Taste test: This three-module snack pack consists of two standard-size square graham crackers, each perforated so that you can break it in half; a tub of marshmallow sauce; a bin of small chocolate chips; and a red plastic stick for spreading the marshmallow.
The supply of chocolate chips and marshmallows is quite generous. You can actually pack a lot more of both onto the crackers than they show in the illustration on the package. The taste is pretty good. For two of the four half-crackers, I microwaved them for a few seconds, and the melting that resulted did enhance the taste. It's not in the same league as the s'mores that you made over the campfire as a kid, but it's not bad. It takes some work to make the s'mores, but once you're done eating, it's a pretty good, filling snack. I expected that I'd make a mess and get sticky marshmallow sauce all over my fingers. Thankfully, that didn't happen at all when I ate the s'more as an open-faced sandwich, but after I closed the sandwich and microwaved it, marshmallow oozed out the sides as I held it, and it did get messy.
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Smell test: The marshmallow smells only vaguely of marshmallow. Not good. The graham crackers smell very good. The chocolate smells good.
From the package: “No Refrigeration Needed” ... “2 Honey Maid® Graham Crackers - Marshmallow Creme - Mini Chocolate Chips”
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Company: Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .