Summertime S'mores Recipes
Quick Banana and Milk Chocolate S'mores
Create an irresistible banana and chocolate treat--no campfire required! Fluffy marshmallow creme replaces whole marshmallows, and sliced banana is a welcome addition.
Sheet Pan S'mores
This summertime treat is perfect for a potluck. They are great served at room temperature, but if you want, pop the pan into a warm (250°) oven for 1 or 2 minutes just until the chocolate softens for the full gooey experience.
S'mores Ice Cream Sandwiches
Get a double dose of chocolate and marshmallow by layering traditional s'mores with a scoop of rocky road ice cream.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter S'mores
Anyone who's outgrown the kiddie classic will love this version—gooey-sweet melted marshmallow tempered by bittersweet chocolate cookies and salty roasted peanuts.
The Ultimate S'more
The ultimate in campground dining, made with homemade graham crackers and marshmallows.
Peanut Butter S'Mores Bars
Lose the guilt when you snack on one of these lightened bar cookies. A peanut butter cookie bases replaces graham crackers and then is topped with marshmallow cream, peanuts, and chocolate chips.
You don't have to drive to your favorite coffee shop to be sipping on this glorious chocolate and coffee drink. Just throw all the ingredients together in a blender and enjoy a refreshing summer sweet treat. Bonus: You probably have most of the ingredients on hand already. What are you waiting for?
Using the three classic s'more ingredients, this sweet treat is prepared under the broiler and uses cinnamon graham crackers. For an adult-friendly option, use spiced chocolate.
Decadent S'mores Tiramisù
Try a twist on classic Tiramisù with this chocolate and marshmallow-inspired version. It makes the perfect cool and creamy chocolate treat to enjoy when the weather warms up.
Make the sandwiches when the ice cream is still soft, just after coming out of the ice-cream freezer. You can eat them right after they're made, or wrap the sandwiches in plastic, freeze them, and enjoy them for an easy dessert or quick snack later.
No campfire needed for this clever dessert. You can enjoy these familiar flavors year-round indoors!
S'mores Cookie Bars
Graham cracker crumbs, marshmallow topping, and milk chocolate chips baked into a bar is a fun twist on this iconic graham cracker dessert.
Grilled Banana S'mores
Be sure to use firm, ripe bananas. Super-ripe bananas will be hard to skewer and may fall through the grill rack.
Peanut Butter Pound Cake S'mores
In this takeoff on the campfire classic, graham crackers are replaced with buttery store-bought pound cake, sandwiched with marshmallow fluff and peanut butter and served alongside a cup of warm melted chocolate for dipping.
Gluten-Free S'more Bars
For kids with gluten intolerance, it's important to create a few desserts that taste as good as the real thing. This one sure does.
Fresh raspberries give the classic s'more a fresh summertime flavor. This after-dinner treat can be made under the broiler or by the campfire.
At less than $1.50 per serving, this fast dessert tops homemade chocolate pudding with mini marshmallows and crumbled graham crackers. Use commercial chocolate pudding cups for an instant, no-cook treat.
Pound Cake S'mores
Instead of using traditional graham crackers to complete your s'more, the base becomes soft, moist pound cake. Drizzle with caramel topping and nuts.
Hazelnut-Sugar Cookie S'mores
In this takeoff of the campfire classic, we replaced the customary graham crackers with sugar cookies. We slathered them with chocolate-hazelnut spread, sprinkled them with dried apricots and hazelnuts, and, of course, sandwiched them with marshmallows.