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Chocolate and Marshmallow S’more Pudding

Smoor pudding, also known as s’more Pudding, is an abbreviation of, “this really is a delicious dessert recipe, I want s’more!” Or at least that is the story. If you have tasted smores, that is pretty easy to believe. S’more pudding is quite a basic recipe and you just need to combine chocolate pudding, honey grahams, marshmallows, and milk for this wonderfully tasty dessert recipe, which everyone is sure to want more of.

S’mores are traditionally made by sandwiching chocolate and marshmallows between graham crackers, but this indoor version of the smores recipe is just as nice. If you are camping, traditional smores recipes might be easier, since all you need are the ingredients and a campfire. This chocolate and marshmallow s’more pudding recipe is pretty much the same, except you use chocolate pudding mix and milk, rather than chocolate. A smore pudding is gooey and delicious, just like authentic smores recipes.

Kids love to help making this dessert and it is easy enough to let them. This pudding recipe is extremely simple and the only hard part is waiting for a few hours until the mixture has set and chilled enough to eat because you will want to taste it as soon as possible!

S’more Pudding
Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves or Makes: 10
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  • 6 oz pack chocolate pudding mix
  • 1 cup miniature marshmallows
  • 3 cups milk
  • Graham crackers
  1. Microwave the chocolate pudding, as per the directions on the pack.
  2. Layer the graham crackers on the base of a dish and spread half the chocolate pudding over them.
  3. Spread the marshmallows over the graham crackers, and then spread the rest of the pudding on top.
  4. Put another layer of graham crackers over the top and chill in the refrigerator for 3 hours.
Submitted by:

Bob R.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

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