These Mini S’more Tarts have layers of graham crackers, chocolate ganache and marshmallows! The tops of these tarts are piled high with a sweet marshmallow topping that’s been perfectly toasted!
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Is there anything more perfect than layers of graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows? Toasted marshmallows make my heart go pitter-patter and the chocolate and graham crackers are just extra love in a dessert! I dream of they day that Baby J is a bit older and he can experience his first s’more. I hope he’ll love them as much as his mommy does.
The crackling fire.
Toasted marshmallows on a stick.
The excitement of smashing a roasted, toasted marshmallow onto a piece of chocolate bar and two graham crackers. Oh I can’t wait!
I love s’mores! I love anything with s’mores flavors.
These Mini S’more Tarts are based on those amazing s’more flavors but no campfire is needed for these little beauties.
I made these s’more tarts in little silicone baking cups but you could also use those little tart molds with the removable bottoms or mini spring-form pans. You’re going to need something that is easy to release so that you can get the graham cracker and chocolate layers out of the molds when they’ve set.
Don’t try to pry them out of a muffin tin (unless you use a muffin tin with muffin liners), because you’ll be sad when they break apart.
Now that you’ve made your Mini S’more Tarts and they’re out of the molds, it’s time to add the most important part.
The toasted marshmallows.
Ok, ok, you could probably make them without toasting the marshmallows but why, just why would you do that? Don’t do that haha, they’re so much better when the marshmallows are toasted.
Use a little brulee tourch to toast the marshmallows for these s’more tarts. I know you can toast marshmallows under the broiler in the oven but you probably don’t want to do that for these. I mean you can try it if you want, but I wouldn’t risk it.
Because you’ll probably really melt that chocolate ganache layer and the you’re gonna be left with a chocolate puddle with toasted marshmallows on top of it.
I mean….not that I wouldn’t be ok with that hahaha but those wouldn’t be Mini S’more Tarts. 😉
- Serve these tarts chilled or semi chilled. If they get too warm, the marshmallow topping and chocolate layer will melt.
- You can make them before hand, but I suggest adding the marshmallow layer and toasting it right before you serve them.
- If you need to set them out for a while, I would suggest adding more powdered sugar to the topping recipe to make it super thick.
- Don’t try to toast the marshmallow toppings in the oven! You’ll melt the entire tart.
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