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Good morning friends! Thank you for all the well wishes for the new house, we are very excited for what is to come. I will try to remember to take photos or a video when I go over this morning.
Summer is s’more season, although if you lived with my mom, roasting marshmallows is not limited to summer, or the outdoors. My mom loves to put marshmallows on a skewer and roast them over the gas flame of the cooktop or to pop them into the microwave.
There are lots and lots of recipes for s’mores but recently I tried a recipe that substituted homemade chocolate chip cooked for graham crackers. I will never go back to graham crackers again. These s’mores are over the top fabulous. I will warn you now they are addicting but DO NOT be tempted to eat more than one. they are too rich, even for the chocoholic in your life.
This isn’t really a recipe because most everyone knows how to make s’mores but just in case you’ve never made one here are a few suggestions.
Chocolate Chip Cookies S’mores
homemade chocolate chip cookies
Bakery cookies or Nestle Tollhouse dough from the refrigerator section
Gather your ingredients, lay a piece of chocolate, peanut butter cup or whatever else you like onto one the cookies, then set aside.
Next take a skewer or a stick and roast the marshmallow to your desired hue. I prefer golden brown and not charred marshmallows but there are some that love them well done.
Once the marshmallow is toasted place the marshmallow with the stick still attached onto the cookie and chocolate bar, top with another cookie, squish it down a little bit and pull out the stick. Wait a few minutes for the chocolate to melt and the marshmallow to cool so that you do not burn your lips or mouth.
That is it, easy and delicious summer treats!
If you are making this with kids using an open flame or campfire make sure to watch them so that they do not get to close to the flames/fire or from munching on a hot marshmallows.