It’s time to talk s’mores.
We had normal s’mores in Texas.
At a church in Minnesota we roasted donuts over the fire and then rolled them in cinnamon and sugar. We’d have shown you a better picture, but it’s just too intense for the more sensitive among you.
When we went camping at a state park in Minnesota for a few days, we experimented to find the least messy method of making hot delicious shmoes…er, s’mores. We were looking for minimal mallow displacement, equal coverage, less mess, and melted chocolate.
Here’s the process:
We sandwiched mallows between other cookies, too.
Eliana never had marshmallows before.
Her first taste of marshmallow:
Her second taste of marshmallows:
Hannah can’t eat mallows, so she roasted nuts and homemade chocolate one night …
and cauliflower on a stick the second night.
If roasting mallows (or cauliflower) is too much trouble…
You could take Rebecca’s approach and eat the ingredients separately.
You do know the proper way to eat a “striped dainty” cookie, don’t you?
You wear it on your little finger and eat around the edges!
Then you pop that last little bit…
into your mouth.
We have concluded that this project requires further experimentation.
Aw, Elisabeth is wearing her hug shirt. Someone should hug that child. She loves that! LINK!!!