Smore’s with a Twist


This past weekend the kids and I escaped with my mom for a little weekend get away.  My mom and I both being addicted to Pinterest had some new recipes we wanted to try out.  I had seen grilled Angel Food cake on Pinterest and was very interested, but not wanting to be a complete copy cat we took the grilled angel food cake up a notch, and did an interesting twist on Smore’s.  Let me just say they were a hit and we will definitely be making them again.

To begin gather together Angel Food Cake, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Marshmellows.

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We only had miniature marshmallows and miniature peanut butter cups so we improvised.  I have no doubt you could use full size of each and be fine.

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Put the Angel Food Cake pieces under the broiler of the oven and toast both sides.  You could also through the slices on the grill and toast them that way.

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After toasting I cut the slices in half to make our Smore’s a more manageable size for Cooper but you could leave them whole.  Put the marshmallows on one side and the peanut butter cups on the other side. 

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Place back under the broiler until the marshmallows are toasted and the chocolate is beginning to melt.  If you are doing this on the grill just grill your marshmallows while toasting your angel food cake.

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Remove from oven and make your Smore by butting the two sides together.

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Now you are ready to enjoy.  Just keep plenty of napkins handy because in the true spirit of Smore’s they are really messy.

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I highly recommend working these Smore’s into your meal plan for this week.

Anne

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2 Responses to Smore’s with a Twist

  1. Jayme Thiessen says:

    Those look so yummy! I’m impressed that you have time to do your blogging and take care of two young ones. Hats off to you! Can’t wait to see your new little one!
    ~Jayme

  2. Jayna says:

    Looks like a gooy mess, but good

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