S’mores Tarts

Buttery graham cracker crust, creamy chocolate filling, and a dollop of marshmallow meringue come together to give these s’mores tarts an elegant twist on a campfire classic.

Two white plates with black rims topped with mini s'mores tarts on a marble counter.

If you haven’t gathered from all my stories, I was a weird child.  There were so many “kid” foods I deemed completely awful including both hotdogs and those Lofthouse sugar cookies from the grocery store bakery.  Then there was the list of normal kid foods that I tolerated.  This is where Fruit by the Foot and Velveeta lived.  Oh, and also S’mores.  I know. I WAS SO WEIRD.  As much as I loved the idea of s’mores, I wasn’t a huge fan of the actual thing itself.  Roasting marshmallows over the campfire was a source of entertainment rather than a culinary experience.  I usually ate one out of pity to the marshmallows, but the rest were either gifted or scraped onto a rock for the ants to enjoy.  Then, I would make a sandwich out of graham crackers and chocolate and let it get melty by the fire.  That was where I thrived.

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