Baked S’Mores Wontons + Giveaway

Baked S'Mores Wontons

One of my favorite things about this blog is that it’s introduced me to some of the sweetest, most talented, and most inspiring people I’ve ever met. I feel like I say that all the time, but it also feels like I never say it enough. We may only see each other a few times a year at conferences and other blogging events, but we always seem to pick up right where we left off. We’ve laughed together, cried together, and celebrated together more times than I can count.

Today we’re celebrating! Susan, who blogs over at Doughmesstic wrote a cookbook! And it’s all about s’mores – yum. I met Susan last winter at Mixed and was immediately struck by how much energy she had… now I know she was just hopped up on sugar the whole time. Kidding! But really, she has a ridiculous amount of energy, which is a good thing because she’s constantly doing some amazing project or another. I get exhausted just reading about her life.

She’s currently crisscrossing the country on a book tour, so she invited some bloggers to share some new takes on s’mores while she’s away. I made these baked wontons filled with toasty marshmallow and chocolate chips. They’re totally cute, and also ridiculously easy.

Be sure to pop on over to Doughmesstic for the recipe! 

Baked S'mores Wonons

Before you do that though, you want a copy of the cookbook, right? Of course you do! I mean a whole book designed around s’mores… hello. We’re talking about things like chocolate graham pancakes with marshmallow syrup and s’mores eclairs here. The recipes might not be healthy, but they’re worth every calorie. Of course you want it!

To enter, just leave a comment. It can be about anything you want – from your wildest s’mores creation to your favorite campfire memory. I’ll pick a winner at random next Tuesday (the 13th).

(Fine print: Giveaway open to US mailing addresses only. You’ll have 48 hours to respond to my email or another winner will be chosen.) 

Comments

  1. pixystik4u says:

    i NEVEr would have thought to use wontons this way! awesome and great giveaway!

  2. S’mores are kind of a food group around here so this book is definitely getting bought if I don’t win it! These wontons would be hard to resist…and hard to only have just one!

  3. I have been craving campfire s’mores all summer. Those look delicious!!

  4. I’ve been seeing so many s’mores recipes lately. I think I could go into a sugar coma! :)

  5. Jen @JuanitasCocina says:

    Would LOVE to win this cookbook! Thanks for the fabulous recipe!

  6. Marie Nicole Hemphill says:

    I really love to make banana boat s’mores-bananas stuffed with marshmallows and chocolate chips, wrapped in foil and roasted in the coals of a campfire…which I guess aren’t exactly s’mores but so good! Close enough! :)

  7. I love S’mores anything! These wontons look fabulous!

  8. Marjory @ Dinner-Mom says:

    We’ve had s’mores almost every which way you can think of…except for this. Very creative!

  9. Definitely clicking over for the recipe! I think my favorite s’mores are those made with reese’s peanut butter cups.. yum!

  10. Emily Novicki says:

    S’mores are always at the top of my summer bucket list. I usually end up making them in the oven (wrap in tinfoil and bake at 350 for 8-10 min), but I love the idea of a whole cookbook of s’mores creations!

  11. I never had smores growing up. In fact to this day I’ve never had a bona fide campfire made smore. I do so love the smores Teddy Grahams though. That counts a little..right?

  12. My daughter made a s’mores pie for coworkers and it looked amazing

  13. barbara n says:

    I went every summer to GS camp 10 years in a row as a kid – now my great niece is at the same camp…this is her 5th year! Love camping!!!

  14. my fav smores recipe is topping brownies with smores!!

  15. I never would of imagined you could create a whole cookbook filled w/ s’mores recipes!!

  16. Susan Broughton says:

    One of my daughters favorite desserts are Smores. She could eat them all the time if anyone would let her lol elaineb1@ymail.com

  17. Stephanie B. says:

    A whole book of smore’s? Holy goodness!

  18. margaret says:

    I’ll be sitting around my oven, singing camp songs and waiting for these to finished. YUM

  19. S’mores is my favorite thing about camping! I just love those things.

  20. Cindy Battle says:

    These are sooo cute, thanks for sharing :)

  21. Oh, I can never get enough of S’mores!! From my childhood, my children’s childhoods and now as a middle ager I still love S’mores. In the dead of winter I’d make them in the toaster oven with chocolate chips and mini marshmallows! yum.

  22. I love s’mores–remind me of summer nights at the lake!

  23. I love S’mores and so does my son so he would go nuts! Lol

  24. Erika W. says:

    I love S’mores! There’s a huge Christmas celebration here every year and people bring their one s’mores goodies to make around the fire pits!

  25. Stacey Baker says:

    I love s’mores.

  26. Love s’mores. I’ve made s’mores pie a couple of times and the family loves it. Made my nephew (a s’moresaholic) a s’mores birthday cake. Would love to win this cookbook. Thank you.

  27. Tomorrow is National S’mores Day, so this is good timing :). The wontons look delicious!

  28. Sherry Lykins says:

    Love smores! Would love to have some new ways to make them!! Thanks for the giveaway!! sharoo1975@yahoo.com

  29. kari papp says:

    Best memory was with the whole family, telling funny stories as we all just sat around the backyard, letting the kids play and just enjoying everyones company.

  30. I would love to win this!

  31. Hope I win. Looks delicious!

  32. Erin Dean says:

    I’m having trouble getting the link to the recipe to work. Any one else having that trouble? I’m excited to try these!

  33. These look amazing, I’ll be making them soon!

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