Leave it to Alice of
Savory Sweet Life to come with a super easy and practical way to get
authentic s’mores without a campfire. Only a broiler required is
required for this traditional s’mores recipe.
of the many glorious things about s’mores is how messy they get–but it
turns out that cute is good, too.These lovely looking S’mores Bites by
Jaclyn of Cooking Classy are made with kisses (or Rolos, if you like
caramel) and are just the right size for little hands. So pretty and
just melty enough to make a teeny mess if that’s part of the fun for
know that chocolate and peanut butter go well together, but chocolate,
peanut butter and marshmallow? Have no doubt: it’s even better. These Chocolate Peanut Butter S’mores are proof. Since the recipe from Sunset magazine only calls for 3 store bought items I dare you to verify. (Photo by Leo Gong; Styling by Dan Becker)
the Novice Chef work: you spread cookie dough on a graham cracker, top
it with a piece of chocolate and a warm, roasted marshmallow, and
squeeze the whole thing closed with another graham cracker. Watch the
marshmallow ooze, then take a bite.
to get a little closer to nature with your s’mores? Then fire up the
grill and grab some fruit. Aida Mollenkamp’s recipe for Grilled Banana S’mores is a home-friendly version of the classic camping snack that comes together in 11 minutes flat.
by Karen Adler & Judith Fertig. Their version is very chichi, made
with baguette–clever idea for a cocktail party sweet.Though if you’ll
be enjoying these with the kids, I say stick with graham crackers. (Photo by: Steve Legato)
by Adam and Joanne from Inspired Taste. Poke, dip, roll, dry. Repeat
just a few times for a quick family dessert or many times over for a
party. No, the marshmallows aren’t melty, but you can’t put real s’mores
in a party favor bag either.
of Cooking, you can make them at home with just 5 ingredients, in 3 easy
steps. And this time, there’s really no melty mess–I promise you won’t miss it.