Gaze in wonder and awe at this 'BS in the Kitchen' sandwich. This sweetly gooey sandwich is worthy of both the spotlight and extensive publicity. It is just one of the many unconventional breakfasts that will cross your path. Wave goodbye to french toast with cinnamon sprinkled on the top and welcome a version stuffed with sugar. That's exactly what this sandwich does. It takes the components of a s'more -- graham crackers, marshmallows, dark chocolate -- and places them between two slices of bread.
S'mores, which traditionally stand on their own, are cushioned on either side by carbohydrates in this recipe. For those who usually order the fruit cup or egg whites only at breakfast, this is definitely not the dish for them. Due to the excessive amount of sugar and calories in this sandwich, it's best that it not be served as an everyday breakfast. Most likely, this sandwich will enjoy status as a novelty breakfast and a secret weapon to get the kids to do their chores.
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- By: Erin KirkpatrickMay 8, 2013