Homemade cappuccino marshmallows and cappuccino cookies take your typical summer s’mores up a notch. Enjoy these sweet bites for the rest of summer and into fall around a warm fire.
Take your dark, espresso brownies, top them with a brown butter streusel, a fleur de sel ganache, and toasted meringue and you have yourself some dreamy s’mores brownies.
These grilled peach s’mores are assembled on a stick and easy to make over your next summer campfire. Pair with Moscato wine for a scrumptious treat.
This No Bake Whiskey Smores Pie is a slice of Summer Heaven! There are layers of dark chocolate whisky ganache, milk chocolate mousse and fluffy toasted marshmallow in the perfect graham cracker crust. Go ahead…help yourself to another slice.
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.
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.
Forgo the waiting in the cold by the bonfire for the sticky sweet treat. Keep warm inside and enjoy the classic favorite with a fall or winter twist.
One of the best ways to enjoy the outdoor season is to make food together over a fire. Head outdoors and gather your tinder for our favorite smokey foods.
Grill season means BBQ, burgers and…dessert? Here are ten desserts, including chocolate nachos, to throw on the barbie.
With a touch of cayenne, sweet and spicy grilled peaches are sandwiched between marshmallow and graham crackers. Kebob the fillings and try over a campfire, too.
Dianna Muscari serves up what might well be the ultimate sweet holiday treat.
In this decadent rendition of one of summer’s favorite treats, fudge is dipped in marshmallow creme and rolled in crushed graham crackers.
Break out these frozen treats at your Labor Day gathering for sweet and nostalgic end to the summer.
This super-simple, semi-homemade crowd pleaser will appeal to the kid in everyone.