S’mores Marshmallows. Y’all, I.love.s’mores! I super love a perfectly toasted marshmallow! And I really truly enjoy making marshmallows from scratch. While I was visiting Pineapple Paper Co. in November we made dozens and dozens of marshmallows and we thought it would be fun to make a new flavor each month! (Be sure to check our blogs for delicious seasonal recipes and coordinating printables throughout the year!) The overall favorite flavor we tried were S’mores. When I arrived at Charynn’s house, I asked her older two kids what flavor marshmallows they would like to make while I was visiting, and her son suggested s’mores. These are so simple to make!I use Alton Brown’s marshmallow recipe when I make vanilla marshmallows.
Begin making a graham cracker crust to fill the bottom of a casserole dish. I use a stick of butter, 4-5 packages of the squared graham crackers (crushed) and 1/4 of a cup of brown sugar to make my crust. (Mix the crushed graham crackers with the sugar, and melted butter) Add to greased casserole dish and pack the crust firmly.
Next, cover the graham crater crust with chocolate bars, and melt in the oven on broil for about 3 minutes. Spread the chocolate to cover the graham crackers and set aside.
Make the marshmallows, and pour over the graham cracker and chocolate layers and refrigerate for several hours until the marshmallow fluff has set.
Remove the layered marshmallows from the pan, and cut into squares.
Now, you could totally enjoy them as is, OR, you can pull out a kitchen torch and roast them! We decided to roast them, and the roasted flavor lasted for several days! I recently made them again for my boys to take to their teachers, and they were a HUGE hit!