If you’re referring to making s’mores using a gas fire pit, it is possible to do so, although the experience may differ from using a traditional campfire.

When using a gas fire pit, you won’t have the same wood smoke flavor that you would get from a real campfire, which can be an important part of the s’mores experience for some people. However, you can still toast marshmallows over the gas flame to achieve a similar result.

Here’s a general guide for making s’mores using a gas fire pit:

  1. Ensure that the gas fire pit is safe to use for cooking. Some gas fire pits may have specific features or attachments for cooking purposes.
  2. Turn on the gas fire pit and adjust the flame to a medium or low setting, depending on the intensity of the flame.
  3. Skewer a marshmallow onto a long roasting stick or skewer. Make sure it’s secure and won’t fall into the fire.
  4. Hold the marshmallow over the flame, using caution not to get too close to the fire. Rotate the skewer to evenly toast the marshmallow until it reaches your desired level of golden brown or charred.
  5. Once the marshmallow is toasted to your liking, carefully remove it from the skewer and place it on a graham cracker.
  6. Add a piece of chocolate on top of the marshmallow while it’s still hot, and then place another graham cracker on top to complete the s’more.
  7. Allow the heat from the marshmallow to melt the chocolate slightly, and then press the top and bottom graham crackers together to create a sandwich.
  8. Enjoy your s’more while it’s still warm and gooey!

Remember to exercise caution when working with open flames and hot surfaces. Follow any safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer of your gas fire pit and supervise children closely during the process.