Stovetop S'Mores: Gooey, Salty, Melty Mess

1
Colette Z

By
@cocointhekitchen

These s'mores are great to make on a rainy day trapped indoors with bored li'l ones or after a long day at the office on Ordinary Tuesday!

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
10
Prep:
10 Min
Cook:
5 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

How to Make Stovetop S'Mores: Gooey, Salty, Melty Mess

Step-by-Step

  1. Line crackers, flat side up on a tray, in pairs.
  2. Slather half a teaspoon (or more) of Nutella onto one cracker in each pair.
  3. Skewer a marshmallow and roast over the fire of a stove burner.
  4. Be very careful not to set the house on fire.
  5. Once the marshmallow catches fire, blow out the flame and put it over
    the Nutella, cover with a cracker and pull the skewer out.
  6. Repeat.

    Repeat.

    Repeat.

    Eat.

    Repeat.

    Share.

    Eat.

    Repeat.

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About Stovetop S'Mores: Gooey, Salty, Melty Mess

Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American
Collection: Campfire Cooking
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids



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