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Classic S'Mores

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Hershey's Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar 43g
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Classic S'Mores

How to make S’mores? We know that seems like an easy answer, but there are actually a few ways to make them and they’re all delicious and different!

However you choose to make them, the best part is the melty marshmallow and chocolate all swirling together in the perfect “sandwich.” People often overlook making S’mores part of their BBQs and cookouts in favour of other desserts because they think you must make them one at a time. Some of the methods of cooking take no time at all and can even be made in volume!

The basics have always been the same, graham crackers, chocolate (milk is by far the most popular type of chocolate) and as much marshmallow as you can stuff into the s’mores!

 

Instructions:

1. Break a graham cracker in half and lay the two halves on a plate.

2. Top with a square of chocolate (A Hershey’s bar would be 2 rectangles).

3. Then have a marshmallow, heated up, that you add to the chocolate and top with the graham cracker.
 
4. Press down slightly and enjoy while warm and melted.
 
 

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  • Serve: All the ingredients for S’mores are stable at room temperature, so you don’t need to worry about refrigerating them.
  • Store: An assembled S’more will not keep well for a long period, so it is best to wait until serving to make them.
  • Freeze: Marshmallows will last 3-4 months in the freezer. Defrost at room temperature and use to make fresh S’mores whenever you want!

 

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