No bonfire? No problem! You don’t have to have a fire blazing to enjoy the perfect mixture of graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate. Here’s 10 ways you can make s’mores without a campfire.
10 ways to make s’mores without a campfire
Make traditional s’mores on the grill. Assemble s’mores and place them on a square of foil. Place foil on warm grill and cover lid. Allow chocolate to get soft. Enjoy!
A twist with a kiss
Try a citrusy twist! Use a lemon cookie as your base. Top with a marshmallow, and warm in the microwave for a few seconds. Then finish off with a chocolate kiss on top.
Peanut butter lovers s'mores
For the peanut butter lover, spread marshmallow fluff on a graham cracker. Top with a layer of peanut butter, then a layer of chocolate frosting.
Chocolate lovers s'mores
Place marshmallows on chocolate graham crackers, then melt in the microwave and enjoy warm.
Make them in a cup! Use Reynolds Foil Baking Cups. Fill the bottom with graham cracker crumbs, and then add a layer of chocolate ganache, and top with mini marshmallows. Warm them up in the oven, or enjoy cold.
A savory surprise
Enjoy a savory surprise. Try mixing in bacon crumbles and bits of pretzel into a homemade marshmallow recipe.
Dip regular or chocolate graham crackers into marshmallow fluff. Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips. Store on Reynolds Parchment Paper to avoid sticking.
Bake them! Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Then build s’mores atop the parchment and place in the oven to cook a bunch all at once. When done, throw away the parchment and leave behind the sticky mess.
Mini mint s'mores
Make them mint. Start with chocolate covered mint cookies, and create a sandwich around marshmallow fluff.
Take large homemade or store-bought marshmallows and dip them in melted chocolate. Roll in graham cracker crumbs immediately, and let them cool and harden on parchment paper.