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  1. Hi Erin, these look delicious. I’m going to try making them vegan due to food allergy issues and will be using crushed golden graham cereal for the base. Just wondering how much I will need, as I can’t really judge 5 crackers ????. Do you have a general idea of the volume created by crushing 5 crackers? Thank you! And I’ll let you know how I make out!!

    • Good question, Cathy. Maybe start with a cup of Golden Grahams? The little cavities don’t take much to fill, but you can always crush more if you need it! Let me know how it goes 🙂

    • So sorry Judy! When I updated my recipe card, it cut off the remainder of the recipe. It’s now all there and the cook times are listed. Enjoy!

  2. Wow smores porn!! 🙂 These look absolutely amazing Erin!! Only 3 grams of sugar….really?? That’s amazing… I hope you are having a wonderful weekend! 🙂

    • Good question, Christine. Cupcake liners might work to keep the pan cleaner, but I’m not sure you’d get the same toasted crispness that makes them so good.

    • Ahhh, thanks, Desiree! They taste amazing…one bite just isn’t enough 🙂 Better to make a double batch if you’re serving these to a crowd.

  3. What a perfect summer snack!I’m sure it is a big hit with your kiddos and I’m sure it will be a big hit with mine (including my big kiddo!). Thanks Erin for the tummy yummy.
    Hugs, Lynn

    • I couldn’t believe how easy they are to make…and then they taste so good! I just can’t get enough of these s’mores! We’re camping right now and making them over the fire, but I think I like oven bakes….you don’t smell like the fire all night 🙂

  4. Doesn’t this just take you back to childhood and fun adventures. I mean who ever ate a smore while having a rainy, gloomy day? Smores are tied to great memories! Now I don’t have to wait for a fire in the firepit or campfire to have a smore! What a great idea. I need a mini muffin pan, ASAP!

    • S’mores definitely take you back to you childhood. My kids are eating them up this summer, but like you said not need to wait for a campfire…you can make these in the oven anytime. Rain or shine!

    • Thanks for coming by for the recipe, Angie! They are so simple to throw together…and you probably have all the ingredients in your pantry right now.

  5. That looks wonderful, pinned it so I could try it. Beautiful photography by the way :-). Thanks so much for joining us at the DI & DI Link Party, we hope it brings you some great traffic and new friends.

    • Ahhh, thanks Christine! These are so good , they were definitely easy to photography. I only had like three or four during the shoot 🙂 I appreciate the pin!

  6. S’mores bites are such a wonderful idea Erin! Sometimes all you need is a tiny little taste of your favorite treats! Love it!

    • Yes! I like to have just a little bite and then I’m satisfied. These are also great to take to get-togethers…everybody can have a little taste!

  7. Erin, you have me drooling over here! Hubby and I are NUTS ABOUT S’MORES! We can’t get enough of them and have been eating them like crazy lately. 😉 These look so fantastic and I LOVE how quick the recipe is. I’ve pinned it to try later. And by later I mean most likely within the next 24 hours. Haha!

    • i know…24 isn’t quite enough, but you can always double the batch 🙂 These are so yummy, you may just want to do that! Enjoy.

    • They ARE!! I mean really good! They’re so easy too. The kids thought it was great they could have them without a campfire! Cool!

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