Camp Classic Play | Oven Roasted Smores

by , posted on July 10th, 2013 in Camp Classic Play!




Pepperidge Farm Goldfish is the official snack of Camp Classic Play. Check out all of their delicious varieties, including new French Toast Goldfish Grahams and S’mores Goldfish Grahams—perfect treats for summer camp-outs. Visit GoldfishSmiles.com for more ideas on creating family smiles all season long.

make smores in the oven

For me, camp = roasty, toasty, ooey, gooey s’mores. They are one of my all-time favorite treats. My kids go nuts for them too. We don’t have a real camp fire here at the house, but we didn’t let a little thing like that stop us. P’shaw. Instead, we turned to the oven. Here’s how your kids can make s’mores at home too…

You’ll Need:

ingredients

Step 1
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line a baking pan with parchment paper.

Step 2
Stack your s’mores: graham cracker, chocolate, marshmallow*, graham cracker.
*If you’re feeling bold, go for two! We won’t judge.

how to make s'mores in the oven

Step 3
Place in oven for about 4 minutes until the marshmallow starts to turn golden brown.

Step 4
Let cool a bit, then devour.

Want more ways to earn the cooking badge? Check out these links:
Watermelon Popsicles
Easy Green Smoothies
Chocolate Chip Pie
Popovers
Peppermint Lemonade
Make Your Own Ice Cream

What’s Camp Classic Play? It’s a week long stay-at-home summer camp where kids can earn badges in five areas: arts + crafts, games + athletics, science + nature, cooking, and gardening. Share your camp experience by using #campclassicplay


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6 Responses to “Camp Classic Play | Oven Roasted Smores”

  1. Caroline Says:

    July 10th, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    We are a s,mores family so I LOVE this idea!

    Also–I LOVE the script and your all doodles here. I know I keep saying that but they just add so much personality. And Joyce’s artwork is SO cool. Such a good combo!

    Jennifer Cooper Reply:

    Thanks Caroline! Joyce’s work is seriously cool. I love everything she does!

  2. Jill V. Says:

    July 10th, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    Seriously???!!! I would have never thought to put them in the oven!

    Genius!!!!

  3. Andrea :: Crafting Connections Says:

    July 10th, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    Growing up we would roast the marshmallow over the open flame of our gas stovetop…probably not the safest idea, this one is much better (and it means that the chocolate will be all melty and delicious). I should probably try this out tomorrow – you know – just to make sure it works ;)

    Jennifer Cooper Reply:

    You should several times, you know, just for total verification ;)

  4. The Light of Childhood : : A creative round-up » Crafting Connections Says:

    July 31st, 2013 at 11:41 pm

    [...] When things are all hustle bustle, sometimes it helps to remember, as an adult, what it was like to be a kid. I’m not sure if anything transports you back to childhood faster than s’mores! [...]


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