Posted: 8/11/2012 6:28:39 PM
well,, these looked yummy and they may be, they are still in the oven...my crust seemed too wet, I added more graham cracker crumbs and like others have said, you need at least 2 cups to make a crust...then when I tried to 'sprinkle' the rest on top..still too wet, added more graham crackers....will see how this turns out....already threw the printed copy in the trash....too much work...
Posted: 8/6/2012 8:35:10 PM
Wow! These are seriously one of the top 3 desserts I've ever made! Unbelievably good. However, the measurements are a bit off. Recipe says to reserve 2 cups of graham mixture for the top and use the rest for the crust, but this should be reversed. I pulled about 1/2 cup graham mixture out for the top and used the rest for the crust. The marshmallow fluff spread fabulously when I wet the spoon with hot water. Oh my gosh was it delicious. Definitely using this recipe again and again!
Posted: 8/6/2012 7:46:08 PM
My 8 year old declared these amazing... and my 6 year old said they were pretty yummy! I've eaten half a pan of them today :) Luckily I only made 1/2 a batch to begin with because I only had 1/2 container of marshmallow creme when I decided to make them at 10 pm :)
Posted: 8/5/2012 10:50:20 PM
I just made these and they were easy peasy to make.... I used HOT water on the spoon and made sure the marshmallow creme was room temperature when I started. It spread easily, you just can't put a lot of pressure on the spoon. They are currently sitting on the stove cooling and smell delicious!!
Posted: 8/5/2012 8:44:21 PM
I'm going to try to lay the graham crackers on the sprayed sheet and put on the chocolate and marshamallows, then bake in the oven. I'll let you know what happens.
Posted: 8/5/2012 3:58:13 PM
Haven't made these yet, but the post below mine said she couldn't get the marshmallow creme to spread. I would suggest adding a couple teaspoons of water to it, smooths it out & it spreads like frosting. I use it when I make s'mores brownies, easier than broiling marshmallows on top & just as good.
Posted: 7/7/2012 10:16:27 AM
I cook a lot. I read all the posts that said this was easy. Well, everything is easy except that crazy marshmallow creme. I knew when I read the recipe there was no way it would spread easily with a wet tablespoon. It is yummy but I am tempted to use all marshmallows if I do it again because the marshmallow creme is challenging.
Posted: 12/8/2011 11:27:20 PM
Easy to make and VERY TASTY! However, I messed up on the recipe. Instead of adding all the crumbs into the crust mixture, I left out 3/4c for the topping, not even thinking it should be mixed with the other ingredients first. But they were still good! I let the bars cool completely and then used a spatula to cut. The bottom crust was a little greasy, but I'm sure it wouldn't have been if I'd have followed recipe correctly. I think this called for just the right amount of ingredients. Melted chocolate, marshmallow, and graham cracker..Mmmm Everyone loved them!
Posted: 6/23/2011 12:49:52 PM
These were super simple to make. I made this recipe on a Saturday morning for a picnic that afternoon. After completely cooling they were very easy to cut. Rather than trying to cut them with a knife in a "dragging" motion, I suggest using a spatula to cut them in a downward motion. They will cut much more cleanly that way. Not only were these devoured by both children and adults, my son has repeatedly asked me to make them again. I did have to adjust how much crust I saved for the topping (3/4 cup rather than a full cup)so that the bottom had enough crust. EXCELLENT recipe!
Posted: 12/4/2010 12:28:56 PM
well, i was very excited to make this recipe because it sounded so easy and the picture looked delicious! this being said, i was very disappointed when it turned out to be very difficult to make, because it seems like all the measurements were wrong. you need more a little more fluff, a little more than 1 cup of marshmallows, and you really aren't left with enough graham cracker mixture to sprinkle on top. cutting it- forget it! the fluff makes it nearly impossible because it slides all over.