- HomeRight ElectroLight Fire Starter
- Roasting Sticks
- Chocolate Bars
- Large Marshmallows
- Banana Slices
- Cinnamon Graham Crackers
We use our HomeRight ElectroLight Fire Starter all the time for our charcoal grill, but now that temperatures have cooled down a bit, we've been using it for our backyard fire pit too. We recently made banana cinnamon s'mores and they were delicious! The ElectroLight allowed us to start our fire pit in just a few minutes. See below for details on what you'll need to make this delicious treat.
Gather the Ingredients
First, gather your ingredients and materials (amounts will vary depending on how many you are making): Cinnamon graham crackers, banana slices, marshmallows, chocolate bars, HomeRight ElectroLight, and roasting sticks.
Start the Fire
Fill your fire pit with sticks, and then light it with the HomeRight ElectroLight Fire Starter. We love using this tool because it lights our grill or fire pit in 2-3 minutes and requires no lighter fluid. It uses 1300 degree hot air to ignite your wood or charcoal.
There is a built-in blower that fans the flames until they reach the level you want. It's super easy and convenient to use.
Roast the Marshmallows
When the flames have reached the desired height, roast your marshmallows! Since the cinnamon graham crackers we used were a little bit longer than traditional graham crackers, we used 2 marshmallows per s'more.
Stack the Smore and Enjoy!
Layer chocolate, banana slices, and marshmallows and smoosh it between two cinnamon graham crackers. Then, enjoy! These are such a fun and delicious twist on regular s'mores. We will definitely be making these again!
Now that it's officially fall, it's the perfect time to roast marshmallows on the backyard fire pit. We used our HomeRight ElectroLight Fire Starter to light our fire pit, and we made banana cinnamon s'mores. They are so good! The ElectroLight makes lighting our fire pit (or our charcoal grill, which we also use it for) super easy and fast. It's definitely a must-have for us.
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