Grilled S’more Sandwiches To Share!

Grilled S’more Sandwiches To Share!

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It’s January, and that means it should be cold here! Instead, it has been more than warm here in Alabama. People are outside going about life like it is a spring day!

I have a confession to make; I have never had a S’more! Every time I tell this, people stop and gasp in disbelief. “Really?” they say. S’mores are mostly served at campsites, so that should explain everything. Our brilliant test kitchen chefs always surprise me, and this time rather than the traditional S’mores, they have developed a Grilled S’more Sandwich that you can make right from the safety and comfort of your kitchen. I think my grandchildren would really love these sandwiches and we could have so much fun making them together.

So, if you are looking for a twist on an old favorite (and not have to sleep on the ground to get one), try this delicious S’mores-inspired recipe!

Grilled S’more Sandwiches
Yields 6
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  1. 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
  2. 12 (1⁄2-inch-thick) slices bread, such as brioche
  3. 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons chocolate-hazelnut spread, such as Nutella
  4. 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons marshmallow crème, such as Marshmallow Fluff
  5. 1 1⁄2 teaspoons kosher salt
  1. Preheat a cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat.
  2. Butter 1 side of each bread slice. On unbuttered side of 1 bread slice, spread 3 tablespoons chocolate-hazelnut spread. On unbuttered side of another bread slice, spread 3 tablespoons marshmallow crème. Press slices together, buttered side out. Repeat with remaining bread, chocolate-hazelnut spread, and marshmallow crème.
  3. Cook until golden brown and chocolate-hazelnut spread and marshmallow crème are melted, 3 minutes per side. Sprinkle each sandwich with 1⁄4 teaspoon salt. Serve warm.
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Comments 12

  1. Phyllis,
    I have never tried them either. They just don’t sound good. Probably because I love all things savory not sweet. But isn’t that what makes the world an interesting place. We’re all different!

  2. Are you saying your idea is camping is a hotel on the edge of town instead of the center, Phyllis?
    I’ve spent many nights camping in years past; but, I can not say we ever made s’mores – even as Camp Fire Girls ( I suspect I’m telling my age). We always just enjoyed the sticky, yummy, half-burned marshmallows! Guess we were just purists!
    At home, a simple treat was marshmallows baked on saltines. No peanut butter; tho’ Daddy did put it on a bit of everything. Ribbon cane & peanut butter on crackers, anyone?

  3. You can also put peanut butter on a saltine cracker then put a half of a marshmallow on top then put a little more peanut butter on the other half to stack them. Put them in the oven on about 350 degrees on a pizza pan for a few minutes until the marshmallow melts.

  4. I have had s’mores by roasting a marshmallow on an open fire but I have also fixed them for my girls using a microwave. You can take a graham cracker and put a marshmallow on it and put it in the microwave for just a few seconds and then top it with a Hershey bar and another cracker. Voila! You can have a s’more in your kitchen. This grilled sandwich looks like a delicious alternative too!

  5. Although this sandwich looks yummy, there’s just no substitute for eating a real s’more by an open campfire (with marshmallow and chocolate running down the little ones’ arms and faces). It’s all about atmosphere and ambience!

  6. Oh how the family loves a good S’more treat!!

    When, in the summer, we gather at “the lake”, one of the first things we stock up on is the s’more fixin’s!!!

    Now, I have a great recipe that is kind of like the cabin treat… but at home in California!!

    Thanks, as always, Phyllis!!

  7. Love all of the ideas that can come my way via your posts and your readers comments. I had not had a s’more until I was well into my fifties and had never been camping. When I married (for the second time) in my late forties I marri d a man that had camped all of his life so ofcourse he expected his bride to camp. I said yes and prepared a nice luncheon. He prepared the back of his pick up truck for me as I had no intentions of sleeping on the ground. I added a futon, startched and ironed Egyptian cotton sheets, duvet, goose down pillows, a good book to read and my favorite magazines to entertain myself. He took one look and just shook his head. We did take off and up into the Colorado mountains we went. When he saw the “luncheon” he decided I wasn’t cut out for camping but I persevered. We ate and made ourselves ready for bed. You do understand there are no bathrooms in the camping area so as soon as my eyes opened bright and early in the morning I announced I had to potty. He said, ok go ahead. I said start the pick up. That was the end of ” our” camping trips.

  8. Good Morning. I have been a s’more lover ever since I first tried them at a 4H meeting in1962 when I was 11 years old. The hostess served them as refreshments and I instantly fell in love with them. And, to make this story even better, we young 4H members were told that we could have as many as we wanted. I could not believe my good fortune. I “only” had three, but my love affair with s’mores began. Since then, I have introduced my children and grandchildren to this treat. Usually we roast marshmallows over a fire at the beach. However, if I’m in a bind, I have been known to roast them over a flame on my stove (don’t try this at home) and I’ve placed marshmallows in the microwave. If I’m out of regular size marshmallows, I’ve used miniature ones. Now that you have given me a new recipe to try, I’m in heaven all over again. Have a good day, everyone!

  9. I will have to try this, is sounds delicious. Like you, I don’t do camping either.
    Thanks for all the great ideas you give us!

  10. Phyllis, that DOES explain everything! This looks delicious, next time my grandchildren are here I’m trying it. This summer we did make smores with them in the back garden….we filled a medium sized clay plant pot with self igniting charcoal briquettes and made smores there, around our little “fire”…. Like you, I’d never had one before, either.

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