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More S'mores Than You Know What to Do With

More S'mores Than You Know What to Do With

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August 10, 2012

S'mores Brownies

Enjoy your favorite dessert s'mores-style with this recipe from Kris Schoels.

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Back Deck S'mores

The backyard grilling experts at the Back Deck in Boston, Massachussets, put a spin on the s'more with espresso-infused marshmallows.

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S'mores on a Stick

Looking for a way to serve s'mores at your next dinner party? This whimsical recipe from Kris Schoels makes them easy to enjoy without the sticky mess.

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S'mores Pudding in a Jar

Enjoy s'mores with a spoon with this pudding recipe.

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No campfire? No problem. This S'more to Love S'more maker makes it easy for you to whip them up without the struggle of a bonfire.

Individual S'more Tarts

This recipe infuses the camping treat with sophistication, with homemade marshmallow topping the endearing little tarts.

Click here to see the Individual S'more Tarts Recipe.

Mystery S'more Package

Anne Dolce

And last but certainly not least, our mysterious s'mores package, sent from the unknown to the Cook Editors here at The Daily Meal without a rhyme or reason. What would you do with this mystery s'mores ingredients?


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.


5 S'mores Recipe Hacks You Need to Know

Nothing screams "summer" quite like roasting marshmallows around the campfire and constructing the perfect s'more. And while the traditional graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate combo is delicious, why not try mixing things up during these sweltering summer months? Get a little adventurous and check out all five of these mouthwatering s'mores hacks.

Add ice cream

What's better than making s'mores? Making ice cream sandwich s'mores, of course. If you want to take your s'mores to a whole new level on a hot summer's day, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream to cool you down. Your taste buds will thank you.

Turn them into cupcakes

Who says that s'mores have to just be two graham crackers, a marshmallow, and chocolate? You can put a sweet spin on a classic campfire treat by making s'more cupcakes. An added bonus? You won't get all of those sticky marshmallows all over your hands.

Swap your chocolate

Traditional s'mores typically use milk chocolate, but that doesn't mean you can't mix it up. Swap the Hershey's bar for Nutella instead and you'll get a hazelnut kick. Or, if you're feeling much more adventures, try a flavored chocolate or one with fruit and nuts in it.

Grab the Rolos

Like to multitask? Combine marshmallows with chocolatey goodness by stuffing Rolos in them before roasting. The end result will be a mouthful of gooey sweetness.

Make it indoors

Don't have a campfire for marshmallow roasting? No problem. You can make s'mores in a skillet by layering your chocolate of choice with marshmallows in the pan and broiling until the marshmallows become golden brown. Good news: No one will be able to tell the difference from traditional s'mores.