Summer and s’mores go hand in hand. It makes sense then, that there is a whole day devoted to them. These fun ways to eat s’mores aren’t just the ordinary.
A soft chocolate cake is soaked in tea, topped with marshmallow, and covered in a perfect chocolate glaze for a dessert delight.
A s’more chocolate ice cream and graham cracker shake is taken to an amazing new level with homemade bourbon marshmallows brûléed on top.
When it’s too cold to roast marshmallows over a fire, make these brownie s’mores bars with a graham cracker crust and marshmallow topping.
A rich, spiced sweet potato cake is easily layered with a soft marshmallow buttercream. This is a perfect cake to say goodbye to fall and welcome in winter.
Similar to the outdoor treat, these s’more chocolate tarts are not as sweet and feature a dark chocolate filling in a cookie crust and topped with a touch of marshmallow topping.
It may be easy to find vegan dark chocolate and even marshmallows, but the trick is making the perfect homemade graham cracker. Try this fool-proof recipe.
Just in time for campfire season, a cool, creamy version of the decadent S’more in ice cream sandwich form complete with toasted marshmallow ice cream.
A homemade, baked cinnamon roll stuffed with chocolate and topped with gooey marshmallow frosting. A new favorite s’more that can happen in your kitchen.
A buttery graham cracker crust holds a rich, gooey brownie and it is all topped off with toasted marshmallow, pure decadence.
Even if it is too cold for a campfire, these graham cracker crumb cookies with chocolate chips and marshmallows will keep you satisfied.
Slightly bitter chocolate is sweetened with fluffy marshmallows and crunchy roasted almonds. But let’s not forget the secret ingredient— espresso powder.
Layers of homemade pumpkin pudding, toffee chips, graham crackers and toasted marshmallow. What more do you need to celebrate fall?
Mixed with graham cracker crumbs and layered with chocolate and burnt marshmallows, these brown butter treats are a sure sign of summer.
These delicate marshmallows have the same subtle floral, slightly coconut-y flavor and light purple hue of taro root.
There’s nothing subtle about these sugar bombs, but that’s what’s so great about the nostalgic treat.
Sophisticated sweet potato brownie meets the no-holds-barred decadence of s’mores flavors.
The nutty flavors in the brown butter transform these rice crispies from the gelatinous classroom snack you remember into a dessert worth splurging on.
This super-simple, semi-homemade crowd pleaser will appeal to the kid in everyone.
A creamy marshmallow mint filling is sandwiched between two soft and chewy chocolate cookies.
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