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Fudge Babies, that is.

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Above, my first time actually making S’mores Babies.

It’s kinda expected by now that, whenever there’s a party, I will bring food. Don’t know how this came to be, but I’m powerless to change it.  If I don’t show up with food, all hell breaks loose among my hungry friends.  This past weekend, for example, I was invited to a huge bash at a friend’s house to celebrate the end of the school year. Translation: LOTS of people and LOTS of craziness.

So my friend says: You’re coming, right?

Me: Yeah.

Friend: And you’re bringing food, right?

Me: (fake offended voice) Is that the only reason you invited me?

Friend:(grinning) Of course!

Me: No, I wasn’t planning on it. You guys are always drunk anyway, so my culinary masterpieces are wasted (pun intended) on you.

Friend: But drunk people need food too!

Result? CCK accepts defeat and retreats to her secret lair kitchen.

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When she comes back out, she is not alone: the S’mores Babies come too!

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Kate says:

    Truth or dare got way more fun when our parties turned co-ed. When it was just girls, one could come up with any daring dares that people were willing to do. 🙂
    It was more of “sing the barney song outside”.
    Those look amazing, btw!

  2. Kate says:

    Sorry, I meant “no one”

  3. Beth says:

    Ha I played a lot of truth or dare as a kid and I know a lot of dares at the time seemed terrifying but none of htem really stick out in my mind.

  4. Sarahishealthy says:

    Holy fudge! Come to MY next party!

  5. good for you for saving the good batches for sober appetites! i dont like drinking and usually opt out and i def dont drink if ppl are gonna get drunk… i dont like the vibes. ur such a good friend for making food and bringing it over- i hope they appreciated it!! and enjoyed it!!!
    truth or dare is the best game to play when know one knows what else to do… and its full-proof, you’re guaranteed a great time!!!

    mmmm fudge…. drool…. lol

  6. Valerie says:

    I know what we’ll be making this week 😉

  7. abby says:

    i loved truth or dare! so much fun, and i agree with someone above who said it’s more fun with guys :). i wish my friends still played! we never thought up anything good. but we did eat and drink some pretty gross things. broccoli milkshake? 🙂

  8. Inspired says:

    I don’t think I ever played truth or dare. And, sadly, I’ve never had a s’more baby either. Well, at least I can fix ONE of those two. 😉

  9. Leslie says:

    I asked out the guy I liked as a dare… and he said YES!!! 🙂

  10. I used to play “Truth or Dare” with my friends all the time!! Awww…now I’m getting tons of memories flooding back. One time I got dared to let this boy put a hickey on my neck and I didn’t want to look like a baby so I let him do it. Well, when I got home my mom and grandma saw it!!! Needless to say, I was grounded for weeks.

  11. Diana says:

    *Steals Katie away from Sarah’s party* 🙂 🙂

  12. Katie says:

    Wow those smores babies look amazing!!!! I love smores!!! Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I like to still play with play-doh!!!!!!!!!! I just dont eat it like I used to when I was little, lol!

    love u!!

  13. Ilana says:

    Oh those look so good. Soooo what I need right now – chocolate and marshmallow comfort food.

    I was never really shy, my friends and I did a lot of weird and crazy things, so I can’t think of any one particular strange and daring thing I’ve done …

    Kids things? I love markers. LOVE them.

  14. Danielle says:

    Nice, Katie! Marshmallow, like Truth or Dare, reminds me of camp when I was 13 or so. It was probably the first time that I made friends with people who were male… you know, BOYS. Turns out they’re human, too. And they like marshmallows.

  15. Ilana,
    SMELLY markers!! Oh my gosh, I would come home from school with a rainbow nose every single day in elementary school :).

  16. Danielle,
    Haha I think if it’s got sugar, boys like it 😉

  17. lovelisa says:

    hi katie! i haven’t bbeen commenting lately but i am still reading every one of your posts. just wanted to tell you :). now i have to go click on that smore baby link!

  18. Mary says:

    Those look scrumptious! But messy too. How on earth did you guys eat them? Forks?

  19. Olivia says:

    My favorite “kid” thing to do is to run around barefoot in the yard with my dog. Only now I just don’t do so many cartwheels.

    Also, an important bit of information I found out recently. Crayons contain stearic acid which is almost always made from animal fat. I learned this when I read an article called 185 Things to do With a Pig, in which the author listed everything pig parts are used for (I have four pet pigs who were rescued from food production, so I wanted to make sure I was avoiding all indirect pork produts.)

    I hope you don’t feel like I’m preaching or trying o be a know-it-all on your blog… I just know I always appreciate it when someone lets me know of an animal ingredient in something I wasn’t aware of. It’s so hard to keep up with everything that doesn’t list its ingredients!

    I can’t remember on which blog I first saw these, but these crayons are supposed to be vegan http://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Doug-Triangular-Crayons-pack/dp/B000MRKGQY

    And if you want to read the article I read, you can find it here
    http://www.thefreelibrary.com/185+THINGS+TO+DO+WITH+A+PIG%3B+From+bullets+to+bread+and+beer,+…-a0208935993

  20. Jess says:

    If those don’t epitomize the words “food porn” nothing does!