A giant version of the campfire classic. Say It With Cake sandwiches whipped ganache and Swiss meringue between layers of white cake.
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Take the campfire inside with these toasty marshmallow treats.
Marshmallow s'mores sandwiches made with caramel and chocolate-coated matzo crack.
With only a couple of extra steps you can make rice krispie treats that taste just like s'mores.
Yup, these gooey cereal bars of your childhood taste just as good now as they did then.
Throw some bourbon and maple syrup into homemade marshmallows as Max and Eli Sussman suggest in This is a Cookbook, and you've got an excellent adult-style treat. The brothers take their marshmallows one step further by incorporating them into a year-round take on s'mores (with ganache instead of Hershey's). These are no girl-scout dessert--they're boozy, sweet, and the sheer size of the marshmallows will gleefully turn even the most resolute health nut on the path to diabetes--but they're totally worth it.
These chunky campfire cookies include all your summer s'mores ingredients: chopped up Hershey's bars, graham crackers, and marshmallows.
This s'mores pie can't recreate the experience of hanging out around the campfire with your friends, but it does come close. From the graham cracker crust to the luscious chocolate filling and the bruleed marshmallow topping, it's the next best thing to an actual s'more.
Have you ever found yourself eating a chocolate cookie and thought to yourself that surely, surely there must be a way to heighten this delicious experience? This is the way. The answer is yes, and that thing is Pop-Tarts. More specifically, S'mores Pop-Tarts.
The marshmallows are a revised version of this practically instant-setting marshmallow recipe from Peeps Week '09. This recipe allows just enough time to spread in the pan before setting.
It combines all of the key flavor points of both the banana split and s'mores, but the delivery is a bit of a curveball: cakey banana-marshmallow cookies are lined with chocolate before sandwiching ice cream flecked with graham cracker bits.
This recipe is adapted from one we use at Liddabit, which was in turn adapted from the recipe from Nancy Silverton found on Smitten Kitchen.
While I used 1 cup of chocolate chips and 1 cup of peanut butter chips, you can adjust the ratio depending on your preference. From Cookie Madness Note for Salt Fiends: Substituting some of the chocolate chips with peanut butter...
In honor of my favorite summertime treat, I am sharing one of my favorite recipes: S'mores Tartlets. They are a little time-consuming to make, but well worth the effort—especially in January when winter is upon you and summer feels lightyears away. Made from a little shell of graham cracker sable, filled with semisweet chocolate ganache and topped with a dollop of charred marshmallow meringue, this bite-sized treat can be made anytime, along with a pitcher of lemonade, for a quick transport to a hot summer day.
If you haven't ever heightened your chocolate with a tiny blast of chile powder, then let me convince you why you should. You don't want to overdo the chile flavor—just use a touch of spiciness to bring out the rich chocolaty flavor. The sweetness of the chocolate floods the mouth at the start with just a splash of heat coming right at the end, like in this Spicy S'mores recipe, where a blast of cayenne transforms the chocolaty camp treat into a gooey, spicy bit of heaven.
I wanted a fun way to bring s'mores to a party. I doubted the hostess would be pleased if I showed up with a bag of marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate bars and asked if she would, kindly, set up a fire. So, I brought a s'more pie instead! My friends, a mix of folks who love to camp and those who don't, all agreed that the pie reminded them the classic campfire treat.