These s’mores roll-ups are easy, quick and best yet – there's no campfire required!
Many people love to camp. I do not. But I could always be bribed to go when I was a kid if I could see graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows peeking out of the grocery bags. S’mores…they say summer to me.
This Golden Grahams S’mores Roll-Up
is the perfect way to make s’mores more portable or, better yet, to bring the best part of camping to you without actually going camping.
I added hazelnut spread, but the original idea from The Kitchen Cookie
used peanut butter – so feel free to substitute.
First, line a 10½ x 15½” baking sheet with parchment paper (makes for easier rolling and removal) and spray with baking spray.
Melt butter in a 6-quart pot and add the marshmallows.
Melt the marshmallows and butter completely over low heat, stirring constantly to prevent scorching, and leaving a few marshmallows more whole to give the s'mores look.
Open up the Golden Grahams box (you’ll use the whole thing).
Add the Golden Grahams cereal to the marshmallow mixture. Mix well and spread into the prepared pan.
You can use a spatula sprayed with non-stick cooking spray to press the cereal and marshmallow into the pan. Be careful – the mixture is hot.
In a microwave-safe bowl, combine chocolate chips and hazelnut spread.
Microwave at 1 minute intervals (stirring after each) until completely chips are melted and mixture is smooth. Spread on top of Golden Grahams base.
Let set in a cool place till chocolate mixture sets up. Be careful not to let the chocolate get too hard or it will not roll easily.
Lift the parchment paper and start rolling from the long side. Use the parchment paper to keep it rolling as you go along.
Put roll in the fridge for a few minutes to help it set up. Cut into individual rounds with a sharp, serrated knife.
Now they're ready to pack in individual Ziploc bags for that camping trip, hike or picnic!Peabody loves ice hockey (she plays!) and all things baking! Check out her great stuff at her blog site Culinary Concoctions by Peabody and her Tablespoon profile.