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S’mores: Making Great Outdoors GRR-Eat!!


Fires outside are perfect, but fires with s’mores are perfect times two! We have some recipes that will put your preconceived s’mores notions on its head. The best part of this article is trying them all! We hope that it encourages you to experiment with the candies and confections you already love just add a gooey warm marshmallow to it.

We all love the the original recipe:

graham crackers



Now here are some new ways to create toasted goodness:

Candied Bacon S’mores Recipe:

Graham cracker

dark chocolate


(candied bacon – coat some strips of bacon with brown sugar, place on an aluminum foil lined baking sheet, and bake in a 375 – 400°F oven for about 15-25 minutes, until the bacon is crispy.  Transfer to some paper towels to cool, and boom… candied bacon.)

Chocolate Peanut Butter S’mores Recipe:

Vanilla wafers


peanut butter


Salted Caramel S’mores Recipe:

Sugar cookie

salted caramel


Chocolate Peanut Butter S’mores Recipe:

Waffle cookie




The combinations can keep coming – switch out the graham cracker, add a different meltable sweet. Try a fruit like berries or bananas.

Let us know if you found the perfect combo!

Remember the fire outside sets the mood, but just sharing in the decadence with friends or family is really the point. If an open flame is not possible, a microwave will do. 15 seconds in a microwave is enough. Make sure the graham cracker or cookie or waffle is on the bottom.

During this experimental stage, flame or not, try pushing the envelope a little further. Marshmallows come in all kinds of flavors, try a strawberry flavor with a dark chocolate bar or another flavor. Here a just a few new flavors:

  • maple syrup
  • cinnamon
  • cotton candy
  • pumpkin spice

After that let the kids add even more, maybe food color or press M&M’s into the sides. Let your imaginations soar!

Once you have found the perfect combo, with the perfect marshmallow flavor, and other extras, find a great name. Make it part of the family legacy. If your s’more name is “Chocolate Explosion,” have a Chocolate Explosion Night marked on your calendar and get the family psyched for this special night!