Tuesday, August 2, 2011

What does a grown-up Girl Scout serve at camp?

S'mores with a Twist
How about an Ultimate S'more!

12 Graham Crackers, broken in half
4 bars (3.5 oz. each) dark chocolate with almonds, each broken into 3 pieces
12 large marshmallows

Fold 12 sheets of foil, each 12 by 12 in.  Center one graham cracker on each sheet, then top with chocolate piece, marshmallow and another graham cracker.  Gently fold foil over s'more and ctimp to seal.

Heat packets on a cooking grate over glowing coals in a campfire or on a grill over medium heat (about 350), turning often just until chocolate softens, 2 tp 3 minutes using tongs.

Note: You can assemble ahead of time up to 3 day and chill.

Chocolate and Peanut Butter S'mores

Crisp Chocolate Wafers (such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers)
Peanut Butter

Spread 1 tablespoon peanut butter (at room temp.) onto a Chocolate wafer.  Slide 1 skewer-toasted marshmallow onto peanut butter.  Top with a second wafer and squish down gently.  

Caramel-drizzles S'more

Homemade Peanut Butter Cookies
Chocolate candy bar, each broken into 3 pieces
Caramel sauce 

Place a piece of the chocolate candy bar on one cookie spread 1 tablespoon caramel, slide 1 skewer-toasted marshmallow and top with an other peanut butter cookie. YUMMY! YUM!!!

Nutella and Banana S'more

For an all out indulgence, try a peanut butter cookie with Nutella, sliced banana and marshmallow

Ginger and Caramel S'more

Give s'more a kick with gingersnaps, filled with chocolate, caramel and marshmallow.  WOW!!!

Nutty Banana S'more

Make these with graham crackers, a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, sliced bananas and marshmallow. AWESOME!!!

Strawberry and Chocolate S'mores

Take the class campfire dessert up a notch by adding strawberry slices to graham crackers, dark chocolate and roasted marshmallow.  
NOW!!! this is what every grown-up Girl Scout dreams of!!!

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  1. Wow! What yummy looking S'mores!! Growing up a Brownie and then a Girl Scout I made many a s'more. My father was so quick to tease me everytime I served him one I had made. He would always ask, "Where are the ashes?" I guess in my younger days I had roasted the marshmallows a little too close to the ashes in the pit. Then he would make me explain why they were called "S'mores". And always I would state that they were so good you always wanted "s'more"!!!! Thanks for the walk down memory lane... which spans 57 years after becoming a Brownie. :-))
    Ladybug Creek

  2. Ok, you are so wrong for posting all this! :) This is all kinds of sinfully delicious, and I think I am gaining weight as I read this post.

    Maria @ A Platter of Figs

  3. What a GREAT recipe! I'd like to invite you over to Lady Behind The Curtain for my link party "Cast Party Wednesday" to share this and more of your recipes.
    I hope to see you there!

  4. Oh my goodness! I don't know what to make first. They all look delicious! I think I have to start with the Nutella and banana. I found your site at Cast Party Wednesday. You have a great blog! Thanks!!

  5. These all look so good! We are featuring S'mores recipes this week on our blog and are so excited to show some of these recipes! Come on over and grab a featured button!

    The Sisters @

  6. Yes, please.....I'll take one of each.

    Thank you so much for sharing this awesome S'mores at Foodie Wednesday.

    Hope you can come by this week again and share another great recipe.

  7. You're being featured!!! CONGRATULATIONS! Your post was one of the top 3 most viewed last week at Cast Party Wednesday. Please join me again tomorrow for another GREAT party and don't forget to grab a "featured" button!
    Thanks again for visiting me.
    I hope to see you again tomorrow!