Get S’more outa life – indoors!


I just discovered a website devoted entirely to S’mores – you remember,  those habit forming treats you made around the campfire as a Girl Scout?

I’m making these this afternoon – sort of a ritualistic thing – since I’m giving up sugar again for Lent. This will be my last hurrah!

You can check out the sight  at:

The editor tells you all about various versions you can make without having to go outside and build a fire – though that’s always best.

EASY S’MORE CLUSTERS (What could be easier?)  I may never bake again.


  • 6 (1.55 oz. each) Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bars, broken into pieces
  • 2 cups miniature marshmallows
  • 8 (about 1-3/4 cups) graham crackers, coarsely chopped


1. Place chocolate pieces in medium microwave-safe bowl. Microwave at MEDIUM (50%) 1-1/2 to 2 minutes, or until chocolate is melted when mixture is stirred.
2. Stir in marshmallows and graham cracker pieces until well coated. Drop by spoonfuls into miniature paper muffin cups (1-3/4 inches in diameter). Cover; refrigerate until firm. About 2-1/2 dozen snacks.

Recipe courtesy HERSHEY

Death by Chocolate S’Mores


Hand full of milk chocolate chips

Hand full of teddy grahams (any flavor)

2 hand fulls of mini marshmallows

Mix it all together in a microwave safe bowl. Nuke for 20 seconds. Enjoy

Campfire variation: Place all ingredients in tinfoil envelope and cook over coals or campfire (just like a tin foil dinner) for a few minutes.

Hobo S’Mores

These are some of the cheapest s’mores that you can make. All you need are marshmallows and inexpensive, shortbread striped cookies (I get mine at Fred’s for about $1). The cookies provide the graham and chocolate in a cheaper, easier form. Just stack and Nuke ‘em for a quick treat.

Tips for indoor S’Mores

The microwave is a quick and easy vehicle to create a great tasting s’more. To create the perfect micro-s’more using the basic ingredients:

1. Stack three squares of chocolate on one graham. Nuke for 10 seconds so the chocolate can soften a little.

2. Next place mellow on top of chocolate. Nuke for 20 more seconds, but watch closely as you do not want the mellow to roll off as it expands.

3. Once it reaches maximum size, before it rolls off, slap the top graham on, smooshing everything together for true fusion.

2 thoughts on “Get S’more outa life – indoors!

  1. Emily, we have a Reading Night at our school each fall – and S’mores have become a tradition. We use portable fire pits to roast the marshmallows. Of course kids always love burning stuff! They do taste great though. Thanks for the recipes (as always).

  2. I have just decided what will be our main dish for lunch today! Tom will be thrilled.

    Shirley D.

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