By Little Old Me on June 18, 2003
Photo by ms_bold
Photo by ms_bold
"An American classic.. S'mores got their name from the phrase; "Give me Some more!" A favorite for around the camp fire."
Serving Size: 1 (21 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Who hasn't made these? I first made these as a Girl Scout around the campfire and continued on when I became a Girl Scout leader. Now my girls are grown up but still enjoy making smores but this time we make them in a microwave. Mmmm...good."
"S'mores are so amazing! I used low-fat graham crackers, marshmallow creme, and squares of semi-sweet chocolate. I put them in the over for a few minutes and they came out gooey and delicious."
"They were very good but instead of cooking them over a fire we just cooked them over are grill :)"
"Yummy! We don't get Graham Crackers here but so I used Digestive biscuits instead. They were a real hit on our recent camping trip. Thanks!"
"Perfect! This was a really yummy, messy treat, we all loved it. I would not change a thing about this recipe!"
"The ultimate camping dessert! My husband and I used to tell our boys that they could keep toasting and eating s'mores until they felt sick! They could hardly believe their good luck, but it was a camping tradition. Then my younger son got diabetes and the free-for-all was over. :-( Now he enjoys making 'perfect' s'mores for others and with his insulin pump he is able to eat 2 or 3 of them in one sitting."
"Love this childhood favorite! Found this recipe while looking for an indoor version. Followed the reccommendations of Babybuttons and microwaved for 2 minutes.... ended up with burnt marshmallow and chocolate... needed less than 30 seconds in my microwave."
"Great hit with everyone. should be under the camping titles. easy to make and more watching the kids"
"I gave this 4 stars. My family loves smores. We have them every summer camping or while visiting my future mom-inlaw at the lake. We do not use 2 pieces of chocolate (I might have to try that). We use 1 of everything (ok sometimes I use 2 marshmallows). Thanks for posting such a yummy recipe. Christine (internetnut)"
"Ohhhh yeah. We can't go camping without the essentials.....graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows....lol. You just can't beat a good ol' Smore. Thank you for posting for those out there that haven't tried....Stephanie"
"We just got back from a vacation at the lake, where we made these smores by the fire every night. We popped these in the microwave, too...we put the chocolate one one cracker with the marshmallow on top, nuked for 8 seconds (your microwave might take a few seconds longer) and popped the other cracker on to finish the "sandwich". The heat from the marshmallow finishes melting the chocolate. These are a great dessert when you don't feel like baking."
"Yum! A classic that is always the right ending to a summer meal."
"We used chocoalte digestives (graham crackers) to sandwich our toasted marshmallows and they were wonderful. Not exactly diet food but hey, we were on holiday."
"These are the reason we GO camping. :)"
"I think they should be called Smorey Things."
"I loved making s'mores as a kid while Girl Scout Camping! But here are a few more variatons that might be helpful! If you have young children, instead of having them toast the marshmallow over the fire you can assemble the sandwhich and place in a pices of foil and then put on fire, (this is much safer then having young child getting potentically burned). 2nd variation, cooking at home! place one gram cracker ona a plate wiht square of chocolate and marshmallow on top, microwave for approx. 2 minutes and then top with other garm cracker and enjoy! hope this helped!"
"These are great, but I have found something even better...Take two chocolate chip cookies and warm over the fire and then put the roast marshmellow between the two..Oh my good this is just to die for, I can't have a camp fire anymore without my cookies and marshmellows...."
"I'm an aussie and I didn't have a clue what an "s'more" was or how to make one. I got curious after liking an american made "s'more flavoured" recovery bar sold at my gym. Turns out it's not like the real thing - OK, so these aren't exactly health food but . . . Yuuummm, and thanks too for the easy to follow instructions. "
"they're fine out of the microwave, but best around a campfire!"