It is summertime, which means it is time for camping and campfires — and what would a campfire be without s’mores?
S’mores are that delectable, must-have, summer fun treat that have been around for decades. The Girl Scouts started making them in the 1920s. The name “s’mores” came about because, after tasting just one bite, campers started begging for “s’more”.
Campers make s’mores by sandwiching a campfire-roasted marshmallow and chocolate in between graham crackers. A delicious snack as you tell ghost stories around the fire, but what would your dentist say? Read on for the low-down of how s’mores can affect teeth, compliments of Dr. Pat Crawford!
A large marshmallow typically used in s’mores has about 4 grams of sugar — that’s a lot for one treat.
Even worse is that, for s’mores, you ...Continue Reading →