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This was so easy and fast. It tasted real good too! Thanks for a fast recipe!!!
Thanks for posting Laurie. These were good for indoors and easy and quick. The only thing was that the marshmallows puffed up so much at 9 seconds I had to stop then and the chocolate didn't melt well at the same time that I had to take them out for the marshmallows. Next time I will melt the chocolate separately on the other graham cracker so I can control the time of each. The kids enjoyed them and it was a fun indoor treat. I made as written but the marshmallows stuck to the paper towel so I moved batch #2 to a plate. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy! ChefDLH
Not quite the same as doing over an open campfire but the next best thing. The grandkids loved them!!
My daughters (4 & 13) and I had so much fun making these today. It was a gloomy day outside and we wanted to try something fun to lift the mood so we decided to try this recipe. We weren't sure what to expect. We were half expecting these to taste soggy but they didn't. They were so good! Yum! Thanks for posting!!!
Super easy! Super quick. Cooking times will vary depending on your microwave. Just keep an eye on it! This was the perfect treat for desert tonight in honor of the last day of school.
Yum! We missed our campfire s'mores last week due to cold weather at the beach. This was a perfect way to end Friday pizza night! :)
This is an amazing dessert for only taking 15 seconds!!! I really enjoy them - and I am far from being a kid - believe me!! Thanks for posting!
These are great. The kids and I really enjoyed making and eating these. We followed the recipe as written except ours only took 9 seconds on high. They were so yummy.
This is by far my favorite way to eat s'mores! I love to top the bottom cracker with the chocolate and to microwave that for 5-10 seconds before adding the marshmallow. That just helps the chocolate melt a tiny bit more (although it definitely makes it more messy too! :) These treats are very kid friendly and are so fun and easy to make! The only other change I made from the recipe were to use a plate to microwave on, rather than a paper towel, because the marshmallow tended to stick to the paper towel a little when I heated them that way. Absolute perfection! Thank you!
I just love these! I found for my microwave that 10 seconds on power level 3 is the perfect time to make the marshmallow puff but not go running all over the plate. Also, I put the "top" graham cracker on the same plate next to the bottom cracker, then on the top cracker I put one, unwrapped, piece of chocolate (Dove, Hershey, Cadburry, what ever I have) that way both the chocolate and crackers are a bit soft. Also, I have tried using Dove chocolate covered carmel center squares of goodness for these and oh my goodness! Sheer Bliss!!