TWIST ON S'MORES

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  1. fmbhappycamper

    fmbhappycamper PuP Power

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    white chocolate pretzels smores [8D]
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    saw these on the shelf at Kitchen Collection today... looked good too !

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  3. RotnMom

    RotnMom Am I there yet?

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    Really?? Well that's a bummer! They did look so good on tv, but glad I can't try them. I would have just as soon put peanut butter in the banana and went with that! A small ice cream place here makes toasted PB sandwiches with banana. It's a fork meal to say the least, but Elvis would have been proud! [8D]
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    Yum [:D]
     
  5. carolinacampers

    carolinacampers Nights camped: 2008-10, 2009-25, 2010-6.

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    I LOVE S'MORES! In fact, I like all of the ingredients, whether they're put all together or if I eat them separately.

    That being said, when I was in Girl Scouts many moons ago, we went camping quite often. We would make banana boats almost every trip. Now, I remember being forced to make everything and eat everything we made. This didn't sit well with me and my sensitive stomach, so the GS leaders usually ended up having to clean up a mess, and would call my mom to come and pick me up from camp.

    Banana boats was one of those foods I just couldn't keep down. Hot bananas? Really? YUK!!! To this day I can't even think about making or eating them. To those of you that like them or want to try them...ENJOY!
     
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    Fudge stripe s'mores are awesome. I'd never had 'em that way until this spring. Best ever!
     
  7. jmcclung11

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    Did someone say Peep s'mores?

    UH-OH!
     
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    After attending the Arizona Spring Rally and being introduced to a Womp'em by the Bousselot family, we will never make another Smores. Don't get me wrong Smores are great, but if you put the same ingredients for a Smores in Womp'em it's a thousand times better. It's a little more work by totally worth it.

    Take the time to Google, "Womp'em". You will never go back to Smores after you've had a Womp'em.

    http://www.wompemstick.com/

    I made mine out of 1 1/2" oak dowel and drilled a hole for my skewer.

    Enjoy,

    Keith :)
     
  9. 01YZF6

    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    also try smores with roasted twinkies.
    1 twinkie can make 2 or 3.

    graham cracker
    chocolate
    twinkie
    graham cracker

    as for peeps.... we love us some peeps !
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    we even went a step further...lol

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    and peeps? the chocolate ones do not do as well as the yellow originals....lol

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    BoomJammer Jason

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    Keith,
    I'm trying to get my head around this. So, you cook a biscuit "bowl," and then fill it with chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers; and then eat it? Or do you re-cook the final product some how to melt the marshmallows?
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    we have friends who use Womp'em sticks.

    wrap the biscuit dough around it, cook over fire/coals until done, remove from stick and stuff with whatever you like.
    the inside of the biscuit should be hot enough to melt the MINI marshies and chocolate.

    not too get away from Smores here but:

    we have seen them done in DO's too. but they are more of a stuffed croissant or turnover. so you can make more at one time
    roll all ingredients into it dough, and cook in DO at 350 for 10 minutes.
    you get an oooey, gooey, pastry dessert !
     
  13. eckertsbrew

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    Yes, just crumble the graham cracker, use mini-marshmallows and break up the chocolate. Put it all in when the biscuit bowl is hot and enjoy. You can reheat if not melted but not to much as to burn the dough.
    The best thing about these bowls is, you can put anything you want in them.
    Chocolate pudding, Cherry's, jams, whip cream, candies.
    Breakfast items as well.
    Eggs, ham, cheese etc. (must be cooked)
    Left over dinner items. (Kind of like a hot-pocket)

    Hope that helps.
    I think they also call them dough-boys.

    Keith
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    you can take the SUPER JUMBO marshmallows, cut a slit in them, stuff one snip of a hershey bar in it, then roast with a 2 pronged roasting stick/fork until done too...
     
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    Been doing the peeps n fudge stripe cookies for a couple of years. I like them much better than regular s'mores.
     
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    BoomJammer Jason

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    Yeah... I think SUPER JUMBO marshmallows might be too much of a good thing.
     
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    BoomJammer Jason

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    Nope! Definitely not. No such thing as "too much of a good thing!" [:)O]

    ...not with a smile like that! [:D]
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    we did them a bit ago like I mentioned above.... kids loved em !

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    Now that's a Smores Smile [:D]
     
  20. Campit

    Campit EAT SLEEP CAMP

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    :laugh: I can see that she didn't have any problems with them! Sooo cute!

    Campit
     

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