10 S’mores Desserts That Don’t Require a Campfire
You’ll want to eat these creative twists on the classic treat all summer long.
Published May 21, 2017 5:45 AM
No matter which way you spin it, the combination of chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers will always be a popular summer treat. Take these flavors indoors by melting them together in a sweet dip, or sandwiching them inside a donut for a unique take on the traditional dessert.
Indoor S’mores Dip
Use graham crackers as vessels for this ooey gooey dip by Dessert for Two that’s both indulgent and surprisingly simple to make. Bonus: Cooking inside means fewer mosquitos.
5-Ingredient Skinny S’mores Milkshakes
Just when you thought classic s’mores couldn’t get any more decadent, Layers of Happiness created this. Although it looks sinful, it’s actually (kind of) healthy with ingredients like bananas, almond milk, and cocoa powder.
S’mores Cinnamon Rolls
Occasionally, an over-the-top breakfast is worth it. When that time comes, have this recipe by Crepes of Wrath on hand. Graham cracker dough is rolled up with melted chocolate and homemade marshmallow for a decadent treat that proves dessert for breakfast is completely acceptable.
Espresso Honey S’mores
This Cloudy Kitchen creation may look like the classic bonfire treat, but they are completely homemade using unique ingredients like fresh ground coffee in the crust and liquid honey in the marshmallows. Layer it all together using melted chocolate, and you won’t even miss the store-bought ingredients.
It’s not considered s’mores unless heavy cleanup is required. This take on a warm-weather dessert by The Merry Thought hits it out of the park by bringing two dessert favorites together in one big (delicious!) mess.
S’more Frozen Pops
Beat the heat by turning a warm, melted snack into a frozen one. These pops by Little Inspiration make a great after-school (or after work) snack.
S’mores Brownie Pie
Fruit pies usually get all the praise, but this pie recipe from Averie Cooks involves crispy ‘mallows and fudgy brownie filling. Sinful, drool-inducing, and everything you’re looking for in a post-BBQ dessert.
Individual tarts are ideal for a dinner party. In this recipe from Pastry Affair, the silky filling is made with melted chocolate and cream while the topping is made from egg whites and sugar and toasted to perfection.
Combine popcorn, golden grahams, and mini marshmallows together in a bowl, and then pour melted chocolate over it. That’s it. Get the easy recipe from Almost Super Mom.
No need to buy party treats when making them is this easy. Gimme Some Oven’s recipe makes 20 s’mores pops and only takes 10 minutes. Hosting made easy!