Ingredients3 m servings 277 cals
- Heat the marshmallow over an open flame until it begins to brown and melt.
- Break the graham cracker in half. Sandwich the chocolate between the cracker and the hot marshmallow. Allow the marshmallow to cool a moment before eating.
- Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.
Per Serving: 277 calories; 14 g fat; 37.8 g carbohydrates; 2.7 g protein; 10 mg cholesterol; 74 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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The s'mores were so good that my family and I couldn't get enough. However due to the weather I decided to just put them in the oven and they still came out great. I put the chocolate bars and m...
You want to REALLY jazz up your S'more? Use different chocolates and for that final touch wrap your finished S'more in tin foil and toss onto some hot coals from the fire, wait a 2-3 min or unti...
These are always a great idea! My oldest son's favorite variation is to use a peanut butter cup instead of a chocolate bar.
These are the best - a classic that never goes out of style no matter how old you are! Our neighbor's supply the kids, the graham cracker and marshmallows and we supply the rest. I love experi...
These are sooo good! I also have been known to make "indoor s'mores" when I have to by using the oven or microwave, but roasting the marshmallow over fire puts these over the top!
Nothing beats a real s'more, when you've got a fire to toast the marshmallows. In a pinch, I've been known to toast the marshmallows over one of the burners on our gas range!
These have been a favorite for bonfires and cookouts for decades. For a treat in the winter, you can make these in the microwave. Just heat until the marsmallow begins to expand.
We love making S'mores on camping trips or in our back yard fire pit. But sometimes instead of a chocolate bar we use store bought chocolate icing. We have also used peanut butter as well. Both ...