All the mouthwatering recipes in our series “The Main Ingredient” have one thing in common: They all contain cookies. 

Frosted Graham Stackers

Sadly, all good things must come to an end. We here at Cheryl’s hope you had a blast trying out our many buttercream experiments over the past seven weeks, but now it’s time for the grand finale.

To wrap things up, we thought we’d put a new twist on an old campfire favorite: s’mores. But there’s no need to light up a bonfire for this delicious treat. All you need is a few graham crackers, a tub of Cheryl’s rich fudge buttercream icing (to replace the chocolate bar in the traditional S’mores recipe) and a jar of creamy peanut butter (to stand in for the marshmallows).

Graham Crackers Frosted With Cheryl's Fudge Buttercream Icing and Peanut Butter

Break the graham crackers into small squares and separate them into three equal piles. Take one pile and spread a thick layer of Cheryl’s fudge buttercream frosting onto each graham cracker. For the second pile, spread a thick layer of peanut butter onto each square. Leave the remaining squares unfrosted.

Stacked Frosted Graham Crackers

Lay the buttercream-frosted crackers on a plate, frosted side up. Stack one plain cracker on top of each buttercream-frosted square, and then stack a peanut butter-covered cracker on top of the plain cracker to create a three-layer sandwich.

Stacked Frosted Graham Crackers Topped With Chocolate Chips

Cap off the sandwich with a topping of your choice, such as chocolate chips or strawberry slices.

Now, gather your friends ’round the table, pour yourselves a few mugs of piping hot chocolate, and take joy in a night of warm laughter and sweet comfort>

If you missed any of the previous installments in our buttercream series, you can find them here: traditional treats, icing fondue, deconstructed cake, cake push-up pops, frosted pancake sandwiches, frosted doughnut flowers.

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  1. Sherry Powers

    Have a very important client and had 3 baskets sent for Christmas. Upon ordering we requested messages of Holiday Greetings from our Company. Cookies were good however there was no message as requested. The cookies were accepted and eaten but noone had any idea they came from our Company. Called to complain and was the message was on back of shipping label. Who does that! Who would know to look on back of shipping label? This was not made clear at time of ordering. There was no concern for our loss of PR with our client at Cheryls hands. We will never use them again and will be sure to tell our clients about this.

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