My Favorite Childhood Recipe: S’mores Cookies

A cookie with chocolate chips and marshmallows

I started cooking when I was only 12. I had to take a home economics class in 7th grade, and we cooked there. That’s how I got into it. The first things I would bake were cookies, muffins, and cakes.

However, during the first few years of cooking and baking, I threw away most of what I made. But the S’mores cookies were one of the few exceptions.

I remember reading the recipe and how it called for graham cracker crumbs. However, I misunderstood the ingredient and almost put in Indian gram flour. Luckily, my mom told me that it would have made the cookies taste bitter. So, I removed it.

After following the recipe accurately, I tasted a cookie… and guess what… It tasted delicious

I would love to make these again, even though I don’t remember the website that had the recipe. I don’t know if it even exists anymore. Even if it does, my browsing history could not take me back to 2007, when I made the S’mores cookies, which happened a year after taking home ec in school

I also noticed that 7-11 had sold them. But they were not the same kind that I had made. Rather than having a graham cracker based cookie, the franchise’s version was a chocolate cookie. 

I have eaten it before, and I enjoyed it. From what I can remember, it was a chocolate cookie with chocolate chips, graham cracker pieces, and melted marshmallows.

Although I liked 7-11’s version of their S’mores cookies, if I ever go back to making the ones I made at age 13, I will stick with the kind with a graham cracker cookie, filled with chocolate chips and marshmallows. I also hope that it will be soft and chewy, which is how I prefer my cookies.

One thing I have learned while baking cookies over the years is that adding baking powder causes them to arise like cakes. That has always displeased me. So, I would press on them with a spatula and flatten them.

From now on, if a cookie recipe calls for baking powder, I will not use it. You may have a different opinion, and of course, I respect that.

Published by Sunayna Prasad

I enjoy writing stories, creating artwork, watching movies and TV shows, cooking, and traveling. These are the topics of my posts. I also publish books, where you can learn about them on my website, www.sunaynaprasadbooks.com. Be sure to copy and paste the link and subscribe to my newsletter on the email list button on the homepage.

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