S’mores: they’re the undeniable sign that summer has arrived. In honor of our favorite summertime treat, we’ve rounded up the best (and most unique) s’mores recipes from around the web, everything from s’mores made in the oven to a decadent peanut butter version. No need for a campfire: read on for the best s’mores around, indoor or outdoor style.
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Sometimes you just need some tasty fruit to go with your s'mores to make it even better. Try out one of the most unique s'more recipes!
Peanut Butter Marshmallow Cookie
Check out this s'mores cookie! It's the best of a s'more, packed inside cookie dough, giving a delicious treat.
Doesn't this s'mores charcuterie plate scream summer? Snag the recipe from Dinner at the Zoo and get it plated up for a special occasion.
Pretzel Peanut Butter Cup S’more
Take inspiration from Oh, Sweet Basil and make this fun twist on the classic s’more. With the Reese’s peanut butter cup instead of regular chocolate and a touch of saltiness from the pretzel, it’s a deliciously balanced bite.
How gorgeous are these s’more brownies from The Sweet Occasion?! A graham cracker crust is topped with fudgy brownies and the best part, a toasted meringue topping. It’s easier to make than you’d expect.
No need for a campfire to make this sweet recipe from My Casual Pantry. The tortilla is coated with a cinnamon-sugar mixture, then it’s filled with chocolate and marshmallows, of course.
S’mores Rice Krispie Treats
Think of these treats from Delicious Little Bites as portable s’mores—they’ve got all the traditional elements, but make way less of a mess. Plus, our kids have never met a Rice Krispie treat they weren’t obsessed with.
S’mores Hand Pies
These cute hand pies from Spaceships & Laser Beams are a guaranteed kid-pleaser. With a marshmallow creme and chocolate chip filling, after all, what’s not to like? Refrigerated pie crust makes these simple to put together, too.
S'mores Cookie Sandwich
Check out this cookie version of a s'more from Cooking Classy. Instead of the crunchy graham crackers, soft cookies make this a treat you can really sink your teeth into.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter S'mores
This is one combination the kids are sure to love. The combination of peanut butter and chocolate can only be made better by the addition of a toasty marshmallow. Don’t forget the milk! Hop over to Sunset to get the details.
Sure, Peeps are usually an Easter affair, but this recipe from Eclectic Recipes is too cute for just one holiday! The colorful marshmallow birdies add an unexpected element to a classic snack.
Lemon Meringue Pie S'mores
If someone in your family isn't a chocolate lover, this citrusy take on s'mores from Cooking Classy is a great alternative. The tart lemon curd contrasts with the sweet marshmallow—delish!
Make sure to have napkins handy for this gooey treat! In this recipe from Sunset, a sweet drizzle of caramel sauce plays against melted bittersweet chocolate for a sophisticated but fun s’more.
If sitting around a campfire isn't a possibility, try out this oven s'more recipe from Savory Sweet Life. Eat 'em when they're fresh and gooey from the oven or let them sit to cool and serve as a cookie later on.
Sure, you’ve had them hot while sitting around the campfire at night, but what about as a cool treat on a hot summer day? These s’more popsicles from Yumsugar are great for kids who want something to nibble on, without having to slow down their playtime. Plus, you know that they’ll love eating a s’more on a stick.
Now you can eat s'mores by the handful with this decadent treat. This recipe from Crazy Little Projects can be made ahead of time and stored for whenever you get the urge to munch on something sweet. But be warned: this snack is pretty addicting!