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Chocolate-stuffed marshmallows will up your s’mores game this summer

Steven Adams
Stuffed Puffs chocolate-filled marshmallows.

It’s tough to improve upon the simple perfection of s’more. Graham crackers, a chocolate bar and a toasted marshmallow.

But imagine your surprise when you discover that marshmallow is filled with chocolatey goodness. And it’s melted.

Bam! You’ve kicked the campfire up a notch.

No longer will you need to hope the chocolate bar melts under the weight of the freshly toasted marshmallow.

They look like standard white marshmallows from the outside so your secret ingredient is safe until your guests take that first bite.

The Stuffed Puffs brand of filled marshmallows will be available at Walmart April 28, according to PopSugar.

If you’re looking for something a little more gourmet, these hand-crafted marshmallows are available from Madyson’s Marshmallows.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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