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S'More Cupcakes

macca Jul 10, 2007 05:08 AM

Family wedding in the Berkshires this weekend. Laid back, family fun, child friendly, tree hugging kind of event. Great time had by all!! The bride ( my neice) is not a big cake eater, but she LOVES s'mores. One of the bridesmaids made about 250 s'more cupcakes. They were fabulous! Sweet, gooey. Obviously, they had chocolate, marshmellow and graham crackers in the recipe. Did not have time to get the actual recipe from the woman- but would love it if anyone on these boards has a recipe. Can anyone help? TIA.

  1. macca Jul 12, 2007 12:18 PM

    Here is a picture


    1. macca Jul 12, 2007 08:27 AM

      Got the recipe. It is from MArtha Stewart. The woman who made them did make some changes- she did not have marshmallows on top- insteadx made a marshmallow frosting ( under the chocolate frosting). I also included the link for the marshmallow frosting- and when she made the frosting, she doubled the fluff to give it a more "gooey" texture. They were really good

      Here is the link for the cupcakes:

      here is the link for the icing:

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      1. re: macca
        ArikaDawn Jul 12, 2007 08:45 AM

        Oh wow, those look divine! I will have to bookmark this one for a special occasion. I would make them now, but I think I need an event to justify that amount of butter, haha.

        1. re: ArikaDawn
          macca Jul 12, 2007 09:00 AM

          Right- I knew there was a reason they tasted so good. Would never have guessed there was wheat germ in them> Maybe that cancels the butter!

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        MalinDC Jul 10, 2007 08:45 AM

        What was the breakdown approximately? Chocolate cake or chocolate topping? Graham cracker crust with chocolate cake? They sound delicious!

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        1. re: MalinDC
          macca Jul 10, 2007 08:49 AM

          Kind of swirley layers, if that makes any sense!! THe icing was chocolate and melted marshmallow. Could taste the graham cracker- and I think the cupcake had lots of chocolate, too. Really good- I ate mine with a spoon, so I kind of ate layer by later.

          1. re: macca
            stacylyn Jul 11, 2007 07:12 AM

            Ok, not exactly the same thing, but SO good, nonetheless. I made S'mores Brownies. Made a graham cracker crust (with butter and sugar), baked that for about 15 minutes. Your favorite brownie recipe on top of that, bake it. Top with whole marshmellows (stand them up), and set under the broiler until browned (watch closely!). SO pretty and yummy!!

            1. re: stacylyn
              macca Jul 11, 2007 10:16 AM

              Sound great. Will have to try these, too. Love to find kid freindly items, and this will fit the bill!

        2. macca Jul 10, 2007 08:40 AM

          Thanks for the info. Looking forward to the cupcake doctor recipe. The recipe on the cupcake blog did not look like the ones we had ( but they did look good). The cupcakes had frosting on top, and were decorated prettily. The marshmallow was in the cupcake. I just spoke with my SIL and she said she would email the bridsmaid tonight for the reipce. I will post it, as it is really good.

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            HungryLetsEat Jul 10, 2007 08:08 AM

            there's a recipe for S'mores Cupcakes on www.cupcakeblog.com. I've been wanting to try this as it includes home-made marshmallows!!! Yum!!

            1. carinole Jul 10, 2007 08:02 AM

              I think that they are in the cupcake doctor book but I will check tonight and let you know for sure.

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