Did you know that you can make s’mores on the grill? Yep! You can! Let me show you just how just how easy it is!
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I have yet to meet a person that doesn’t like s’mores. I don’t know what I love more…the ooey-gooey marshmallow or the melted chocolate?!?! Don’t make me choose. It’s like trying to pick your favorite child. You just can’t do it.
But, there’s a dark side to s’mores. It’s scary and gives me terrible anxiety.
It’s called giving children sharp, pointy sticks (similar to branding irons, I might add) that they are expected to jam into a raging fire and keep there until the sugary ball on the end bursts into flames. Then they wave the sharp, pointy stick with said fire-ball at you until you frantically yank it out of their hands before your hair goes up in a blaze of glory.
Let me just add that the risk factor for this scenario increases exponentially if any of the following conditions are met:
A: You have more than one child present
B: If any of the children present are boys
C: If any of the children have already eaten a s’more and are at the peak of the subsequent sugar high
And if, god forbid, you meet all three of the conditions above…may the force be with you.
Instead of risking life and limb (or your hair), try making Grilled S’mores!
Grilled S’mores are also a great option if you live in an area where you can’t have an open bonfire – like in the city or dry, arid climates or a housing development.
You should not be denied of these treats just because of a few little ordinances against open fires or a fear of children running around with sugar torches. It’s just not fair!
So grab your aluminum foil and fire up the grill. It’s time to take back the S’more!
These Grilled S’smores are incredibly easy to make. Plus, you get all of the ooey, gooey, melty deliciousness without the safety issue.
They only thing you’ll miss is the charred exterior of the marshmallow. But really, that’s a small price to pay for your safety. Right?!
Oh, and be sure to take a close look at the photo above…the S’more on the top of the pile is made with a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup! Oh yeah, I went there!
S’mores are not just for Hershey Bars anymore.
I made these Grilled S’mores on my Napoleon Prestige P500 grill. I *heart* this grill. From the craftsmanship to the ease-of-use to gorgeous style, this grill has everything I need. It’s easy to see why I love this grill – just watch this video:
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Here’s how to make Grilled S’Mores:
- 4 whole graham crackers
- 4 marshmallows
- 2 Cups Hershey Bars or 4 Reese's Peanut Butter
- Break each graham cracker into 2 even pieces.
- Place one half of the graham cracker on a piece of foil.
- Place half a Hershey Bar or a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup (or both, I won't judge!) on top of the graham cracker.
- Place a marshmallow on top of the chocolate.
- Top with the other half of the graham cracker.
- Wrap entire s'more in foil.
- Repeat process above for remaining s'mores.
- Grill over medium high heat for 5-7 minutes or until the marshmallow melts.
- Remove from foil packets before serving.
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