Food Network host and chef George Duran is brewing up a mad science baking experiment with his delectable Inside-out S'mores. George explains how to break down the classic campfire treat -- a trick that will surely impress a few folks at the next family cookout.
The process begins by taking a large (emphasis on large) marshmallow and toasting the exterior to the perfect caramelized hue. The next step is to hollow out the gooey goodness, creating a pocket where the graham cracker sandwich will be stuffed into. Be very gentle when filling the marshmallow's center to avoid ripping through its delicate exterior. As the marshmallow envelops the chocolate pieces, the heat melts the interior goods into a scrumptious, sugary treat.
Be prepared to bring a few paper towels because these Inside-out S'mores are finger-licking good.
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