Mom and I would spend quiet mornings together doing housework and errands in town.
Even when I started school it was half day so I still got another year of time alone with mom, forever tying me to her apron strings.
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Monday, May 20, 2013
Keebler Elves Hard at Work
I have an elf at my house that likes to make S’mores out of
all kinds of stuff.This is the most
recent attempt.They turned out quite
good, they are pleasing to the eye, and they are so easy to make.What
is your favorite version of a S’more?
Fudge Striped S’mores
1-2 pkgs. Of Fudge Striped S’mores 1 bag large marshmallows 1 bag Hershey kisses, unwrapped
Unwrap enough kisses for the amount of cookies you are
making (some cookies will be broken in the pkg.)
Cut the marshmallows in half the short way (a whole
marshmallow will puff and be way too big for the cookie).
Lay a fudge striped cookie on a microwave safe dish (a flat
one is best).Put as many on the tray as
you can.Top each cookie with half of
a marshmallow.Place in microwave and
microwave on high for 10-15 seconds.I
start out at the low end and watch to see when the marshmallow puffs.All microwaves are different, times may
vary.Once they puff remove from microwave
and top with a Hershey’s Kiss.Allow to
cool on tray, marshmallow falls through hole in cookie.Once cooled, move to a serving tray.
Notes and swaps
Swap out the Fudge Striped Cookie for your favorite cookie
Swap out the Hershey Kiss for one of their other flavored kisses