Cakes & Desserts

Frozen S’more Sandwiches .

Layers of chocolate pudding and marshmallow creme make these frozen s’mores the most effective way to partake in a s’more on a blistering summer day!1 box moment chocolate pudding 6 serving size .


  • 2.5 cups cold milk
  • 16 graham wafers
  • 7 oz marshmallow creme
  • 4 oz cream cheddar mellowed
  • 8 oz frozen whipped beating defrosted


Line a 9×13 skillet with foil or material paper, permitting paper to overhang dish.
In a medium bowl, whisk together pudding blend and milk until smooth and rich. Fill 9×13 dish and spread into an even layer.
Chill pudding layer while you stir up the marshmallow layer.

In a medium bowl, beat together cream cheddar and marshmallow cream until smooth. Overlap in whipping fixing.

Spread marshmallow layer over chocolate layer. Cover with foil.
Freeze layers around 6 hours, until sufficiently firm to slice through (freezing time will differ contingent upon how cold your cooler is). Utilize the foil or material paper to eliminate layers from 9×13 container and put on a cutting board.

Break 15 graham saltines down the middle. Cut pudding/marshmallow layers into 15 squares similar size as the graham saltines. Assuming your layers have frozen exceptionally hard you might need to stand by 15 minutes prior to cutting.

Sandwich in the middle of between two graham wafers. (Watch the video in the post for a simple method for doing this.)

Destroy right or store sandwiches in the cooler in an impenetrable sack or holder. Graham saltines will relax marginally whenever put away in the cooler for some time, and I believe that makes these taste far better. After they’ve been frozen, permit them to rest at room temperature 15-20 minutes prior to eating for the best surface.

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