This 3-ingredient S’mores Dip is a Great Alternative to the Classic Campfire Treat

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Keally Peck, Editor

With the temperatures getting colder, and the chances of snow and rain rising, fewer and fewer people are wanting to go outside. This includes making food outside, especially at a campfire. So, what happens when somebody wants a delicious s’more, but the weather is against making s’mores on a campfire? This s’more dip is a great alternative to having regular s’mores, made on a campfire or in a microwave.

This s’more dip consists of only three ingredients. The dip consists of a bag of chocolate chips, and 15-20 jumbo marshmallows which will have to be cut in half. A tablespoon of butter should be used as well to grease the baking dish the dip plans to go in, and of course, graham crackers are used for dipping.

The utensils needed are a dish for the dip, a knife to cut the marshmallows into halves, an oven to cook the dip in and oven mitts.

To start off, the oven must be preheated to 450 degrees Fahrenheit with the baking dish inside the oven while it is preheating.

Once the oven is heated, remove the dish and add the butter and swish around the dish to cover and grease it.

All the chocolate chips need to be placed onto the bottom of the dish evenly and topped with the marshmallow halves.

After everything is leveled evenly into the pan, the dish needs to go back into the oven and bake the dip for 5-7 minutes. Make sure to keep an eye on the oven because the marshmallows toast pretty fast, and can be toasted to anyone’s preference.

After the dip is toasted to anyone’s liking, the dip needs to be taken out and needs to sit and be cooled for another 5-8 minutes.

Serving the dip with graham crackers is the best way to go, but be careful as the dip and the dish will be hot.

This dish is one of the most creative dessert pieces which requires very few ingredients, especially since this s’mores dip holds the same ingredients as a regular s’more, but this recipe can also be altered to anyone’s preference when it comes to s’mores, like adding peanut butter chips to the chocolate chip mix if they prefer Reese’s peanut butter cups to s’mores. But overall, this dish is definitely worth a try if there is a need for a taste of a classic campfire treat.