1Put the chocolate on one graham half. Toast the pumpkin marshmallow over your gas stove* and put it on top of the chocolate. Top with the other graham. Let the chocolate melt for a little, smoosh the sandwich together and dig in.
2*Alternative toasting method: Place the marshmallow on one graham half with no chocolate. Place the marshmallow-topped graham on a cookie sheet and put in your broiler for about a minute. KEEP A CLOSEEYE because the marshmallow will toast/melt quickly. Then top with the chocolate and the other graham half.
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