Get your bake on: UK S’mores Recipe

I love S’mores.

If you’ve never heard of them, they’re basically an American snack of gooey yumminess¬†which consists of a sweet cracker/biscuit called a Graham cracker (nigh on impossible to find these here in the UK and if you do they’ll cost about ¬£7!), marshmallows and chocolate. In a nutshell, you smack them all together (like a diabetics nightmare) into a sandwich, melt them and then scoff them!

They are perfect for Bonfire night (which is when I made them), New Year, BBQ’s in the summer and camping trips. You can easily make them on a camp fire by wrapping the stacked ingredients in foil, placing them in the still hot embers (or on the grill rack, it’s up to you) and let them melt before stuffing them in your face. This UK version uses good old Digestives in place of the Graham crackers because they are so difficult to source here. Not quite the same but still just as tasty!

Be warned…they’re sweet, not at all healthy, messy and delicious, oh, and have some baby wipes handy for once you’re finished (god, that last comment sounds a bit disgusting now I think about it…let’s swiftly move on shall we).

Here is a video with the recipe!

Enjoy!




An apple a day…

You leave the toddler for one minute to fetch a nappy and you return to find this…

Toyed with it and then destroyed it. Standard.

  




D.O.T Strikes again… (Destroyer of Things)

And this is what happens when you try to decorate your home with nice things, like candles, and you have a toddler in the house…
The green bowl is his snack bowl.
The copper bowl is my candle.

Kids…




Flight delay…

The toddler strikes again…
They do say kids learn best when they play with their food.
If that’s the case, he should be a chuffing genius already…I can safely conclude that he isn’t however.