24 Creative Ways to Make Classic SmoresBabble Editors
S’mores are pretty much the ideal dessert. A little bit of crunch from the graham cracker, a little bit of chocolate, and a whole bunch of ooey, gooey melted marshmallow. But with a flavor combination as magnificent as this, why limit yourself?
With a little time, a little imagination, and this list, there are countless (okay … 24) ways you can be whipping up s’mores before your little ones come running into the kitchen asking for … you guessed it … s’more!!
This recipe is made with classic vanilla ice cream, but just imagine the crazy flavor combinations you could play with! Rocky Road S’more Ice Cream Sandwiches, anyone?
One word — YUM.
No better way to put a little pizzazz in these traditional Purim cookies than with melty marshmallow and chocolate!
These mouthwatering bars are the perfect no-bake treat to make in the summer when you don’t want your oven to heat up the kitchen.
This recipe combines Arcoiris marshmallow cookies and Mexican chocolate for an inspired kick on the classic s’more.
Yes, you read that correctly. We’ve created s’mores in drinkable form. All you need is a blender!
If it’s just too hot for melted marshmallows, sub in some Cool Whip for a treat that’ll cool you down when the temps rise.
Who said you shouldn’t play with your food? Get creative with these Lego-shaped s’mores. Stack ’em, make ’em, then eat ’em!
Bring the campfire indoors with this easy fondue recipe. Just think of them as dippable s’mores.
Swap a couple toasted waffles in for graham crackers and you’ve got an excuse to eat s’mores for breakfast.
The thing that takes these chocolate chip-studded graham cracker cupcakes to the next level is the toasted-marshmallow topping. No need to worry about frosting melting in the summer heat.
Melted to perfection in a toaster oven, these fun-size s’mores give you a bite of decadence without the guilt.
Pack these granola bars for a summer vacation road trip to keep your kids happy (and quiet!)
Toss graham crackers and toasted marshmallows into classic brownie batter for an ooey-gooey treat that’s anything but ordinary.
Filled with chocolate pudding and topped with giant marshmallows, this insanely good pie brings s’mores out of the campfire and into your oven!
Here’s another way to transform the goodness of s’mores into pie form. The whipped marshmallow filling in this delightfully sticky dessert will have your kids begging for more!
Who says s’mores have to be hot and melty? Cool off on sticky summer nights by making this famous Dairy Queen blizzard copycat at home.
A fruity whoopie pie morphs brilliantly with s’mores for a sinfully good dessert. Feeling extra devilish? Drizzle with caramel sauce before digging in.
No need for a campfire here; simply melt a marshmallow in the microwave and sandwich it between Nutella and graham crackers for an extra-special treat.
If graham crackers aren’t fancy enough cookies for you, choose a cooke you love to star in your s’mores, like these tea party-ready digestives.
Everyone’s favorite marshmallow bunnies take the place of plain ol’ marshmallows in these s’mores. Turn the treats into lollipops by sticking the Peeps on a stick!
Kill two birds with one stone with Russell Stover chocolate-covered marshmallows. Just add two graham crackers and you’re good to go!
Already feel like you’re roasting? This treat will give you all the flavors you love in a traditional s’more without the heat from a campfire.