First place your marshmallow on the end of a long skewer and make sure it’s long enough so your hands and fingers don’t burn. Safety first!
Start rotating and twirling your marshmallow about 8-12 inches from the burning hot embers, not directly into the flame. The goal is to slowly toast the marshmallow to a golden brown, not to turn it into a torch.
Rotate slowly, and within about one to two minutes, you’ll see the marshmallow turn a beautiful golden-brown. Yum! Now have your graham crackers ready. Place one graham cracker in a napkin, or paper towel, and carefully slide the skewered marshmallow directly onto the graham. It helps if a friend is holding the skewer.
Place the chocolate piece directly onto the marshmallow and smush down. Wait a minute or two for the chocolate to melt, and for the marshmallow to cool down. The marshmallows can be molten hot, so be careful with those tempting treats.
Bonus Tip: Got tin foil around? Place your chocolate on a graham cracker square and set it on a piece of tinfoil near the fire. Let the choco melt while your roast your marshmallow for an extra gooey s’more!