Crack candy is what this popular treat is often called, but I prefer to call it cracker candy. You can probably guess why. But wow, oh wow, are you going to love this easy s’mores cracker candy recipe. What’s not to love? S’mores. Easy. Candy. The end. True love.
But our s’mores cracker candy love story doesn’t stop there! Nope, you have to share this yummy goodness with your family, friends, neighbors, teachers, acquaintances, pets…ok, not pets, but basically anyone and everyone you come in contact with.
Here’s the Truth
So I’m exaggerating. Isn’t that a for blogger’s job? Surely you’re tired of reading blogger’s rant about recipes and food, but that’s because you’re not “in the know” in the blogging world. But, I’ll let you in on our little secret…
For our yummy recipes to show up in your search engines, we have to talk and gab about how amazing, dee-lish, crazy-yummy, absolutely irresistible each and every recipe is. In fact, the common belief is that each and every recipe should be at least 350 words long. Yes, 350 words.
Easy S’mores Cracker Candy Recipe
This is exactly why you, dear reader, have to read about why we made this recipe, who loved it and even who dug into to first. You even have to read about our silly stories about our trips to the grocery store and even about the food allergies in our family.
And yes, food bloggers have to even figure out creative ways we can use the title of our recipes in our posts. For instance, I am trying to brainstorm about how to talk about s’mores cracker candy just a few more times so your favorite search engines will know that this post is really, really, reeeeaaaallllly about s’mores cracker candy.
So the next time you wonder why a food blogger is telling you about her dog named Sandy, just remember the little secret I just divulged. It’s ok. I don’t really have a lot of food blogging friends who will forever hold a grudge that I let the “cat out of the bag.” You deserve to be “in the know” and I want to be completely transparent with all of you reader peeps.
And yes, for my very last paragraph I am going to remind you that you need to try s’mores cracker candy today. Why? Because I need to use the phrase s’mores cracker candy once again to make sure everyone can find my delectable, unforgettable, tantalizing recipe once again.
By the way, that was 414 words. ;0)