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S'mores Party Ring
  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 15 min
  • Servings 8
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S'mores Party Ring

Turn everyone's favorite summertime treat into an ooey gooey party ring. All you need are a few basics and a lot of napkins to make and enjoy this yummy dessert.

Ingredients

1
(8 count) tube Pillsbury™ Grands!™ refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
1
-1/2 cups Golden Grahams™ cereal (coarsely crushed)
1
cup chocolate chips
8
large marshmallows
3/4
cup hot fudge sauce
1/2
cup mini marshmallows (for serving, if desired)
Golden Grahams™ cereal (for serving, if desired)

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 375ºF. Open Pillsbury™ crescent rolls, unroll and separate individual triangles.
  • 2 Fill the large end of each triangle with 2 tablespoons chocolate chips, 2 tablespoons crushed Golden Grahams™, and 1 large marshmallow. Fold the ends of the triangle in to the center, and roll the crescent around the marshmallow, completely covering the marshmallow and pinching the edges together to seal completely. Place on a lightly greased round baking stone. Repeat with remaining triangles.
  • 3 Bake for 12-17 minutes, or until the crescents turn a medium golden brown. Remove from the oven and drizzle with hot fudge sauce. Sprinkle with mini marshmallows and Golden Grahams™ cereal. Serve with extra hot fudge for dipping, if desired.
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With gooey marshmallow, melty chocolate and crunchy graham bits, this snack is a king party ring.

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

You just need to say the words S’mores Party Ring to watch people melt.

You’ve thrown parties. You know how to please people. You know how to make Pinteresty stuff that wows and all.

But that was BEFORE. Like, way before this S’mores Party Ring ever existed. Way back when this idea was just an uninvented star in the sky. 

And then.

BLAMMO! S’MORES PARTY RING!

And suddenly, you’re not just throwing parties. You are ROCKING parties. You are showing up with le S’mores Party Ring and a pair of sunglasses and people are all, like, vying for your attention and begging for you to sign their shirts with hot fudge sauce. 

The fame looks good on you. The world is better because of you. People are pleased to the tees and begging for s’more of you. And life gets just a little more chocolately, a little more marshmallowy, and a whole lot more Golden Grahamy.

How nice is it to be the maker of the first ever S’mores Party Ring? We’d tell ya but are too busy fighting off paparazzi and swimming in chocolate. We can’t wait to share this fate with you.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Ready, set, s’mores! Here’s your lineup: Crescent rolls, chocolate chips, big ol’ marshmallows, Golden Grahams™, mini marshmallows, and a lotta hot fudge sauce.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Open your crescent rolls, unroll and separate each triangle, then fill the wide end with chocolate chips, crushed Golden Grahams™ and a giant marshmallow. Then roll it all up tightly. We can’t have that marshmallow peeking out.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Place your rolls on a greased baking stone. Then bake away until golden.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Pull those rolls from the oven and drizzle in hot fudge sauce.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Sprinkle oodles and oodles of Golden Grahams™ up top. And mini marshmallows. Don’t forget the mini marshmallows.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Then, if you desireth additional chocolate dipping sauce, place a bowl in the center of your ring and fill ‘er up with some serious hot fudge sauce.

 

S'mores Party Ring

Lay your plate out for the world to see and prepare for the mobbing.

 

This recipe is about to make you sooo famous, people won’t be able to keep their hands off you—er—off your S’mores Party Ring. Or… you know. All of the above.

 

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's Tablespoon profile to see what she cooks up next!

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