We were knee deep in Girl Scout Cookie season when I developed this recipe, and my partner and I had a lot of conversations regarding what are our favorite cookies. I like peanut butter-flavored Do-Si-Dos and he likes the combination of coconut, chocolate and caramel in Samoas. Thus a marriage between the two inspirational cookies was born in the form of a s'more.
Place the marshmallow inside and set the timer for 3 minutes. Meanwhile, place the graham cracker squares hole-side down on a plate. Place the coconut chips on one graham square, then carefully center the chocolate on top. Spread the peanut butter on the plain graham square. After 2 minutes, open the air fryer and place the graham squares inside. Roll the marshmallow onto the peanut butter-topped square and cook 1 minute more.
Transfer the graham squares to a plate with a spatula (you may have to pick up some coconut chips that have blown around and put them back on the square). Drizzle the caramel sauce on the square with the chocolate and coconut chips, then sandwich the halves and eat while the s'more is still warm and gooey.
Three segments of a 1.55-ounce Hershey’s milk chocolate bar if using. If your marshmallow sticks a little bit, use some nonstick cooking spray.
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