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S'Mores Cups

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I made these for Aaron and Laura’s Birthday Dinner at our house. I made 8 cups which I guess was too much cause I didn’t have enough chocolate to top them at the end. Also I crushed up the graham crackers which made them quite messy to eat. They were amazingly delicious however!!!!



check out a way better picture here from the phantom gourmet site.

S’Mores Cups
By Tod Dimmick, cookbook author and editor of http://www.tastingtimes.com
posted on phantom gourmet

Prep time: 30 minutes, plus cooling time.
Yield: 6-8 cups

1 package (12 oz.) Semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 1/2 inch foil baking cups
Fluff
Cinnamon Graham Crackers broken in to 1-inch squares, or into crumbs
Candy sprinkles

Bring water in the lower part of a double boiler to a simmer. Add the chips, and stir until the chocolate melts into a glistening unctuous liquid. At this point it is extremely hard to resist taking a taste. Holding a foil cup in one hand and a spoon in the other, take some of the chocolate with the spoon, drop it into the foil cup, and using the back of the spoon spread the chocolate up the sides and around the cup, making the coating as even as possible. Take care not to go all the way to the top of the cup. Repeat with other foil cups.

Chill the cups for 10 minutes, then remove. Fill with a spoonful of fluff, and top with a piece of graham cracker, using the cracker to push down the fluff. Finally, seal in the fluff and graham cracker with another layer of chocolate. Top with Candy Sprinkles if you like. Chill for a few minutes, and you’re done.

Variation: these cups can also be made with white chocolate, or peanut butter chips.

Tip: Don’t bring the chocolate all the way to the top of the foil cup; otherwise it will be difficult to peel.

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