Jazz Up Your S’mores with These 7 S’more Recipes

Homemade smores

Almost everyone loves the ooey-gooey goodness of s’mores, and they’re such an easy dessert to put together. In fact, one of the best parts of a campfire is the opportunity to roast marshmallows to crispy perfection and sandwich them with your favorite chocolate in between two graham crackers. There’s nothing wrong with the original recipe, but you’ll love these variations. Try something new with these seven s’mores recipes.

Candied Bacon S’mores

To candy your bacon, coat strips of bacon in brown sugar. Then, bake them on a lined baking sheet in the oven between 375℉ and 400℉ for 18-20 minutes or whenever your bacon is crispy. Cool the bacon on paper towels, then assemble your s’mores as usual but with a candied bacon layer. Make an extra batch because these s’mores will go fast.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Nutella S’mores

Don’t listen to the people who say there’s too much chocolate in this s’mores recipe because you don’t need that kind of negativity. You can bake the cookies yourself or buy premade crispy chocolate chip cookies. Spread some Nutella on one cookie. Then, roast your marshmallow and assemble this epic, chocolatey goodness.

Chocolate Covered Potato Chip S’mores

The salty chip and the sweetness of the s’mores go perfectly together. Melt some chocolate using a double boiler method, and then dip potato chips partially in the melted chocolate. Let the chips cool on a sheet of wax paper until you’re ready to get toasting.

Rice Krispies Treats S’mores

It’s a smashup of two delicious desserts to make a super-dessert. Whip up some Rice Krispie treats yourself, or buy them premade from the store and slice a square in half. Instead of graham crackers, you’ll use the treats to sandwich your chocolate and marshmallow. It’s a match made in heaven.

Snickers S’mores

There’s no law that says you can’t swap plain chocolate out for another kind. So, slice a Snickers bar in half to make it easier to take bites of this s’more. The combination of the chocolate, caramel, nougat, and peanuts with the toasted marshmallow is divine.

The Elvis S’mores

If you’re feeling guilty about all of these s’mores recipes, then switch gears to the Elvis s’more. Instead of chocolate, pair your melted marshmallow with a swipe of peanut or nut butter and a few slices of banana.

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Caramel Delite S’mores

Here’s a more decadent chocolate-free s’more. Melt some caramel and drizzle on one graham cracker. Sprinkle some toasted coconut flakes and then mash your gooey marshmallow on and top with another graham cracker. You won’t even miss the chocolate.

Get creative with the simple s’more, and you can make some truly delicious snacks. Try doing a taste-test party and have your family or friends rank their favorite recipes!

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