Recipe by Nikki
"We always take cast iron pans with us when we camp. Which is quite often. This is a fun, less messy twist on a campfire favorite."
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1 (10 ounce) package
2 individual packages
graham crackers, crumbled
2 (1.5 ounce) bars
chocolate candy bars, broken into pieces
Very easy to make - great recipe to have the kids help with - the only thing I did different....once everything is combined they are very similair to rice krispe bars so I put wax paper over the pan to help smash it down, otherwise it's very sticky. YUMMMMMY!!!!
I did this at home with the microwave. It is a cross between s'mores and marshmallow treats. The kids liked them.
I prefer real s'mores. While it tasted good it made a mess that was very hard to clean out of my cast iron without ruining my seasoning. It also didn't have the emphasis on marshmellow like regular smores have which is why I'm rating it with 4 stars. If I make this again I'll be lining my pan with aluminum foil.
Since I do not go camping, I made this by melting the butter and marshmallows in the oven. After mixing the contents, I sprinkled milk chocolate chips on top and spread when melted. Yum Yum
Had a bunch of people over for a firepit and hotdogs tonight and decided to make these instead of doing them the traditional way - it was also very cold (about 2 degrees above freezing) and didn't want people to have to wait for S'mores. Anyway, I did it on the stove top (the butter and marshmallows), added chocolate chips with the broken graham wafers and pressed it into a 9" square lined with parchment paper. Cut it into 16 pieces and everyone LOVED it. Will definitely do this again, thank you!!
This is great! We make ours with Golden Grahams cereal. Much easier than breaking up the wafers and also a little more flavor! Definitely a camping favorite!
What a good idea. This could be done in the oven or microwave too. Thanks for the suggestion.....
i just made this - it's soooo yummy - and now i can take it camping with me - i made it on the stove at home... i used white chocolate instead of milk chocolate. this stuff rocks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Campfire S'mores Smash
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 61
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