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Omg, this was so good!! And i love the way u described it in such detail! Plus thanks for involving a lot of ways on how to make these! I see me making this on a snow day…thank you! Hi, what are the wooden skewers for? How do you get the chocolate to melt more over a campfire? Once I allow the marshmallows to catch fire for a couple of seconds, the chocolate melts with no issue from the heat. From what I can research, it looks like the digestive biscuit would be the closest to a graham cracker.
I am a grammy wanting for granddaughter to experience my childhood memories of smores…thanks so much for all your suggestions! I will try to make some of it with my friend this weekend.
I always wondered what other options there were for at home instead of just campfire! As a kid, I used to make it in the microwave all the time…until I got a kitchen torch in my teens! We usually make a big batch in the oven, but stovetop sounds fun, too. Perfect timing on this post! Friend's Address. Your Name. Send. On a plate add the graham cracker half, cover with a square of chocolate.
Top the graham crackers with a marshmallow. Using a skewer, turn you gas stove onto high heat and hold the marshmallows over the flame. Using the second graham cracker square, put the marshmallow over the chocolate, press the graham cracker over it while taking the skewer out.
Using a skewer, turn you grill onto high heat and hold the marshmallows over the surface but not touching it. Swap out the chocolate for a spoonful of chocolate hazelnut spread. How to make S'Mores 4 Ways!
How to make the perfect S'mores that will take you back to your childhood on the stove, in the microwave, in the oven and on the grill. Yield 12 Servings. Prep Time 5 minutes. Cook Time 5 minutes.
Course Dessert, Snack. Cuisine American. Author Sabrina Snyder. Save Saved! Print Rate. US Customary Metric. Instructions The most basic answer is you break a graham cracker in half and lay the two halves on a plate. Then have a marshmallow, heated up, that you add to the chocolate and top with the graham cracker.
Press down slightly and enjoy while warm and melted. Keyword: Classic S'mores 4 Ways. address Up Now. Sabrina lives with her family in sunny California. Like This Recipe? Chocolate Dessert Recipes Recipe.
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