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Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup S’mores

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You haven’t lived until you’ve tried a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup S’more. Bring on the campfire and the smiles!

Ingredients

  • 12 whole Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
  • 24 whole Graham Cracker Squares
  • 12 whole Regular Size Marshmallows

Preparation

Remove peanut butter cups from wrappers and gently remove the paper liner from the bottom of the cup. Break rectangular graham crackers into squares, to form 24 individual squares.

Marshmallows are best roasted over a campfire until they are golden brown. A straightend wire coat hanger makes a great roasting device. But for safety’s sake we use the U shaped hot dog roasters to roast our marshmallows. The browning time will vary depending on the temperature of the campfire. For a golden brown marshmallow, simply place the marshmallow on the end of the roaster and hold it slightly above the campfire flames for 1-2 minutes. For a “charred” s’more, place the marshmallow extremely close to the flame for only a few seconds, or until desired color is achieved.

Next slide the roasted marshmallow onto a graham cracker square and place an unwrapped peanut butter cup on top of the marshmallow and press it down slightly. Top the S’more with another graham cracker, or serve the S’more open-faced without a top. Eat and repeat as needed!

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katejudy311 on 9.22.2011

This is the ONLY way we eat s’mores. We have converted many to this method!

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