International s’mores are a twist on an American classic. Everyone will find one unique combination they’ll love!
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After making homemade marshmallows, it’s only natural to think about making s’mores, right? But you know me and my chocolate problem. I just can’t stand to see s’mores being made with waxy H——‘s brand “chocolate” (it’s actually not considered chocolate overseas since it doesn’t contain enough cocoa butter)!
If I have good quality graham crackers and homemade marshmallows (Trader Joe’s also carries marshmallows without questionable chemicals), then good chocolate is easy to find. But then I had another idea! Why not make s’mores with other cookies and chocolate according to the country of choice? Would you believe I made these combinations and could have kept going! Well, just look at what I’ve done.
(Twists on an American Classic)
Original ideas by Christina Conte each serves one person
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Mere Poulard biscuits with dark chocolate (preferably French) and a toasted marshmallow
Dutch S’mores (one of my favorite international s’mores)!
Stroopwafels with a very dark chocolate (Dutch chocolate if you can find it) and a toasted marshmallow ~ Version 1
Dutch Speculaas S’mores
Speculaas Cookies with dark chocolate and a toasted marshmallow ~ Version 2
Belgian International S’mores
And last, but not least, my very favorite ~
British Digestive S’mores
I wanted to make Australian S’mores with Anzac biscuits, and Mexican s’mores with Mexican cookies, however, there are only so many S’mores a girl can eat in one go!
Have you Made Your own International S’mores Combination?
Let me know if you come up with another international s’mores version. I’d love to hear what you come up with. In the meantime, I hope you try one of these treats as they are all deliciously naughty, and very messy! Enjoy!
Another British treat: Bourbon Biscuits
- Two cookies or biscuits (Digestives, French butter cookies, stroopwafels, etc.)
- One or two pieces of chocolate
- One large marshmallow
- Begin by toasting the marshmallow over a campfire.
- Next, place the chocolate on top of one cookie/biscuit.
- Add the marshmallow on top of the chocolate.
- Top with the last cookie/biscuit and enjoy!
Make your own international combinations using other cookies/biscuits and chocolate.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 605Total Fat: 29gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 17gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 551mgCarbohydrates: 80gFiber: 3gSugar: 32gProtein: 8g
Nutrition information is only estimated.
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