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This recipe is best with our homemade marshmallows (steps one through four). They can be prepared up to two days ahead.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, May 1998
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Uses 3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin instead of 4 packages.

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  • reerah
    1 DEC, 2008
    Try Shortbread or Sandies with a wedge of milk chocolate, topped with the homemade marshmallow!
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  • GreenlikeaBean
    22 NOV, 2008
    Looks like a challenge to make but it looks too fun to pass up a whack at it! Did anyone encounter any major problems with this, specifically with the marshmallow part?
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  • ser21842
    6 SEP, 2008
    "can i put sumthing insteed of graham we dont have them here" Graham crackers are traditional for campfire s'mores but any crisp cookie (what the Brits call 'biscuits') would work for this recipe. Here in the States, we're getting some great cookies imported from England and Mexico; they come in foil-wrapped stacks and are sometimes labled 'digestifs'. And as with cheesecake crust, something like plain old 'Nilla or Chocolate Wafers would work.
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  • adidvir
    26 JUL, 2008
    can i put sumthing insteed of graham we dont have them here
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  • mmsrjs
    14 JUL, 2008
    THE GIRL SCOUTS LOVE EM, MESSY AND ALL. LOTS OF LAUGHTER AND FUN WAS HAD BY ALL. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO GET MESSY, DON'T TRY THEM. GUESS WE HAVE TO BE A KID AT HEART TO ENJOY.
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  • Home4Holidays
    4 JUL, 2008
    Delicious! They were a huge hit! I had some trouble with the crust breaking also, but only on two of them. I used a kitchen torch instead of the broiler to give the marshmallows a more fire roasted taste all over. They came out great.
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  • Home4Holidays
    4 JUL, 2008
    Delicious! They were a huge hit! I had some trouble with the crust breaking also, but only on two of them. I used a kitchen torch instead of the broiler to give the marshmallows a more fire roasted taste all over. They came out great.
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  • mgiles
    3 JUL, 2008
    The crust fell apart when I cut them. Basically didn't taste anything like a s'more, and definitely not worth the effort. Too much trouble.
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  • CraftChallanger123
    24 JUN, 2008
    Well, Supanpink, the piont of smores is to get messy, have fun, and have a delicious treat or dessert! ! ! I tried it too and I just decided to eat outside over a napkin!
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  • cremarie
    23 JUN, 2008
    Anyone know how to get a hold of some of the tag-holders like the ones pictured above?
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