Friday, June 1, 2012

Friday is PIE DAY!

Smores Pie: Take 2.
A smashing success!
After last week's failed attempt, these little cuties seemed especially delicious.
I hit upon just the taste and texture combination I was looking for.
Once you try these, you might be tempted to switch to this version for good!
(and no campfire necessary)

Mini S'mores Pies
makes 12 minis

12 prebaked mini pie shells
*see my how to here, or use a store bought variety
12 oz bittersweet chocolate
2 graham crackers
12 marshmallows
-place prebaked shells on a cookie sheet
-melt chocolate over double boiler
-drizzle a teaspoon of chocolate into each shell
-top with a square of graham cracker
-place marshmallow on top
*I used either 1/2 marshamallow, or two halves side by side...just depends on how much mallow you like!
-place under broiler for 3-4 minutes, until marshmallows are browned and bubbly

I devoured two immediately.
I love the taste tower of flaky crust, melted chocolate, little crunch of graham cracker, and gooey marshmallow. Pie and s'mores combined into one taste treat-amazing!
These would be so easy to do for a party or quick summer dessert.
Make up the shell, chocolate and graham cracker ahead of time,
then just pop the marshmallows on top and broil just before you serve.

Happy, happy PIE DAY!
xo Christine


  1. Mmmmmm! Those would be a huge hit with the kiddos. And they are so cute :)

  2. Hi Christine, I am so using these for the post prom party but you know....I think I will utilize Kate's Sundae Best Hot Fudge Sauce because I am forever burning my melted chocolate!!
    Sallianne x

  3. Oh me oh my my sweet friend...these have my name written all over forever have my heart! xoxox

  4.! the idea for the hot fudge-easy peasy!
    Koralee...these DO have your name written all over them-hope you whip up a batch soon:)
    Andrea....I'm sure the kiddos will get some soon:)

  5. Yay!! So happy Take 2 worked!! So yummy!! Perfect for the summer!! Have a lovely weekend!! xo Heather