Friday, August 19, 2011

some more s'mores

Have you seen s'mores all over the blogosphere as of late?  It's late summer and everyone is enjoying the last bits of the season as much as possible.  As you know I love my s'mores but sometimes it's just a s'mores table for one (That's right, pictured above is serving for one.  Don't judge me!).  

Have you seen these babies?  Stacker Mallows are made for s'mores.  Part of me feels like I'm only getting half (maybe even less) a true mallow but the cuteness factor was too much for me.  

If you have a toaster oven then s'mores for one is super easy and these Stacker Mallows actually work well with the toaster because it won't over brown thanks to their shallow size.  

Openface Toaster Oven S'mores, serving 1
2 graham crackers, broken in half (4 pieces total)
semi-sweet chocolate chips, as desired
4 Stacker Mallows

1.  Pre-heat the toaster oven to 400 degrees as you assemble your s'mores.  Top the half graham cracker with a layer of chocolate chips and finish with a Stacker Mallow.  

2.  Place the openface s'mores in the toaster oven.  Toast for a few minutes until the mallows begin to puff up, about 2-3 min.  Then crank up the toaster oven to "Broil" for a few seconds to brown the mallows.  The amount of time between "brown" and "burn" is only seconds so you want to keep an eye on these.  Remove s'mores once browned and serve immediately.  

**I haven't made these using regular marshmallows yet but I'd imagine that the size of regular mallows would up the burn risk factor during the "Broil" part so be careful!

1 comment:

  1. Yum. Half a regular mallow means you can have more stacker smores :)


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