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A Simple On The Go Snack with Honey Maid S’mores! @ShopRiteStores #BestCerealEver

 

 

 

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Now,  as a Mom of 3 demanding girls, I’m no stranger to fixing up a quick and tasty treat. So, I decided to make cereal balls using Honey Maid S’mores from my local Shop-Rite. Not only can we keep the memories of summer alive by having S’mores indoors but I really do appreciate the delicious taste of HONEY MAID® Graham Crackers packed into a ball!

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This recipe is quick, requires no baking, and only uses 3 ingredients! Not only can you make a batch for the kids but you can stash one or two away for those late nights in your Mom cave!

To make you’ll need:

  • 2 1/2 Cups of Honey Maid S’mores
  • 4 teaspoons of butter
  • 5 Jumbo Marshmallows

(Plastic wrap  + Cooking Spray. For less mess, use the plastic wrap instead of a cookie tray and spray along the wrap. This will make it easier to store for later.)

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Directions:

Melt butter in a saucepan and add marshmallows. Wait for the mixture to completely soften and add Honey Maid S’mores cereal. While still in the saucepan, mix all ingredients together until you get a nice gooey texture. You’re going to transfer the mixture onto your pre-cut plastic wrap. The cooking spray will keep the mix from sticking.

Using a large tablespoon, scoop out the desired amount of mixture to roll into your S’mores ball. I used my hands. Nothing fancy! After you roll your S’mores mix, immediately wrap it in the plastic wrap and store. I leave my Honey Maid S’mores balls at room temperature so that they stay soft and chewy.

Find HONEY MAID® S’mores Cereal at select ShopRite locations here https://ooh.li/901ec38

Enjoy!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Shop-Rite but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. 

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