Smores: Fun Twist On A Classic Childhood Favorite
(NAPS)—Whether the weather has shut down your camping trip or backyard barbecue, you’re taking a staycation this year or you just want a dessert with a difference one night, you and your family may adore this version of a classic treat that’s easy to make, delightful to eat and may well have everyone asking for, well, s’more.
Banana Chocolate S’mores
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
- 24 Crunchmaster™ Multi-Seed Crackers Original
- 12 squares milk chocolate (about 3 g each)
- 12 slices banana
- 6 marshmallows, halved crosswise
Preheat oven to 375° F. Place 12 crackers on baking sheet. Top with chocolate, banana and marshmallows. Bake for 3 to 5 minutes or until chocolate is melted and marshmallows are puffed and golden brown. Top with remaining crackers, pressing down slightly. Serve warm.
• Substitute dark chocolate for milk chocolate if desired.
• You can also substitute miniature marshmallows for regular marshmallows.
Per 1 s’more: Calories 60, Fat 1.5g, Saturated Fat 0.5g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 20mg, Carbohydrate 10g, Fiber 1g, Sugars 5g, Protein 1g.
Many families consider these treats even more enjoyable because they’re made with Crunchmaster crackers created from whole grains, seeds, and that’s about it. The company uses such wholesome ingredients as brown rice, quinoa, flax, corn, amaranth, millet, sunflower and chickpea from trusted sources to create simply delicious snacks made to meet healthy lifestyles. They’re certified gluten-free and kosher, with no artificial colors or flavors. What a lot of people like about these crackers, in addition to the taste, is that they’re also non-GMO Project Verified, 100 percent whole grain, low in sugar, and free of saturated and trans fats.
For other recipes, coupons and facts on wholesome crackers, go to www.crunchmaster.com. To find nearby stores that carry your favorites, use the store locator at that site.
Gluten-free s’mores made with Crunchmaster™ crackers can bring back happy memories.
Top 5 Favorite Nostalgic Cookbooks
Want to try out some favorite childhood recipes all year round? Below are the editor’s top 5 favorite books for nostalgic cooking creations. There’s never a better time to learn how to create these favorites from scratch!
- Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk
- Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cook Book
- Southern Heirloom Cooking: 200 Treasured Feel-Good Recipes
- The Great American Bake Sale
- Little Old Ladies Recipes: Comfort Food and Kitchen Table Wisdom