More S’mores

Clump #239:  Bake graham cracker cupcakes; day four of seven-day bake-a-thon: one baked-good-a-day to avoid the usual pre-Fall Festival log jam.

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Some days contain more darkness than light: exhibit my tired, worn down, and shadow-like emotional state.  But even on a day like today, baking was accomplished.

I spent this past summer with the intention of making S’mores Cupcakes from a recipe I saw in Real Simple magazine.  I never got around to it, so the time is now!

Progress alert: I probably tossed the magazine containing the recipe in a recycling bag during one of my paper purges.  But no problem … I easily found it online.  Let that be a lesson.  I really don’t have to have so much paper around me.

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The cake is the graham cracker part of the S’mores equation.  It contains one cup of graham cracker crumbs, or nine crackers.  How many crackers in a package?  Nine.  Very satisfying.

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This was my maternal grandmother’s rolling pin.  It gives me confidence, when using it, to know that she was renowned for her pies.

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Disaster was averted by my husband who managed to finesse the gears back into the Kitchen Aid mixer.  Heavens, is it telling me that I’m doing too much baking?

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And the finished cupcakes, cooling down.  I’ll freeze, thaw, and finish them later.  They smell really-really good.

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Ready or not, October is here and, like my goose friend in Strasburg …

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one must gear-up and get with it!

5 Comments

    1. I haven’t sampled them (yet!). Keaven has been the soul of self control. When I get the chocolate ganache and marshmallows on them it might be a different story!

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