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Samoas Inspired Ghirardelli S’mores

#Samoas Inspired #Ghirardelli S'mores from www.somethingswan... | Simple and gourmet all in one perfect classic #smore .

Remember how I did a re-cap of all my 2012 Girl Scout Inspired recipes last week? Part of the reason I did that was because I was considering skipping out on the Girl Scout Cookies craze this year. Don’t ask. I don’t know what I was thinking.

Anyway. Ever since I posted that round-up, I’ve been thinking about Samoas NON-STOP. And I have about another 20 Samoas inspired recipe ideas scribbled all over post-its inside my new planner (oh yeah, PS- I’m being more organized now). So be expecting those in the coming weeks– I get so manic over certain flavors for a while. And, seriously, what dessert shouldn’t be turned into a toasted coconut, chocolate, caramel delight anyway??

My cousin (and college BFF) put together a S’mores bar for my brother’s wedding reception in November, and it was absolutely darling. She had found about a bazillion S’mores ideas and created a gourmet S’mores buffet. I’m absolutely nuts over S’mores (check out my S’mores board here!), so I was smitten over the display.

I was particularly struck by the “Samoas” S’more and promised myself to get it up on the blog! It’s made up of toasted coconut marshmallows, Ghirardelli Caramel Filled Squares, and graham crackers.

And it is out. of. this. world.

#Samoas Inspired #Ghirardelli S'mores from www.somethingswan... | Simple and gourmet all in one perfect classic #smore .

Samoas Inspired Ghirardelli S’mores

Ingredients

  • 2 graham cracker squares
  • 1 Ghirardelli Caramel Filled Square
  • 1 Jet-Puff Toasted Coconut Marshmallow

Instructions

  1. You can either toast the marshmallow over a gas burner or camp fire, or simply microwave your s'more for about 10 seconds. I actually found that I preferred the microwave method, since it melts the chocolate a little bit. And you don't really achieve that much crispiness from toasting when using the coconut marshmallows. Serves 1.
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Ashton Swank

Ashton is the owner and author of Something Swanky. Although first and foremost a wife and mother, she considers herself an online entrepreneur, freelance writer and photographer, and brand ambassador. Her focus is in food styling, food photography and recipe development.

14 comments on “Samoas Inspired Ghirardelli S’mores”

  1. ok so i’ve had peanut butter s’mores before but NEVER caramel s’mores Ashton!!! What have I been doing all my life?! Obvi missing out! I am obsessed. I NEED to make these when we go camping again OR in my microwave. :)

  2. PS: forgot to mention the toasted marshmallow. holy heck. i’ve actually never tried those!!!

  3. These look AMAZING! I’ve got to make them ASAP!!!

  4. What the what?? S’mores are pretty much my favorite thing ever! Love this!

  5. This is such a genius recipe Ashton! 1. I love the portion control. 2. Samoas! Yes! I need to get on the GS cookie train. :)

  6. these are literally calling my name!!! I love the idea of using the Ghirardelli chocolate!

  7. I’ve seen those Coconut marshmallows but never bought them. My kids are going to flip out over s’mores this summer when we camp!! LOVE the caramel.

  8. Oh me oh my. A trip to the store is in order.

  9. Normally, I’m sort of ‘meh’ about s’mores unless I can cook it over the fire with my own two hands, but I’m pretty sure I’d make an exception for these!

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