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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Success® Rice. All opinions are my own and are honest.


We’ve grown up in a household where my mom would come home from work
looking for a quick meal to make. One of the items she’d reach for was a bag of
10-minute, boil-in-a-bag Success® rice
to accompany whatever dish she’s made for us for the night. It’s pre-portioned, and the BPA-free
boil-in-bag means no mess, no measuring involved.
forward to now where Success® Rice is my go-to brand of rice to cook
for my family, especially after a long day at work. The Success® Jasmine Rice, the only boil-in-a-bag
Jasmine rice is a favorite amongst my family.
It goes great with many of the dishes I make, plain, or even with
ketchup. It has a buttery, nutty fragrance, silky, smooth grains and delivers
fully cooked rice in 10 minutes. But, best of all, the Success® Thai Jasmine rice makes a great dessert.

My favorite dessert is a nice warm S’more. It combines my love for
chocolate with my love for cookies and it balances the amount of sweetness,
especially if you make your own graham cookies.
I love finger foods and things that you can just pop in your mouth
with one or two bites.
These s’mores rice balls are my take on the savory Sicilian
Arancini, which are, stuffed rice balls, coated with breadcrumbs, then fried.
They are usually filled with meat, peas, and tomato sauce.
My take on the Sicilian classic is not savory but a decadent dessert
that has fluffy marshmallow spread, orange zest, and milk chocolate chips
coated in graham cracker crumbs then deep-fried. This gives your first bite that
subtle cinnamon crunch and a warm gooey filling.
Serve the S’mores Arancini using Success® Jasmine Rice with a
Raspberry glaze and enjoy!
S’mores Arancini Recipe
Canola Oil, for frying
Pam cooking Spray
2 Bags of Cooked Success®
Jasmine Boil-in-Bag Rice, Warm
Zest of an orange
¼ tsp Salt
1-Tablespoon Evaporated
1 tsp vanilla extract
2  Cups Marshmallow Fluff, reserve 1 cup
½ Cup Milk chocolate chips
½  Cup all-purpose flour
2 large eggs
1 ½ Cups Graham Cracker
Raspberry Dipping Sauce
1 pint fresh raspberries
Zest of 1 lemon
1 ½ Cups of Water
½ cup sugar
  1. Follow the cooking
    instructions for Success® Jasmine Boil-in-Bag Rice. Drain well making sure that
    all of the water has evaporated. Remove cooked rice from bag and place in a
    medium sized mixing bowl. Set aside.
  2. Place flour, eggs, and graham
    cracker crumbs in three shallow dishes; lightly beat eggs.
  3. Get a cookie sheet and
    spread with wax or parchment paper.
  4. Add the orange zest, salt,
    evaporated milk, and vanilla extract. Mix thoroughly.
  5. Next, fold in 1 Cup of the Marshmallow
    fluff and spread evenly on the prepared cookie sheet lined with parchment
    paper. Refrigerate for an hour or until it has set and has a sticky
  6. Heat canola oil to 350
    Degrees in a deep fryer or a pot.
  7. Spread the final cup of marshmallow fluff on top of the rice.
  8. This step is optional and
    if you have a blowtorch, lightly toast the rice and marshmallow to give your
    mixture that campfire taste.
  9. Take about 1 ½ to 2
    tablespoons of the rice mixture and place 1-2 chocolate chips in the middle of
    the rice and form a ball.
  10. Dredge each ball with
    flour, and then dip in eggs and coat in graham cracker crumbs. Transfer to a
    parchment-lined baking sheet.
  11. Refrigerate the balls for 30 min.
  12. Deep fry making sure to
    not overcrowd and cook until golden brown.
After eating a healthy meal, we really hope
you enjoy making and eating the S’mores Arancini made using the Success® Thai Jasmine Rice. After all, everyone
needs to treat themselves to dessert after a long day of work, plus, with the
ease of using Success® rice, this or any meal can be made in a fraction of the
You can also use Success® Rice to try your own
twist on one of your favorite recipes by swapping an aromatic variety into some
of your go-to rice dishes. Learn more about the different varieties at
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Success® Rice.
All opinions are my own and are honest. Recipe created specifically for Beauty
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Kim is the do-it-all mom (and wife) who not only works full-time and is a freelance makeup artist, but also blogs about her love of family, travel, beauty and skincare. Now that she has a kindergartener, Kim has added Class Parent to her resume. These are all tough jobs, but somehow, she makes them look easy.
  • Uhmmm… YES PLEASE!!!!!

  • Looks really good. Very creative. I would love to try the rice to make rice pudding…

  • Very cool. I use jasmine rice for a lot of things in my house, I’ll try this.

  • I never would have thought to mix rice and smores! how fun. Your family must love your cooking!

    • Me either. Thank God I have a sister who is not only a chef, but also a food stylist.

  • Lisa Marie Heath

    These look incredibly delicious!

  • OMG this sounds amazing!

  • marciaf

    What an unusual way to use rice. I’d never have thought of this clever idea.

  • I had Jasmine Rice last night and it was Yummy!

  • Norah Salazar

    This sounds and looks delicious!

  • This looks yummy!

  • Yum! That looks delicious.

  • FabZilla_Kath

    Looks yummy

  • Marshmallow rice balls? What a fab idea! I want a dozen right now!

  • TinaBowling

    Oh wow, what a unique recipe! I will have to try this soon.

  • looks yummy and great for a small gathering.

    • Yes, you’re right. I hope you try it out.

  • Allison @neversaydiebeauty

    What a clever idea! yum

    • Wasn’t it! I am thankful to have a chef as a sister.