McGyver in the Kitchen!  

barbiebunny 36F
6789 posts
10/12/2005 2:59 pm

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McGyver in the Kitchen!



2 breasts in recline, tipped with thick nipples and aureoles

4 large roasting marshmallows
1 large flat chocolate bars or 4 1 ‒ 1 1/2" squares of chunk chocolate
2 large graham crackers
4 tablespoons peanut butter (crunchy or smooth to taste)

Special equipment:

2 6" stainless steel skewers
Cooking or caramelizing torch


Remove any fine hair by shaving both breasts entirely using plain,
unscented shaving cream and a sharp razor then scrub with a coarse
sponge or abrasive pad. Rinse thoroughly with a wet cloth.

Generously coat each nipple and aureole with 2 tablespoons of peanut
butter each. Using a sharp 6" stainless steel skewer, thread 1/ 4 of
the chocolate bar, or one piece of chunk chocolate onto skewer. Follow
that with one marshmallow. Next run the skewer through the thick of
one aureole at the base of the nipple. Follow with another marshmallow
and another piece of chocolate. Repeat the same procedure on the
opposite breast.

Roast with a cooking torch until the insides of the marshmallows
become molten and the outsides are brown and the chocolate has
softened. If darker marshmallow skins are desired, continue to roast
until marshmallows are charred to taste.

Using 1/4 ‒ 1/2 of a graham cracker on each side of chocolate,
sandwich the chocolate, marshmallows, peanut butter and aureole/nipple
together. Hold the smore together and slide the skewer out. Adjust the
graham cracker down to better sandwich the dessert. Repeat on the
opposite side.

*Breasts on a budget ~ Consider the following substitutes:

If the nipples are surgically pre-pierced, use a thinner, sterilized
skewer and substitute a fireplace lighter for the cooking torch,
taking care not to burn the nipples.

If the nipples are not pierced, bind the nipples and areola with a
rubber band so that it forms a ball of meat and slide the skewers
through that, or tie the skewers tighty in to place with floss.

Or. . . forego the skewers and substitute warm to moderately hot
marshmallow crème for the marshmallows and/or and warm to moderately
hot chocolate syrup for the chocolate bar/chunks, then crush the
graham cracker and sprinkle it over all.

Or. . . use any combination of solid marshmallows and chocolate or
creamed marshmallows and chocolate to taste.

Makes 2 servings.

**your caped crusader is scowering the galaxy for handy McGyver tips!..(courtesy of M. Nicholson)**


Its good to be...ME

rm_pchamp012004 55M
2672 posts
10/12/2005 5:31 pm

Sounds as delicious as you are

*tucking napkin in shirt collar*

U_Cum_Here_2005 57M

10/12/2005 5:54 pm

mmmmmm - i have such good memories of s'mores . . . but these sound even better! glad to hear you're feeling well enough to share!

tillerbabe 56F

10/12/2005 6:08 pm

I absolutely louuuve smores! Can I do this whilst camping????

MsLoveRose 33F  
2432 posts
10/12/2005 7:39 pm

sounds yummy...and oh soo dangerous...better have that super trust factor going on!!!

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barbiebunny 36F
5597 posts
10/15/2005 2:43 pm

yummy aint it?

Its good to be...ME

AlbertPrince 58M

10/21/2005 2:06 am

Please repeat this recipe with photos, I'm not too good at following written instructions

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