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Lil Treasures: S'mores by Candlelight

Lil Treasures: S'mores by Candlelight

Winter weather is approaching and when you find yourself rained or snowed in with the kids, make the most of it. A friend of mine came up with an ingenious way to enjoy s'mores and all their deliciousness without a campfire, barbecue or even a fire place.

All you need is a pack of graham crackers, a bag of marshmallows, some chocolate squares, a few water soaked skewers, and a tea light. The soft flame of the small votive candle is a controlled heat that makes warming the marshmallows much safer when small hands are involved. Best of all, it takes just a few minutes to make the gooey treats so you have more time to enjoy them with your lil ones.

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Neural Neural 9 years
Hrm. I don't have soy candles. Guess I'll add that to the list of things to get at Wal-Mart tomorrow. Hmm...I wonder if they would have such things.
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
look so good!
Moms Moms 9 years
Good call PetSugar! Thanks!
Pets Pets 9 years
I looooooooooooooooooooooove s'mores!! Make sure you stock up on soy candles for safe burning!
kikidawn kikidawn 9 years
This is a great idea! Don't have kids, but wants S'mores and don't have a fireplace... I am so going to use candles! Thanks Lil!
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