S’mores, S’mores and more S’mores. Endless variations!


A s’more is a traditional nighttime campfire treat popular in the United States and Canada, consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker. Wikipedia

Key Lime S'more

Key Lime S’more

Key Lime Pie S’mores

Makes 6
6 whole graham crackers, broken into square halves
3/4 cup Key lime curd or pie filling
12 marshmallows

Spread the half of the graham crackers with a thick layer of lime curd (about 2 tablespoons apiece). Toast the marshmallows until they are slightly blackened on the outside and soft inside. Smear the marshmallows on the other half of the graham crackers. Sandwich and eat immediately.


Salty Caramel Bacon

Graham cracker + chocolate with salted caramel + crisp bacon + marshmallow



Chocolate graham + peanut butter + marshmallow


Strawberry Banana

Graham cracker + sliced strawberries + sliced banana + marshmallow


The Elvis

Graham cracker + peanut butter cup + banana + marshmallow + (bacon optional)



Chocolate graham cracker + mint chocolate + marshmallow


Strawberry Nutella

Chocolate graham cracker + strawberry slice + Nutella + marshmallow

Campfire Ban, no problem, here is a recipe for cast iron pan s’more.


1 cup chocolate chips
8 large marshmallows
graham crackers for dipping
Preheat the oven to 450.
In a cast iron skillet, add the chocolate chips. Snip the large marshmallows in half and top the chocolate chips with them. (You could also use a scoop of mini marshmallows alternatively.)
Once the oven is up to temperature, add the skillet to the oven. Bake for 7-9 minutes, or until the marshmallows turn golden brown.
Serve with graham crackers for scooping.


Adult s’more, make any of the above s’mores and them dip them in Baileys.

Other variations.


Instead of graham crackers use:


chocolate chip cookies

peanutbutter cookies

keebler chocolate cookies

digestive cracker


Ritz Cracker

Oreo Cookie

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