Here we are, watching our team play tonight. The Volunteers haven’t had the best season, but at least they got a few victories under their belt this year. However, the more important factor about these Saturday games is the eating aspect of it. We love an excuse to make more food, which tends to be appetizers, grilling, or country boils. Today was rainy, brought us down a little bit, while also have the night game, so the snacks were a little off. Instead of the usually apps, we decided to make some indoor Game Day Snack S’mores with this new product we received.
Game Day Snack “S’mores”
We received these stuffed puffs, which by the way we think are pretty awesome. Basically, they are a marshmallow with chocolate on the inside. Check out the image below to get an idea of what we are talking about.
In order to prevent the usually drastic expansion of a marshmallow in the microwave, we ended up cutting them in half and placing the chocolate portion down on the graham cracker. After putting them in the microwave for 10 seconds, they came out looking like this…
Then you take the other half of the cracker, slap that bad boy on there, and have a blast. The one thing we noticed about these particular marshmallows, is they are slightly messier, possibly due to the thinness of the marshmallow in order to put the chocolate in the middle.
All in all, great win for us with this snack, kids loved it and it was the perfect way to brighten up our gloomy day. Carter didn’t enjoy having sticky messy hands, taking a break halfway through his snack to wash them. Not sure if that is the autism, or just not enjoying having nasty hands. However, he enjoyed the overall experience without any issues. Kinley loved hers so much, she had two. She likes to snack (we call it graze) anyway, so I wouldn’t expect anything less.
Christmas Youth Shirts
We also want to throw out a quick update about our shop and show off a few of the youth Christmas Shirts we have releasing today. They are currently 10% off for our annual holiday sale and can be found here.
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