Did you know today is National S'mores Day? Here at Neatorama, this is a real holiday with a lot of clout -which means celebrating the day to its fullest. Sure, fair weather s'mores fans will probably make a basic s'more and reflect on campfire memories from their youth, but if you really love the sweet treats, then you know there's a lot more you can do with graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallow than making a nice warm sandwich. In fact, we've compiled enough recipes for you to eat s'mores all day -including for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
By working some marshmallow and chocolate chips into your pancakes as they cook and then covering them with marshmallow, graham cracker crumbs and chocolate chips, Bombshell Bling made a reasonably healthy breakfast loaded with all the makings of heaven. To really maximize your s'moreness, you could also try spreading Nutella and then marshmallow fluff on top of the pancakes before quickly popping them under the broiler for that toasty marshmallow magic.
For a more traditional French take on s'more pancakes, Bombshell Bling suggests trying your hand at s'mores crepes. These are, just as you may expect, simply crepes loaded with marshmallow fluff, chocolate syrup and graham cracker crumbs, but when it comes to s'mores, simplicity is often simply amazing. Again, if you really want to up your s'mores game though, try making your crepes with graham flour.
For those who prefer the delicious nooks and crannies of a waffle over those flat old pancakes, Mom on Time Out suggests making s'mores out of Eggo minis dipped in chocolate. Granted, you lose the graham flavor, but that delicious, buttery waffle taste more than makes up for it.
Here's another twist on a breakfast classic -French toast stuffed with toasted marshmallow and chocolate and crusted in crushed graham cracker. BS in the Kitchen even went so far as to only use the roasted marshmallow skins since the rest of the mallow would be too much gooeyness.
What's better than a cinnamon roll? How about one loaded with chocolate and covered in toasted marshmallows? This recipe by Steph's Bite By Bite sounds utterly amazing, but the pictures are even more mouth watering.
Yes, most of the s'mores listed here have pretty straightforward names, but what else do you call a s'more made with s'more Pop Tarts in place of graham crackers? Dude Foods understands that for maximum s'moreness, you have to think outside the box.
S'mores and donuts were pretty much made to be together, and a quick search on Google reveals plenty of people have combined the two in a variety of manners. If you really want to capture the trifecta of chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker though, I recommend this recipe by Half Baked Harvest, which incorporates homemade graham cracker donuts and homemade beer marshmallows.
A quesadilla maker is a fun tool to have, but sometimes you get tired of cheese. For those times, Dude Foods suggests melting chocolate and marshmallows, crushing graham crackers before putting them between your tortillas. Of course, even then the cooking process makes quite a mess.
Ask most s'more fanatics and they'll tell you that a real s'more needs to be cooked over a campfire. Unfortunately, most recipes inspired by the dessert can't be cooked that way. These tacos by camarochix72 though are actually designed to be grilled and though they use a barbecue, you could easily adapt the recipe for campfire cooking.
It is pretty easy to add a tortilla to your s'more, but this s'morrito takes the treat to a whole new level by adding peanut butter, jelly and bacon. The Vulgar Chef doesn't include a recipe with this photo, but if you know how to make a burrito and a s'more, you probably shouldn't need any extra help.
Don't feel like Mexican? Well how about red-blooded American? These s'mores chicken wings by Dude Foods were created by smothering marshmallow cream all over grilled chicken wings and then rolling the sticky wings in graham crackers. Lastly, the wings are drizzled with melted Hershey's bars.
If you were reading this wondering when Epic Meal Time would get involved with the s'morgasm of recipes here, well, now's the time. Their bacon s'more burgers feature patties stuffed with marshmallow cream and chocolate, topped with cherry-coke-infused beef bacon, Nutella and giant marshmallows, all on a giant graham cracker bun. The burgers are even served up with a side of red velvet onion rings for an extra serving of dessunch.
Looking for something a little lighter? Well, I don't know why you're looking for it in an article about s'mores, but this s'mores apple salad by Something Swanky is the closest thing you'll get to health food here. Aside from apples, this salad also contains chocolate chips, pudding, Cool Whip, mini marshmallows and graham cracker crumbles.
Many of these recipes incorporate ingredients from the inspiration along with s'more ingredients. That is not the case when it comes to Beyond Frosting's s'mores lasagna. This calorie-laden wonder features chocolate, graham crackers, chocolate pudding, marshmallow fluff and chocolate whipped cream layered together like the famous Italian casserole.
There are infinite ways to make pizza and one of those happens to be with a graham cracker crust covered with marshmallow cream, chocolate, marshmallows and crushed graham crackers. She Knows has the recipe to make this kid-friendly recipe at home.
One of the more surprising ways you can serve up some s'mores involves a little bit of molecular gastronomy magic. Dude Foods used agar powder, a syringe and tubes to turn chocolate and marshmallows into strands of pasta. He served it all up with crumbled graham crackers, but if you really want to sell the spaghetti element, you could always make graham meatballs and a spaghetti sauce from red velvet cake batter.
I have a handful of foods that I couldn't go without. This Lil' Piglet's campfire apple s'more nachos recipe combines two of them -nachos and s'mores. Still, if I made these myself I'd have to add in one more nachos element by incorporating some cheese in the mix, probably brie.
Granted, Mom On Time Out calls these s'mores Rice Krispies treats pinwheels, one look at both the picture and the process can convince you that it's actually s'more sushi.
Need to wash down your s'mores? Why not try a s'more? This s'more milkshake from Sprinkle Some Sugar blends chocolate ice cream, marshmallows and milk and is served up with a chocolate drizzle and crumbled graham cracker bits.
For a more adult s'more beverage, Food Network suggests making a cinnamon-vanilla vodka blend and then combining it with Drambuie, chocolate liquor, chocolate bitters. Scoop a honey and heavy cream blend on the top and serve the whole thing up in a glass rimmed with marshmallow fluff dipped in graham crackers and garnished with a toasted marshmallow.
If you want to combine two of your childhood favorites, consider making some s'mores Jell-o shots served up in a hallowed marshmallow. That's So Michelle can tell you how, but don't plan on getting more than a sugar buzz on these shots alone considering how little booze is in each mallow.
Fire Pit Cake
If you're gonna make a s'mores cake, you might as well pay tribute to the birthplace of the s'more, the classic campfire, the same way Table Spoon did. Of course, the delicious treat should still have all the makings of a real s'more, and this brownie cake has a graham cracker and toasted marshmallow crust and a chocolate ganache and marshmallow filling.
Of course, if you really, really love s'mores, maybe you should consider incorporating the treat into your wedding ceremony. This impressive cake, made by Wanna Cupcake, doesn't just have s'more decorations. The inside features chocolate and graham cakes topped with marshmallow buttercream.
Puff pastry is one of those things that can only make things better, just like peanut butter, so baking a s'more inside a turnover and adding a little peanut butter for good measure could only be amazing. Need proof? Just look at this picture from Recipe Girl.
It would be simple enough to go to Cold Stone and order chocolate ice cream with some marshmallows and graham crackers mixed in. But Food 52's s'more ice cream brings the treat to a whole new level of greatness by adding chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers to a burnt marshmallow custard ice cream.
Chocolate-covered strawberries are great, but if you can't get enough s'mores, you can always try enjoying the two together at last. Bombshell Bling has the instructions, but it basically comes down to dipping strawberries into marshmallow fluff and then roasting the mallow topping before dipping the berries into melted chocolate and then graham cracker crumbs.
You don't want to celebrate National S'mores Day without man's best friend, do you? Of course not! But you can't give Fido any of your s'more treats since chocolate is bad for puppies. Instead, make your pooch these tasty puppy dog s'mores with pooch-friendly carob thanks to Living Better Together.
In case you were wondering, yes, writing this article did desperately make me crave s'mores so I made a Nutella, Eggo, marshmallow fluff and graham cracker crumbs breakfast while I was writing.
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