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  • Total 10 min
  • Servings 5
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Jazz up your s'mores with pie flavors. MORE + LESS -

Kari Schuster
September 20, 2016

Ingredients

Marshmallows for toasting
Graham crackers

Pecan Pie S'mores

Candied pecans
Brown sugar

Nutella™ Banana Cream Pie S'mores

Nutella™
Bananas

Coconut Banana Cream Pie S’Mores

Coconut pudding
Sweetened shredded coconut
Bananas

French Silk Pie S’mores

Chocolate pudding

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie S’mores

Strawberry rhubarb jam

Steps

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    Sandwich a toasted marshmallow in between two graham crackers with your choice of fillings. Choose from Pecan Pie, Nutella™ Banana Pie, Coconut Banana Cream Pie, French Silk Pie and Strawberry Rhubarb Pie.
 

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More About This Recipe
Today we’re making s’mores.

But since s’mores are boring, we’re going to shake it up a little and do some different flavors.

That was a little joke. S’mores could never be boring.

First off we have...

1. Pecan Pie S’mores

To prep the pecans, you put pecans in a pan on the stove with a handful of brown sugar. Toast them up on medium heat until the sugar melts and then dump them on a sheet of greased parchment paper. Make some extras, they’re good for munching.

Next we have...

2. Nutella Banana Cream Pie

What, you’ve never heard of Nutella pie? Just go with it. It’s gonna be a thing.

Then of course there’s...

3. Coconut Cream Pie

I used instant coconut pudding and threw in some sweetened shredded coconut too.

And another pudding one...

4. French Silk

You can use already made chocolate pudding or make your own. You can’t really go wrong.

And last, but not least...

5. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

I used homemade strawberry rhubarb jelly, but you can use any kind of jelly, jam, or preserve that you feel like.

Now I know it’s summer and the time is perfect for bonfires on starry nights, but if it's too much effort to make a bonfire, you can always make them in the oven. I turn on the broiler and set each marshmallow on a graham cracker and broil them until toasty. Then you can flip them over and get the other side toasted, and it will be just like a real campfire marshmallow!
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