S’mores Marshmallows

Marshmallows is a key ingredient for cooking traditional s’mores. This treat has been around since at least the mid-1800s and was introduced as part of an American cookbook by confectioner Pierre Lorillard in 1829, who used it to make S’Mores.

You know the marshmallows on a s’more? I didn’t think so. Now, take one out and put it in your mouth, wait for a second before eating all of them at once. The result is not only an intense burst of sweetness from the sugar but also from graham cracker crumbs that get mixed into the chocolate topping when you eat too fast.

S’mores Marshmallows are a classic summer treat. They’re made with graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow cream. Here is a recipe for homemade s’mores marshmallows that you can make at home.

With these S’mores Marshmallows, we’re taking campfire snacks to the next level: silky handcrafted marshmallows topped with salted caramel and smothered in dark chocolate and graham cracker crumbs. Please, yes!

Listen. I know it’s the middle of summer, and you’re probably thinking of popsicles. I understand. But I have a chocolate addiction, and there has been much too little chocolate lately in these parts.

So I made a summery classic with a twist. Let me introduce you to S’mores Marshmallows, my new best pals.

Lee. Hoe. They’re quite addictive. One mouthful turns into two bites, which turns into fifteen. 

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It all begins with a pillowy marshmallow cooked from scratch. Do you realize how simple it is to create handmade marshmallows? Toss some ingredients in a saucepan, heat it up, pour it into a mixing bowl with other ingredients, and whisk until soft, fluffy, marshmallowy peaks appear. What a dream it would be to be a handmade marshmallow.

Anyways. Marshmallow like company, so we top him with a handmade salted caramel (always make salted caramel) before smothering him in decadent dark chocolate. With a few graham cracker crumbs on top, you’ve got yourself a tasty treat.

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While the other youngsters are burning their lips with molten mallow or having twigs trapped between their teeth, you and your family can sit back, relax, and enjoy the delight that is the S’mores Marshmallow.

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Ingredients

Regarding the marshmallows

  • 12 pound sugar
  • 1 quart of corn syrup
  • 1 cup of iced water
  • 3 packets gelatin (3/4 oz)
  • a quarter teaspoon of salt
  • 1 tbsp extract de vanille
  • coating sugar (powdered)

For the salted caramel prepared from scratch

  • 12 cup of sugar
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • a quarter-cup of heavy cream
  • a total of 112 teaspoons of salt

For the chocolate dipping sauce

  • chocolate chips (1 1/2 cup)
  • 2 tblsp coconut oil/vegetable shortening
  • graham cracker crumbs (about 1/4 cup)

Instructions

Get the marshmallows ready.

  1. Using saran wrap, line a 13′′x9′′ baking pan. Powdered sugar should be generously applied. Remove from the equation.
  2. Pour 12 cup water and gelatin into the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with a whisk attachment. Allow gelatin to “bloom” for at least 5 minutes after mixing.
  3. In a medium saucepan, combine the sugar, corn syrup, salt, and the remaining 12 cup water. Glue a candy thermometer to the bowl’s side. Stir constantly over medium heat with a heat-safe spatula. Increase the heat to high and cook, stirring occasionally, until the mixture reaches 240°F, approximately 8 minutes. Allow the mixture to boil for 8 minutes if you don’t have a candy thermometer. Remove from the heat as soon as possible.
  4. Slowly pour the sugar mixture into the basin containing the gelatin mixture using the standing mixer on low speed. Increase the speed to high and whisk the mixture for about 15 minutes, or until it becomes extremely thick and firm. In the final minute of whipping, add the vanilla extract.
  5. Pour the batter into the baking pan and level the top with a spatula. To expel any air bubbles in the mixture, tap the pan on a counter. Allow to cool for at least 4 hours after dusting with powdered sugar.

Make your own salted caramel.

  1. Heat the sugar in a medium saucepan over medium heat for approximately 5 minutes. Stir the sugar with a spatula from time to time to ensure it reaches the bottom of the pan. The sugar will be lumpy at first, but it will quickly melt and develop a brownish tint. Stir occasionally, just enough to keep everything cooking evenly.
  2. The sugar should be completely melted after 5 minutes. Remove from heat as soon as the color becomes amber and mix in the butter. The mixture will erupt in a flurry of bubbles. You’re doing everything correctly.
  3. Stir the butter and sugar together with your spatula until they are totally melted. This might take up to two minutes.
  4. Pour in the heavy cream and season with salt. Stir everything together with your spatula until it’s all blended. Return to the burner for another 30 seconds, stirring constantly. Remove from the heat and set aside to cool.

Prepare the mallows.

  1. When everything is cold and ready, sprinkle powdered sugar generously on a work surface and arrange the marshmallow on top. Powdered sugar should be rubbed all over the marshmallow. Cut the block into 3′′x3′′ squares (you’ll have a 1′′ strip to nibble on!). To coat each square, rub it with the powdered sugar. Place marshmallows on a cookie rack lined with parchment paper.
  2. Fill each marshmallow with a generous spoonful of salted caramel, leaving a tiny border around the sides.
  3. In a small microwave-safe basin, melt the chocolate and oil in 20-30 second intervals, stirring after each. Dip the salted caramel side of each marshmallow into the melted chocolate first (believe me!) before dipping the other sides. Remove any extra chocolate with a shake and place back on the cookie rack. Allow 3 minutes to cool before dusting with graham cracker crumbs. Allow for full hardening of the chocolate before serving.

 

 

The “jet puffed s’mores marshmallows” are a type of marshmallow that is shaped to look like a jet. They are perfect for making s’mores.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it called a Smore?

A: The name Smore is a portmanteau of the words smoke and more, so its literally just another type of more.

How many marshmallows are in a s more?

A: There are 5 marshmallows in a more.

How unhealthy is a Smore?

A: A Smore is a popular food item consisting of two chocolate bars with marshmallow sandwiched between them. It can be found in most grocery stores and it has been shown to have high sugar content, which could lead to weight gain if consumed too often.

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