S’mores are the ideal campfire treat. But, why wait until you go camping?
Make your S’mores on the stove top.
This is an easy dessert to put together, with or without a campfire.
My niece, Jenni, had her bridal shower on June 28, 2014.
Her guests received S’mores as a bridal shower favor.
How adorable is this packaging?
Jenni received many beautiful gifts.
Loved the pillow she received with the words, Mr. & Mrs.
Jenni (CENTER) and her bridal party enjoying time together at Jen’s bridal shower.
Photo credit: Jen’s friend
Jenni married the love of her life, Matt Tolliver, on Saturday, August 9, 2014.
Reception was at Cairnwood Estate in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.
I raise my glass to Jenni and Matt…may LOVE always lead your way…Love, Aunt Carmen
Well, let’s open the S’more favor…will be using the stovetop method.
The one thing I prefer on my S’more is melted chocolate, not squares of chocolate.
The chocolate bar was melted in the microwave, then spread on the graham crackers.
Browning the marshmallow on the stovetop was quick. It burned easily. So, it’s best to always keep it in motion, namely, rotating the marshmallow. The fire was blown out as it consumed the marshmallow.
When the browning was done, I placed the hot marshmallow onto the melted chocolate.
The hot, gooey, marshmallow is topped with a chocolate covered graham cracker.
It’s a fun dessert to eat, a little messy, but fun…
Tidbit: National S’mores Day is on August 10th.
Created a quick video to the song, Happy by Pharrell Williams
S’MORE LOVE ~ stovetop version
By Baking is my Zen
Baking is my Zen
…sweet nibbles for the soul
Photography by Carmen Ortiz. ~All Rights Reserved.
Not to be used without permission.