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Uncle Scott's S'Mores

After losing his piece of chocolate to the sandy beach one too many times, Hazel Brown's uncle, Scott Stewart, improved on the classic s'more. Dipping the graham cracker in melted chocolate keeps it firmly in place.

  • Yield: Makes 20 sandwiches

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2007


  • 8 ounces bittersweet chocolate, chopped
  • 40 graham crackers
  • 40 large marshmallows


  1. Melt chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water, stirring until smooth. Remove from heat, and let cool until slightly thickened. Holding graham cracker by the edges, dip 1 side of each cracker in chocolate, letting excess chocolate drip back into bowl. Put dry side down on a parchment-lined rimmed baking sheet. Refrigerate until set, about 30 minutes.

  2. Press each marshmallow onto the tip of a skewer or a clean whittled stick. Roast marshmallows, turning occasionally, until toasted to desired doneness. Place 1 or 2 marshmallows on a cracker, and top with another one.

Cook's Notes

If you are using wooden skewers to roast marshmallows, be sure to soak them in water for 30 minutes first to prevent them from scorching.

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  • zanbonni
    25 AUG, 2009
    You can cheat at home by wrapping the smores in tin foil and place on the bbq. Its a great treat in the fall. Or even at camp by placeing at the edge of the fire and flipping a few times.
  • Aerail
    22 AUG, 2009
    How did she get those cool stars on the end of her skewer?
  • dianecarlson
    22 AUG, 2009
    Reese's peanut butter morsels are good too!
  • MS11073276
    22 AUG, 2009
    I was going to say buy choclate covered grahams but Melissa beat me to it...gee girls, anything in chocolate is great!
  • lujie
    22 AUG, 2009
    Try spreading Nutella on your graham crackers and then adding your roasted marshmallows....delish!!
  • MelissaRamirez
    22 AUG, 2009
    On camping trips we tak chocolate covered graham crackers for our s'mores.