Individual S’more Cups

One of the best things about summer is s’mores. Gooey marshmallow and oozing chocolate on a graham cracker tastes amazing. Unfortunately, where I live there is often a fire ban during the summer, So I don’t get to make s’mores very often. Therefore I have a quick and easy way to make s’mores using an oven! This is one of my favourite quick snacks since I usually have all of the ingredients on hand._IMG_5875I used graham cracker crumbs because I almost always have some for making cheesecake bases (I make a lot of cheesecakes). If you’d like, you can use whole graham crackers instead.

The perfect snack!


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Veronica’s Individual S’more Cups


For each s’more cup:

1 1/2 tsp Butter
1/4 cup Graham Cracker Crumbs
Chocolate (I used milk chocolate)

Note: How much chocolate and marshmallow you use is up to you


Place the butter in a ramekin and put it in an oven set to broil.

Once the butter is melted, stir in the graham cracker crumbs and press into the bottom of the ramekin. Add the chocolate on top, cover the ramekin with tin foil and place it back in the oven until the chocolate is melted. It should take about 5 to 10 minutes for the chocolate to melt, but stir it gently every few minutes.

Remove the tin foil and place some marshmallows on top. If you don’t want as many marshmallows, cut them in half and put them on top so they cover all of the chocolate. Put the ramekin back in the oven until the marshmallow are brown. Keep an eye on it so the marshmallows don’t burn!

Enjoy your delicious s’more cup! ❤

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