S'mores Berries





Introduction: S'mores Berries

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Strawberries filled with campfire s'mores happiness. Enjoy them while they last!

Step 1: Things You Will Need


Graham Crackers

Mini Marshmallows

Chocolate Chips





Aluminum Foil (to hold your berries)

An egg carton (to us as a mold for your berry holders)

(I used the bottom of a cake pop tray I found at the thrift store as my holder)

Step 2: Prepping Your Strawberries

1. Remove the tops from your strawberries and carefully hollow out the insides.

2. Place them in a seal-able container with a small amount of water. Then add a couple spoonfuls of sugar (this will help make the water a syrupy adhesive to make the graham cracker stick better)

3. Gently shake your container to help mix the sugar water, than place in the refrigerator for a few hours to let the syrup set.

Step 3: Other Prepwork

1. Crush your graham crackers into powder. You will not need a lot of them, a little goes a long way in this recipe.

2. Using your egg carton as a mold, form your aluminum foil into strawberry holders.

Step 4: Making Your S'mores Berries

1. Fill your strawberry about half way full of chocolate chips

2. Then stuff the top half with marshmallows.

3. Now roll the strawberry in the graham cracker dust. You can dip it into the sugar water first to get it wet enough for a good cracker coating.

4. Place your berries into the holders and heat over grill until marshmallows have fully melted.

5. Let cool for a minute or two before serving.

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    Gonna try em over a camp fire, not sure how I'll do the cracker shell, but I'm sure hunger will find a way

    If all else fails, you could sprinkle it on top of the melted marshmallows toward the end

    Mr. Soup....you need to start your own religion!!!!!

    It shall be known as The Church of Gastrology.

    Hams 3:16 ...and on the 6th day, god said "let there be bacon", and he saw that it was good.


    OMG!!! These look soooo good, I can't wait to try them.

    I bet if you took a propane torch to the top of these (like for creme brulee) you could get a nice golden-brown finish!
    I can't wait to try these!

    This sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)