Winter is a great time for making s’mores, and making s’mores is as fun as it is delicious. Beat the heat of the outdoor fire and try making s’mores with your air fryer instead. Use this simple and tasty s’more recipe from Glamper Life, and enjoy delicious s’mores in a matter of minutes!
What You’ll Need
One benefit of making s’mores is that it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. All you will need are four graham crackers, four marshmallows, and eight squares of chocolate. The recipe calls for Hershey’s chocolate, but you can choose whatever chocolate bar you prefer. Cut the graham crackers in half so you have a total of eight squares. Now you are ready to begin.
Time To Fry
The beauty of air fryers is that they cook quickly. To prevent the light and fluffy nature of the marshmallow from getting too burnt, follow the steps carefully.
- Put the graham cracker squares on the air fryer basket.
- Add two chocolate bar squares on each cracker.
- Put the basket in the air fryer and cook for one minute at 390 f. Remove the basket.
- Put a marshmallow on each cracker and anchor it with the melted chocolate so it stays steady.
- Put the basket back in the air fryer and cook for two minutes at 390 F.
- Remove the crackers carefully from the basket and put them on a plate. Top the graham cracker with the other graham cracker square. Be careful removing them from the basket; they will be hot.
Now your s’mores are complete and you can enjoy them with the whole family. The next time you have a rainy day or don’t want to build a fire to cook with, just remember this incredibly easy and fast recipe, and you can enjoy s’mores in the warmth of your home.
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