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What grilling menu wouldn’t be complete without dessert. I mean after all if you are going to outside grilling meat, sides, and appetizer then you might as well do desert as well. What better classic outdoor dessert than some s’mores.. Oh yea!!! We have one of those firepit things, but left it outside in all the rain and elements and it wound up rusting through. So since I already had the grill fired up from cooking everything else on Memorial Day I came up with a way to do S’mores on the grill but kicked up a notch!! How about some peanut butter and banana to make “The Elvis” Grilled S’mores Party.
You will need some foil. Tear off a few sheets depending upon how many guests you have or family that will want a s’more. You can get probably two per foil piece.
Gather all of your ingredients:
Honey Maid Graham Cracker Squares. I love that these are already the size you need because let’s face it who hasn’t tried breaking the bigger ones and come out with mismatched sizes. Hershey’s chocolate bars in the 6 pack at Walmart are perfect. Jet Puffed square marshmallows are my new best friend. The fit so well on the graham cracker squares and for everyone to make their own little bundle to put on the grill. I also had some sliced bananas and peanut butter.
Grab a piece of foil and lay a graham cracker square in the middle.
Spread a small amount of peanut butter on the cracker. Top with a couple of slices of banana, 3 small pieces of chocolate, and one marshmallow square.
Place the foil packet directly on the grill or even on the upper grill if you have one to create an oven like atmosphere.
After about 5 minutes or so the marshmallow expands as it heats up as well as the chocolate gets all melty. Since we have one of the infrared grills there is no direct fire to “toast” the marshmallow, but it is still just as divine if not better to have one that is warm and mushy.
You will probably want to eat it with a fork since the chocolate and peanut butter will be melted and messy or not if you want to go back to your childhood days of being sticky and gooey.
You can customize these little packets with just about any fruit or nut butter or go the classic route with cracker, chocolate, and marshmallow.
So how do you like to customize your S’more? Or would you rather just have a classic? Have you ever made your S’mores on the grill?