Even though it's not a good idea to have a campfire--
you can still make S'mores and eat them too!
The recipe calls for marshmallow cream,
but I think whipped cream in a can would be also be good!
www.familyfun.com has a great indoor S'more recipe:
S'mores in a Bag
Brownie Troop 1169 of Scottsboro, Alabama, concocted s'mores in a fire-free (and mess-free) way by using ziplock bags and tinkering a bit with the usual recipe. In addition to being gooey and delicious, this variation on a classic snack comes with a lesson about resourcefulness and ingenuity. "The girls not only had fun, but they also learned that there's often more than one way to do something," says troop leader Martha Avans.
- Graham crackers
- Marshmallow crème
- Chocolate chips
To make one serving, place a graham cracker in a quart-size ziplock bag. Seal it and crush the cracker.
Add 2 heaping spoonfuls of marshmallow crème and
about 1/4 cup of chocolate chips. Reseal, then squeeze and knead the
bag to mix the ingredients together.
To eat, just snip off a corner of the bag and squeeze out the sweet treat.
- To make one serving, place a graham cracker in a quart-size ziplock bag. Seal it and crush the cracker.