National S’mores Day! | Storage Tip
It’s National S’mores Day!
We’ve never been more excited, since s’mores are one of the best combinations invented. Wouldn’t it be even better if we could make it last forever? Today we’re going to give you a few tips on how to store your s’mores ingredients so they can last longer for great tasting s’mores!
How To Store Marshmallows
The best part of s’mores are the marshmallows! Nobody likes hard and stale marshmallows, especially not on our s’mores.
According to WikiHow, adding one or two fresh pieces of bread to an open package of marshmallows helps keep them softer longer.
2. Freeze Them
Of course you can freeze them but they definitely wouldn’t be as soft as they are fresh out of the package.
Sprinkling powdered sugar over marshmallows in an airtight container in the fridge is a great way to store marshmallows! It keeps the marshmallows moisture free and soft.
How To Store Chocolate
1. Keep Out of Direct Sunlight
This is no surprise unless you love the taste of melted chocolate.
2. Don’t Store In the Refrigerator
Even though the refrigerator is a cool, dark place. Chocolate can absorb the flavor of it’s surroundings. Unless spaghetti flavored chocolate is your thing, keep it out of the fridge!
3. Seal In Airtight Container
If you do decide to store them in the refrigerator, seal the chocolate in an air tight container and it will be as if you just opened the wrapper.
How To Store Graham Crackers
1. Cool Dark Place
Graham crackers are the easiest to store and can keep for 2-3 years in the cabinet. If your cabinet is cool, dry and dark, then it is your graham crackers best friend!
We hope you enjoyed our awesome storage tips in honor of National S’mores Day! Go get the fire started!