5 Ways to Get Your S’mores Fix this Summer

S’mores are ooey-gooey morsels of pure deliciousness and arguably one of the best parts of summer. Melted chocolate and roasted marshmallows squished between two Graham crackers, traditionally made on an open campfire or fire pit. For some of us, however, getting to an open fire can be challenging. Never fear – there are plenty of way to get your s’mores fix, with or without a fire.
S’mores popcorn has all the delicious flavors of the classic s’more, with a lighter feel. Make your popcorn the way you normally do, then toss in a couple tablespoons of melted butter and ½ a cup of crushed graham crackers.
Add a handful of mini marshmallows, then toss again. Spread the mixture onto parchment paper, and drizzle melted chocolate over it. Let the chocolate harden, and enjoy. Note: this is a kid-friendly favorite.
Cast-Iron Skillet
This is the perfect way to make a large-batch dessert for you summer dinner party or barbeque, and all you need is a cast iron skillet and your stove.
Simply preheat your oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, fill the bottom of your cast iron skillet with a layer of chocolate chips, then a layer of mini-marshmallows. Put it in the oven until the tops of your marshmallows are golden brown. Use graham crackers to scoop out the melty goodness.
Adult’s Only – Jameson Dipped
For a fun, adult spin on the classic treat, try dipping your marshmallows in Bailey’s after you roast them. Then, just put them on your s’mores as you normally would, and enjoy.
Try something new…
Sometimes it’s good to try something new, especially when that something new is delicious. The classic s’more is delicious – but there are so many other options. Try subbing out the milk chocolate with dark chocolate, cookies and cream chocolate or even peanut butter cups! You can also try add-ons, like spreading room temperature cookie dough or hazelnut spread on the Graham cracker.
An elevated S’more…For Brunch?
Instead of Graham crackers, place your melted chocolate and marshmallows on either side of a fresh biscuit. Add a generous helping of strawberries on one-half, then top with the other half of the biscuit. A decadent, sweet brunch perfect for summer.