S’mores Cake — Most Popular Pin of the Week

This cake plays on a childhood favorite: s’mores. Layer store-bought marshmallow cream and toasted graham cracker crumbs for an easy filling, plus homemade ganache for an extra-chocolatey garnish.
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Food Stylist: Stephana Bottom

Photo by: Levi Brown

Levi Brown

Toasty marshmallows, melted chocolate and crisp graham crackers — what more could you want in a dessert? In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, your childhood campfire favorite is transformed into a decadent four-tiered cake. Food Network Magazine’s recipe for Basic Chocolate Cake becomes the perfect base for the oozing filling, which is made easy with store-bought marshmallow cream and buttery, toasted graham cracker crumbs. Layer the cooled cakes with the filling, and then top with ganache.

For more dessert recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: S’mores Cake (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine

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