Have you ever wondered how you can make s’mores at home in the oven? We have. We technically have 3 months between our last camping trip and our next one and we’re already missing the camping life with over 2 months to go. It’s funny really because the first time we did s’mores with our kids they hated them. I bought the jumbo marshmallows and it was just too much marshmallow (as if there is such a thing) and they didn’t like how messy it was. They’ve since come to love them and we’ve found a way to have them on any ole night at home in under 5 minutes without having to fire up the grill. This is literally the quickest and easiest s’more you ever made and I’d say it’s just as good as the ones we make on the open fire (I’m sure I’m being judged for this statement by campers everywhere and I’m okay with that). Seriously it’ll take you longer to read this blog post than it will to make the actual s’mores.
Now, I know that I’m not generally your recipe girl. I’m only sorta a decent cook. Basically I can follow instruction really well, but cooking really isn’t my thing, but also I’m not sure you can actually call this cooking so I think we’re good there. Plus this is so easy my kids can do it.
What you’re going to need
a cookie sheet
graham cracker squares (2 for each s’more you plan to make)
medium size marshmallows (1 per s’more)
Hershey’s chocolate bar (2 individual pieces per s’more)
set oven to a high broil (our options are high and low, but I think high is 550 degrees).
cover cookies sheet in foil if you’re like me and like the easy cleanup of just rolling up the foil and throwing it away.
set one (1) graham cracker square down for each s’more you plan to make.
add one (1) marshmallow to the top of each cracker.
Put in oven for 1-2 minutes or until the tops of the marshmallows are at your desired level of burnt (we’re all different so you do you). Just keep a close eye on it because broil can sneak up on you real fast.
Remove from oven and add 2 individual chocolate square to the top of each marshmallow.
Add top graham cracker to each s’more and give it a little squish.