Campground Party S'mores
No camping trip is complete without ooey gooey s’mores. We’ve taken the classic s’more and made it a little “extra” with this cast-iron skillet version. Just layer cinnamon graham crackers with chocolate and two sizes of marshmallows and drizzle the finished dish with caramel sauce. The hint of salt from the caramel sauce helps balance out the sweetness. Note that the main recipe here is for cooking the dish over a low campfire. If you’re making the recipe on a camp stove, follow the special instructions to use a smaller quantity and layer the ingredients a bit differently so they heat without burning. Want to make these at home? You can also bake them in a 350°F oven or covered grill. The recipe is a Yummly original created by Ashley Strickland Freeman.
- Break graham cracker sheets along perforated lines into quarters. (It’s OK if they break unevenly.) Break chocolate bars along perforated lines into small rectangles. Set aside 8 large marshmallows to roast on camping skewers.
- Using oil, grease a 12-inch cast-iron skillet and a sheet of heavy-duty aluminum foil big enough to cover the skillet.
- Campfire directions: Layer half of the mini marshmallows followed by half of the graham crackers, half of the chocolate bars, and half of the remaining larger marshmallows in the skillet. Repeat the layers. Snugly cover skillet with foil (greased side down). Set skillet on a grill grate over a low campfire with glowing embers. Cook until chocolate is glossy and marshmallows are very soft when pressed, 5-8 minutes. Remove foil.
- Camp stove instructions: Use a total of 1 ½ cups mini marshmallows, 5 ounces (1 sleeve) of graham crackers, 3 chocolate bars, and 8 regular marshmallows. Sprinkle 1 cup mini marshmallows in the bottom of the greased skillet. Top with all the graham crackers and chocolate bars, then the regular marshmallows and remaining ½ cup mini marshmallows. Cover tightly with greased aluminum foil and cook over very low heat on a camp stove until chocolate is glossy and marshmallows are very soft when pressed, 10-12 minutes, checking to make sure the bottom of the s’mores aren’t scorching. Remove from heat and let stand, covered, 5 minutes. Remove foil.
- For either version: Skewer reserved large marshmallows on camping forks and roast over a campfire or camp stove. Place on top of s’mores and drizzle with caramel sauce. Spoon servings onto small plates or into bowls.
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.