While s'mores may be a summer camp classic, there's no reason not to enjoy the gooey delicacies throughout the year.
In fact, we love this brilliant creation so much that our editors and Test Kitchen staff determined the flavor combination cannot be contained to graham crackers, chocolate squares, and toasted marshmallows alone. We swooned over the s’mores board trend and cheered about this year’s Dairy Queen’s S’mores Blizzard drop. To date, we’ve perfected our own recipes for everything from Double-Chocolate S'mores Banana Bread and Soft S'more Cookies to Toasted S'mores Cocktails and a Grown-Up S'mores Torte.
However, on those days when we’re craving a classic, nothing satisfies like an original stacked, toasted, and nostalgic s’mores recipe. If the mood hits when we’re far from a summer campfire or a stack of skewers, one clever social media trick offers a no-sweat solution.
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You don’t need a firepit or campfire to make these quick and easy s’mores, explains Yumna Jawad (@feelgoodfoodie), the creator of the healthy food blog Feel Good Foodie. You need to look no further than your charcoal grill or gas grill.
You also don’t need to round up—or worry about soaking—skewers.
Test Kitchen Tip: If you use wooden skewers, soak them in water for 30 minutes and drain them before using to prevent combustion.
Start by breaking a full graham cracker sheet in half and placing the two squares next to each other. Top one graham cracker half with a portion of chocolate.
Next, turn your attention to the star of the s’mores show: the marshmallow. Jawad suggests grabbing a clean metal spatula, which you may already have as part of your grilling equipment. Press
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