This recipe was fun to make and was such a yummy treat to enjoy as a family!
Get out a 9x9 baking dish. It's best to line it with foil and pull out enough so that the foil is hanging over the edge of the baking dish. This makes it easier to pull out when ready to cut into bars. Spray the foil with cooking spray and set aside.
Get out the food processor and add the graham crackers and melted butter (I added 2 tbsp of butter from the original recipe because I found that the crust needed more to make into a crust). Pulse until the ingredients are combined.
Pulsing the food processor is a fun thing for the kids to help with, Luke enjoyed it!
Put the graham cracker mixture in the bottom of the pan and flatten it out along the entire pan, pressing down on the mixture.
Get out a mixing bowl (one with grip on the bottom if you have it) and the electric mixer and the ingredients, cream cheese, powdered sugar and marshmallow creme.
Tyler helped too, he measured the ingredients out into the bowl.
Mix the ingredients until the mixture is smooth.
Next, stir in the whipping topping....I used cool whip.
Follow that by adding in the chocolate chips. Stir until combined throughout the mixture.
Pour the mixture over the graham cracker crust and smooth it out evenly.
Cover the baking dish and put in the refrigerator for 4 hours and up to 24 hours.
When you are ready to serve, pull the foil with the s' mores out of the baking dish and cut into bars, square size and Enjoy!!
The origianl recipe is brought to you by Mix & Match Mama and can be found HERE.