The other day I was watching TV and they were going over the history of the S’more.  It totally got me wanting one and I didn’t have a campfire handy.  So I wandered through the store and came up with a handheld way to make them for me or for a party.  The S’more Mix, still only uses three ingredients. Plus the S’more Mix comes out just as good, or dare I say, even better than the original.

S'more Mix

S’more Mix

To make this even easier I decided to use Golden Grahams instead of regular graham crackers.  That way you don’t have to break up the graham crackers and further each bite has uniform pieces.

The ingredients

The key to this is to use a piece of parchment on a half sheet pan to make sure that nothing sticks.

Golden Grahams

Spread out 4 cups of the golden graham cereal onto the parchment lined half sheet pan.

Sprinkle with milk chocolate chips

Next sprinkle 1 cup of milk chocolate chips over the top.  Make sure to get milk and not semi-sweet chips.

Top with mini marshmallows

Next sprinkle 1 cup of mini marshmallows over the top.

Melt the chocolate

Now it is time to melt the chocolate.  Add the remaining chips from the 12oz bag into a microwave safe bowl and slowly melt.  I melted mine by cooking them in the microwave for 1 minute at 70% power.  I removed and stirred.  Then I put the chips back into the microwave for more seconds at a time at 70% power until the chips were fully melted.  Make sure to stir and not to overheat. If you overheat the chocolate will loose too much moisture and will get hard.  If it gets hard you can add a little vegetable oil to it to loosen it back up.  However, if you do this it will make the chocolate melt easier at room temperature so beware!

Drizzle the chocolate

Once the chocolate is melted drizzle it over the top of the cereal, chips and marshmallows.  It does not have to be perfect.

Looking good

Try to cover as much as you can.

Sprinkle with more marshmallows

While the chocolate is still warm sprinkle 1 more cup of mini marshmallows over the top.  Then refrigerate to cool and let it set.

Refrigerate

Once the chocolate is cooled and set, you can break it up into little chunks and store it in a zip top bag.

Store in a zip top bag

This is one of the best desserts I have had in a while.  It is handheld, delicious and perfect to share.

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However, you could totally eat it by yourself.  I won’t judge.

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S'more Mix (AKA S'more Crackf)
Prep Time
1 min
Cook Time
1 min
Total Time
2 mins
 
The perfect way to eat a S'more. S'more mix is ready to be eaten up at a party, in front of the TV or by yourself in the corner.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 6 cups
Author: Rex
Ingredients
Edibles:
  • 4 cups golden grahams cereal
  • 12 oz package of milk chocolate chips
  • 10 oz package of mini marshmallows
Hardware
  • 1 half sheet pan
  • 1 sheet parchment
Instructions
  1. To make this even easier I decided to use Golden Grahams instead of regular graham crackers. That way you don't have to break up the graham crackers and further each bite has uniform pieces.
  2. The key to this is to use a piece of parchment on a half sheet pan to make sure that nothing sticks.
  3. Spread out 4 cups of the golden graham cereal onto the parchment lined half sheet pan.
  4. Next sprinkle 1 cup of milk chocolate chips over the top. Make sure to get milk and not semi-sweet chips.
  5. Next sprinkle 1 cup of mini marshmallows over the top.
  6. Now it is time to melt the chocolate. Add the remaining chips from the 12oz bag into a microwave safe bowl and slowly melt. I melted mine by cooking them in the microwave for 1 minute at 70% power. I removed and stirred. Then I put the chips back into the microwave for more seconds at a time at 70% power until the chips were fully melted. Make sure to stir and not to overheat.
  7. Once the chocolate is melted drizzle it over the top of the cereal, chips and marshmallows. It does not have to be perfect. Try to cover as much as you can.
  8. While the chocolate is still warm sprinkle 1 more cup of mini marshmallows over the top. Then refrigerate to cool and let it set.
  9. Once the chocolate is cooled and set, you can break it up into little chunks and store it in a zip top bag.
Recipe Notes

If you overheat the chocolate will loose too much moisture and will get hard. If it gets hard you can add a little vegetable oil to it to loosen it back up. However, if you do this it will make the chocolate melt easier at room temperature so beware!

 

Rex is an avid griller, barbecuer and bacon enthusiast. He is the Pitmaster for the Rex BBQ competition team. Rex was also featured on the TV show American Grilled. If you have any questions or wish to have Rex decode your favorite dish, click on the ASK REX link in the menu above.

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