Smores Blossom Cookies #SundaySupper


Smores Blossom Cookies from www.chocolatemoosey.com @chocolatemoosey

Are you ready for some football (and some Smores Blossom Cookies)? Today is the big Super Bowl here in the US. Honestly, I’m not sure if I’m even going to watch it. First, the Steelers didn’t make it. Then the Ravens are playing (boo). Nobody is coming over for the game. But that’s not going to stop me from eating delicious game day food, which is today’s #SundaySupper theme. We know you are out there, making last minute changes to your menu. Need a quick dessert? These Smores Blossom Cookies take little effort and make four dozen cookies. I took the classic peanut butter blossom cookies, used cookie butter, and toasted some marshmallows.


Smores Blossom Cookies from www.chocolatemoosey.com @chocolatemoosey

How popular are these cookies? I took almost all four dozen cookies to my parents last week because I didn’t have time to divide who gets what. I came back to my place with half. Then that half disappeared in only one day at work. Then I made them again for my work’s Super Bowl potluck and quickly vanished. Very popular indeed.


Smores Blossom Cookies from www.chocolatemoosey.com @chocolatemoosey

Cookie butter is still a new concept to most. If you’re wondering what it is, it has the consistency of peanut butter but tastes like a cross between graham crackers and gingersnap cookies. Trader Joe’s has their own brand and refer to it as Speculoos Cookie Butter. Other stores like Walmart have the brand name Biscoff located in the peanut butter aisle. There is a slight difference in consistency between TJ and Biscoff because they are made with slightly different cookies, but for the sake of this recipe, both work just as well.


Smores Blossom Cookies from www.chocolatemoosey.com @chocolatemoosey

And if you cannot find or don’t want to use cookie butter, you can use peanut butter. It won’t have the graham cracker taste like a true smores, but it will still be pretty darn tasty.


Smores Blossom Cookies from www.chocolatemoosey.com @chocolatemoosey


Smores Blossom Cookies
 
Author:
Serves: 4 dozen cookies
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cup cookie butter*
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar (plus more for rolling)
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2 Tablespoons milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 24 large marshmallows, cut in half
  • 48 chocolate kisses, unwrapped
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
  2. In a large bowl, beat together the butter and both sugars until light and creamy, about 2-3 minutes. Beat in the egg, milk, and vanilla. Gradually add in flour mixture. Refrigerate for 1 hour or until firm.
  3. Preheat oven to 375F degrees. Line 2-4 baking sheets with parchment paper.
  4. Pour some sugar into a small bowl. Shape the dough into 1-inch balls, roll them in the sugar, then place them on the trays. Bake 8-10 minutes or until lightly browned. Immediately press one marshmallow half cut-side down onto each cookie, gently pressing down. Wait a few minutes then place the cookies onto a cooling rack. Repeat until all of the cookies are baked.
  5. Turn the oven to broil. Place the cookies back onto the cookie sheets and broil until toasted. This process may happen quickly, so do not leave them unattended. If your oven has hot spots, you may need to rotate the trays until all of the marshmallows are toasted. Once toasted, press a chocolate kiss into each one. Let cool completely.
Notes
*If you cannot find cookie butter, substitute peanut butter

 

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  1. Umm, these might be the most perfect cookies ever. Totally pinning these.

  2. Whoa, I’d skip all the chicken wings and nachos and zero in on these s’mores blossom cookies! They look fantastic, Carla!

  3. These look hands down fantastic! We love smores… My kids would die over these. Yum! Thanks for sharing.

  4. What a great twist on both smores and blossom cookies! Simply wonderful Carla!

  5. I need nothing else in life besides these.

  6. These are gorgeous, and sound oh so very tasty! S’mores are one of the best desserts everrrrr….

  7. These look so tasty, I love blossom cookies. I probably won’t watch the game either, I’ll hit the gym and it will be empty!

    • I think I’m going to have it on in the background so I know what commercials every one talks about tomorrow morning. At least there won’t be a mad dash at the gym ;)

  8. These look SO good, Carla! I wish I had known that you used cookie butter in them a day earlier though. I was JUST at Trader Joes yesterday (it’s a 2 hour drive to get there)

    Guess I’ll just make ‘em with peanut butter because toasted marshmallows MUST be in my belly today! THANKS :)

    • I know the feeling – TJ is a 3 hour drive for me. My Walmart has Biscoff, which is much closer than TJ. Peanut butter works just as well too! Thanks Becca!

  9. ahhh omg omg omg. I need these, I need em!! Mmmm cookie butter, mmmmm s’mores, mmmmmmmm

  10. Carla, love these! I already love blossom cookies but what a great idea to add marshmallows! Love this!

  11. Now that is one stack o’ cookie for sure! Awesomely creative Carla. It’s the first cookie I would head for on the party food table. And beautiful pics as always.

  12. Ravens- boo? Those is fighting words ;) I can see why these disappeared quickly; I mean, look at them, they’re s’mores cookies. I need some!

  13. What a perfect snack! I could eat these all day long!

  14. These sounds fantastic! I still have no idea what my plans are for he game this evening. I am a bit behind haha.

    • Right now, I have the game on in the background. I forgot I’m in a pool at work, so if any of the quarters end with the score 49ers 21, Ravens 28, I win money. Woo!

  15. I adore these!! I love cookies and sometimes find it hard to find new, creative ways to enjoy them – I’ll definitely be making these! Pinned :)

  16. These are awesome, Carla! So happy your site is back up so you could share them!

  17. I kinda sorta reallllllly need these. (ps i love your blog)

  18. Those are so cute, great for anytime!!!

  19. These are perfect.

  20. Your Super Bowl sounds exactly like mine. These cookies took my breath away. They must be fantastic. I will be making them soon.

  21. Look absolutely incredible! So amazing! Thanks for bringing to #SundaySupper!

  22. Oooh, I’d make my own graham butter for these! Yjey look amazing!

  23. What a great idea!

  24. I am quite obsessed with smores. My problem is that they are so messy. I think you just solved that problem! AMAZING!!

  25. Carla,
    I’m putting this cookie butter on the list for my next Trader Joes’ shopping run. I stocked up on my usual suspects (Artichoke Antipasto and semi-precious stoned wheat crackers) when I was filling the basket with Candy Cane Joe Joes, but I’m out and need a run.
    Thanks!

  26. Oh my gosh… I want these right now. It’s never to early for cookies!

  27. Yummy! Love having these any kind of days, and smores…I want these now!

  28. Hi!!
    I just came across your blog and i have to say that i love it and the name! The recipes are just mouthwatering and i love them all! I see that you use wordpress (like me) and was wondering if you could tell me the theme you use… I really like your blog (again)!!! Take a look at my website if you have time:
    http://www.magicwhisk.com
    Thanks…
    Greta

  29. Frankly, I wonder if these would even make it out of my house. Warm chocolate and marshmallow, yes please.

  30. I bet these disappeared….they would at my house.

  31. I’d love an entire batch of these…and I wouldn’t even share with my husband! These are so cute…and I’m sure they taste like a gazillion bucks!!

  32. I am not a huge fan of cookie butter, but this is a BRILLIANT use for it. Pinning now!

  33. So cute Carla :)

  34. Ooh these look so super cute and a nice change from all the savories for a game night!!I need some in my life right now :)

  35. I should have paid you to send me some of these for last weekend! Beautiful photos as well!

  36. These look so pretty ! Must try these sometime. My kids would love them :) !

  37. Oh what a simple and cute idea. Such a great kid cookie recipe. I will have to pin this for later.

  38. I made these today for family. Absolutely wonderful! Thanks so much. This is a new family favorite.

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