10 Unique S'Mores Recipes That Will Have You Begging for S'More


SmoresS'mores are one of those treats that you never grow too old for. You loved them as a child, roasting the marshmallows over the bonfire at camp, and, as an adult, they still melt your heart (and taste buds).

And, though the classic graham cracker/marshmallow/chocolate concoction is nearly impossible to improve upon, there are still several other s'mores varieties that are definitely worth unbending that clothes hanger for.


The Elvis: The King made the peanut butter, bacon, and banana sandwich famous (sounds gross, but it's actually very good), so a s'mores version is graham crackers, peanut butter cup, marshmallow, and a banana slice. No bacon -- one of the few times that I don't think bacon would make it better.

Grasshopper: Graham crackers, Andes mints, and marshmallow.

Turtle: You've had turtle tracks ice cream, right? Same idea. Just add caramel and chopped pecans to the original s'more.

Oreo: Chocolate graham crackers, marshmallow, white chocolate, and Oreo crumbles.

Caribbean: Get a taste of the tropics with a Caribbean-themed s'more made of graham crackers, marshmallow, caramel, and coconut.

PB&J: The old-school favorite with a s'more twist -- graham crackers, marshmallow, peanut butter, and jelly.

Fruit Burst: Add your favorite fruits to the classic -- strawberries (my favorite), blueberries, cherries, etc.

Mexican: Graham crackers, marshmallows, milk chocolate, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Burst of Color: Though it doesn't really change the taste, adding rainbow sprinkles to the classic sure makes it pretty.

Banana Split: Take the delicious frozen treat and turn it into a s'more -- graham crackers, marshmallow, chocolate, strawberries, bananas, and nuts.

I don't know about you, but I'm ready to start a bonfire.

Have you ever tried any of these versions? Have any other s'mores recipes to share?


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frysh... fryshannon34

I have never tried but will be sure to now!Yum

sodapple sodapple

they all sound delicious =-)

tonya... tonyalynn

ive never had a smore,but i wanna try one.

clean... cleanaturalady

We just came home from camping.  We made s'mores with cinnamon graham crackers.  Very tasty.

Pnukey Pnukey

We love the classics, but the grasshopper and mexican varieties sound awesome.

tazdvl tazdvl

You lost me at Andes mints

nonmember avatar Jillian

Reese's peanut butter cup s'mores! Use reeses instead of chocolate-- Another Lake Huron summer favorite is replacing the graham crackers with chocolate chip cookies YUM.

nonmember avatar Ce

We sometimes make "poorman smores"...use Keebler fudge striped cookies and a marshmallow...

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