baked s’mores

July 28, 2015


baked s'moresBaked S’mores

Ingredients:
McVitie’s Digestives
Nocciolata (similar to nutella, but much more delicious)
Milk chocolate bar
Giant marshmallows
Parchment paper

Directions:
Preheat the oven to 350°F.

Line a baking pan with parchment paper, and lay out cookies (with top side facing down) on top. Spread on the Nocciolata, add milk chocolate pieces on top, then place a marshmallow on top. Bake until the marshmallows are puffed and a little bit burnt (I like my marshmallows burnt, but if that’s not your style, just watch until they’re golden) for about 2-4 minutes. Remove from the oven and top with another cookie (top side facing up), and press down slightly. Now, devour!

baked s'moresbaked s'moresbaked s'moresbaked s'moresWe just had a Blaze Pizza pop up near our house, and they use digestive biscuits for their s’mores, and I loved it! During my study abroad in London, I have fond memories of my best friend chowing down on her digestive biscuits. When we were at the grocery store, she’d stock pile on digestive biscuits and I would stock up on Penguins (the best!!!). I think I much prefer these biscuits with s’mores than graham crackers!

I’m not sure if you can find these biscuits at the regular grocery store, but I know they do sell them at World Market. Thankfully, we have a little Indian market right around the corner from our house, and they carry a lot of UK brands, so I just picked up a package from there. A friend recently brought over brownies topped with s’mores, so I’m going to try these biscuits out with that recipe too.

 

10 comments on “baked s’mores”

  • aaaaah Rubyellen this is genius! i was getting so tired of graham cracker s’mores. Will totally try this kind and search out that chocolate!!

  • Ekta says:

    Love Blaze Pizza and love s’mores with these biscuits. Great tip for your readers to find them at and Indian store. We use Britannia Marie brand too sometimes. I’ve been making microwave s’mores for my son all summer long since its too hot in TX to fire up the bbq. Next time he requests for one, I’ll be doing the oven version 🙂

  • Linda says:

    Digestive biscuits!!!!!!! Yummmmmmmm

  • Sophia says:

    I haven’t tried Penguin biscuits, but apparently they are a worse version of Australia’s Tim Tams – definitely try them if you get the chance! 😀

  • Anne says:

    Wow! Digestives YUM! Digestives and hobnobs are my fave from England with a cuppa tea to dip them with.

    Oh you will LOVE TimTams! Soo good. We had a sales person just come back from Australia and they now have red velvet tim tams couldn’t stop eating them!

  • heather says:

    Love this! When we lived in London, this was a favorite to serve our kid friends there. Couldn’t find graham crackers, so we used digestives. None of them had ever had a s’more, so they were always a hit!

  • Cait says:

    Growing up in Dubai, British and European foods were more available than American, so we used Digestives for our desert s’mores! Love!

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