These s’mores recipes will keep you buzzing with sugar at your next summer bonfire. Be warned! This list contains some of the most tempting s’mores recipes on the internet that will leave you with no choice but to run out to the closest store to load up on the 3 main ingredients: graham crackers, (vegan) marshmallows, and really good chocolate. I would, however, advise that you only make one at a time to avoid being sick from sugar. Proceed with caution.
For a recipe free from bells and whistles, you cannot beat classic s’mores. The combination of 3 simple ingredients results in a treat that tastes like so much more. Over a fire or in the oven, melt some marshmallows. This works just as well with vegan marshmallows so vegetarians and vegans can enjoy them along with everyone else. After toasting the marshmallows over the fire, sandwich it in between two graham crackers and a chunk of chocolate.
If you are making s’mores in the oven, lay out the graham crackers neatly over a baking sheet and place the marshmallows over half of the crackers. Since the chocolate melts a lot faster than the marshmallow, you must put the chocolate onto the other half of the graham crackers only when the marshmallows are toasted halfway. Making a s’more for somebody is one of the sweetest bonfire gestures so surprise someone special (or everyone).
If you have done the impossible and have finally eaten enough cheesecakes to be sick of them, maybe it is time for a new twist on the classic. I assume you have tried strawberry and Oreo cheesecakes but now it is time for a s’mores cheesecake.
This s’mores recipe looks like a s’more mess from the top but as soon as you slice it open you will find a creamy cheesy centre. The graham cracker crust crumbles nicely in its golden brown glow. Enjoy devouring a slice of this campfire treat hybrid. Find the full recipe here.
For a fun read and a delicious recipe, follow this link. Krissy tells the story of her journey with pudding. She has developed this s’mores recipe that is, in fact, a pudding. This pudding is topped with a slightly burnt and very toasty marshmallow — perfect for a toasty night in. That hot bath she mentions doesn’t sound like a bad way to enjoy the pudding either.
If you have not had dinner and want to skip straight to dessert, you may need something to keep you full other than sugar. Martha Stewart has you covered. This is a classic s’mores recipe with the key addition of the baguette which sandwiches it. For details, find the recipe here.
This trail mix recipe is perfect if you have a sweet tooth. Enjoy this mix of cereal, chocolate, almonds, and marshmallows next time you go on a hike or need a good movie snack. Just remember to have an airtight container ready if you are confident that you will not be finishing it in one sitting (I wouldn’t be so sure). Check out this convenient s’mores recipe here.
If almost every coffee chain can do it, so can you! This s’mores recipe is simple yet impressive enough to serve at your next movie night. A hot chocolate topped with marshmallows is already half a s’more. With the simple addition of graham crackers your hot chocolate will be a full blown s’more in liquid form. This recipe features a clever addition graham crackers in a way that keeps them from becoming soggy.
This s’mores dip recipe is essentially a deconstructed s’more (with the addition of cream cheese it is a deconstructed s’mores cheesecake). This recipe is s’mores filling in a bowl and is meant to be dipped into by graham crackers. So next time you want to have fondue night but do not have the right serving equipment, try this quick and easy s’mores recipe. Find the full recipe here.
For those lazy Sunday mornings that require a big jolt of sugar, surprise your family with a tall stack of these s’more pancakes. Served with a dark and bitter shot of espresso, their taste buds will awake in no time. S’mores recipes may not be very breakfast friendly but this one definitely is! Follow this link for the recipe.
These s’mores cookies look absolutely darling with the glossy rectangles of Hershey chocolate shining at the top of each one. Try this recipe next time you are attending a meeting or party in need of finger food. You are almost definitely guaranteed to have a s’mores-positive crowd. For the recipe, click here.
If you find the above s’mores recipes to be difficult, you’ll get by with a little help from Betty Crocker for this one. For this recipe, you will get to spruce up the original brownie mix with marshmallows, graham, and chocolate. Try making this with a red spoon and see if they turn out even tastier. Find the recipe here.
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