Introduction: Bite Sized S'mores

Have you ever went rummaging through the cabinets and fridge looking for the perfect snack? Well rummage no more because I have the solution! Here I have a wonderful twist on the classic S'more.

No need for campfire. This is a quick and easy method for enjoying that outdoor snack indoors all year round

Step 1: Ingredients

  • Chocolate chips or malts (Malts melt easier)
  • Graham Crackers
  • Marshmallows (Of medium size)

Step 2: Tools

  • Microwave
  • Plate
  • Two Bowls
  • Fork
  • Potato Masher (not pictured)
  • Skewer (Optional)
  • Towel

Step 3: Melt

Melt your chocolate in the bowl for a minute stopping Microwave every fifteen seconds to whisk with a fork. A handful of chips or five malts should do.

Step 4: Crumble

Take your graham crackers and put them into a bowl take a clean hand and wrap the hand in towel and crush the crackers ( I ended up using a potato masher to get it done faster)

Step 5: Dip

With fork, dip your marshmallow in the chocolate

Step 6: Sprinkle

Sprinkle the graham cracker crumble all over the chocolate covered marshmallow (Keep in mind; when doing this the chocolate should be still liquid)

Step 7: Display Eat Enjoy

Display on the plate and serve right away *Unless that is you want the chocolate and marshmallow hardened*

I find this a super easy snack for sleepovers, parties, or even just to eat! I really hoped you enjoyed and will love this recipe!

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Anaya abdallah (author)2017-05-25

:0 looks amazing!!!

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CreativeCree (author)2017-05-18

:D

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CookyM (author)2017-05-18

That looks soooooooo gooood

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