Friday, February 5, 2010

Blogger's Recipe Roundup-Campfire Cookies

Fahrenheit 350° is sharing her recipe for Campfire Cookies with us today.
Make sure to stop by the next Art Market to try out some yummy treats from Fahrenheit 350° or you can order some here.

Campfire Cookies

1 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
Cream together butter and sugar until incorporated

2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
Beat thoroughly

2 cups flour
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup chocolate chips, or one giant Hershey's bar, chopped
1 cup mini marshmallows
Stir to incorporate
The fun part about these cookies is that you actually bake the cookie on top of a whole graham cracker.

Bake at F350°, for no more than 11 minutes (after 11 minutes, the graham cracker will burn).
Some of the marshmallow may toast off the cracker, but simply remove the cracker from your cookie sheet and quickly transfer to a wire rack.
Yields 4 dozen



  1. oh my! I think I might have to try these. They look delicious!

  2. Those look delicious!!! :) Visiting from SITS. :)

  3. I have never seen a recipe like this! I'm going to try this out for sure.

  4. oh, these look sooo good, I want some!

  5. oh gosh, these recipes are yummy and i love your blog...I keep sharing your posts on my "shared items link"!

  6. Hi,

    I attempted this recipe and it didn't turn on to be thick and "formed" after mixing all together and the dough tasted like straight flour. Is there something that you forgot to add in the recipe?

    Still turned out ok though. They look nothing like yours. haha


  7. Maybe needs regular sugar too?

  8. These look sinfully good. Like s'mores and a cookie got married...

    We featured your post at Our Camping Theme Roundup.

    Hope you have a lovely week!
    Nicolette & Karen
    editors of The Classroom Creative.

  9. Uhm, I tried these and they weren't very good at all. We ended up throwing the entire batch away. They looked NOTHING like the picture. I'm super sorry but they just weren't very good.


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