These chocolate-coated mounds of homemade marshmallow on top of a graham cracker base go by many names depending on where you happen to be eating it. In Israel they're called "krembo" and they are nothing short of a cultural icon. There's even a widely known "krembo" season (if you want to mark your calendars, it's October-March). Wherever you may be, we can all agree that breaking through that thin dark chocolate shell into fluffy, gooey marshmallow definitely hits the sweet spot.
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