S’More to be Enjoyed Inside of House

Happy S’more Day! Today I’m making you want to leave your house now and head to camping to enjoy this warm sweet snack in the middle of nature! 


Oh well, but my city is surrounded by mountains/bushes, and California’s climate is mostly hot, dry, drought is never-ending concern to people…and no grills I got, so no outside cooking but an easy version of making s’more inside of our house. 


Ready to check the recipe? Let’s cook! 


<Today’s Recipe>

S’More to be Enjoyed Inside of House

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Nutella sauce




  1. Make nutella sauce. Place nutella in a mixing bowl and pour almond milk. Mix well and set aside.
  2. Place marshmallows on a graham cracker and turn on the switch. Take a close look at how the marshmallow melts, and turn off the switch of kitchen torch when the marshmallow melts according to your preference.
  3. Pour nutella sauce and close it with another graham cracker. Enjoy while it’s still nice and warm!


No wonder why a lot of people like s’more! The melting fluffy marshmallow and crunchy graham crackers have a perfect symphony inside of the mouth, and the smoky flavor reminds me of the sweet,  fun summer vacation memory! 


<Fireworks and Me>

Fireworks are symbols for summer to me…but here in the US, I think I have only seen fireworks in a couple of July 4th events in LA, New Year’s celebration fireworks in Seattle, and in Disneyland a couple of times (plus the sound-only version every weekend when Disneyland Anaheim was my neighbor.) It reminded me of my childhood looking over fireworks from our balcony. There are a couple of events every summer, and we could see them during our dessert time(and most importantly, it’s free!) 


In addition to the huge fireworks sparkling overhead with a big sound, we enjoy special little fireworks called “senkoh-hanabi : 線香花火”, a sparkler, every summer. When I was a kid, my dad used to take me outside to do some hand-holding fireworks after dinner. We brought a bag of those fireworks(I think it contained about 20 different kinds of fireworks, and they’re available even at a dollar stores,) a lighter, and a bucket filled with water. Each fireworks lasted roughly about 10 seconds. Yes it’s so quick, but looking at how the fireworks lit up in a dark night, changing the color into red, blue, green, yellow made definitely unforgettable memories. At the  closing of the little fireworks party, we enjoyed sparklers. They are so delicate, so not moving at all was the key to enjoying the sparkler as long as possible. At that time, I think Japanese kids learn wabi-sabi spirits 


After I became a junior high school student, we didn’t do fireworks together, but I remember my dad sat in the camping chair in the balcony and looked over those big fireworks. Besides him, there was always our dog sitting and waiting for the time for a night walk. 


What symbolizes your summer? I want to hear it and enjoy this beautiful season together! 


<Perfect Food to be Enjoyed in Sumer>

Beautiful harvest of summer veggies! Creamy Summer Salad

creamy summer salad

Or how about fruits? Fruit Punch

fruit punch

Stay hydrated! Cherry Limeade

cherry limeade

Enjoy home cooking and your own creation of homemade food:)


16 Comments Add yours

  1. aparna12 says:

    Wow. You are a super fantastic chef and I am a huge fan of your food blogs. Please keep posting and I will keep regularly visually feasting. 😊😊😊😊♥️♥️♥️

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Aww thank you Aparna😍


  2. Rabhya Maini says:

    This looks healthy and delicious 😋

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you!😊

      Liked by 1 person

  3. johnrieber says:

    Love the home cooking you share!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you John!😊


  4. elvira797mx says:

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Wonderful idea! You are very cretive, Tanooki.
    A lvely and delicious way to eat a different dessert! Thank’s for share.
    Have an amazing time!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you Elvira! Have a wonderful day with sweet treats😋💕✨


      1. elvira797mx says:

        Thank you very much, Tanooki.
        You are so kind. Have a wonderful day as well. 😋💕✨🙏

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Livia says:

    I have never eaten S’mores but they seem to be quite a big deal in the US. 😁 Your recipe looks very delicious and is a nice alternative if you don‘t have a campfire ready and available. 😊👍

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Thank you Livia! Yes seems like S’more is a big deal here in the US…I also surprised when I moved to the US because I never thought marshmallow is one of the most favorite treats for Americans, especially those who love outside activities😆

      And let me tell you one thing…I heard marshmallow has the power to make people tall, but it’s just a rumor!🤣 The evidence to prove it is myself, I only have a little shorter than 5 ft even though I used to love marshmallows😂

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      1. Livia says:

        Quite an interesting legend 😁👍 I never heard that before.

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  6. Leah says:

    What a lovely summer memory! I like your version of S’mores better. I never thought if using Nutella instead of chocolate. I will try this instead! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Yes if you like nutella, the aroma is so heavenly! Hope you enjoy summer❤️

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Leah says:

        Life has been very busy but good. Hope you are well, my friend. Happy Fall! 🙂

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