27 August 2008

It's Not Over 'Til It's Over

Summer is a favorite season for many people (it's my 2nd), and usually they are sad to see it end. No more sleeping in, going to the beach, staying up late, and making s'mores. Actually, the last one doesn't have to end until you decide that you're sick of it!

Homemade Graham Crackers
with Toasted Coconut Marshmallows



What made me decide to make my own graham crackers? After looking at various recipes, I could tell it was quick, easy, and probably would taste much better than what I could buy. The marshmallows I bought, though.


Line a baking sheet with however many graham crackers you want, top with a marshmallow, and broil until the tops of the marshmallows are browned.


Press the marshmallow down with the back of a spoon.


The graham crackers were amazing. Crisp-sandy, a blended sweetness from the sugar, honey, and molasses, and the whole wheat flour gave it a wonderful nuttiness. I'd definitely make these again.

8 comments:

  1. Your graham crackers DO look amazing - yum!! Oh and as a lover of the autumn season, I'm kind of ready for summer to end (just not for school though, haha).

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  2. Wow, those look so tasty! I've always wanted to make my own graham crackers. I had some store bought ones this morning that were not so good.

    I can't wait to summer to end, I am so ready to get back to school.

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  3. They look delicious. Anything with marshmallows has my vote :-p

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  4. How creative. I m just looking at your last psots. I wish I had the stamina, knees andenergy to run as you do. I have no valid excuse to carbo load, but I do.

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  5. Dude, those marshmallows are my FAVORITE!

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  6. holy cow, those look absolutely delicious!!

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  7. what a treat with the homemade graham crackers!! toasted coconut marshmallows?! that's the first time I hear of them, but they sound spectacular!

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  8. I hope you saved me some. Oh...and I don't remember getting any of the cool noodle stuff.

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~Christina

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