2 minute s’mores

Remember I told you about having a few almost free prep, no bake desserts over our vacation? Well this is the other one that I was meaning to share with everyone that was a huge success.

Granted you have to broil these ones, but let me tell you, for no longer than a minute or two so this does not count as baking!!

I had actually make these a few times and used a couple of different ovens, as we were in different places. It was weird because in one oven the s’mores took no longer than a minute to get the toasted marshmallows tops, and in the other oven it took me about 3 minutes.

Either way, watch the s’mores while in the broiler because you may end up with burnt marshmallows!! They get done very, very quickly……

For this time around I used my home made whole grain graham crackers but you can buy stored bought. That is what I did while on vacation. I actually got some sensational 100% whole wheat crackers at whole foods, the only problem for me was that they were $5. I thought that was a bit much for crackers so from now on I will be making my own.

I hope you get to make these. They are not only super easy, yummy and very popular each time I make them so I hope you get to try them soon.

Enjoy!!

These are super easy to make. If you like use store bought graham crackers and you will be able to eat these in no time.

Make sure you watch them while in the broiler because they turn toasty very quickly. They will burn rather fast so watch them!!

I used dark chocolate kisses but you can use milk chocolate. They are just sweeter. I also used marshmallows free of high fructose corn syrup, which I got in whole foods.

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2 minute s'mores

Yield: 2 minute s'mores

Ingredients:

Whole wheat graham crackers, You can use store bought.
Marshmallows, free of high fructose corn syrup, mine where from Whole foods.
Dark chocolate kisses, unwrapped

 

Directions:

In a baking pan place the graham crackers and place one marshmallow on each cracker. Place under the boiler for 1-2 minutes until the tops are slightly brown.

You need to watch carefully as they will burn really really fast.

Remove from the oven and push down a chocolate kiss on each marshmallow, like in the pictures.

I sometimes place them back in the oven after turning the boiler off so that the chocolate melts even further and faster, but this step is just up to you!!

Serve while warm.

Slightly adapted from Cooking classy

 

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6 comments

  1. Oooh, homemade sprinkles! That will come in handy for me. I don’t think they have colored sprinkles here.

    How do these compare to your other chocolate donuts? I loved the other ones! And I agree about mini donut pans being a pain. I’m just too impatient and messy to fill all of those tiny things.

    I love the messy faces. :)

  2. Texanerin,

    The recipe for the donuts is the same I made a while back :-) although I will be making some fry versions soon. Will see how they turn out….

    Regards

  3. hai love ur blog,if ur cook book is available in india i will be the first one to buy it,i tried this donut i loved it and i have posted the result of ur recipe in my blog plz visit and leave ur precious comments
    http://bondedbyfood.blogspot.in/2012/07/wholewheat-chocolate-donuts-with.html

  4. Eat Good 4 Life » Triple chocolate donuts with home made sprinkles

  5. This recipe made much more than it said. I followed the recipe perfectly and it still made 12 donuts, and 8 cupcakes. I don’t know what happened there …

    • Holly smokes, that many? I know when I make mine I fill the donut holes quite a lot so my donuts are nice and big, that could probably make a big difference. I did use a large donut pan however, the standard that is, but an extra 8 cupcakes? I really don’t know. I might have to make this recipe again to really see :-) Thanks for letting me know.

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