Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
This is a variation of an extremely classic recipe. Please only use the large Reese cups, if you feel like they are not melting properly, you may cut the cups crosswise in half. Also, if you do not have homemade marshmallows, obviously you can use store bought ones.
- Split or break the graham crackers into twos and set aside.
- Next, you need to heat the marshmallows. There are several ways to do this.
- If using the broiler: you need to place the marshmallows on top of 1/2 graham cracker and put under the broiler for a few seconds or until golden brown and toasted. Remove the Graham and place a Reese's cup on top then place the other 1/2 graham crack back on top and press it lightly to flatten the marshmallows.
- If using a campfire/fire-pit: Prepare the graham cracker in an area near your fire, and using a utensil (such as a tree branch or your marshmallow roasting sticks) roast the marshmallows until golden brown and toasted. Place the marshmallow on 1/2 of the graham cracker, place a Reese's cup on top, and the other 1/2 of graham, light press down to flatten the marshmallows.
- If using a gas stove-top or grill: Prepare graham crackers near the stove top, place a marshmallow on a fork (you can use your tree branch or marshmallow roasting sticks) turn on flame to highest setting and let the marshmallow brown, being careful not to let it catch fire. place the browned marshmallow on 1/2 graham cracker and place Reese's cup on top, with the other 1/2 of graham. Lightly push down on to flatten the marshmallow.
We made these this summer and they are great.
This was really good, it was a lot of fun making it with a group of girls softball players. Very tasty.
I gave this recipe 5 stars. My mom-inlaw actually got me eating Smores like this, this summer. These are so good my family loves them. Thanks for posting a super yummy way to eat Smores! Christine (internetnut)