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PostSubject: Simple S'Mores....   Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:31 am

For those of us who love s'mores Very Happy Hope someone can use this... I'll be making a batch before I run away tomorrow Very Happy


1 bag of large Marshmallows
1 large Hershey Bar - The BIG ones. Not the candy bar size (You can use Nestle Milk Chocolate Chips, instead)
1 box of Graham Crackers

* Place graham crackers in the food processor, and crumb them. Set aside.
* Break up the chocolate bar into a double boiler. Melt the chocolate, stirring until there are no more lumps.
* Take each marshmallow, and coat with chocolate.
* Roll each chocolate-covered marshmallow in the graham cracker crumbs. Place on waxed paper to set up.
* Store in a covered container, at room temperature.
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PostSubject: Re: Simple S'Mores....   Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:00 pm

Oooh, yummy!

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PostSubject: Re: Simple S'Mores....   Thu Dec 18, 2008 9:10 am

now..that sounds neato!

May those who love us love us,
and those who do not love us,
may God turn their hearts,
and if He cannot turn their hearts
may He turn their ankles
that we may know them by their limping.

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