Roasting Mallo's over your Stove
We did this one as kids when we wanted to feel like we were in the canyon.
Step One: Hopefully you have marshmallows.
Step Two: Put them on any kind of a stick or fork.
Step Three: Have an adult turn on the stove for you. If you're an adult making these, than your child is probably the responsible one - have them turn on the stove for you.
Step Four: Roast your mallow and eat it.
Step Five: If you have ingredients for s'mores, than by all means, make those things!
FYI: This is safer than a fire pit. Once when I went to the canyon during my freshman year of college, we roasted marshmallows. Mine lit on fire as is often the case. I flipped it up quickly to blow it out. Only I flipped it too hard. The marshmellow landed on my lip and stuck there . . . while on fire.
It's hard to get something that is burning off of you if it's also sticky. We didn't bring any water and it was 5 in the afternoon. The sun beating down on my burnt lip was less than ideal. Roasting marshmallo's is still a little traumatic for me.