Introduction: 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.

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!

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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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Kursplat (author)2013-05-17

So, how was the final result? Taste-wise, how did they compare to your normal Smores? Will you be making these again?

Carleyy (author)Kursplat2013-05-20

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.

chabias (author)2013-05-16

YUM! Those look delicious!!

RockJones (author)2013-05-13

mmmmmyummty soo ghood stuff

cocotheawesome (author)2013-05-13

Woooow. That looks friggin delicious. I am now speechless :P you won my vote!

M.C. Langer (author)2013-05-13

I can testify: the S'mores were absolutely delicious!

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