Who knew a three ingredient recipe could be so sinfully delicious?
S’mores are said to have originated in the US where they were a campfire treat. The recipe for a s’more first appeared in a cookbook almost a century ago and were originally called “Some More” but over the decades that was contracted to “s’mores.”
Constructing a s’more is as simple as placing a piece of chocolate atop a Graham cracker, sliding on a fire-toasted marshmallow, and sandwiching with another cracker. The heat of the marshmallow melts the chocolate resulting in a super messy but delicious delicacy.
A s’more tattoo may hold special memories of going camping with family or friends or be as simple as loving the combination of the three ingredients.
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