Hand-Turned Mini Rotisserie For Making S’Mores At Home


(via) After watching this short video of Clifford Endo of You Can Do This! making a hand-turned rotisserie s’mores machine from a wooden log, three metal BBQ skewers and some tea lights it seems ridiculous to think that this isn’t something that everyone will have in their homes by Christmas…

Endo suggests using pliers to shape metal skewers into the perfect rotisserie spit and stands, to maximize mobility while also supporting the weight of the marshmallows while they cook. Then, he sets the apparatus above a series of tea lights, which gently cook the marshmallows as you spin the spin — and provides a little candle ambiance, ideal for a romantic dessert.

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