One of the great things about writing for CampZing is that I occasionally get to test out some camping recipes. This one was a sweet treat. Who knew there were so many ways to cook a s’more?
1. Add peanut butter to traditional s’mores.
Love peanut butter and chocolate? This one is a no-brainer.
2. Use a cast iron skillet for indoors s’mores.
For those cool fall evenings when even a campfire isn’t enough.
3. Fill the center with your favorite cookie dough!
This trick will add a little something special to the basic s’more. Be careful, they’re addictive.
4. Add Hershey Cookies and Crème for an ice cream s’more.
This one really doesn’t need much explanation. Can I have another one please?
5. For us grown-ups – you know what to do!
Smore’s aren’t just for the kids. Choose your favorite flavored rum, or stick with Baileys!
6. What’s better than graham crackers? Donut s’mores.
I am pretty sure my doctor will stop seeing me when he finds out I’ve been eating these for breakfast.
7. Everything is better with a thin mint shoved in it.
Seriously, thank you Girl Scouts of America for the cookie that made the s’more even better.
8. Crumble your crackers and make them inside out.
For the neat freaks, or just people who hate sticky fingers.
9. Use Keebler fudge ripples, yum.
This one runs a close second to the thin mint. Seriously, have one!
10. Here’s how Martha Stewart would do it! Cookie cutter and a kiss.
For patient people. You know, not the guy who eats his with the marshmallows still glowing.
11. Nutella s’mores for those “I’m not a fan of chocolate” campers.
For those poor souls who do not understand the joys of milk chocolate. I guess this will have to do.
12. Two classics meet in the PBJ s’more, every five-year-old’s dream lunch.
I have a couple of kids who would live on these and nothing else! Be warned, this is the sloppiest of the bunch.
Can’t get enough? Here’s a bunch more s’mores recipes.