S’mores Chocolate Toffee Bark

Written by chanie on July 2nd, 2012

It has been quite a few years since the hype of matza crack (made famous by Marcy Goldman of BetterBaking.com), but the thrill of the chocolate & toffee covered matza cracker has not been lost on me. I can eat it nonstop (that’s why they call it crack!) In the spirit of summer and Fourth of July celebrations everywhere, I decided to reinvent traditional matza crack into a s’mores version with graham crackers and marshmallows. Would you believe it if I told you that it’s even better than the original?! If there is one dessert recipe that you try from my blog, make it this one, you will not regret it!

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  1. Hindy says:

    Holy moly! That looks amazing! Must try this! Looks much better than the matzah crack!

  2. steph says:

    gotta make this with homemade graham crackers and homemade marshmallows!

  3. sara2 says:

    OMG. These look so amazing & dangerous!

  4. Melinda says:

    Yeah, this was totally worth the wait! I am in full-on drool mode right now. You know how much I love s’mores :)

  5. Ellie says:

    looks so friken goooood!

  6. dinie says:

    YUM!!! Just made it for Shavuos & chopped a bunch of mixed nuts for the top, then served it w/ vanilla ice cream!!!! it’s one of those things “once u pop, u can’t stop!!!” :)

  7. that looks quite deliciously dangerous!

  8. Wow! This sounds amazing. I adore anything smore!

  9. Victoria says:

    Must try this asap!! Looks fantastic!

  10. Tamar Genger says:

    This truly looks amazing and so up my alley. I always freeze the matzoh crack and eat it through the holiday, will that work for this too?

    • chanie says:

      I’ve made this graham cracker bark with nuts and that froze really well. I’m not sure about the marshmallows though. The Food Network Magazine had a feature this month where they froze all sorts of things. Marshmallows was one of the things that didn’t work out.

  11. Ronnie Fein says:

    oh gosh, the grandchildren are coming for a few days. I think do absolutely might love these! :) :) :)

  12. Melissa says:

    Yum! This recipe is a winner for smores season!

  13. Yocheved says:

    I just tasted this at the event in chicago and decided I must make it! Im just trying to figure out why my toffee didn’t thicken up at all? I boiled it for a while. ..thanks!

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