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Old 09-06-2014, 06:47 AM   #1
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Healthy S'mores

I know I risk the wrath of my moderator friends but it may save someone from 'deathly smores.

Is nothing sacred? Forest Service says drop chocolate, add fruit to your s'mores | Fox News
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Old 09-06-2014, 07:03 AM   #2
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Funny rant. Fox news is always good for a laugh. Of course I had to read it, the oxymoron title made me do it!

Healthy S'mores indeed
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Donna, I think it's funny as well, that a virtually broke government can spend money on studying s'mores.
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Very true. They probably invested millions to figure out fruit was more healthy in S'mores than chocolate. Really OMG
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Healthy S'mores

Better idea... Skip the marshmallow and the graham cracker. Just chocolate, preferably dark. Don 't need a stick, so don't have to worry about that either! Don't mind raspberries with my dark chocolate...
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Here in BC healthy s'mores are illegal.
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Jon,

We're big on dark chocolate, particularly when it covers raisins or contains hazlenuts.
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oooh dark chocolate covered coffee beans! And, while I don't care for chocolate... these are YUMMY!
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Driving can be healthy, at least tasty.

We have a stock of tow vehicles snacks. We carry dark chocolate covered raisins, pralines (sugar coated pecans), walnuts, sunflower seeds and (the unhealthy one) red twizzlers. We also often split a banana, orange or apple.

As to chocolate coffee beans, I've never had one but it's now on the try list. Ginny is definitely addicted to coffee, maybe she'll go for the beans.
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Chocolate covered coffee beans too.
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Plain old dark chocolate is healthiest but dark chocolate covered almonds - yum!!
Of course I am a confessed chocoholic. It's the only vice I have left!
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Okay, okay… I confess! I ate it.
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Actually, in the blog, they recommend that you "Grill thin slices of pineapple and substitute chocolate for the sweet warm fruit." Government double-speak?
substitute chocolate for the sweet, warm fruit.
substitute chocolate for the sweet, warm fruit.
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Leave out the graham cracker and use chocolate chip cookies.
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