Total TimePrep: 50 min. + standing Cook: 5 min.
Makesabout 4 dozen
We made these with honey maid graham crackers and they broke into pieces. Let them sit overnight and they were better but had to do squares rather than small rectangles. Use real chocolate rather than bakers chips which don't melt as well. Loads of fun to make with small granddaughter! Sticky? Yes, but a sticky finger picture was the best from vacation!
These were amazing. I actually made them the night before we went to an event. Yes, they were softer, but WAY easier to eat. When they were crunchy they tended to mush the fluff, either way - I thought they were amazing!
I thought these were messy. I made them for a cookout the next day - by the next day (the morning of the party) the graham crackers were soggy. These were a big no for me.
Couldn't keep the kids out of these or the husband! Delicious!!
My kids were so excited to see this dessert on the kitchen counter when they returned from camp! They are a little messy to make. But they taste amazing! The directions say to dip in white chocolate candy coating, but I used dark chocolate.
What's not to like ? Awesome!!!!
These were a huge hit at a picnic I went to - and far less messy than making them over a fire!
These were fantastic!! I took them to a party and they were gone in an instant!