Lemon Meringue Vanilla S’mores

Celebrate S’mores Day with these …

Lemon Meringue Vanilla S'mores

A bag of Lemon Meringue Marshmallows have been in my cupboard just waiting for a reason to be opened.  Today was the day … in honor of S’mores Day, August 10!

These s’mores are a definitely not your typical ones … they are not only lemon, but I used Vanilla CandiQuik too!  That’s right lemon marshmallows and white chocolate/candy coating on graham crackers … yum!

There is one more thing that I should mention … they are so easy peasy to make.  You could actually get everything assembled several days in advance!  No campfire is necessary … they are toasted in the oven … literally in a minute!

I do love traditional s’mores … but it nice to mix things up once in while.  The marshmallows have a nice tart lemon flavor that is balanced by the sweet smooth vanilla flavor from the CandiQuik … of course the graham crackers are crunchy, just like they should be!  Make them … I promise that you will be happy :)

White chocolate lemon s'mores

You will need just three ingredients …

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  1. Melt the candy coating according to package directions.
  2. Spread the candy on each graham cracker. (You will need 2 graham crackers to make 1 s’more)
  3. Place 4 lemon marshmallows in the melted candy on one half of the graham crackers. Chill for a few minutes or let stand until candy has hardened.  (at this point you could place everything in an air tight container and store it at room temperature for a few days)

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  1. Turn the oven broiler on and let it heat up.
  2. Place the graham crackers with marshmallows on a foil lined (for easy clean up) tray.  Keep the graham crackers with candy only aside.
  3. Place the tray under the broiler and watch it constantly … this toasty brown color happened in 1 minute!!!
  4. Remove the tray from the oven and place a candy coated graham cracker on top and press it down to attach and make the marshmallows squish a little ;)

Happy S'mores Day

I ♥ your comments!    The next post will be another summer idea!  Hint … it involves lodging on Sugar Island ;)

  ♦  I share my stuff at these fun parties

Thank you to Miss CandiQuick for supplying the Vanilla CandiQuick … she’s so sweet :)

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14 thoughts on “Lemon Meringue Vanilla S’mores

  1. Oh, you’re terrible. :} It’s 3:15 in the AM and I want one and want one Now. Oh how I wish I could reach in and grab one from you.
    Lemon mallows and CandiQuik; what a way to my appetite right now. Guess I will just have to settle for some toast with some homemade blueberry jam even tho I would much rather have one of these S’mores.
    Thanks 4 the recipe.
    Enjoy the weekend.
    ColleenB.
    Texas……where it’s been running 107-109 deg. all week :{
    With cool front coming in; we just may get down to 100 deg.

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    • I know … I’m a bad influence ;) You have homemade blueberry jam … I’m jealous! Has it cooled down in Texas? Here is California it had been in the 80’s and is starting to warm up … the hot hot weather is coming :(

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    • I made too many on Friday … wish I could have shared with you! On Saturday, I ate a cold leftover one … I loved it … I’ve never tried a cold s’more … probably shouldn’t have … another temptation ;)

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  2. I do not have the lemon mellows but I do have the grahams/candy quick and KEY LIME MELLOWS……plus I have company this is a great day!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. I finally located the lemon marshmallows and key lime too. However, they were so sticky that they clumped together in the bag. There wasn’t any coating on them such as corn starch. Did you have this problem?

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    • Patti, I did not have that problem with my lemon marshmallows. However, I’ve had it happen in the past … not sure if they just get squished, old or if humidity makes a difference. Did you use them? Were they OK?

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