I didn't know that a s'mores was an actual, real life, thing. I just thought it was an especially naff flavour of protein bar with a cutesy name.
A s'more (sometimes spelled smore) is a traditional nighttime campfire treat popular in the United States and Canada consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolatesandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker.
So says, Wiki. Therefore it must be true.
My method was not strictly traditional. Although we did have a blazing fire, I had neglected to get anything to spike the marshmallows.
We grilled them. Sorry, boyscouts.
Loveheart shaped marshmallows. *cute*
Also, in spite of years of Americanisation, I still don't know what a graham cracker is, so used a gluten-free sweet cracker.
Really, this was the ideal dessert for a busy week. Hardly any preparation or cleaning up, leaving me more time to get on with that survey that is coming your way, volunteers. :-/ Any moment now, I promise.
I hope your weekend is starting with excitement and sunny days (and for my Aunty Kathi currently in Egypt.. blazing hot days, cool cocktails and camel-riding).
Have you made S'mores? Are mine acceptable do you think?
*For my new readers: 'Foodie Friday' is that one meal (or sometimes... two) in a week where I forget about any self-imposed rules and just eat what I want. Call it 'soul food'.