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I love s'mores. Correction: I freaking adore s'mores. If there's one food I love more than s'mores, I wouldn't be able to give you one. S'mores are the quintessential American dream: gooey, soft marshmallows, crispy graham crackers, and chocolate that melts into velvet in your mouth. They're the perfect summer treat, from BBQ's, to girls night, to guys night, to birthdays parties, and an afternoon treat. You already know that though. Ok, ok, so why am I actually talking about s'mores? Because I'm here to show you how to have s'mores year-round. Yup, we're talking s'mores in the summer, s'mores in the winter, and most definitely s'mores in the fall.
I was sent to Walmart to pick up Hershey's milk chocolate bars, Honey Maid graham cracker squares, and Kraft's jet puffed marshmallows. They had the easiest stand set up, so I didn't even have to worry about running around looking for the product. For under $10, I had enough marshmallows for 100 people, 6 bars of chocolate, and a stack of graham crackers. #score
I also picked up a Cookies and Cream Hershey's bar to make my indoor recipe cookies n cream s'mores at home.
Upon returning, I plated everything, and cut up the chocolate and graham crackers. After that, head to your microwave and microwave 2-3 pieces of chocolate (both types) together for under 10 seconds. Keep an eye on the chocolate.
Turn your gas oven on, and roast the marshmallow in the fire, being careful enough to not burn the marshmallow. You want the same crisp that originates from grilling outside. Once you've succeeded at the two easiest steps, anything else is up to you. Layer your s'more together (I like cracker, chocolate, marshmallow, chocolate, cracker) and enjoy! Who needs a campfire to make s'mores?
I've shared how I create tasty and memorable s'mores. Now, how do you?