Hey there, Jake's here again and I'm sharing one of our favorite summer treats.
We all know the most fun way to make s’mores. It involves a whittled stick, a campfire, and decent weather. But for those of us that don't have the yard for a campfire and for those rainy days, I'll share our quick and tasty alternative.
Here in the Jordan household we like to keep things simple. Mostly because Alison has a hard time following recipes (as evidenced here). So, you won't find any homemade ingredients in these s'mores; just the conventional processed stuff we grew up on. We're guessing this would be a good one to let your kids help with too. :)
Alison's Rainy Day S’mores (aka City S’mores)
- 6 graham crackers
- 2 Hershey bars
- 12 marshmallows
Turn your broiler on low. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and cover it with graham cracker halves. The foil is helpful if you like the baking sheet you are using and are messy like us. The nonstick foil is even better if you have it.
I hope we helped make your rainy days a little sweeter. Let us know if you give this a try and if you have other S'mores variations we should try.