Time for a campfire and s’mores

8 Jul

By: Diva Jenna Ujiye

Marshmallows have never been a favourite snack of mine, but s’mores on the other hand are something that I have always enjoyed. They bring back memories from my childhood and even in to my teen years. You really can’t have a campfire without s’mores and spider dogs in my opinion!

I want S'more!!!Loving my s'moreA few days ago, we decided to have an evening campfire. It was our first of the summer, so I got out the graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate, within minutes we were eating our campfire favourite and having a blast!

As you can see from the pictures, it wasn’t even dark yet, but the fire was nice and hot and perfect for marshmallow roasting!

I have also come across some gourmet recipes, so I thought I would post them here! ENJOY!

I would say that spending time with family on the Shores of Lake Huron is the best summer beach vacation ever. Plus you can always have a great campfire!






Mint Brownie S’mores

For the true chocolate lover!

  • 2 brownies, squares (or 1 brownie square and 1 graham cracker square)
  • 8 -10 Junior mints
  • 1 marshmallow


Prep Time: 5 mins

Total Time: 10 mins

  1. 1 Place the mints on the bottom brownie or graham cracker square and melt slightly.
  2. 2 When melted place a roasted marshmallow on top.
  3. 3 Top with another brownie square.

Read more: http://www.food.com/recipe/mint-brownie-smores-250969#ixzz1RZUWf0qi

Chocolate and Peanut Butter S’mores

from – http://www.sunset.com/food-wine/kitchen-assistant/new-smores-recipes-00400000043561/

Anyone who’s outgrown classic s’mores will love this version: gooey-sweet melted marshmallow tempered by bittersweet chocolate cookies and salty roasted peanuts.

Spread 1 tablespoon peanut butter (at room temperature, for easy spreading) onto a thin, crisp chocolate water (such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Waters).

Slide 1 skewer-toasted marshmallow onto peanut butter. Top with a second wafer and squish down gently. Eat, licking fingers.



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