Because of the ridiculous amount of American programmes my children watch, they often ask me if they can have s'mores. I have a vague notion they are something to do with biscuits and melted marshmallows, but can someone tell me how you make them? TIA
There are a couple of ways to make them. The first is the "traditional" and the second is the way WE do it!
For the traditional way, you will need (per s'more) two digestive biscuits, one marshmallow and a chunk of chocolate. You basically toast the marshmallow on your campfire, then sandwich it, together with the piece of chocolate, between the two biscuits.
We found it a bit fiddly to balance the chocolate on a biscuit, and the marshmallow on its stick, plus the other biscuit, so we came up with using chocolatedigestives instead of the plain ones.
In the US, they call digestive biscuits "graham crackers".
If you don't have time or space for a fire, you could use a tealight or candle... but not a scented one!
nope i'm in scotland. had them when i worked there and on hols.
graham crackers are just a sweet crackery/biscuit thing. I honestly can't think of an alternative to what we have here.
Some of the wafers you get for ice cream can be quite sweet - i'm thinking of the triangle shaped ones - can't remember what they are called. There is bound to be some alternative I've just never looked for them here.