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Nintendo Game Inspiration: S’mores from Overcooked!

Nintendo Game Inspiration: S’mores from Overcooked!
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Today is Toasted Marshmallow Day!

Pretty much every weekend this summer we’ve been having an Overcooked! for Nintendo Switch marathon.

Overcooked! Video Game

Nintendo Game Inspiration: S'mores from Overcooked! | Erica Robbin

  • Servings: 1-4
  • Difficulty: Easy to difficult
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Strawberry and banana s'mores, quite good!


Credit: ericarobbin.com

Ingredients

    NINTENDO GAME INSPIRATION: S’MORES FROM OVERCOOKED!:
  • Wood from the backpack, chopped
  • A plate
  • Graham crackers (we like to pre-plate them)
  • Marshmallows from the backpack, chopped
  • Strawberries from the bin, chopped
  • Bananas from the bin, chopped
  • Chocolate from the bin, chopped

Directions

    NINTENDO GAME INSPIRATION: S’MORES FROM OVERCOOKED!:
  1. Roast the marshmallows over the campfire by throwing from your place behind the counter, adding chopped wood to feed the fire as needed.
  2. Grab the marshmallows off of the fire with a plate.
  3. Chop the strawberries, bananas, and chocolate.
  4. Assemble them into a s’more.
  5. Deliver to the service window on time to fulfill the order before it falls off, you want a good tip!

We’re working on beating the Campfire Cook Off one right now.

Overcooked!

It’s so difficult, I don’t know why. Actually I do know why, I either fall off the stairs or get the recipes mixed up on the level we’re working on right now. Adding two sausages instead of a bacon and sausage, I’ve been out of my element lately, but we’re hoping to beat it this weekend. We’re note even getting close to 3 stars at the moment! Trying some different strategies and we noticed that you can only pull so many meats at a time from the bin, otherwise they disappear.

Overcooked! Video Game

Here is the recipe for the strawberry and the banana s’mores.

Wish us luck in beating the game!

Strawberry and Banana S'mores | Erica Robbin

Happy gaming! What level are you on?

Also do you like your marshmallows lightly toasted or burned like charcoal on the outside with ooey-gooey centers?

Nintendo Game Inspiration: S'mores from Overcooked! | Erica Robbin
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