We were having a Dip Day at work a few weeks ago and I thought I'd try to make something with all the Marshmallow Fluff I had laying around. I don't normally stockpile Marshmallow Fluff, but since it was a key frosting ingredient for my Fluffernutter Cupcakes....and it was Cupcake of the Month Club time..I had several containers on-hand!
I thought...HEY! I should make S'mores Dip! Since every cool idea I have is usually already out there in the world, I immediately googled S'mores Dip recipes ;) I found a couple different versions and tweaked them both a bit to come up with this AMAZING DELICIOUSNESS!
We made 2 batches over the 4th...that's when I was originally going to post the recipe...but I got too excited and everyone wanted to dig-in....so I didn't even stop to take pictures...shameful, I know.
1 - 13 oz jar of Marshmallow Fluff (two of the smaller 7 oz jars will work too)
1 - 14 oz can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 1/2 Cup of Milk Chocolate Chips
First, pour the Marshmallow Fluff into whatever container you are going to serve the dip in. Doing this now gives it time to spread out and settle.
See what I mean...actually...if you want to just dig into the Fluff with a spoon and skip the other steps I'd totally understand.
Mix together until all of the Chocolate Chips are coated. Add the mixture to the microwave for about 1 minute. Remove from microwave and stir quickly. You'll end up with a wonderful hot fudge-like mixture.
Pour a little more than half of the fudgey chocolate over the Marshmallow Fluff in your serving dish. You can use more or less...it's totally a preference thing!
Next, I used a spatula to fold the Fluff onto the Fudge so we had chocolate all through the dip. Finally, I swirled the mixture using a skewer.
We like to use the Braided Honey Wheat Pretzel Sticks for dipping...they're perfect because they add some crunch, but aren't overly sweet! Obviously it would be good with Graham Crackers...or Nilla Wafers....or probably even slathered on a piece of tree bark.
Seriously...it's THAT good!
I originally prepared it in a stoneware serving dish so we could warm it up if we wanted....so far no one has allowed me the time to try that step, they dive right in ;)
|Disclaimer...please ignore my polish...clearly I need to have my Shellac removed ;)|