Chocolate croissants are good. S’more croissants are way better. 1 plain croissant Dark chocolate 1 marshmallow Fresh raspberries to taste Cut croissant lengthwise, making the bottom half thinner than the top half. Arrange the chocolate … Continue reading
A s'mores cookbook! Yes! The first! The only!
Well, it was the only, until some lady ripped off my idea a few years ago. But we don't like to talk about that.
So yeah, this was my first book, published in 2007. It contains 70 totally fabulous s'mores recipes that actually make s'mores worth eating. I'm not just saying this. Adding fruit, cookies, different kinds of chocolate is probably at least four times better than a regular s'more. My s'mores have CHANGED LIVES.
Here's the book jacket spiel:
At last...s'mores that actually live up to their name!
S'mores: Gourmet Treats for Every Occasion is a one-of-a-kind cookbook that offers 70 delicious variations on everyone's favorite campfire classic. Why settle for cold, plain chocolate when you can fold your golden-brown marshmallow over melting caramel kisses, juicy strawberries, or luscious Nutella? You can even use chewy chocolate chip cookies--or peanut butter cups--instead of graham crackers.From brownies to toaster waffles to pumpkin pie, this s'mores cookbook uses sweet treats of every kind to transform the traditional dessert sandwich. You'll also learn how to melt your favorite ingredients to gooey perfection using a fire, barbecue, stovetop, oven, or microwave. Whether you crave cool mint or warm coffee, tangy raspberry or cinnamon-sugar, this cookbook has a recipe that will leave you begging for s'more!
And this book is so stinkin' special that it has its own web site, which has a bunch more pictures that will make you drool (I didn't take them, so I can say that).
Mint lovers, start melting! This mint medley features velvety Andes mints and a crispy mint cookie. 3 to 4 Andes mints 1/2 graham cracker 1 marshmallow 1 crispy mint cookie (Thin Mint, Mint Oreo, Mint … Continue reading