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If you can’t tell yet, I LOVE raspberries. I actually love any type of berries, so whenever I can incorporate it into a recipe, it’s heaven! I saw on MyRecipes.com, someone had put raspberries into their s’mores and I thought that was a fantastic idea. I also had some extra wood that I needed to get rid of before my big cross-country move. So what better way to get rid of it, by inviting some friends over for a nice fire and some raspberry s’mores! Keep reading for this delicious, yet incredibly simple recipe!


Total Time: 5 minutes                                         Cook Time: 1 minute

1 package of Graham Crackers

1 bar of Ghirardelli Semi-Sweet Chocolate Baking Bar

1 bag of Marshmallows

1 basket of raspberries

(1) Break the graham cracker in half. Place one square from the Ghirardelli bar on one side of the Graham cracker. I like using Ghirardelli squares instead of the classic Hershey bars, because it has a richer taste. Also, it makes my s’mores taste so gourmet! =)

(2) Since I had a fire, I just heated up my marshmallow in the fire. If you don’t have a fireplace, or don’t want to start a fire, you can easily get the tasty cooked marshmallow flavor from your oven. Turn your oven onto the broiler setting. Divide a marshmallow into two pieces and place it on one of the halves of the graham cracker. Place the graham cracker on a baking sheet or a piece of aluminum foil. Put this combination in the oven for a minute or less. One minute will make it slightly burnt on top. If you don’t like your marshmallow like this, I would recommend 30 seconds. Just make sure you don’t forget it! The broiler works fast

(3) Assemble until you have a wonderful and delicious combination of graham cracker, chocolate, raspberry and marshmallows. When I used the broiler method, I actually put the side of the graham cracker with the chocolate square in the oven for about 30 seconds. This melted the chocolate a bit and offered a gooey version of the treat.

(4) Enjoy!