How To Make S’mores Without A Campfire

by Amber James
Amber is the Branded Content Editor at LittleThings. She currently resides in Manhattan.

Although s’mores have become a campfire hit, you don’t need to be in the great outdoors to make the delicious snack. There are several ways to successfully melt marshmallows without a fire, all in the comfort of your own kitchen.

In the video below, LittleThings‘ DIY expert Jill Urban explains the easiest way to make those ooey-gooey s’mores we remember making as a kid.

You start by placing eight marshmallows on a lined baking sheet. (You can make more on the next round, but it’s best to start here so the marshmallows have enough space and don’t melt into each other.) You place the sheet in the oven for just a few minutes, keeping an eye on them. When they turn golden brown, they’re ready.

Handle marshmallows carefully because you don’t want all the yummy goodness squishing out. Then, you can individually scoop the sizzling marshmallow off the pan and finish your s’mores with chocolate and graham crackers. Now it’s time to eat and enjoy this delicious treat!

This tip is amazing, so the kids (and the sweet-toothed adults) can get our fill and enjoy toasted marshmallows rain or shine by toasting them under the oven broiler.

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