So, I can’t believe I haven’t done this yet. I mean, a smores brownie recipe, come on Sarah. Duh. These smores brownies were such a great way to bring summer into the winter. Like, who doesn’t want a fluffy marshmallow-topped brownie in the middle of December?
So, let’s talk Christmas gifts. Have you guys done all your holiday shopping? Let’s be real, you probably haven’t (I definitely haven’t yet…). Or if you have, I’m really proud of you.
A few years ago, I did a series holiday gift guides for you guys and you really liked it. But this year, I wanted to keep it super chill, so I’m going to share some of my top holiday gift ideas with you all in this post.
I recently upgraded from the Canon 6D to the Canon 5D mark iv and haven’t looked back. As much as I loooved my 6D, the 5D mark iv is unbeatable.
The Canon 100mm 2.8 is my go-to macro lens. The quality is crystal clear and I couldn’t recommend it more.
If you’re looking for a wider lens, the Canon 24-70 2.8 is the other lens I use for the blog. It’s perfect for everything from overhead shots to travel shots to portraits. It’s seriously the best all-in-one lens on the market.
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I baked the brownies 25 mins and poured the marshmallow creme on top and it fell into uncooked brownie batter….I was hoping I could spread it into an even layer. Did I do something wrong or did anyone else experience this?
Hi Sarah! I’m so sorry to hear that! Next time try cooking the brownies for 5 to 10 more minutes befroe adding the marshmallow–your oven might just run a little less hot than ours so your brownies might take a little longer to bake up!
This is so good! I was wondering how the graham crackers would work at the bottom of the brownies, but it worked perfectly and was a great support for the brownie and marshmallow fluff. Thanks for the recipe!
Literally dying. YUM!
These smores brownies are definitely the ULTIMATE!! They look amazing!
Such perfect gooey marshmallow!