Hershey’s S’mores are a favorite sweet treat. Just because a campfire isn’t convenient doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy that classic flavor.
The iconic Hershey’s S’mores are a classic for a reason. The combination of the classic Hershey’s chocolate bar, marshmallow and graham cracker is a favorite with all ages. While people debate the proper “doneness” of a marshmallow, that classic flavor combination is etched in everyone’s taste memories. Although everyone loves that flavor combination, does it really have to come with an open flame?
Just in time for National S’mores Day, Hershey’s has created some delicious recipes that offer all the favorite s’mores flavor combinations without having to create this sweet treat over an open flame. Now, everyone can satisfy that s’mores craving any time.
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Looking over these recipes from Hershey’s, a few of the ideas greatly piqued my interest. Sometimes, I crave that chocolate marshmallow flavor, but not in the traditional way. Who says that this flavor combination needs to come with gooey bits on my fingers? The new recipe for S’mores sandwich bar cookies offer that iconic flavor combination in a more convenient format.
Check out the recipe tutorial from Hershey.
This recipe is rather easy for anyone to recreate. More importantly, this dessert is very portable. If you need to bring a dessert to the end of summer barbecue, this recipe is a great idea. Also, you can make a batch of these bars and enjoy the chocolate marshmallow goodness for several days. Of course, everyone has to eat normal portions of this dessert (if that’s possible).
Still some people would prefer the “gooey” factor of the class s’mores. When the marshmallow gets warm, the melted consistency seems to just dissolve into sugary goodness. Still, an open flame isn’t the only way to achieve this consistency.
Hershey’s S’mores, s’mores in a cup, photo provided Hershey’s
The Hershey’s recipe for S’mores in a cup is the perfect answer. With the classic ingredients and less than a minute in the microwave, everyone can be eating that classic dessert, without the burnt factor. Personally, I like this recipe because my fingers never get dirty while eating the dessert. My spoon is ready and my fingers are clean.
These two recipes are just two examples of the many Hershey’s s’mores recipes available. From desserts to cocktails, the classic flavors are always apparent. More importantly, none of these recipes have the unfortunate circumstance of a burnt marshmallow.
What’s your favorite way to enjoy Hershey’s s’mores? Do you have a modern take on the classic s’mores? Share your favorite recipe with #FoodSided.