Well, football season has begun. This will be the beginning of Football Food Fridays! Normally I post on Mondays and Thursdays, but in honor of the exciting football season I'm changing my schedule to Mondays and Wednesdays and am adding a post on Fridays for game day foods. Why because this football season is particularly exciting in our house because my husband and I both graduated from BYU and the BYU games are no longer on The Mtn. They are on ESPN. Hurray, we can watch the games this year! We decided we are going to have a party for every game and by party I mean the 2 of us sitting on the couch watching the game eating snack food. Well, as I said football season has begun so there are game food recipes floating all over Pinterest. So I have been pinning some of theses recipes and am going to try a new one for each game (well I might use some old recipes too). So, go follow my pin boards and find links to tons of delicious looking food. (While your at it you can like my Facebook page too.) For the game last Saturday, I tried a dip that keeps getting repinned all over Pinterest: S'mores Dip. This stuff was delicious! It was better warm, at least in dip form. When I refrigerated the leftovers it got firm and was delicious to eat cold like fudge. Yes, I had leftovers, because this stuff is rich and too much for me and my husband to finish in one sitting. It would have been great had it been complimented with something salty.
- 1 14oz can sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1 1/2 cups Chocolate Chips
- 1/2 cup marshmallow cream
- Graham Cracker
In a small microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips and condensed milk on High 1 to 2 minutes, stirring occasionally(stopping about every 30 seconds to stir), until chips are melted. Stir to mix well. Pour into 9-inch glass pie pan, spreading evenly. Drop marshmallow creme by tablespoonfuls randomly over chocolate mixture. Microwave on High about 30 seconds or until marshmallow creme is softened. (I probably microwaved it for 1 minute, but then again I did use extra marshmallow cream). Immediately with knife, make several small swirls through marshmallow and chocolate, creating a marbled appearance. (I folded the mixture a few times to get some of the of the chocolate back on top and some of the marshmallow mixed in a little deeper.) Serve immediately with graham crackers for dipping.
*I probably used 1 3/4 cups of chocolate chips, because it was sad to see that extra 1/4 cup left in my bag, So I figured I would use them. A little extra chocolate never hurts, but it probably did make it thicker. That might have helped it firm into fudge better. I also got carried away and probably used half a small jar of Marshmallow cream.