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I saw this and thought this would be fun to serve on a summer evening...

s'mores bites
yeah you lose the whole hot lava chocolate thing like a real s'more but it was cute nevertheless!
 

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What do you do, torch the marshmallow? How does it stick? That is just neat!
 

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What do you do, torch the marshmallow? How does it stick? That is just neat!.
Madeleine said:
What do you do, torch the marshmallow? How does it stick? That is just neat!
put the marshmallow on the graham and broil for a few seconds then top with the kiss
http://cookingclassy.blogspot.com/2012/02/smores-bites-two-ways.html
 

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What do you do, torch the marshmallow? How does it stick? That is just neat!.
Madeleine said:
What do you do, torch the marshmallow? How does it stick? That is just neat!
put the marshmallow on the graham and broil for a few seconds then top with the kiss
http://cookingclassy.blogspot.com/2012/02/smores-bites-two-ways.html
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That's funny, the kisses are so sweet, then you get to the rollo "okay man, yeah man, love ya man, but not in that way" kind of s'more bites.
Yeah CL I was wondering that myself...about the graham cracker. I would have to make mine square. Would have to be a pretty sharp cookie cutter to do it. But then again, I have never tried it, so maybe it is easy?
I just think it would be very clever, if you have a houseful of guests and you walk out with these s'mores bites on a platter...and shot glasses of milk.
 

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I read if you moisten the crackers with a little melted butter and then nuke them for just a few seconds to soften them a good biscuit cutter will get right through them. Those that fail get saved for crust.
 
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