Photo: Quentin Bacon
Yield
Makes 8 servings

Using the three classic s'more ingredients, this sweet treat is prepared under the broiler and uses cinnamon graham crackers. For an adult-friendly option, use spiced chocolate.

How to Make It

Heat broiler. Break the crackers in half to form squares. Place 8 cracker squares on a baking sheet and top each with a marshmallow. Broil until the marshmallows are puffed and lightly browned, about 1 1/2 minutes. Sandwich with the chocolate pieces and remaining crackers. Serve immediately.

Tip: Add a little zing to the Mexican S'mores for the adults: Substitute spiced chocolate bars (try the version from Vosges or Green & Black's) for the plain milk chocolate.

Ratings & Reviews

nicolecorsi's Review

BJackson08
May 09, 2011
If you are looking for a sweet pick me up treat, this is it. Plus you can make as much or as little as you want. Depending on the position of your oven rack, and how determined your broiler is, there is a good chance that you can burn the marshmallows, so just flipped on the over light and keep an eye on it. No need for more than 2 minutes. One of these smores and a glass of skim milk and I have my chocolate/sweet fix for at least a day or two... okay, maybe just until tomorrow night.

BJackson08's Review

nicolecorsi
May 03, 2011
This was such a disaster!! I did exactly what the directions said and mine burnt so incredibly bad. Next time I will have to turn the oven down quite a bit.

CupcakeQueen's Review

CupcakeQueen
September 11, 2009
I understand why this is considered "Mexican" however, I'm confused about why this is in the "vegetarian" list, since marshmallows contain gelatin, this isn't an actual "vegetarian" recipe.

RamenSupernova's Review

RamenSupernova
April 27, 2009
You guys are ridiculous.. The reason this dish is considered "mexican" is because it uses cinnamon graham crackers with chocolate to simulate mexican spiced chocolate! It has nothing to do with ovens. :p