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Grilled Banana S’mores

Do you like s’mores? I love ’em! You can’t beat sitting by a nice warm fire when the air gets just a little bit crisper. There’s something about s’mores and fires too. They just go so well together, it’s a match made in heaven!

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Guess what? You’re in luck! I found a fab recipe by Candice Kumai: Grilled Banana S’mores.

Feel like a lil’ kid again by getting your hands all messy and dig in to your next to-die-for obsession. This is a delicious and incredible treat for all to love! It’s so simple kids can make these on their own and for the total adult version skip the marshmallow and just include banana only! Absolutely-FAB.

Ingredients

  • 6-  2-3 inch squares of dark or milk chocolate, I prefer dark, like Pure Dark chocolate!
  • 6  graham crackers, halved, made into lil smore sandwiches
  • 2 ripe bananas, cut into thin slices, but thick enough for a skewer—not too ripe, but not too tough, firm enough to skewer and stay intact
  • 1 bag of large marshmallows

1-  On a metal skewer, skew up the bananas or the marshies, which ever you prefer.

2- Grill for a few minutes, on a grill @ medium to low heat,  allowing the mallows to melt on one side, then flip! (You can also use a grill pan if you don’t have a grill.)

3- Place 1 square of dark or milk chocolate, (I prefer dark 60% cacao or above chocolate, always) onto each graham cracker half. Place the grahams with chocolate on a clean part of the grill and allow the chocolate to melt! When the bananas and the marshmallows are off the heat, place onto the other clean graham cracker half..

4- Top with the chocolate melted graham cracker half, press into gooey-deliciousness and make those TDF smore sandwiches! For extra gooey-ness, place the s’more directly on the grill after making it into a sandwich, and melt the chocolate a touch more.

A super inexpensive treat, fun, classic and works well at all BBQs, camping + Parties like on the 4th or Labor Day!

Files taken from CandiceKumai.com

  • Grilling banana and adding to S’Mores? Genius! What a great idea, totally trying these this summer at the cottage!

    • They’re really good, let me know what you think of them!