What in the heck has happened to me? I can’t stop with the s’mores!! It’s getting ridiculous. And the worst part (and trust me it’s not Reese’s S’moreos because it’s aaaaawesome!) is that I don’t even really care.
And why should I? It’s summer, I’ve got kids which means I can blame at least 80% of our summer s’mores consumption on them. In fact, let’s just a take look at what’s been happening around here…
We’ve got peanut butter pretzel s’mores, reese’s pretzelcrisps s’mores, Ritz Reese’s S’mores Bars, s’more banana bread and now reese’s s’moreoes. Woops. Strangely I didn’t care for the new Reese’s oreos that much, but we had a ton left and the girls asked for a special treat so BAM! This happened. And once I watched that gooey marshmallow burst out of the cookie with the melty chocolate I just had to try a bite. And I was sold. For some reason the cookie is suddenly wonderful!!! It’s a must try so head up to the mountains and have a s’mores bar with friends! And yes, I know this isn’t a recipe, but I love when people share good ideas, so this my friends, is a good idea.
Are Marshmallows Gluten Free?
Some marshmallows include a starch that has gluten in it.
But most marshmallows are gluten free–to be safe, always check the label.
Do Reeses Peanut Butter Cups Contain Real Peanut Butter?
Yes, Reeses peanunt butter cups are made with milk, white or dark chocolate and peanut butter.
- Reese's Oreos
- Hershey's Chocolate
- Toast your marshmallows, open the oreos placing a piece of chocolate on the open cookie.
- Put everything together and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 0 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0g