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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bite-Sized S'mores in the Oven | Easy Fall Dessert



Last fall I attended a party at Darcy Miller's home (editor of Martha Stewart Weddings) for the book launch of Peter Callahan's new book, Bite by Bite.  The entire cookbook is artfully created mini ideas for food.  One of the desserts served at the party were these little bite-size s'mores.  I've always loved s'mores, but there is something about these one bite, open-faced s'mores that are sooooo great.  They are not messy and they are so easy to make - they are ready in 45 seconds!

I made these mini s'mores as part of my Pumpkin Harvest Fall Entertaining class.  After a big filling bowl of butternut and beef chili and a cheddar jalapeno scone, these were the perfect tiny little sweet bite to end the class.


This isn't really a recipe, but more of a list of very simple instructions.

Cut the graham crackers into 1-inch squares (basically, 1 graham cut into 8ths).  Use a serrated bread knife to cut - it makes it very easy without too much breakage.


Cut small pieces of chocolate to fit on top of the graham pieces.


Line them up on a baking sheet.

Sorry, not pic of the last step!  Just cut a marshmallow into thirds with a hot, wet serrated knife and place them on top of the chocolate.

Put them in the oven under the broiler for 30-45 seconds.  Depending on your oven... watch them carefully, they will burn very quickly!
 

7 comments:

  1. They look wonderful - I'm going to try them. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Ive not made them that small before but it looks like a good idea. You could use a few of the mini marshmallows and then wouldn't need to cut them into smaller pieces.

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  3. These look adorable! I think they are the perfect petit fours and I will definitely be giving them a try.
    Morwenna

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  4. I'm hosting a dinner party this Saturday and I will definitely be making your squash dip. Sounds so delicious!

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  5. Anonymous3:07 AM

    used a piece of "glide" unflavored dental floss for the marshmallows. made quick work of them.

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  6. what size marshmallows did you use and what brand? I'm hosting a party in a week and any help would be appreciated! Thanks!

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