Summer S'mores: Stackable Sandwich 10 minutes recipe
10 minute S'mores Recipes
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Last Christmas with all the talk about Santa and chimneys, my girls and I begin to talk about fire, in all the talk my little one mention she's never seen fire!
WHAT?!? Never seen fire? I couldn't believe it, but after all investigations I realize she was right. Like any good mother I had to remedy the situation.
That's how we got our fire fire pit!
Living in South Florida, owning a fire pit is bit hilarious, since it made all my friends who visits me laugh.
Anyway my fire pit may be of no use for warmth BUT it's is winning major points in the fun and cooking department! Roasting hot dogs, shrimps and anything you can fit on a skewer.
There are plenty of other creative ways to make S'mores: microwave, regular oven, kitchen torch... with a bit of imagination sky is the limits.
However there is just something extra special about marshmallow roasted over open fire.
The smell, the color, the gooeyness... UH-mazing!
S'more stackable sandwiches are the perfect dessert for an at home camp out afternoon. It is quick and easy, delicious and tons of fun for the kids.
Things you'll need for your sandwich stack
- Hershey’s Milk Chocolate bars (sold in 6pk at Walmart)
- Honey Maid Graham Cracker Squares (exclusively at Walmart)
- Kraft’s Jet Puffed Marshmallows
In a plate lay down your Honey Maid Graham Cracker Squares full length, break the chocolates 2 pieces on each side of the crackers kinda like this.
In a skewer hold the marshmallow over the flame for about 45 seconds
or until they get a nice caramel color and you can see the gooey
Slide them over the layer of chocolate and cover it up with the other slide of cracker. repeat this step to have a stack of 4 layers.
In less than 10 minutes your mouth will be thanking you!
Is S'more strictly a winter thing for you?
Have you ever try to make S'more in the summer?
What's your process?