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S’MORMON Ebelskivers

S'MORMON ebelskiver.jpg


Graham Flour Pancake Batter (recipe)
Chocolate Chips
Marshmallow Cream Cheese Sauce


Ebelskivers are a Danish dessert and, since I have Danish blood, I had to experiment with them! The cookbook that inspired my thinking is Ebelskivers by Kevin Crafts. It features a variety of sweet and savory ebelskiver adaptations, including a recipe for s’mores. I wanted to avoid graham cracker crumbs, though, so I opted for the recipe above. They turned out tasty and fun, but need further experimentation.





Fortune Cookie Flats
Marshmallow Creme
Cadbury Dairy Milk


This recipe came together serendipitously. I went to the store (Farmer Joe’s in Oakland, CA) looking for fortune cookies and next to the fortune cookies were these fortune cookie flats, which I had never seen before. My creative gears started spinning and I did a quick search on my phone of what brand of chocolate is popular in China. I found that Cadbury is in the top three, so I added a Cadbury Dairy Milk to my shopping cart and went home to experiment! Somewhere during the car trip home, I came up with the name “S’MORTUNE Cookie”

This recipe has a lot of potential. The fortune cookie flats are thin and crunchy, providing a nice texture in combination with the smooth choco-marshmallow center. Stay tuned for further developments.




Homemade Ritz Crackers (recipe)
Peanut Butter
Half a Large Marshmallow


In many ways, this is what started the whole S’MORMON movement. When I was a young child, my mom would make these using Ritz Crackers — she got the recipe from someone else — and I always looked forward to them. Years later, when I was in graduate school in Texas I made them one evening for a few friends. As we ate them I realized how similar they were to S’MORES. Not really knowing what they were called and thinking of my surroundings I decided to dub them the “Texas S’MORE.”

The Texas S’MORMON is really just an artisan version of the Texas S’MORE, using homemade Ritz Crackers. Other than that, they are made the same way — fill a cookie sheet with them and place them in the oven on broil until they brown on the top. They taste heavenly, which people often confuse with Texas, so the name is fitting.

Recently, my brother reminded me that his name for Texas S’MORES, from way back, is “San Francisco Belly Buttons.” The reason why is far less interesting than the name, but, suffice it to say, I live in the Bay Area nowadays, so that name is also fitting.

Double Chocolate Chip S’MORMON

SMORMON double chocolate chip


Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies
Marshmallow Creme


The easy way to make a S’MORMON is to just put marshmallow creme between whatever cookies your wife happens to be baking on any given night! These cookies feature Ghirardelli milk chocolate chips which add a luxuriant creaminess to the dark chocolate dough. These cookies would make pretty good S’MORMONS no matter what type of chips you use — white chocolate, semi-sweet, peanut butter, butterscotch, mint, etc. You’ll have to change the name of the S’MORMON to match the chip, though, but that’s the magic and flexibility of S’MORMONS. If you can think it, you can S’MORE it!

Red Velvet S’MORMON



1. Red Velvet White Chocolate Chip Cookies (recipe)
2. Marshmallow Creme


Rather than placing a piece of white chocolate between the cookies, we decided to place the white chocolate inside the cookies in the form of white chocolate chips. It turned out really tasty, but make sure you find the right balance between cookie and marshmallow creme — the image above is a little excessive in its marshmallow creme. You might also consider experimenting with adding a piece of white chocolate between the cookies. Again, it’s all about finding the right flavor balance.