Smoreos, Dude!

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Intro: Smoreos, Dude!

Like amalgam foods? Try these.

Step 1: Stuff for Making 'em

You will need:
Shmellows (Marshmellows for those who have not had any previous experience with me)
Chocolate Cream Oreos
Microwave
plate or paper towel

Step 2: Prepare Der Shmellow

Cut or bite the Shmellow in half
place it in the microwave
cook it for a few seconds. (3 sec in my mic but it could be different for you)
The best way to tell if it is done is size, it will go up about 50% in size.

You could also cook it over a fire. The only reason I don't is that I don't like open flames inside the house and the grill is a bit time consuming for a simple snack. But if you are doing this in a group the fire is always more fun.

Step 3: Prepare Cookie and Assemble

Split the cookie with a twist.
place the shmellow half on one half of the cookie
close the cookie again
and... Ya Done.

Step 4: Eat It.

Eat the thing before someone else walks by and this is all your left with.

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    12 Discussions

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    danlynne07

    6 years ago on Introduction

    wow ,i know me and my kids would love this. we love oreos and marshmallows.

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    beehard44

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I thought the curse of the flaming mallow will end when i will use the microwave. it has not

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    Bitsi

    10 years ago on Introduction

    So, what happens if you put the schmello into the cookie first, and then nuke it? Why do you have to bite the schmello in half?

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    finfan7Bitsi

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I never tried he reverse order but as far as biting it in half is concerned it is to make the marshmellow the appropriate size for an oreo.

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    finfan7Bitsi

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I tried it. For some reason the shmellow was more gooey than usual. Otherwise, there was no difference.

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    finfan7flyyr

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm glad you enjoyed them. if the marshmellows are too gooey reduce cook time by ~2 seconds.

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    flyyrfinfan7

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, i will try and make them again. They should be great then! Smoreos Rock!