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3 Minute S'mores Recipe

If you're a fellow Family Guy fan, you surely remember the episode where Peter and Bill Clinton have the munchies and talk about stealing and eating a pig. It went something along the lines of "We could totally eat that pig, man. It could be in our stomachs in, like, a minute." People, these smores are your one minute pig.

If you're not a fellow Family Guy fan, I've surely just lost you forever as a reader here. Sorry.

These are perfect when you're craving a quick, sugary treat. They work equally well in a toaster oven and a convection oven. Best of all, compared to eating an entire bag of Oreos (something I've never done...wink, wink), they're quite healthy.

 Step 1: Put desired amount of graham crackers on a toaster oven/convection oven-safe pan.
 
Looks like it's time to clean this pan, Sexy Nerd

Optional 1st step, which is Sexy Nerd's favorite: Spread peanut butter on each graham cracker. I'm not much of a peanut butter fan so I skip this step.

Cover with yummy mini marshmallows.


Top with chocolate chips. Sprinkle on a dusting of sea salt.


Place in the toaster oven on the lowest setting, or the convection oven at 275 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep an eye on them. They go from not quite done to overdone insanely fast! About 3 minutes usually does the trick.

How did that marshmallow get there?? Ah, the mysteries of a convection oven.

I've got my one minute pig right here.

I could press each half together into a traditional smore, but then I would only have one.

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