Easy Fried S'mores Recipe

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Here is an easy recipe to make fried s'mores.

S'mores are one of my favorite desserts. I make them in the microwave all the time! I decided to take it a step further for Fried Day Friday @ Instructables and see how they would taste fried in cake batter.
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Step 1: Ingredients

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S'mores Ingredients
  • Gram Crackers
  • Chocolate bars
  • Marshmallows (or fluff)
Cake batter: use this recipe or come up with your own original cake batter recipe
  • 2 cups Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup sugar

Pancake batter: this is quick and easy!

Fry it Up!
  • Deep Fryer: or a regular pot
  • Peanut Oil: you can use regular vegetable oil, but peanut oil works best for frying

Step 2: S'mores and Batter

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  1. Cut marshmallow in half
  2. Layer gram cracker, piece of chocolate, 2 marshmallow halves, and gram cracker
Batter: depending on what batter you choose (cake batter OR pancake batter) mix ingredients in a bowl.

Step 3: Prepare S'mores - Heat And Freeze

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The s'mores aren't ready to be fried just yet!

You need to make the s'mores one solid object so it doesn't fall apart in the fryer.

HEAT: heat the prepared s'mores in the microwave. Heat for 10 seconds, let cool, heat for 5 seconds, let cool, heat for 3 seconds. 

COOL**: place warm s'mores in the freezer for 2 hours. 

**I used liquid nitrogen to freeze my s'mores because we happened to have it in the office - I know this is not practical for most people.

Step 4: Fry Baby Fry!

If you are your stove top instead of a deep fryer you can still follow these directions. You will heat up the oil in a pot and use a strainer to facilitate frying.
  1. Heat Oil: 375 degrees
  2. Coat S'mores in Batter: dip each s'more in your batter covering it completely.
  3. Frying Strainer: places the batter covered s'mores in the frying strainer (2 at a time) and put in hot oil. 
  4. Cook: the s'mores will float to the top of the oil. Cook each side for 3-4 minutes until golden brown.
  5. Cooling Rack: place s'mores on cooling rack covered in paper towls to help absorb some of the oil

Step 5: Enjoy!

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Cyberdalek9 months ago

do you mind if i put up a different smores recepie that includes frying, i was going to put it up then saw yours, and i want to make sure you dont think i am copying you

Kursplat2 years ago
So, how was the final result? Taste-wise, how did they compare to your normal Smores? Will you be making these again?
Carleyy (author)  Kursplat2 years ago
I think I like normal s'mores more, but in general I'm not a huge baked goods person b/c I find them too sweet. So that may affect my opinion. Try it out and tell me what you think.
chabias2 years ago
YUM! Those look delicious!!
RockJones2 years ago
mmmmmyummty soo ghood stuff
Woooow. That looks friggin delicious. I am now speechless :P you won my vote!
M.C. Langer2 years ago
I can testify: the S'mores were absolutely delicious!