Chocolate Creations Part Two: Homemade S’mores


S’mores are an all-time American favorite, they take us back to times when life was much simpler, sitting by a campfire with our friends, singing campfire songs and burning the marshmallow to our s’more was our only worry. Let’s get back that delicious piece of childhood by taking it to the next level and making the best s’mores you’ll ever taste, using fine chocolate.

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Recipe

Makes: Around 7 S’mores

What You Need:

1 chocolate bar of the finest dark chocolate of your choice.

Marshmallows

Graham crackers

What To Do:

From experience, we all know that how we roast the marshmallows is the most important part of the process. The best way to roast the marshmallow is to toast it without it catching fire but to let the fire mature into a glowing ember around the marshmallow. This allows the marshmallow to be roasted evenly so it is a perfect, gooey consistency on the inside and crispy on the outside. You should slowly rotate the marshmallow over hot coals until it is golden brown on all sides.

In the meantime, set a large piece of chocolate on a graham cracker by the fire so it can begin to warm.

Once your marshmallow is done, scoop it off the stick with the cracker and close together to make a s’more sandwich. Be sure to eat it straight away and don’t be afraid to let out your inner child and get messy with it.

You could also wrap the other s’mores in tin foil to keep them nice and warm and extra gooey.

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