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Indoor S'Mores

January/February 2009

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You don't have to sit around a fire to enjoy S'mores. Just be sure to watch them carefully under the broiler—the marshmallows can go from perfectly toasted to charcoal in a hurry.



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8 Reviews for Indoor S'Mores

04/13/2010
Anonymous

I questioned nuking in a plastic bag too. I have stopped putting ANY plastic in the microwave and I even cover things with cheapie paper plates for less splatters. I have, however, used the recipe for omelettes boiled in ziploc bags. My grandkids will love this one! And I'll probably use chocolate syrup.

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01/15/2010
Anonymous

It might be better to microwave it in glass. It would be a great idea but I'm pretty sure that heating plastic bags releases unsafe chemicals into your food. This looks delicious though :)

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01/01/2010
Anonymous

OR, microwave the chocolate in one corner of a ziplock snack bag and snip off the corner to make a mess-free applicator.

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