Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Are you a pro marshmallow toaster? It's National S'More Day!

Somehow summer is sneaking away again and it's already August!  August here in Maine is such a beautiful month, we begin to welcome the cooler mornings while still enjoying the hot afternoons at the beach.  August evenings are often filled with enjoying friends and family by the fire...and trying not to light the marshmallows on fire!  I am no pro when it comes to marshmallow toasting.  Years of experience and still, they get all nice and brown and then poof; they are up in flames!

Today is the day to show your toasting skills, it is National S'More Day.  As much as children love to enjoy s'mores, we know that the adults love them just as much!  Here is a fancy twist to a summertime classic that everyone will enjoy, and you can do them right on your grill so no marshmallow toasting needs to be involved!
S'more's  (the Stonewall Kitchen way)

For the Grill:
  1. Stack s'more: Graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate bar, fudge sauce, graham cracker
  2. Wrap all in aluminum foil and place on top of a hot grill for about 10 minutes
  3. Peek to make sure chocolate is melted
  4. Enjoy!
The Traditional Way:
  1. Get your bottom graham cracker and top it with the piece of chocolate bar. 
  2. Toast the jumbo marshmallow over the open flame of the fire.  If you are a marshmallow toasting master, brown slightly.  Or if you are like most people, blow out the flames as quick as possible!
  3. Place onto pre-assembled graham cracker & chocolate bar
  4. Top with a spoonful of Raspberry Liqueur Hot Fudge Sauce
  5. Top with the second graham cracker
  6. Grab a napkin and enjoy!
Do you have a favorite twist to a s'more that makes them special?  If so, please share, we would love to hear your ideas!

If you don't have the time to make a traditional s'more, try out our S'Mores Brownie Mix!

1 comment:

  1. This looks delicious! I have to try this hot fudge!

    I absolutely love all your products! This summer I got the chance to go on the foodie tour in Portland and got to visit one of your stores to try your blueberry jam and scones! (extremely delicious!) I did a write up about it on blog...feel free to check it out!


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