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Want S’more?




I am in Utah on vacation and loving it! I have to say Texas is amazing, I love the people but I couldn’t take the heat so I got out of that kitchen.

While on vacation I have been baking some Fast Easy Bread and enjoying the new recipe for the S’more braid! Thanks Jen Cusano. The S’more braid is for everyone who said, “I love chocolate and bread. Can you mix them together?” YES, YES you can thanks to Jen my Texas friend, who is feeling like she is roasting in the Texas heat! Sorry… but come November you will be eating yummy soup in a Bread Bowl and eating my other favorite braid, The Caramel Apple Braid!

I was featured on my dear friends blog making yummy Fast Easy Bread treats including the S’more braid. Check it out

Here is the recipe for the S’more Braid below.

As usual start out with the Basic Dough recipe.

Roll out 1/2 the dough with your your trusty French Rolling Pin into a rectangle about the size of a cookie sheet in order to make a Braid.



Then for the bottom layer, mix a sleeve of crushed Graham Crackers and 1/4 cup of melted butter together and spread it down the middle third of the dough as shown.


Spread out about a 1/2 cup of chocolate chips on top of the crumbs and drizzle 1/4 of a can of sweetened condensed milk over the top of it (I love this stuff, its a dessert all by itself).
Next add 3 scoops of marshmallow fluff and spread it out as best you can.
Cut the sides of the dough into strips and braid the dough.
Finally, drizzle 1/4 more of the can of sweetened condensed milk on top and sprinkle with chocolate chips for fun! No need to let it rise so bake for 20 min at 350 degrees and enjoy.

All pictures were taken by and are posted on our Fast Easy Bread Flickr account.

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8 Responses to Want S’more?

  1. Vonnie says:

    We were lucky enough to taste this smore bread prepared by Lindsey and I must say – it's amazing! Thanks for coming to our home and getting us hooked on the stuff…I think…

  2. jp says:

    The basic dough recipe is gone! help! I want to try the recipe

  3. Elizabeth says:

    When I clicked on the basic dough recipe the link did not work. Could you tell me the recipe for the dough? It looks fabulous! Can’t wait to make it!!

  4. Lobna says:

    Wow! This recipe looks amazing. I was wondering what is the “basic dough” . The link is broken and I’d really like to see it so I can make this dessert. Thank you!

  5. The basic dough recipe link is now fixed.

  6. Sabrina says:

    Just a thought. If you don’t have time to make the basic dough (or able to find a couple of the ingredients it calls for) – I was thinking crescent roll dough …. perhaps??????

  7. Patricia says:


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