I love smores in the summer. I probably at my first smore before I could walk, made on the fire pit in our backyard or at one of my uncle's campsites. Half of the time we wouldn't even bother with the graham crackers and chocolate, we'd just eat the perfectly toasted marshmallows. I remember how hard it was to be patient as a kid waiting for the hot embers to be perfect for marshmallow toasting. The trick is to hold the marshmallow over the hot ember (not directly in the flame or it will catch on fire) and turn it to carefully and evenly toast it to a nice warm brown color without burning it. Oh how I wish I had a fire going in my backyard right now so I could toast some marshmallows. Or I could just make some of this smores fudge - no fire required.
1/2 cup (3 oz) dark chocolate chopped or semi-sweet chocolate chips