"Juliette 'Daisy' Gordon Low assembled 18 girls from Savannah, Georgia, on March 12, 1912, for a local Girl Scout meeting. She believed that all girls should be given the opportunity to develop physically, mentally, and spiritually."
The Girl Scouts' 100 birthday is this month — March 12, 2012! The recipe for "S'mores" has been around for at least 85 years, and was first published in 1927 in a Girl Scout handbook!
This warm, melted, gooey delight, for an eat-with-your-hands experience is a camping standby and Girl Scout classic made from two graham crackers, a piece of chocolate, and a marshmallow which is roasted over a campfire. It was named a "S'more" because it's so yummy you will want "Some More!" For The Love of Caesar: 10 New Ways
The tremendous popularity of this trinity of flavors is undeniable — we live in a world of S'mores galore: myriad S'mores' spins which I call "Gourmet S'mores" are ingredient variations of the traditional recipe — such as adding fresh strawberries or caramelized bananas, or swapping the chocolate for caramel-filled chocolate or mint chocolate, to name but a few.
Nowadays this retro recipe even takes on entirely different forms, tricked-up versions where the three-ingredient-classic is a muse to cakes, brownies, ice cream, popcorn, muffins, cheesecake, pudding, pancakes, fudge, and the list goes on! You can even get a cup of S'mores Coffee and a S'mores Doughnut to go with it. Top 5 Aphrodisiacs To Ignite Lust In Your Man!
In honor of the Girl Scouts' 100th Birthday celebration and girlhood nostalgia for all of us, even those of us who weren't a Girl Scout, but have a fun-loving and young-at-heart inner Girl Scout, and in tribute to S'mores, I created these DIY Graham Crackers. That's right, a recipe for scrumptious "Homemade Graham Crackers" which are healthier for you than commercial graham crackers and a cinch to make with this recipe. Use these "Homemade Graham Crackers" for your S'mores and you'll definitely be asking for Some More!
Homemade Graham Crackers
Graham Crackers are made with graham flour, but that can be difficult to obtain, so I created a recipe which gives you a similar texture, with a flavor that surpasses any you've ever tasted. Do You Love Shamrock Shakes?
Makes a Baker's Dozen — 13 (5 inches by 2½ inches) Graham Crackers
— 1¾ cups all-purpose flour, plus extra to lightly flour the work surface
— ¾ cup whole wheat flour
— ½ cup firmly-packed dark brown sugar
— ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
— 1 cup unsalted butter, chilled and finely diced
— 2 tablespoons molasses
— 2 tablespoons honey
1. Sift together the all-purpose flour, whole-wheat flour, dark brown sugar, and cinnamon into a medium-sized bowl and set aside.
2. Place the butter, molasses, and honey in a large bowl. Using an electric mixer on medium speed, beat just until combined, about 1 minute.