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Golden brown, gooey marshmallows, melted chocolate, and crunchy graham crackers? If you weren’t hungry, you’re probably craving a sweet s’more treat now!
Everyone loves a classic campfire s’more, but I bet you haven’t tried these mouthwatering variations on the treat! In honor of National S’mores Day on August 10th, we’ve rounded up the best s’more recipes you must try today. Whether you’re out camping, enjoying a campfire in your backyard, or baking up a dessert in the kitchen -gather up your marshmallows and chocolate- it’s time to get sweet!
With chocolate truffle centers and homemade marshmallow creme coatings, these treats are as delicious as they are rich. When toasted, the truffle pops aren’t sticky and easily become portable for bringing to an event where you may not have campfire access. Check out Ashlee’s video tutorial and watch how easy this dessert is to make.
Obviously you love s’mores if you’re still here reading, but how about chocolate chip cookies that are soft and chewy? If you’re anything like me, then soft and chewy cookies are where it’s at. Combine that with the flavor of s’mores and you’ll be in dessert heaven with Sally’s Baking Addiction recipe.
In case you haven’t figured it out, I have a big sweet tooth! In fact, brownies happen to be my go-to dessert. I didn’t think they could get any better but I stand corrected by LizaLouise and her s’more brownie recipe. These delectable treats are super easy to prepare and they’ll get rave reviews from everyone who tries them.
Not convinced by all these variations and still holding fast to the classic s’more? Then this recipe by Star512 is the one for you. While baked in the oven rather than toasted over an open fire, these s’more bars are pretty true to the taste and texture of the original s’mores treat.
Sometimes you want a s’more but it’s just too darn hot to bake or sit by a campfire. Enter these handheld treats by Six Sister’s Stuff. These mini cheesecakes take only 30 minutes to make, plus they’re a refreshing and cool way to get your marshmallow, graham cracker. and chocolate fix in.
Take s’mores to a whole new level with this s’mores pie recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod. Worried about the dreaded pie crust? Don’t be! This pie requires no crust as it’s more similar to a cookie; only a lot more gooey and rich.
Looking for a s’more dessert that’s a little more decadent? How about s’more eclairs from Bakers Royale? These eclairs have a roasted marshmallow center and a pastry dough that is made with finely crushed graham crackers. I can already image morning-time coffee or afternoon tea with one of these delights.
Talk about elegant…these near-bite size treats, also from Bakers Royale, almost look too good to eat. Nah, who are we kidding! The graham cracker macaron cookie is filled with toasted marshmallow and dipped in chocolate to create the perfect snackable treat.
Still looking for s’more ideas? (sorry for the pun -I had to!) Cool off with s’mores flavored ice cream from Food52. This refreshing treat is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Over indulgent? Perhaps, but that just mean you may want to save this s’mores french toast for an after dinner dessert as opposed to dining on it for breakfast. Kick your traditional french toast up a notch with marshmallow filling, graham cracker coated bread, and a Nutella drizzle topping.
A Classic Twist
Spice up your classic s’more. When it comes down to it at the end of the day when you’re out camping or sitting around the bonfire in your backyard, nothing beats a s’more. That doesn’t mean you can’t try a few twists though!
We want to know- which s’more recipe looks the best on this list? What’s your favorite variation on the traditional s’more? Share with us in the comments below.
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