6 Ways to Upgrade your S’more
With this weather we’ve been having, we knew a perfect post for today would be all about our favorite campfire snack, s’mores! Here are 6 awesome and delicious ways to make your s’more worthy of a gourmet award. Have other awesome ideas? Leave them in our comments!
Peanut butter (or soy nut butter) makes everything better. So does bacon.
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Handheld Lemon Meringue Pie
That’s right, this recipe is like a single serving of lemon meringue pie. You’ll need graham crackers and your marshmallow still, but swap our your
chocolate for a spoonful of lemon curd or lemon pie filling. Mix it up and add some key lime pie filling for an extra kick.
All Things Caramel
Chocolate, a sprinkle of crunchy sea salt, and rich, smooth, caramel make pretty much everything better. Cover your chocolate (try dark chocolate on this one!) with a spoonful of caramel (try a caramel or toffee icecream topping sauce) and a sprinkle of coarse sea salt before adding your perfectly roasted marshmallow. Or you can swap out the sea salt and add some toasted coconut for a Samoa S’more!
Go savory! Trade your marshmallow for mozzarella
Sometimes we’re craving something on the savory side and this is a favorite. Substitute your graham crackers for whole wheat crackers, trade your marshmallow for a mini mozzarella ball, and instead of chocolate try chopped basil and your favorite sliced tomato. So tasty!
Mexican Hot Chocolate
Just add a light dusting of cinnamon and chili powder over your chocolate for a sweet and hot treat!
Rethink your form
When you’re craving that gooey s’more goodness but can’t light a campfire, try this baked s’more cup with a graham cracker base and marshmallow and chocolate melted in the middle. Check out this recipe for all the delicious details.
No matter how you spin it, s’more are a camp tradition we love that are good year-round. With your basic graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate, the options are as limitless as your creativity!