Blame my husband for this. Ever since I over heard him talking about roasting marshmallows two weeks ago, I have not been able to stop thinking about s’mores. I even went as far as buying the S’mores Goldfish crackers, however they were a far cry from what I truly desired. Since I have no fire pit and an electric stove, I had to improvise.
Here is what you need:
Yes, you can use lollipop sticks from the craft store, but the wooden sticks give it that sitting-around-the-campfire feel.
Next, place your graham crackers in a food processor
and process until you have nothing but crumbs.
Next, place some chocolate chips in a microwave save dish, and nuke for 30 seconds on 50% power: stir. Repeat this step until the chips are melted.
These chips were ready after the second 30 seconds. As I mixed them, they melted beautifully. It is really important to not over heat the chocolate, as it will be come hard.
Now skewer a marshmallow,
dip into the chocolate,
and roll in the graham crackers.
Now you have a s’more on a stick!
Finish the rest and use the foam for support.
The warm chocolate makes the marshmallow all gooey. Enjoy immediately to get the maximum s’more effect. So, all you girl scouts, boy scouts, and people who just love s’mores try this immediately!
5 sheets of graham crackers
2 cups of semisweet chocolate chips
12 bamboo skewers (or lollipop sticks)
Place graham crackers in a food processor, and process until only crumbs remain. Melt chocolate, one cup at a time, in the microwave using 30 second intervals on 50% power, mixing between iterations. Chocolate should be smooth and creamy. Place marshmallows on the skewers, dip into the chocolate, and roll in the graham cracker crumbs. Enjoy immediately to get the gooey s’more texture.