Introduction: Oven S'mores

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Great for those times when you don't have access to a big stick and an even bigger fire! I love s'mores but I don't often get a chance to have fires outside or go camping or anything like that, so this is an excellent solution! I actually had one of these for breakfast today. Don't tell anyone. :P

These oven s'mores are also excellent for a really simple dessert for a large group of people - and much more fun to eat than anything else!

  • graham crackers
  • a chocolate bar
  • bag of marshmallows
  • aluminum foil or parchment paper
  • baking sheet
  • an oven set to 350 F
If you have time, I highly recommend freezing your chocolate bar. If you don't and you use a higher quality chocolate like I did (just because it has no milk!) they tend to turn into a chocolate lake by the time the marshmallow gets soft. Hershey's chocolate will last a little longer without getting too soft, but I still recommend freezing it for an hour or so. :D (Obviously, I was lazy and did not freeze them. Chocolate lakes are still delicious!)

Another way to keep the chocolate from getting so melty is to add it a couple minutes in on top of the marshmallow. :)

This is super easy - just preheat the oven to 350 F and assemble your s'mores as normal.

Put them in the oven for 4-5 minutes, until the marshmallows get soft. Press down on the top graham cracker to squish the marshmallow, let cool for a couple minutes and then serve!

Tyler put sliced up strawberries in his and it was awesome. That might be an excellent idea for a fancy-ish dessert.

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