We all love s’mores. But sometimes it’s not so convenient to make them.
So, I took those yummy s’mores flavors and packed them into a truffle. Now you can satisfy those cravings without having to build a fire, or get sticky marshmallows all over your hands.
I guess these are kind of refined s’mores. Maybe….
If you have a food processor these can be mixed up super fast. If you don’t have a food processor, it might take a little longer, but still worth it.
I added toasted marshmallows to the mix to give these a real s’mores flavor. I put the marshmallows on a pan, lined with foil and then greased. Then put them under the broiler for a little, until they are a golden, toasty brown. I toasted both sides.
Once I had my truffle mixture, I formed it into balls, about the size of a walnut. I greased my hands with shortening before shaping the balls. Then let them firm up in the freezer for about 10-20 minutes. I used some wooded skewers to dip the balls into chocolate candy melts. You could use melted chocolate instead, just add some shortening to the chocolate to help it set up once cooled.
Before the candy melts set up, I dipped the top in some crushed graham crackers.
This recipe makes about 26 truffles. The recipe can be easily halved, if you want.
Because of the chocolate and cream cheese, these babies are pretty rich. I can’t eat more than 2 or 3.
These would be awesome as Oreo S’mores Truffles as well. Just use Oreos instead of the graham crackers.
I sent a bunch of these with my husband on a scouts camp out. They were staying in a cabin, because of the cold weather. So I think these will be a hit, since there won’t a bonfire. And there’s no clean up for them. I’m such a nice wife. 😉
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