S'mores have never really taken off in Australia, but over in the US they are a staple beloved by campers. Thankfully, it's not too hard to assemble some in your own kitchen. All you need is a culinary torch.
Who needs a campfire and ghost stories when you can roast marshmallows at home, curl up on the couch, and watch a scary movie. The folks at the Insider YouTuber channel recommend you recreate the charred, gooey magic of roasted marshmallows with a tool that's usually used for creme brulee.
Just lay your marshmallow and chocolate on a large rectangular cracker or digestive biscuit, light your marshmallow with a culinary torch, then blow it out after letting it char a little. Smash it all together with the cracker top, and you won't be able to taste the difference. Best of all, culinary torches aren't too expensive.
The easiest way to make s'mores indoors [YouTube]