2squaresdark chocolateor your favorite chocolate bar
Optional Toppings: berries, peanut butter cups, banana, swap graham crackers for chocolate chip cookies
Move oven rack to 2nd to top level. Turn oven to broil. Set out all ingredients. Place marshmallows on a baking sheet covered by a baking mat or parchment paper. OR you can roast them over your stove...
Place baking sheet in oven, check in 3 minutes, then again in 5 depending on how long your oven has been heating up. Remove when they've hit your desired browned-ness.
If roasting them over your stove, turn stove on to high, wait until coils (if electric) are red hot or flame is consistent on a gas stove. Spear marshmallow with a fork to roast over stove. Roast until desired doneness.
Place chocolate and desired toppings on graham crackers, place marshmallow on top and cover with 2nd graham cracker. Enjoy.
Broil marshmallows on the 2nd highest rack for a golden brown or roast them on the stove (this can work with an electric coil or gas stove) for charred mallows. It's up to you!
Check marshmallows often because they can burn quickly.
If cooking over a stove, hold marshmallow about an inch from flame or coil for a very brown marshmallow, hold about 2 inches for a slower cooking marshmallow that gets lightly browned.
Berries: raspberries are my absolute favorite topping, but blueberries and strawberries are also delicious
Banana: take it a step farther by roasting your banana. Or just slice thinly to cover your chocolate square. It's like a banana split but without the melty ice cream.
Chocolate covered peanut butter cups: ok, again dark chocolate fiend here, Trader Joe's dark chocolate peanut butter cups are all I need in life, you can also totally use Reese's. A smear of peanut butter is also so great.
BONUS: chocolate chip cookies. Instead of graham crackers, top a delicious chocolate chip cookie with your mallow and fruit.