S'mores are a great campfire tradition across our country, but sometimes the weather doesn't cooperate.
I promised my kids marshmallows, chocolate, and crackers cooked over an open flame last weekend and then the skies opened up. The rain went on and on and on for so long I considered trading our car for a dingy. So, while I was browsing the internet I came across 1001 ways to make s'mores that don't involve a tent, or mosquitos, or even a fire.
It's a guarantee that if you make this you'll become Most Amazing Person Ever of the Universe, at least until you insist the kids go to bed and brush their teeth. The only problem I see with making a no-fire, indoor version of s'mores is that now we'll have no excuse to light a campfire.
Clean up is easy! Once the kids (young or old) have finished digging in, gently scrape out the cast iron skillet with the silicone spatula and rinse whatever is left over under hot water.
Serves 6-8, depending on how greedy everyone is.
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