Looks simple enough. Let's get it.
Here are the ingredients:
- Graham crackers
- 14 oz can of condensed milk
- Bittersweet chocolate
- Sour cream or marshmallow creme
Pour the condensed milk in a saucepan, simmer for about 5 minutes, watch carefully, you don't
want it to boil. Trust me, if you do, you'll have burnt condensed milk pieces, yuck!
Go ahead and measure out 1 and 1/4 cups of the chocolate chips. I chose dark chocolate chips, not sure if that's the same thing as bittersweet.
Add the chocolate chips to the condensed milk, stirring until the mixture is smooth.
Wow, they magically cut themselves up! Before that happened, I rinsed the strawberries and sliced them.
So, here's that pic of the sour cream and marshmallow creme I promised. I knew that my group would not go for the sour cream, so I figured I'd make some with the marshmallow creme.
Go ahead and lay out your graham crackers. These all served as the bottoms that you'll lather the chocolate on.
Speaking of lather...look at that chocolate. You can use a rubber spatula to spread out the chocolate on your graham crackers.
Throw those strawberries on top of the chocolate, ok, maybe not throw. Gently place the sliced strawberries on top of the chocolate that;s ever so gently spread across the golden graham crackers.
Next, spread either the sour cream or the marshmallow creme on top of the strawberries. Please note that the marshmallow creme is a wee bit hard to spread and gets pretty messy, but is oh so worth it. Once spread, top with another graham cracker. Viola, bon appeit, you're done!
This was a light dessert, MonkeyMan shrieked when I told him I used sour cream. It sounds kinda weird but actually quite a good combination. I can see a few variations on this snack, wonder how ricotta cheese would taste? Maybe next time, when I am bitten by that cooking bug again.