Take those must-have s'mores at your camp-out to the next level by using fine chocolate. Kick it up another notch with your own home-made ginger snaps.
Using fine dark chocolate takes your s'mores to the next level.
Yield: About 7 S'mores
1 70g 70% Kallari Chocolate Bar, or if not available, any other fine dark chocolate
Graham crackers or ginger snaps
Roast marshmallow, keeping in mind the following. The most important part about making s'mores is your marshmallow roasting technique. The key to toasting a marshmallow without catching it on fire is to let the fire mature into glowing embers. This will allow for slow, even roasting, so the marshmallow is gooey on the inside and crispy on the outside. Slowly rotate the marshmallow over the hot coals until it is golden brown on all sides.
Meanwhile, set aside a large piece of chocolate on a graham cracker or ginger snap to warm by the fire.
Use your cracker to scoop the marshmallow off the stick making a s'more sandwich. Eat right away and don't be afraid to get a little bit messy. Some people rest the assembled s’more on a piece of tin foil next to the fire so that the chocolate gets nice and gooey.
Photo by EC Grad, Mary Collazo of Chocollazo Chocolate Trolley. All rights reserved.
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