Fancy Meringue S’mores

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These Smore’s were made on quarter pieces of Graham crackers after piping delicious Thomas Keller meringue. You can find his meringue recipe online I’m sure. We then toasted it and drizzled coconut flavored chocolate on top. The open face Smore’s are so much easier to eat and normal Smore’s. Marshmallow doesn’t squeeze out around the edges making messy face Smore‘s were made on quarter pieces of graham crackers after piping delicious Thomas Keller meringue. We then toasted it and drizzled coconut flavored chocolate on top. The open face S'mores are so much easier to eat and normal S'mores. Marshmallow doesn’t squeeze out around the edges making messy faces

Supplies:

Marshmallows,
meringue
piping bag
marshmallows
torch
Chocolate
coconut oil

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Step 1: Piping and Toasting Merengue

We made some Thomas Keller merengue and piped it with a disposable piping bag graham crackers after breaking them into 4 pieces. Trying a few different designs, I liked the look of 4 mini marshmallows best

Then, with a torch, we browned the merengue to give it a light golden toasting

Step 2: Chocolate Drizzle and Eat

Chocolate drizzle and eat

So I made the chocolate drizzle By microwaving a quarter cup of chocolate chips with about a teaspoon of coconut oil. The coconut oil helped thin out the chocolate and gave it a delicious flavor. We then drizzle the chocolate over the toasted meringue and ate it all up

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