How to Make the Perfect S’more
The s’more is a camping tradition; a weekend in the woods just wouldn’t be the same without them. Sitting and cracking jokes around the campfire is so much more enjoyable when a person can roast a marshmallow in the flames. A s’more is the perfect blend a chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers blended together. Making this s’more is simple; a person just has to know what they like. Some people prefer their marshmallow lightly toasted, while others like theirs burnt to a crisp; there is no right or wrong when it comes to roasting a marshmallow. Some people might like double crackers, or some people may just want one. Someone with a sweet tooth may want more chocolate than others. There are a variety of ways to make this toasted treat, a person just needs to figure out what they like. No matter the preference, a s’more is still going to be a s’more with a little modification.
To make the traditional s’more, (one without modifications or tweaks) a person has to have the right tools. Start off by purchasing a bag of marshmallows; normal size, not the minis or jumbo’s. Also, the buyer needs to purchase milk chocolate bars, preferably Hershey’s, the snack size, king size, or regular size will all work the same. Lastly, buy a box of original graham crackers. If needed, buy some roasting sticks so that the s’more makers will be able to roast his or her marshmallow. Plates or napkins may also be needed (but not required) to prepare the s’more. After all the supplies are purchased, the s’more will be ready to assemble, almost.
After making it back to the campsite, a fire will need to be started. After the fire is made, the marshmallows are now ready to be roasted. To roast a marshmallow, a person should remove just one out of the already opened bag. Next, he or she should place the marshmallow gently on the pointed end of the roasting stick. After that, the stick should be placed over the fire with the marshmallow on it. While...
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