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Classic S'mores

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Recipe

Prepare a medium-heat fire, with the flames just under the grill grate. Spear a marshmallow on the tip of each skewer and distribute a skewer to each diner. Sitting or crouching a safe distance from the fire, hold the marshmallow just over the flame until it is heated to one's desired level of meltiness, 1 to 2 minutes. (Some prefer a charred marshmallow; others prefer a firmer candy puff.)

Place the marshmallow upon one graham cracker square, top it with the chocolate and then an additional graham cracker square. Eat whilst hot.

Yield: Provides 4 portions

Ingredients

Directions

Honeyed Chocolate Orange

Drizzle a bit of wildflower honey on the graham crackers and top the chocolate with a paper-thin slice of orange.

White Chocolate & Strawberry

Spread a thin layer of strawberry jam on the graham crackers and substitute a square of white chocolate for the bittersweet.

Grasshopper S'more

Substitute a thin after-dinner mint chocolate for the bitter-Sweet chocolate. Sandwich the toasted marshmallow and mint chocolate between chocolate wafer cookies, if desired.

Dulce de Leche & Fleur de Sel

Spread a thin layer of dulce de leche on the graham crackers and sprinkle on a pinch of fleur de sel before topping with the toasted marshmallow and chocolate.

Petit Ecolier S'more (for Swift Campfire Gratification)

Omit the graham crackers, omit the chocolate. Simply toast the marshmallow and sandwich it between two dark chocolate Petit Ecolier cookies.

Creamy Peanut Butter Open-Faced Smore

Spread the bottom graham cracker with creamy peanut butter and omit the top cracker.


© 2011 Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young

Note from Cookstr's Editors

Nutritional information does not include Honeyed Marshmallows or Sylvester Graham's Crackers. For nutritional information on Honeyed Marshmallows or Sylvester Graham's Crackers, please follow the links above.

 

Nutritional Information

Nutrients per serving (% daily value)

136kcal (7%)
3mg (0%)
18g
2g
9g (13%)
0g
5g (25%)
3g
0g
0mg (0%)
15g
1g
33mg
103mg
0mcg RAE (0%)
0mg (0%)
9mg (1%)
1mg (5%)
 

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