Smores

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  recipe and styling by Sydney food stylist Jane Collins

I am not really a camper girl, more glamping! But I do love to cook out side and enjoy easy simple food. Sometimes when all the hard work has been done for you its nice to sit back and relax and enjoy a simple morsel. These easy s’mores are just that. Two ingredients and only 2 steps. Indulge.

These  was a shots were  taken at a pony rider shoot day for their new collection, jump over and admire all the stunningly beautiful blankets, rugs, towels and  throws that are on the site. With Sarah Harrison  from our young hearts catching  the mood with  these snaps.

Home made S’mores

Makes 12

 

Prep time – 5 minutes

Cooking time -5 minutes

 

 

200g   Chocolate coated wheaten biscuits or plain digestive biscuits .

12 large  vanilla roasting marshmallows

6-12 long sticks or long handed forks to toast

Extra chocolate pieces if needed.

 

1 Find a tin that fits the biscuits and the marshmallows. Package up the biscuits and marshmallows in separate tins or containers. Add extra chocolate pieces if desired or if using plain digestive biscuits.

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To make the S’mores – Place mallow onto the end of sticks and toast over an open fire till charred and slightly melted.

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Place one biscuit onto a work surface and place the toasted warm marshmallow. Release from the fork and stick onto the biscuit. Top with another biscuit and squeeze together.

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If you can’t find chocolate  coated biscuits , simply use a sweet plain  biscuit , and add a few shaves of  dark chocolate on top of the mallow , so it melts- and top with another biscuit .

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