S'mores with a French Twist

• 04 August 2011




































Our most recent camping trip inspired this gourmet version of the American treat that leaves everyone wanting some more; hence, the term "s'more". Read about this campfire dessert with a French twist over at the Cafe Zupas blog. Enjoy!

image by Stephanie Brubaker for stephmodo

26 comments:

  1. Those are some of my favorite European cookies!! This is such a fabulous idea.

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  2. oh yummy! I am always up for trying new things with smores, we have been experimenting lately with different flavors of chocolate.

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  3. My mom has been making smores with Lu cookies for the past couple of years and she gets her marshmallows at Trader Joes.

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  4. You did an really good job styling this photo. It looks like a Donna Hay image!

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  5. Thank you for the awesome recommendation! I bought these cookies for our camping trip this weekend and I can't wait to try them.

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  6. What a great idea! I love those little cookies.

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  7. Genius! How beautiful these are. Way to class up something I already adores. Yes I've been known to roast marshmallows over the stove burners for S'mores.

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  8. I can't believe I hadn't thought of this idea before. Perfection! You don't have to worry about the chocolate falling off and the cookies are pretty sturdy.

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  9. Oh, now that's just too brilliant. Too brilliant, I tell you!

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  10. I hope to hear delicious reports back from all of you who try this next time you're around a campfire :)

    Amy, your idea to experiment with different kinds of chocolate is a great one too. Love it!

    Starr, that was the best compliment ever!

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  11. This is one of those things where you say "and why didn't I think of that". LOVE those cookies.

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  12. this is seriously brilliant. i've never thought of that and yet i eat those cookies frequently. wow. brilliant!!!

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  13. I would MUCH rather have my smores that way than with crumbly graham crackers, which break the moment you try to bite them.

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  14. those are my favorite cookies. i can't wait to try this!

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  15. Perfect picture, I want to eat them all, right now!

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  16. Oh my GOODNESS!! I LOVE THESE COOKIES! And never in a million years would I have thought to make s'mores with them! Brilliant. And yes, I agree with Starr, I love Donna Hay's food styling and this looks just as good if not better!

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  17. Yes, YES! And after our tin foil s'more experiment here is my opinion: you roast the marshmallow lightly first then put the s'more in tin foil for the final melting. Tres Bon!

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  18. great idea! no graham crackers in new zealand...so I've been brainstorming our options when camping comes around next summer. I went one WHOLE summer last year without smores...how sad! peace, jennifer

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  19. We tried this on our camping trip this weekend! I did a single cookie, topped with almond butter, topped with a marshmallow. To. Die. For.

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  20. Wow, thank you all for the nice comments...you're making my week!

    xo

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  21. Thanks for the great idea! We made these tonight over a little campfire in our yard and they were delicious. And BabbyMama's right--the cookies are much sturdier than graham crackers!

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  22. This is an amazing idea, not to mention a gorgeous presentation. I was wondering where did you happen to get the lovely white casserole dish with handles? It's soooo cute! Thanks!

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  23. Oh my gosh. Those are some of my favorite cookies!

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  24. Hi Victoria! Here are a few tips where you can find white bakers like this one pictured here.

    http://www.stephmodo.com/2009/11/french-white-bakers.html

    Enjoy! I love them!

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