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This is the classic recipe for s'mores, which you can make indoors or out. To make indoors, place a marshmallow on a skewer, being careful not to let the skewer touch the flame, and toast over an open flame on the stove for just a minute or two. Have an electric stove? Gently hold the marshmallow against the heating element until it gets just browned. Don't hold it there too long.
You don't typically see recipes with the flavors of s'mores designed to be eaten first thing in the morning, but this s'mores oatmeal is the perfect way to entice kids to eat oatmeal. And if you think about it, this recipe probably has less sugar than most kids' cereals. Top this oatmeal with a little milk and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Could there be a better way to start the day?
Chocolate pudding is layered with graham cracker crumbs and mini marshmallows in this super easy parfait the kids can make all by themselves.
I'm a big fan of doctored brownie mix recipes. They taste completely homemade, and they're a snap to prepare. This s'mores brownies recipe is no different. A fudge brownie mix is doctored up with graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate chips. If you like gooey, fudgy treats, this one is for you!
Tart, crunchy apples are dipped in caramel then topped with mini marshmallows, graham cracker pieces and chocolate chips in this fun version of caramel apples.
This unusual recipe is part dessert and part sweet breakfast. Chocolate and marshmallows are sandwiched between slices of bread that have been dipped in an egg custard, then rolled in crushed graham crackers. You'll love this inventive recipe featuring the flavors of s'mores.
Imagine a chocolate brownie sandwiched between a graham cracker crust and a marshmallow topping, and you've got a good idea of what these s'mores bars taste like. Sweet and chewy, these bars are guaranteed to be a hit with the kids.
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