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Pine Nut Blondies from 'Around the Southern Table'

Kate Williams Post a comment

Blondies are often too sweet for my taste, but the idea of adding subtly savory pine nuts to the dessert was too intriguing to pass up. More

Pine Nut Blondies from 'Around the Southern Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Blondies are often too sweet for my taste, but the idea of adding subtly savory pine nuts to the dessert was too intriguing to pass up. More

Cakespy: Tele-Graham Crackers

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A letter in the mail is a wonderful treat. But a letter is even better when it's delivered by way of a sandwich cookie snack. More

Tele-Graham Crackers

Serious Eats cakespy 2 comments

Label these graham cracker cookie sandwiches with a sweet message before sending them to a friend. More

Cookie Monster: Chocolate Coffee Graham Crackers

Sweets Carrie Vasios Mullins Post a comment

Growing up in New York City, I didn't have frequent access to fire pits, fire places, or campfires. That's part of why, for me, making s'mores took on a level of excitement that I imagine other children felt about going to see Phantom of the Opera or Cats. More

Chocolate Coffee "Graham" Crackers

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins Post a comment

Crunchy, dunkable graham crackers get a twist with the addition of chocolate and coffee. More

Gingerbread House Hack: How to Make One with Graham Crackers

Sweets Erin Zimmer 15 comments

We spent a recent Friday afternoon gathered around the big table at SEHQ with graham crackers, frosting, and whatever candy, snacks, cereal, and other miscellaneous cupboard items we could find, most of which was still left over from taste tests. More

American Classics: Buckeye Pie

Sweets Alexandra Penfold 4 comments

Like Anthony and Cleopatra, Gilbert and Sullivan, and Bert and Ernie, I'm confident peanut butter and chocolate will go down as one of history's epic pairings. And when it comes to peanut butter and chocolate you simply can't have too much of a good thing as evidenced by this tailgate-ready Buckeye Pie. More

Buckeye Pie

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

A pie that would look like a buckeye, be made of the same ingredients as a buckeye and have actual homemade buckeyes on top. Crazy? Maybe. But mostly crazy good. More

American Classics: S'mores for the Indoors

Sweets Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

Summer technically isn't quite over yet and I'm doing my best to cram in a last hurrah before September 23rd rolls around and I have to make peace with apples and pumpkins, shorter days and longer nights. There are few desserts as closely bonded to summer memories as s'mores and this recipe gives you all the toasty tastiness you remember from camp—without the fire pit. More

S'mores for the Indoors

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

The marshmallows are a revised version of this practically instant-setting marshmallow recipe from Peeps Week '09. This recipe allows just enough time to spread in the pan before setting. More

American Classics: Moon Pies

Sweets Alexandra Penfold 9 comments

The last Moon Pie I had (a few years ago) didn't live up to the magnificence I remembered from childhood. Perhaps it was me—I'll admit my intense sweet tooth has dulled with time, and I can no longer pound packages of Peeps like I once did. Or maybe I just have less of a tolerance for all the artificial goodies—I'm looking at you, high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oil blend! Nevertheless, the concept behind a Moon Pie is great, and the marshmallow cream/graham cracker/chocolate shell trifecta is more than worthy of a makeover. More

Moon Pies

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

The marshmallow cream/graham cracker/chocolate shell trifecta is more than worthy of a makeover. More

Cakespy: Banana Split S'more Whoopie Pies

Sweets cakespy 1 comment

In case you didn't already know it, August 10th is both National S'more Day and National Banana Split Day. And in celebration of this momentous day, here's a dessert mash-up which allows you to go above and beyond your civic pastry eating duty: the Banana Split S'more Whoopie Pie. More

Banana Split S'more Whoopie Pies

Serious Eats cakespy 1 comment

It combines all of the key flavor points of both the banana split and s'mores, but the delivery is a bit of a curveball: cakey banana-marshmallow cookies are lined with chocolate before sandwiching ice cream flecked with graham cracker bits. More

Homemade Graham Crackers for Fancy S'mores

Serious Eats Liz Gutman Post a comment

This recipe is adapted from one we use at Liddabit, which was in turn adapted from the recipe from Nancy Silverton found on Smitten Kitchen. More

Scooped: Strawberry Dream Pie Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz Post a comment

Nothing says early summer to me quite like a juicy berry pie, topped with fat snowcaps of cream. Especially when you can find tiny gem-like strawberries nesting in farmers markets, almost a different species from the cottony hulks in supermarkets. But with a clutch of berries this good, it felt like a waste to sully them with heat. So I veered to the other end of the thermal spectrum, but couldn't get pie off my mind. More

Gluten-Free Tuesday: Chocolate Graham Crackers

Serious Eats Elizabeth Barbone 2 comments

One of my favorite chocolate cookies isn't really a cookie at all. It's a cracker: the chocolate graham cracker. Yup, those crisp, not-too sweet treats from childhood, are my favorite chocolate "cookie." (And, this time of the year, they make an excellent s'more.) More

Edible DIY: Maple Walnut Graham Crackers

Sweets Lucy Baker 4 comments

These graham crackers are crunchy, toothsome, and just a smidge sweet. They really do taste like a punched-up version of the store-bought kind. The hints of walnuts and maple syrup make me want to slather them with cream cheese, but they would be equally delicious sandwiched with chocolate and marshmallows, or served in lieu of a biscuit with coffee or tea. More

Maple Walnut Graham Crackers

Serious Eats Lucy Baker 2 comments

DIY graham crackers are incredibly easy. This recipe is based on one from Nancy Silverton's cookbook, Pastries from the La Brea Bakery. I've given it my own New England spin by incorporating walnuts and maple syrup. To make 1/2 cup... More

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