S’mores Toas-Tites Please   1 comment

On a cool, summer evening there is nothing better than sitting around a campfire and making S’mores.  Unfortunately, we live in homes, townhouses or apartments and campfires are frowned upon.

But wait!  No problem.    You can make S’mores in your kitchen.

S’mores Toas-Tite Treats

Remember to spray the insides of your Toas-Tite grill with cooking spray before cooking.      (See Toas-Tite 101 for more information.)


Chocolate of your choice.  There’s a variety of Nestle’ chocolate chips such as white,  semi-sweet, or milk chocolate.  They come in all shapes and sizes.  Another choice could be the chocolate candy bar.  Have any Nutella around?

Marshmallows of your choice – large or mini or maybe some marshmallow Fluff?

Cinnamon bread – Cinnabon bread, with cinnamon bursts, is great.  It has no raisins.  Pepperidge Farms also make a cinnamon bread with out raisins; however, you may have to roll it out a little to get that good Toas-Tite seal on your sandwich.

A S’mores Toas-Tite is one of my personal favorites.  That’s because it is so personal.  I choose the chocolate.  My favorite is to use one of the Toll House chocolate chips.  They have so many varieties to choose from.  You can use chocolate chips or the traditional Hershey bar.  It’s up to you.

I also like the mini-marshmallows.  However, large marshmallows or fluff are great too.

Because I have not found a Graham cracker bread, I chose to use cinnamon bread.  Cinnabon makes a great cinnamon bread without the raisins.  It makes this treat absolutely awesome.

If anyone can offer a different type of bread I’d like to hear about it.

In the meantime…enjoy that S’mores Toas-Tite treat.

Cinnamon bread makes an awesome shell.                                                                          Yummy!



One response to “S’mores Toas-Tites Please

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  1. Dear Maybe,
    Nice looking Blog.
    Keep up the good work, I’m sure their are lots of people who would love to try new Toas-Tite recipes.

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