Classing Up A Campfire Classic

Fair Warning: This dish can be messy when eating.  It’s gooey, but so good.  If you want your house to be a sticky mess, serve it to kids, but don’t say I didn’t warn you if they leave a sticky mess behind!

S’more Crepes!

 

 

 

Who doesn’t love S’Mores?  They’re something almost everyone enjoyed as a kid, but we (or at least I) rarely enjoy as an adult.
When I saw the opportunity to modify a recipe and create these, I knew I’d love them.

 

Ingredients

  • Butter
  • Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Nutella
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Crumbled Graham Crackers

Instructions

  • Add butter to a frying pan or skillet and let melt (about a Tablespoon for 4 crepes should be good)
  • Cover one side of a tortilla with the nutella and put in the pan face up

Keep a Space around the Edge...

Add a layer of Mini marshmallows on one half of the tortilla, again leave space at the edge

Make sure they don't overlap!

After that, fold over the crepe and press down to seal it

Almost Done!

 

Slide the Crepe onto a cutting board, and let it cool. (Watch out, those marshmallows are sticky and can hurt!)

Then cut into pieces. I’ve found it’s easiest to cut from the curved part down to the straight edge, so the spilling doesn’t fill out.

Once you have it in halves, dip the exposed parts in the crushed graham crackers.

Get plenty of graham cracker crumbs for that extra crunch!

 

Enjoy!

Again they’re pretty messy, so have a napkin handy!

 

Sidenote:  Nutella has hazelnuts and milk, so be aware if you have allergies!

 

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    About Bec

    I'm a gal who believes "Food is the Most Primitive form of Comfort" Have plenty of dishes to serve up, but one thing's for sure, I'm always
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    One Response to Classing Up A Campfire Classic

    1. Savannah B says:

      Um, YES PLEASE! This is a great idea! I’ll just have to start the kids’ bathwater running before we chow down!

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