S'mores Galore!

Chocolate S'Mores
Ooey-gooey s'mores aren't just for the campfire anymore. Try the sticky-sweet summer favorite any time of the year with our delicious twists on traditional s'mores recipes. Our recipes for s'mores offer fun new ways to get your s'mores fix.

Grown-Up S'mores

Give sticky s'mores an unexpected makeover with toppings and fillings that are all grown up. We've layered raspberries between the gooey marshmallow and melty chocolate, plus added a sprinkle of rosemary and orange peel to the mix.

White Chocolate and Jam S'mores

New flavors transform traditional s'mores into a showstopping affair. Rich and creamy white chocolate and sticky blackberry jam add an air of elegance to the campfire sweet.

S'mores go way beyond the campfire with incredible mix-ins and adorable sprinkles. Get our favorite three ways to fix 'em!

S'Mores, In Action

See our three favorite better-than-a-chocolate-bar s'mores ideas.

Toasted S'mores Cocktail

The secret to our s'mores-inspired cocktail lies in the ice -- we've smoked the cubes to add extra campfire flavor to every sip. The secret: Smoke the ice in a pan until it melts, then refreeze the water.

Mini S'mores

Looking for a no-fuss dessert that's cute, easy, and ready in just 15 minutes? We've got you covered. All you need to make the s'mores recipes are graham crackers, mini marshmallows, melted chocolate, and a handful of colorful sprinkles.

Chocolaty Caramel-Nut S'more Bars

Grab these scrumptious s'more bars before they're gone! Melty-smooth caramel brings together the sweet flavors of milk chocolate, marshmallows, and a delicious peanut butter wafer crust to make one sweet treat.

Grilled S'mores Cake with Easy Chocolate Sauce

Turn to your grill to make a wow-worthy s'mores dessert. Our take on the classic marshmallow treat features a base of grilled pound cake topped with traditional s'mores ingredients.

Strawberry Banana S'mores

Fresh fruit, such as sweet strawberries and banana slices, amp up the fun factor in these tasty s'mores. Bonus: Each treat is ready after just 15 seconds in the microwave!

Chocolate Revel S'mores Tart

Mimic your fave ooey-gooey delight in our impressive s'mores tart. All the classic ingredients -- chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers -- find a home in this mouthwatering dessert recipe.

Super Easy S'mores

Got 10 minutes? That's all the time you need to make our microwavable s'mores. Add some fun to these kid-friendly treats by spreading on a little peanut butter and adding colorful sprinkles.

Campfire S'mores Bread Pudding

Wow your friends and family with sweet bread pudding -- s'more-style! Use hot dog buns as the base, then pour marshmallows, chocolate, and a milk mixture over all. Both adults and kids will love the campground-inspired treat.

S'more Fondue

Don't let the weather outside ruin your plans for toasty s'mores. Put your milk chocolate and marshmallows in a slow cooker for some delish fondue that's just begging to be dipped into.

Coconut Fruit S'mores

Sweet blackberries and tropical coconut add a fruity twist to traditional s'mores. Don't worry, though: We're keeping the marshmallows, sweet chocolate, and crunchy graham crackers. Try these tasty skewers at your next summer party!

Inside-Out S'mores Brownies

Brownies meet s'mores in our potluck-perfect bar recipe. In less than 30 minutes you'll have a chocolaty treat that captures all the fun of the classic campfire dessert.

White Chocolate and Blackberry S'mores

These toasty treats are the ticket to winning over guests at your next get-together. They'll love our twist on the childhood classic that features blackberry jam and smooth white chocolate.

Blaze-a-Trail Mix

On the go? Take your s'mores with you! Combine honey graham cereal, puffy marshmallows, and chocolate chips to make a tasty road-trip snack.

Chocolate S'mores

S'mores aren't just for summer anymore. We smothered creamy marshmallows and melty milk chocolate between homemade cocoa cookies for a warm winter treat. For a festive touch, use holiday cookie cutters to create cute shapes in your cookies. Sprinkle coarse sugar on top to add a snowy effect.

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