How to Bake S’mores in the Oven

How to Bake S’mores in the Oven

During Summertime, S’mores are always such a hit. Kids get so excited when they see the combination of a crackling fire, a bag of marshmallows, chocolate bars, and graham crackers! But, why wait until summer, when you can enjoy the taste of S’mores inside on a cold winter’s night?!  Here’s a recipe for making S’mores in your oven.

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Baking S’mores in the Oven

If you like making S’mores, check out some of my other S’more Recipes, like:

 

Ingredients:
Graham Crackers – Broken into squares
Chocolate Bars – Broken into sections
Marshmallows – Large recommended
Cookie Sheet
Aluminum Foil

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Instructions for S’mores:
Set your oven rack to the center of your oven. Turn your oven onto broil – Hi setting.

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Line a cookie sheet with foil. Set graham cracker squares on the foil. Space them a couple of inches apart. Let kids add enough chocolate to cover most of the graham cracker. Now, let them put a marshmallow on top of the chocolate. Do not add the top graham cracker, just yet.

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Place the cookie sheet with graham cracker, chocolate, and marshmallows into the oven, on the center rack. Keep the door, slightly open.

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For only golden marshmallows – set the timer for about 60-90 seconds. Keep checking on them.

For darker more burnt like marshmallows (my favorite – not for most kids, though) leave them in longer. Keep a close eye on them. You don’t want the graham crackers to burn.

Now, when the marshmallow’s color has met your approval, pull the cookie sheet out, and set it in a place to cool.

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Serving:
Set a cooked S’more onto everyone’s plate, and let the kids place graham cracker squares on each cooked marshmallow S’more, and press down. Enjoy!

Warning: The chocolate might be gooey! Use a napkin! 🙂

~Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com – fun foods, party ideas, recipes, kid-friendly crafts, and fun ideas!

 

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