Levi loves marshmallows. He likes them in his pancakes, his oatmeal, by themselves in a big blue bowl, and roasted over the flame with a big hunk of bittersweet chocolate and a graham cracker. Marshmallows are his vice.
3 tablespoons + 1 1/2 tsp. unflavored gelatin
3 cups sugar
1 1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/4 tsp. salt
2 tsp. pure vanilla extract
sifted powdered sugar
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These look like the ultimate s’mores. Homemade marshmallows and crackers with dark chocolate–sounds like heaven!
oh my goodieness!!! These are my favorites and of course the kids are delicious too!
ooooh! I love the picture you took of marchmallows placed between graham crackers dibbled with chocolate…. looks soooo yummy!!
I can’t wait to make the homemade marshmallows. I’ve always wanted to try them, but never have. Now I have a great reason! Love the pictures of the boys!
Can’t wait to make the homemade marshmallows! Yum….
I am going to have to try this. What a great idea for a hostess gift. So sweet! Thanks for sharing
I’m wondering if I can pretend I never saw this recipe so I can never add MARSHMALLOW to my long list of vices…(Un)fortunately, you make this seem so easy, I might even get up the nerve to bake this delicious treat. Clearly, getting a hankering for sweets is one of my many vices.
Wow – this is impressive! What a fantastic treat!
Love this happy post! These homemade marshmallows & graham crackers look so awesome, I can see why Levi loves them so 🙂 xxoo
I have a confession, I sort of grew out of s’mores years ago, but I am absolutely crazy over homemade marshmallows. So good!!
Here we eat marshmallos too !!I’ll try yours.: )
Wow, these look amazing. I’m in India for two years and am happy to have a found a possibility of making a taste of home (America)! If I don’t have access to corn syrup (I’m in India), do you have a suggestion for an alternative?
Hi Gina – wow, India! That is on my destination “wish list”! If you can find golden syrup, you will get almost the same results. If you do try them using golden syrup, please let me know how they come out!
Greetings from Malaysia!Thank you for sharing this! I only knew of s’more and came to appreciate it when I was an undergrad in Minnesota. (I’m back home now.)I remember the first time I had s’more was at a bonfire in the fall of 2008. What a sweet chapter of my life! It was a gooey, sticky and yet sweet experience! But then, I think I was taught to sandwich milk choc instead of bittersweet choc for s’more. Do you have a “rule” for that as to what constitutes an authentic s’more?Oh, there was also once back in winter last year. Imagine a bunch of college students toasting marshmallows and making s’more on -30ish night in northern Minnesota. Man, what an experience! LOL! Yea, s’more even brings back so much lovely memory for a non-American! ;)I doubt I’ll introduce s’more to my folks here though. Sadly, the people here have a lower tolerance level for sugary foods. In other words, they’re more of savory people, not quite a sweet tooth. But then, what the heck! I don’t mind s’more anytime because of my super huge sweet tooth! S’more is welcome in the hot and humid Malaysia!BTW, thank you for visiting my blog. I love yours, your food photography and your words. Will definitely be back for more. I miss America so much!Have a gorgeous weekend!P.S. Even for cinnabons, not everyone here appreciates the bread. They think the cinnamon taste is too much for them. That’s where cultural differences come in. I bet there are certain things in life that are acquired. =)
I must say, those are the best looking s’mores I’ve ever seen. Haven’t had one in years, but now I really miss them! (Wish I had mine as a kid with homemade graham crackers and marshmallows!) Your friends are very lucky to receive these as gifts!
Where is the recipe for Homemade Graham Crackers????????