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5 S'more Recipes

Re-invent a campsite classic this summer with these 5 delicious s'mores recipes!


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It’s hard to make something as insanely delicious as a s’more even more amazing, but we think these twists on the campfire favorite come pretty close. Celebrate National S’mores Day (August 10) with one or (who’s judging?) several of these food bloggers’ riffs on the Girl Scout classic. The best part? Tent and roasting stick are entirely optional.
 

Krispie Treats S’mores

Krispie Treat S'mores

Skip the chocolate chip pancakes this weekend and try these cereal-based s’mores from countrycleaver.com on for size. No open fire required for this wonder, just mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, Golden Grahams cereal, and some easy pantry staples. Don’t have Golden Grahams on hand? Any graham cracker cereal would make a delicious substitute.
 

Elvis S’mores

Elvis S'mores

A few slivers of ripe banana layered between crispy grahams, gooey marshmallow, and—hold the phone—a peanut butter cup—make this a sweet treat from kerstiepederson.blogspot.com a sandwich like no other. And hey, adding fruit makes it kind of healthy, right?
 

Ritz Cracker S’mores

Ritz Crack S'mores

Swapped in for the traditional graham, this Ritz cracker version from somethingswanky.com is the ultimate combo for those of us who like a little salty with our sweet. Pop one secretly into the kids’ camp lunch and it’ll be the first thing you hear about at pick up.
 

S’mores Pops

S'mores Pops

Abiding by the golden rule of dessert—that adding a stick makes anything instantly better—this gorgeous take on a s’more is a guaranteed hit (and will require fewer napkins). Make this sandwich from andeverythingsweet.blogspot.com the traditional way, but while the marshmallow is still gooey, pop it on a lollypop stick. Next, dunk the whole thing in melted chocolate and sprinkle with graham crumbs. (Hungry yet?) Make a bunch in advance for your next BBQ and refrigerate until you need them.
 

Cookie S’mores

Cookie S'mores

Starting with striped fudge cookies means you can skip the chocolate bar aisle at the grocery store thanks to this idea by comfyinthekitchen.com —just roast up your marshmallow and enjoy your two-in-one creation.

 

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