Easy Delicious Dessert

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Chocolate, marshmallows, more chocolate….how does it get better than that????   My wonderful little neighbor/friend Gabby made this for us recently, and I had to share here.  It’s super easy and delish, and everyone gets their own little portion.  (I love my own individual portion, and I think you’ll agree).

Start with instant chocolate pudding, and let it set up in the fridge.  Before you assemble these little devils, let it sit out for a  bit so as to come to room temp.  Couple spoonfuls in your graham cracker crust, marshmallows on top with a little hunk of chocolate bar, broil briefly and YUMMMMY.  Gabby’s recipe will be a hit for all.

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BTW – I love love the Gabster or I wouldn’t put her on here with a KU t-shirt….seriously?  I know what she’s getting for Christmas.  A little K-State purple!!!!  Anyway, here’s the final product.  Oh yeah, and put them on a couple racks below the broiler as things happen really really fast.  A.K.A. they burn quick!

Final product!

20150706_193316_resizedGabby used the little individual chocolate candy bars on these, but we both agreed that a thin Hershey’s chocolate bar might work best.  Hope you enjoy as much as we did, and appreciate you stopping by to visit Gab and I!  If you make these and have tips and tricks, please take a moment to comment below.  Gotta jump off here to talk to my daughter – she’s entered in a rodeo in Missouri tonight, and I’m hoping she kicked some bootie in the roping and barrel race!

~Connie Kaye

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Ingredients

Instant chocolate pudding
Individual graham cracker pie crusts
mini marshmallows
chocolate bars

Make pudding as directed on package and chill.  Prior to assembling, let pudding come to room temperature.  Fill crusts with pudding, top with marshmallows and piece of chocolate bar.  Broil on lower rack to melt chocolate and lightly brown marshmallows.

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