Camping-To-Go; Canned S'mores

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Are you at home without a fire pit, and craving something sweet? Well i know i am, here we have taken the traditional s'more and given it a modern twist. This tasty treat is portable and a great gift. If you have a sweat tooth and are short on time, make this scrumptious snack!
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Step 1: Gather Ingredients

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To make this simple delicacy you will need :
      1/2 cup chocolate chips
       6 sheets of graham crackers
       10 marshmallows
       1 medium sized jar

Step 2: Crush the Crackers

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Take three of the six sheet of Graham Crackers and seal them in a ziploc bag. Pound them with any hard object you can find in your house. Pound until finley crushed. Than pour you smashed crackers into your jar, like so.

Step 3: Melting the marshmallows

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Take all 10 of your big marshmallows and put them in a microwave safe bowl. Than melt them for 30 seconds, not a second more! Spray Pam on any household utensil and QUICKLY push the marshmallows into the jar, directly above the cracker crumbs.

Step 4: Creating the chocolate

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Take 1/2 a cup of chocolate chips and put them in a microwave safe bowl. Then cook in microwave until melted. Spread the chocolatey goodness over melted marshmallows in your jar.

Step 5: Topping it off

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Mash the remaining three graham crackers. Then pour the crumbs onto the melted chocolate...and PRESTO!!

Step 6: Preparing to feast

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Place cling wrap onto the rim of your jar. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds ONLY! Any more time could cause an eruption.

Step 7: Devouring your creation!

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Take your jar out of the microwave and have your spoon dive into the flurry of excellence. If for some reason you are not ready to eat, store in a fridge, and then when ready to eat heat it up and enjoy! YUM :)
pgravance2 years ago
Wow!!! awesome idea i have to try this!!!
bjanzen3 years ago
would i be able to freeze these?

jess343 years ago
wow! this tastes awesome! I could have never thought of this on my own... thanks!:)