Stoves and Bros Baker's Edition: S'mores cake truffles

by Stoves and Bros

Admittedly my last two post have been outside my normal sphere of guy-friendly recipes, but I had an amazing cooking experience and need to share. So in my last post I gave a review of the Milk Bar class. This class got me thinking about all the ways you can eat cake. All you need is cake-soak-white-chocolate-crumb. For instance, you can take yellow cake, soak it with some milk, dip in melted white chocolate, and cover in ground-up fruity pebbles... I made a variation using s'mores ingredients

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Servings: 24 truffles


Chocolate cake (if making from scratch I use the cake from this recipe; chocolate box cake also works)

1/4 cup marshmallow fluff

1/2 cup of marshmallow

1 cup of crushed graham cracker


1. Bake the cake depending on what recipe you went with

2. Take a silicone spatula and mix up all the cake until its evenly in crumbles 

3. Let the cake cool until you're able to handle it

4. Melt the white chocolate in a bowl and add 1/2 cup of oil (canola works) Tip on melting chocolate can be here:

5. Once the cake is cooled add the marshmallow fluff and knead mixture into a big ball of dough

6. Use a tablespoon to scoop out and roll the dough into little balls

7. Dip the dough balls into the white chocolate and then toss the graham cracker crust on them

8. Refrigerate for an hour

 These will stay in the fridge for about a week and are so delicious when you just want a bite to eat.