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Friday Feast: S’more Nachos

August 7, 2009

I have a confession to make. This isn’t a Schmate original recipe. This Friday Feast is courtesy of housemates Graham and Claire, and it’s a good one! But, you know me, I love s’mores! 

So imagine the scenario: you and your friends want s’mores and quickly, but you don’t have a bonfire. What do you do? Try S’more Nachos:

Smore Nachos

 S’more Nachos

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 1 minute

Cleanup Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

graham crackers

mini marshmallows

chocolate chips (semi-sweet or regular)

a microwave

  • Cover a plate with a layer of graham crackers.
  • Layer the graham crackers with marshmallows.
  • Generously sprinkle the chocolate chip morsels over the marshmallow layer.
  • Put the plate in the microwave and heat for a minute.
  • Keep a watchful eye on the plate as the marshmallows grow bigger and the morsels melt. Stop the microwave before the marshmallows puff up too much.
  • Enjoy your sweet and gooey nachos!

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You could also switch up the ingredients to have other variations: try caramel or butterscotch morsels with chocolate crackers; or use vanilla wafers instead of graham crackers; change up the colors of the marshmallows depending on the season. Regardless, this dessert should be great for all ages!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Lauren permalink
    August 7, 2009 7:11 am

    i love smores. and i learned that you don’t actually need a bonfire. the ONE time when electric stoves are superior to gas is for roasting marshmallows. if you turn the stove up all the way to high and get the burner bright red, it acts like coals in a fire, and perfectly browns a marshmallow. (what a fat kid moment this post is!)

  2. tara permalink
    August 13, 2015 8:28 pm

    we tried these today and they were amazing! great idea!

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