Yesterday I shared a recipe for these red velvet + s’mores brownie hybrids on Tracy’s blog. Take a peek! Oh… and wait until they cool to cut them completely.
wow, that second picture!
Oh my God! I told myself, eating healthy and clean this weekend only and then I see this! Ok, tell me whats healthy in them and then I’ll make them. Eggs are healthy. Ok, I gotta go check out the recipe. Dam you Jessica!! Dam you!!
I think I just had a heart attack just looking at this picture….but what a way to go!!!! Love everything you do! Thank you so much for being a happy part of my day!
Wow. The pictures alone. I cannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnot wait to make these–thanks so much for posting!
Those are beautiful!
I love the colour!
I want these NOW!!!
That second picture is insane!
I still want these….
In the name of all that’s good and holy. I want to get all up in that last photo, gooey mess and all. And I wouldn’t use a fork.
I think i just died!
Holy crap. I want to cuddle all up in that second picture.
That second picture. The gobs of marshmallow. WANT.
oh my goshhhhhhh. Stop it
ok, no no keep bringing these recipes to us :)
That gooey 2nd picture…oh wow….I want :)
Oh wow! Ooey gooey goodness.
Mmmm red velvet love!
I need these right now!!!
Oh my. I really just have no works for how amazing these look. I haven’t even eaten breakfast yet and All I want to be doing is eating these!!
Oooo la la!
What the what???!! I am not surprised, but how exactly does your brain concoct these recipe ideas? So happy you don’t post nutritional facts with your recipes. I don’t even want to know! ;)
Drool on my screen….
You are a culinary genius. ;)
OMG really! These brownies are INSANE! I can’t wait to make them!
Hi Jessica!! These look super gooey. I made regular S’Mores Bars on my blog and they were really good. But with red velvet like yours, they would taste ten times better! Very creative.
i love that you used red velvet instead of just a classic chocolate! so fun and they look delicious
Oh, I so have picture envy…
Oh my goodness, I NEED THESE! I love dessert hybrids!
Oh my, the second picture is just beyond words..
Oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God.
Omg.. woah! These look increeeedible!! :D
Looks like the scrummiest kind of art to me! Beautiful photos!
LOVE these. Already addicted!
oh the second photos is incredible!
Oh my gosh I cannot wait to make this! I love all your recipes I make, so I’m sure I’ll love this one too :)
my favourite part of a s’more is the toasted marshmellow…soooo good
I’m absolutely in LOVE with smore’s and I love this idea!! First time visiting your blog and I like what I see :)
Headed there now…you don’t have to tell me twice! ;)
YUMMMMY! I am soooo making these ASAP !
OMG, look at that final photo – all that ooey gooey goodness. Yum!
ugh, want this NOW.
What kind of chocolate chips did you use? Going to make these ASAP!!
Ooh!! These look divine!
You are like the queen of red velvet. I made your red velvet brownies with white chocolate frosting for Valentine’s Day and they were a huge hit. I can’t wait to try this recipe; it would perfect for a Fourth of July picnic or something like that.
Talk about heavenly bliss!
The gooeir the better! :-D
delicious. and unbelievable. how do you even combine 3 amazing things !?!? :)
Oh man, these look amazing!!! All that gooey goodness – I need one now!
You are going to make me so fat :-(
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