One of the things I've been meaning to buy is a S'more Maker Set just because I love S'mores! I actually purchased one a few months ago and this was the first time we've used it. The traditional s'more is made with toasted marshmallow, graham crackers and pieces of chocolate ( I prefer Hershey's milk chocolate bar). I grew up not knowing about the existence of this yummy treat because it's more popular in the United States but eversince I got a taste of this gooey piece of heaven, I got hooked! I already lost count how many times I posted about s'mores. I've introduced my nieces to S'mores a few years back and they all loved it! So recently, the kids had fun making melting snowman s'mores and to add more fun, I turned it into a mini competition. Whoever makes the cutest melting snowman s'more wins a prize! I saw the idea of making melting snowman s'mores online but the blog is private so I can't link it. Sis, my cousin and my Aunt judged the kids' creations. I let the judges out of the room while the kids were creating their masterpieces so they won't be biased.
Ingredients ( other candies used are not in the picture)
Hershey's Smore Maker Set
I made a few melting snowman s'mores beforehand so the kids had an idea what to make.
Instead of hershey's chocolate bar, the kids used nutella. The alcohol gel lasted for 2 hours.
I made it easy for the kids by preparing everything they needed. I premade the snowman heads adding details using black gourmet writer for the eyes and mouth and orange food color for the nose.
marshmallows and chocolate drink to go with the kids' s'mores
pretzel sticks and assorted candies
They had cold Milo chocolate drink
The kiddos enjoyed putting these together!
they got consolation prizes
The kiddos with one of the judges. See you on our next s'more day!