The first time s’mores appeared in print was in a 1927 book called “Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts” by Loretta Scott Crew. Since then “Some Mores” have become a campfire staple for campers of all ages. S’mores check all the boxes of a good dessert: tasty, gooey, crunchy and fun to make. Usually S’mores are only enjoyed during the warm summer months, but you can make them indoors anytime you like and its super easy.
Place a layer of of graham crackers on the bottom of your baking dish.
*You can go fancy if you like and use a pre-made graham cracker pie crust or make your own by crushing the graham crackers and mixing them with some butter before lining you vessel.
Cover the graham crackers with your favorite chocolate. Use broken up/ chopped up hershey bars or chocolate chips.
Cover the chocolate with a layer of marshmallows. You can use the little guys like we did or their big brothers. You can fine tune your ratios by cutting the large marshmallows in half and placing them with their outer layer facing up.
Bake your S’mores in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until the marshmallows have obtained the level of golden brown deliciousness you desire.
LET’S EAT ! -You can hand everyone a spoon and dig in family style, serve it up on a plate or use more graham crackers to scoop up the gooey, molten goodness.
As you can see it is super easy to enjoy S’mores any time and anywhere you want indoors and it is a real crowd pleaser at parties !