This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc.s'mores. The chocolate with the marshmallows roasted over the fire. It takes me back to my childhood. When I was little, my family went camping every summer. We would have fires and s'mores, they are some of my happiest childhood memories. Memories I hope to recreate with my kids. The past couple of years, some thing has stopped us from being able to head out with a tent, last year it was having a brand new baby. Even though we aren't leaving town, we have decided to recreate those memories even if we aren't going further than our own backyard. You don't need to be on vacation to make s'mores. Any night can be a fun family night.
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At home in our kitchen, with out microwave we have started experimenting with ways to make s'mores and have found some amazingly easy and delicious versions. In fact, s'mores are just as much fun to make indoors as they are outdoor AND it is such a quick treat. Here are our favorite versions of chocolate covered s'mores.
- Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar (the 6 packs work great for this)
- Jet Puffed S'mores Mallows (they are square for S'mores! So smart! I found them at Walmart.)
- Honey Maid Squares
- a plastic bag (for squishing extra graham crackers)
1. Place a marshmallow between two graham crackers. Microwave the s'more for 10-15 seconds, or until it starts to puff up. Remove from the microwave and dip into the melted chocolate, using a spoon to cover it completely. Add smashed cracker crumbs on top.