Flat Bread S’mores… Oh, Yeah!

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There is not a lot that needs to be said here, except…

Flat breads slathered with marshmallow cream and broken pieces of chocolate bars – I used Hershey Bars to keep it old-school 🙂 Grilled to toasty-melty perfection and drizzled with salted caramel and chocolate sauces and a dollop of whipped cream (or a scoop of vanilla ice cream) and finished with graham crackers!

You’re welcome!

Flat Bread S’mores

serves four to eight

1 pound pizza dough, divided into four 4-ounce balls
Flour, for shaping dough
Neutral oil, for grilling
Marshmallow cream
Chocolate squares
Salted caramel sauce or dulce de leche
Chocolate syrup (Hershey’s – in the can, not the bottle!)
Whipped cream or vanilla ice cream
Graham crackers

Method: direct heat

Set up grill for cooking over medium to medium-high direct heat. Brush and oil the grates before cooking.

Roll or spread dough balls to a 1/4-inch thickness on a board lightly dusted with flour. Transfer to a baking sheet and lightly brush the tops with oil.

2-cooked on 1st side

Place on grill oiled-side down, close the grill cover, and cook for 2 to 3 minutes until marked and the dough has started to bubble and puff. Use tongs to transfer to a cutting board and flip with the grilled side up.

3-topped and cooked

Slather with marshmallow cream and top with pieces of chocolate bar. Return the flat breads to the grill and cook with the grill cover closed for another 2 to 3 minutes or until the marshmallow is toasted and the chocolate bars have melted.

s-mores flatbread

Cut into serving pieces and drizzle with the caramel and chocolate sauce, dollop with whipped cream and top with a graham cracker.

Cheers and Happy Grilling!


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