May I have S’more!!

To all of my American friends… I bet you can’t believe that the first time I ever tried a S’more was a few years ago on our first American camping trip. I’m totally serious… I’d never even heard of a S’more before then. Yes, we grew up roasting marshmallows over the coals, but a S’more, nope, never had!

So, for all my friends who aren’t American and have, perhaps, never had a S’more, you are in for a culinary treat! This, my darlings, is a S’more!


It is quite the yummiest thing you’ll ever have.

This is how it’s made…

Marshmallows, chocolate and biscuits (called Gram Crackers in America, kind of like a digestive)


First, scour the countryside to find the most perfect marshmallow-roasting stick. Your stick needs to be sturdy, smooth and long. K found a beauty…


If you can’t find the perfect stick for yourself, niggle your sister until she gives you hers and then ‘Whoop’ in triumph at your prize…


Insert your stick into one end of your marshmallow and roast it over the coals until it becomes golden and delicious.


If you can’t wait for your marshmallow to roast, eat it, by all means and try again…


But if you are patient and choose a lovely glowing ember to cook it over, your marshmallow roasts wonderfully.


While your roasted marshmallow is still hot, place a piece of chocolate on a biscuit. Cover the chocolate with the hot roasted marshmallow and top with another biscuit. You now have a S’more!

The hot marshmallow melts the chocolate into the biscuit and it’s so super delicious that one is definitely not enough.


You’ll soon be asking for S’more!

Blessings and magic.

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16 Responses

  1. So in your opinion would Digestive biscuits work too? We don’t get Graham crackers here, but the idea appeals to me (and we are always cooking stuff over fires).

  2. I’m excited to have my first s’more in years in a couple of weeks. Marshmallows contain animal bone and as a vegetarian I don’t eat them. BUT I finally found some local veggie marshmallows so I can start enjoying this treat again! I’m so excited.

  3. I love s’mores, and consider myself to be an expert! My secret… While you are roasting the marshmallow set your chocolate and cracker on a hot stone on the fire ring. Once the marshmallow is ready, your chocolate will be nice and soft. And your crackers are toasted too!

  4. You think that’s good you need to try a s’mores with a reese’s peanutbutter cup instead of just pieces of chocolate…it’s amazing. This combo is a must pack when we go camping:-)

  5. Oh, I LOVE S’mores… and it has been WAY too long since I had one. The Cadbury chocolate sounds wonderful! We always use Hershey bars. Thanks for making me drool! :-)

  6. I always wondered what one was, thank you.

    I’m also thinking this might be a fab idea for my son’s 3 1/2 birthday bash. (his b’day is 1st Jan so parties are a tad difficult, so he’s having a half birthday party lol).

    Jacq
    x

  7. Oooh, I’m definitely going to put my choc on my biscuit on the rock to warm… what a fab idea, Amanda.
    And, Fairyluver – I’m so going to try a Reeses Peanutbutter cup smore! Yum.
    And Joxy – such a fun idea for a birthday party!!!!
    Have fun!
    Donni

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