S’mores are the classic campfire treat! Picture yourself outdoors, perhaps after a long day of hiking. You’ve finished whatever prepared or dehydrated food you brought, and with the graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows in your pack, you use the remaining flames to create a treat that’s simultaneously sweet, slightly smoky, and crunchy-yet-gooey.
In more recent years, adults have started realizing how special this relatively simple dessert is, both in showing their children how to make it and attempting to create it from home without a campfire. All it requires is a few classic ingredients, from smooth milk chocolate to marshmallows ready to toast and graham crackers to hold it all together. Our recipe makes use of the charcoal grill or smoker you own and involves a Flame Boss Controller and WiFi Thermometer, ensuring you get the precise temperature for the perfectly toasted marshmallow.
This recipe also addresses the one downside of making s’mores around the campfire. Ordinarily, you’ve got to cook each one at a time. While fun, it can be a challenge when you’re serving a whole group. So, this recipe makes use of the equipment you already own, to create a familiar and always-appreciated dessert for your family or any guests you have over. Let’s get started!
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- 11 graham cracker halves
- 7 jumbo marshmallows
- 1/4 of a bag of regular-sized marshmallows
- 6 Hershey's Milk Chocolate candy bars
- 1 stick of softened butter
- Flame Boss Controller and/or WiFi Thermometer
- Lump charcoal
- Aluminum half-size pan
- Spatula or large spoon
- Set up your grill or smoker for indirect heat at 350°F using your Flame Boss controller.
- Butter the bottom of 10 graham crackers, and place them butter down in the pan. Also butter the sides of the pan.
- Next, place the chocolate bars on top of the graham crackers, filling in all the gaps with broken pieces of the chocolate bars.
- Then, place the jumbo marshmallows evenly spaced on top of the chocolate, filling in the remaining gaps with regular marshmallows.
- Place the pan in the grill or smoker.
- Cook for 10 minutes or until the marshmallows turn a golden brown.
- Pull out of the grill or smoker, and then crumble the last graham cracker over the top.
- Plate and serve!
You can use different kinds of chocolate or even peanut butter cups. Use your imagination when plating to enjoy a unique twist on a childhood treat!