I love a good campfire s’mores, especially made with peanut butter cups. But it’s football season so let’s make easy buckeye s’mores worthy of a tailgate!
Not to be confused with my Smore’s Buckeyes (which are stuffed with mini chocolate chips, graham crackers, and coated in chocolate), today I am sharing a non-recipe for buckeye s’mores – smore’s made with buckeye candies as opposed to a bar of chocolate or my favorite, peanut butter cups.
While the weather has been perfect lately for a bonfire with s’mores, if you don’t have the ability to sit around a fire toasting marshmallows, I am sharing a method that uses your broiler instead. The added benefit is that you can make a bunch at once!
Line a cookie sheet with the graham cracker squares, top half with marshmallows and the other half with buckeyes. Place under the broil until desired toasted level has been reached, sandwich together, and enjoy.
But what if you are out tailgating at the game without a fire pit or broiler? You can easily make these s’mores on the grill. Either place the cookie sheet/foil on the grill of you can individually wrap each one in foil and place directly on the grill.
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- 8 graham cracker squares (4 whole rectangles split in half)
- 4 large marshmallows (or 16 mini)
- 4 buckeye candies
- Preheat broiler and line a small cookie sheet with foil.
- Place crackers on the prepared cookie sheet, with the perforated sides facing down. On four crackers place the buckeye candies, and on each of the other four place a marshmallow.
- Place in oven until lightly toasted and the buckeye starts to melt. Watch carefully because the marshmallows will toast very quickly, about 30 seconds to 1 minute. Remove from oven and immediately sandwich together, matching a marshmallow with a buckeye. Serve immediately.