Few things link you to childhood quite like a marshmallow-oozing gooey smore. As I was making these, I was immediately transported back to tall pines, bright stars, crickets chirping, and the smell of smoke. Growing up in the south, campfires and star-gazing was truly a part of my upbringing. And I miss it. It’s always a joy to go back to my husband’s family farm and get to relive all these little pieces of nostalgia.
I hope this recipe will bring you some campfire joy too.
For this recipe, I decided to pick ONE thing to make homemade and layer on the rest. I have made homemade marshmallows before, but it was quite tedious so I went with homemade graham crackers this time!
You’ll start with the chocolate (I’m OBSESSED with Honey Mamas and believe they deserve their own post!)
Next layer on a marshmallow, and gently press it into the chocolate so it spreads evenly across.
Once it’s all layered, you’ll bake it up and have a hard time waiting patiently once you start smelling it. Trust me on this one! Follow the instructions below carefully and you’ll get the ideal golden grown marshmallow! b