10 New Ways to Make S’Mores
Maybe you think that the only way to make S’mores is over a campfire with graham crackers, large marshmallows, and a block of Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, but you couldn’t be more wrong. Read on to see more ways to make s’mores that are even more creative but just as delicious.
S’more Pie: All the taste of this campfire favorite, without the campfire.
Peanut Butter S’mores Cocoa: Take the great taste of this campfire treat and add it to a warm cup of cocoa.
Cherry S’mores: This grownup version of the campfire favorite will have you setting up a tent in the backyard for ambiance.
Ooey-Gooey S’mores Bar Cookies: Make delicious, melting s’mores without the campfire.
Golden Grahams S’mores: Easily make your own tasty s’mores without the campfire.
Mexican S’mores: Substituting tortilla shells for graham crackers, this is a fun variation on the camping classic.
S’more Turtles: You don’t need a fire to make these yummy S’more. This would be a great project for your child to do if they were having friends over for a slumber party.
Baked Alaska Peanut S’mores: Who knew you could improve on this campfire staple?
S’more Cupcakes: Don’t trust your little ones (or yourself) near an open flame? Whip up a batch of these cupcakes that taste just like the real thing… without catching on fire.
Dreamy S’mores Pie: This decadent dessert uses hazelnut spread and is ready in no time at all!
What is your favorite way to blend chocolate and marshmallows?