When we think of the good old scouting days, making S’mores in the woods by toasting marshmallows on a peeled branch over a crackling campfire, we think:
Why didn’t Mom let us make S’mores in the backyard on the grill, sparing us the poison ivy and mosquito bites? The answer, most likely, is that she didn’t want us stripping the forsythia and pussy willow bushes. (Those were the days before the advent of metal marshmallow skewers.)
But no plant is denuded to make these delicious S’mores-on-the-grill.
This recipe suggestion comes from the folks at Tastefully Simple, who used their creamy caramel sauce to make S’mores even more festive.
S’MORES WITH CREAMY CARAMEL SAUCE
Makes 4 cookie sandwiches.
Turn this Girl Scout standard into a cookout favorite. Image courtesy Tastefully Simple, Inc. Used with permission.
1. Roast marshmallows on a skewer over a grill or low flame, until browned and puffed.
2. Place a graham cracker square on a small plate; top with a square of chocolate and the hot marshmallow.
3. Top with second graham cracker square; drizzle with warmed caramel sauce.
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