Saturday, October 04, 2014

The Best Indoor S'mores

 Chocolate Indoor S'mores!
I love camping season and everyone loves s'mores made over the open fire. But on rainy days and during the winter months, these fancy s'mores are fun to make and are so delicious! I make a variety of flavors including gluten free. I start with chocolate graham crackers, honey graham crackers, gluten free graham crackers, mint chips, chocolate chips and white chocolate chips (make sure you use a good brand). Small marshmallows or marshmallow fluff are required at my house. Don't forget your favorite toppings. The kids love the chocolate and mint chip combination, they think they taste like thin mint cookies but better!  
We love the sprinkled s'mores!
Gluten free s'mores
  • Break your graham crackers in half or quarters. The gluten free graham crackers I use are already in squares.
  • Place marshmallows on crackers halves and broil them in the oven broiler until they are lightly browned, it takes about one minute.
  • If you are using fluff (marshmallow creme) just spread it over the cracker with a knife.

  • Use chocolate spread in a jar and peanut butter to spread over the tops of the crackers for some extra goodness.
  • Lightly press the cracker tops and bottoms together.
  • Over low heat on the stove, melt your chocolate chips in a double boiler or you can melt them in the microwave, checking and stirring them every 30 seconds until they are melted.
  • I let my melted chips cool on the counter for about 5-10 minutes so I don't burn my fingers when I dip the crackers.
  • Spread parchment paper on a baking sheet.
  • Dip each cracker into the melted chocolate. It's very messy, so have a wet cloth handy for your fingers! I use a table knife to spread the chocolate a little more evenly after I dip them. They won't be perfect but it's ok!
  • Once the crackers are covered in the melted chocolate, get your toppings ready. I use sprinkles, candies, nuts, coconut or whatever you like for the toppings.
  • Place the crackers on the parchment paper and start topping with your pretties!
  • Place them in the refrigerator for 15-30 minutes or until they are set.
  • Store them in a covered container.
They don't last long at my house! Have fun and enjoy your pretty little yummies!
Love and peace,
~ Simply Tammi

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