A Smores Keyboard

Smores Keyboard

A Smores Keyboard

S’mores lovers can’t help but love this – a keyboard that looks as if it was made with Smores ingredients of chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers!

Smores Keyboard

Original source unknown – please post if you know where this originated from as we’d love to give credit where credit is due!

Did you know?

The first printed S’mores recipe appeared in 1927 in the Girl Scout handbook called, Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts. Folklore tells us the name “S’mores” came about because everyone who tasted one asked for “some more.”

Chocolate was once a luxury item for the wealthy, but thanks to Milton Hershey it became an affordable indulgence for all.

Source: Hersheys.com

Microwave Smores Recipe

  1. On a small saucer, place half a milk chocolate bar on top of one-half of a graham cracker. Add one large marshmallow.
  2. Cook in your microwave on medium for about 10 to 15 seconds or until marshmallows puff and grow.
  3. Remove the plate from the microwave, top with the other graham half and gently press down on the gooey marshmallow.
  4. Let cool a bit before eating. Have a napkin ready – these are deliciously messy!

Super Summertime Smores: Use fudge striped cookies and slide a roasted marshmallow onto the bottom of one cookie and top it with another cookie.

Love Smores? You may also like…

  • Cranberry S’mores – These cranberry smores make a sweet and gooey treat for kids of all ages.
  • Cherry S’Mores – A fun taste sensation to an old standby because cherries are among the list of fruits containing the highest levels of disease fighting antioxidants.
  • S’Amour Brownies – Made similar to smores with cocoa powder , marshmallows and graham crackers in a chewy brownie version.

Author: Jeni

Certified by the Professional School of Fitness and Nutrition in March, 1995; honored for exemplary grades. Practicing fitness and nutrition for over 20 years. Featured in the Feb. 1994 issue of "Shape" magazine. Featured in Collage in the spring issue of 1995 Low fat recipe's published in Taste of Home, Quick Cooking, and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, among others. September, 2001: Featured in "Winning The War on Cholesterol" By Rodale Publishing

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