Who said s’mores is only appropriate for camping or bonfires(or pregnancy cravings)?

These
technicolor s’mores, complete with dip-dyed marshmallows and rainbow
sprinkles, make a delightful and unexpected treat that are equally tasty
and eye-catching. 
Supplies
  • Graham crackers
  • S’mores marshmallows
  • Dipping chocolate
  • Sprinkles
  • Food coloring
  • Bowls – for chocolate, sprinkles, & food coloring
  • Paper towels
  • Parchment paper
  • Cookie sheet
1.
Prepare graham crackers, bowls of food coloring, and a bowl of
sprinkles large enough to dip the chocolate-covered graham crackers
in. (Note: I used only 10-20 drops of food coloring; I didn’t add
anything else. I used neon colors this last time but I think I’ll use
pastel colors next time.)
2.
Lay out a piece of parchment paper(or wax paper). Using a paper towel
folded into fourths, saturate a small area of the towel in the food
coloring. Working quickly, blot the marshmallows front and back(s’mores
marshmallows are rectangular and flat—made especially for s’mores).
Repeat on all the marshmallows and let them dry. (Note: If you don’t
want to have dyed fingers for a couple of days, wear gloves during this
step.)
3.
Lay out a piece of wax or parchment paper, and prepare your dipping
chocolate. Dip the graham cracker in the chocolate half way up. Let the
excess chocolate drip off; rotate the cracker to keep the chocolate
evenly coated. While the chocolate is still wet but not dripping,
quickly dip/press only the top of the cracker in sprinkles. Quickly lay
the graham cracker— sprinkles side up—on the parchment paper to dry. 
4.
After the marshmallows are dry to the touch, place them on a graham
cracker, and assemble them on a cookie sheet. Put the cookie sheet on
the middle rack in a 350* preheated oven. Bake them just long enough
that the marshmallows start to puff up. (Note: Since all ovens vary in
hotness, I just closely watched the marshmallows until they were done. I
didn’t set a timer or anything.) Once the marshmallows are all slightly
puffy, immediately switch the oven from “bake” to “broil.” Toast the
tops
of the marshmallows.
5.
Remove the marshmallow/cracker halves out of the oven, and transfer
them to a cooling rack. Once the marshmallow have cooled just enough,
put on the chocolate/sprinkles-halves
. If desired, put your s’mores in
the fridge to cool for a minute or two, or serve them still warm!
 

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