S’mores Waffles / #SundaySupper

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Do you like your waffles sweet or savory? I am partial to the sweet ones, which is how I came to make these S’mores Waffles! I baked graham cracker waffle sticks, stuffed them with roasted mini marshmallows, and drizzled them with a creamy chocolate ganache. S’mores for dessert, rain or shine!

Today the #SundaySupper family is celebrating waffles, and you are going to love all the variety!
S’mores Waffles1 3/4 cup Flour1 tablespoon Baking Powder1/3 cup Sugar4-5 tablespoons Graham Crackers~crushedPinch of Salt 2 Eggs1 3/4 cups Whole Milk1/2 cup Cooking OilMini Marshmallows4 ounces Milk Chocolate2 ounces Heavy Whipping Cream
Mix together the flour, baking powder, sugar, graham crackers and salt. Make a well in the bowl with the mix. Set aside.
 Divide the eggs, and place the yolks in a bowl. Beat them a little. Add the milk and oil. Stir together. Pour into the well in the bowl with the dry ingredients. Stir until moistened. The batter will be slightly lumpy.
 Place the egg whites in a small bowl. Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form. Gently fold the egg whites into the bowl of batter. Don’t overmix.
 Heat up the waffle iron. Make the waffles according to the instructions with the iron. Let the waffles cool.
 Use a double boiler to heat and melt the milk chocolate. As the chocolate melts, heat the heavy whipping cream in the microwave to a warm, but not hot temperature. Add the cream to the melted chocolate and stir it together.
 Use a kitchen torch to roast the mini marshmallows. You will need one marshmallow for each section of each waffle stick, plus a few for the plate.
Place a marshmallow into the cavities on one side of the waffle stick.
Build up the waffles on the plate to resemble a campfire. 
Add some additional marshmallows and drizzle with ganache.
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