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Recipe: Mexican Smores

Combine something old and something new with this twist on the classic smore.

by: Christine and Tim Conners


Total Servings: 1
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Challenge Level: Easy

Required Equipment:
Heavy-duty aluminum foil

Ingredients:
1 (10-inch) flour tortilla
3 tablespoons mini marshmallows
3 tablespoons mini chocolate chips
Optional: Nutella, honey, peanut butter, chopped nuts, chopped Snickers bar, Heath English Toffee Bits

Preparation at Camp:
1. Set tortilla on a sheet of foil.
2. Place all ingredients, including any optional ingredients, on the tortilla and roll like a burrito.
3. Wrap foil securely around tortilla.
4. On a grate over coals, warm the foil packet for about 5 minutes before serving.

Michael Zopes, Thornton, Colorado, Lipsmackin’ Car Campin’

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Liz
Dec 31, 2013

We make these all the time with our Boy Scout Venture Crew! We've always called them S'macos :) .

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Vizadahe
Jun 30, 2013

On my family's last backpacking trip we accidentally left our Graham Crackers at home. The closest thing we had in our food supplies were tortillas for the breakfast burritos in the morning. So we made Smores with tortillas. While they were not great, they served the purpose and provided a source of amusement. When we saw this recipe, our entire family had a laugh!

I recommend trying this at home first!

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