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Classic S’mores

Classic S’mores

Ingredients

  • 2 HERSHEY’S milk chocolate bars, broken into halves
  • 4 graham crackers, broken into halves
  • 4 marshmallows

Directions

Place ½ of milk chocolate bar on graham cracker half. Carefully toast marshmallow over grill or campfire until crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside. Place roasted marshmallow over chocolate and top with second graham cracker half; gently press together.

Enjoy!

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving188

Total Fat8g12%

Sugar8gN/A

Saturated4g21%

Cholesterol5mg2%

Protein3g5%

Carbs30g10%

Vitamin E0.2mg1.1%

Vitamin K2µg3%

Calcium11mg1%

Fiber1g3.9%

Folate (food)3µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)20µg5%

Folic acid10µgN/A

Iron0.5mg3%

Magnesium6mg1%

Monounsaturated0.4gN/A

Niacin (B3)0.6mg3.1%

Phosphorus26mg4%

Polyunsaturated0.8gN/A

Potassium24mg1%

Sodium88mg4%

Sugars, added4gN/A

Zinc0.1mg0.9%

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Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Retro Recipe Golden Graham S’mores

Almost as soon as they started selling Golden Grahams, they started publishing recipes for Golden Grahams S’mores. While they have packaged this in bar form, it was never as good as the original. So with the release of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams, I thought I would revisit this old favorite of mine.

Golden Graham ‘Smores were a rare but welcome treat in my childhood home. Rare not because they were difficult to make, but because the cereal itself was such a prized food item. How we rationed them always made for a hot debate.

With the return of Retro Recipe Golden Grahams to supermarket shelves, I thought it would be a good time to bust out my original Golden Grahams recipe booklet from 1979 and make these beloved treats.

Let me just set the stage with this wonderful introduction straight from the recipe booklet.

Golden Grahams Recipe Booklet Intro

EXPERIENCE the unique taste of GoldenGrahams® cereal in more delicious ways than one. You already know it as a part of your family’s nutritious breakfast. Now enjoy that good graham cracker taste with the snacks and desserts in this booklet. They’re great for lunchtime, party time, dessert time, anytime.

Golden Grahams are crisp, crunchy little squares made with the graham flour of golden wheat and just a touch of honey. And because they’re fortified with 7 essential vitamins and iron, a one-ounce serving in your breakfast bowl with milk, buttered toast, and juice gives you 25% of many nutrients you’ll need for the day.

So crunch up. Make a snappy snack, Indoor S’mores, a batch of Peanut Butter Crunch Cups and so much more with Golden Grahams.

The History of the Golden Grahams S’mores Recipe

Golden Graham S’mores have existed for almost as long as Golden Grahams themselves. The cereal was being sold in stores in late 1974, and by 1975/1976 they were already appearing on cereal boxes and in newspapers. At this point, they also started to include the recipe next to coupons in newspapers.

In 1979, General Mills decided to take Golden Grahams to new heights and created a Recipe booklet. This booklet has thirteen recipes that all involve using Golden Grahams. They range in complexity from the Banana Split Dessert to the Goldy O’s party mix.

Over the years, nothing about the original recipe would change. The recipes you see printed in the Seventies are identical to the ones you will find in the Eighties. IF you are looking at the official recipe. Unfortunately, this might not match the one you find from a quick search on the internet.

Over the years people have adapted the recipe for their own purposes and have tinkered with the ingredients. What you will find on a lot of these online recipes is that the Corn Syrup has been removed. Yes, it is possible to make the S’mores without Corn Syrup, but your end product will not be as good as the retro original.

The Original Indoor S’more Recipe

While the recipe has been in print since the mid-Seventies, I am going off of my 1979 version. It is the same recipe, but I like using the recipe booklet. It has nice photos.

Later versions of the recipe would include microwave directions. I will include those here, but if you want to be very retro, you are going to want to use that stove.


Watch the video: MKTO - Classic Official Video (January 2022).