Best Smores Ideas
Creative Smores Ideas For Your Next Bonfire Party or Camping Trip
The first must-have for any great bonfire is a S’Mores Bar! You can also have a Chili Bar or a Popcorn Bar too but you must have a S’Mores Bar and keep it interesting with some fun smores ideas like the combinations below. We have tried a lot of smores ideas to come up with this list of the very best. Drum roll, please… Here are some tried and true smores ideas we like to make.
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S’Mores Ideas – Best S’Mores Recipes
- The Classic: Graham Cracker – Hershey’s chocolate – Marshmallow
- The Jiminy Cricket – Keebler Grasshopper cookies – Hershey’s chocolate – Marshmallow
- The Elvis Presley – Graham Cracker – Peanut Butter – Banana – Marshmallow
- The S’Moreo – Oreos – Hershey’s chocolate – Marshmallow
- The Cookie Monster – Chocolate Chip Cookies – Hershey’s chocolate – Marshmallow
- The Black Forest – Cherry – Chocolate Graham Crackers – The Lindt Cherry Intense Chocolate – Marshmallows
- The Banana Split – Shortbread Cookies – Banana Slices – Lindt Cherry Intense Chocolate – Strawberry Marshmallow
- The Ginger – Gingerbread cookies – Hershey Chocolate – Marshmallow
- The Banana Cream – Nilla Wafers – Banana Slices – Marshmallow
- The Milano – Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies – Marshmallow
- The Nutty Buddy – Chocolate Graham Cracker – Peanut Butter Cup – Marshmallow
Make Indoor Smores
- While everyone probably agrees that smores are best when made around a campfire, things can happen and plans can get changed, Fear not! You can make these in your oven.
- Turn on your broiler and place your rack in the top position.
- Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or spray with non-stick spray.
- Place your bottom cookie or cracker with the piece of whatever candy or chocolate you are using.
- Place your top cookie or cracker with your marshmallow on top of it.
- Your top and bottom stay side by side while roasting.
- Now place the pan under the broiler and let them toast. Don’t walk away. These will go from golden to burnt in a blink. I don’t even close the oven door. I just stand back and watch them,
- As soon as your marshmallows have reached your desired level of golden remove the pan.
- Now you can carefully stack. They will be hot so wear a kitchen mitt.
- Let them cool for just a minute and then enjoy them!.
Are you inspired to make some ooey-gooey wonderful smores now? Which one would you try first? Let us know in the comments section below which smores ideas you like best. I confess that I love The Black Forest one best. T is all about The Cookie Monster. Mr. Wonderful loves The Nutty Buddy. Have you created a smores recipe idea that you think we would love? Share it in the comments below. We love to hear from you!
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