come be my personal chef??? Not sure I'd ever make it past the Fudge Stripe Cookies! I can't say no to those pesky little elves! They're so stinking pushy.

    We can't even keep them in the house because I have NO will power when it comes to that cookie!

    And what in the world is a cookie salad (as posted by Spencer Family 6). I MUST have that recipe!!!

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  24. Oooh this looks so much better than a traditional smore to me as I don't really like graham crackers. I'm so trying this later in the summer!

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  25. oh yum. a modern take on the smore.

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  26. I LOVE THIS!!!!! This is so cute and fun for kids!!! Thank you for sharing. :-)

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  27. My boys do that same thing only they heat both cookies. Even if you buy cheap dollar store cookies heat them a little and some taste homemade.

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