Summer is the best time to make smores, but I crave them all year round! Biting into the gooey marshmallow, rich chocolate bar squares, and graham cracker halves of classic smores brings back so many great childhood memories. From oven recipes to traditional camp fire roasting, there are so many ways to make and serve s’mores any time!
We keep marshmallows, crackers, chocolate, and even chocolate crackers on hand for last-minute summer treats. And if you’ve got a family of s’mores fans, this smores pizookie is a guaranteed hit.
How to make smores in the oven
I love this dip because you can make it in the oven. Who doesn’t love a dip? Serve it at a party, or make it just for fun – I swear I eat this s’mores dip more year round than traditional s’mores during the summer months. It has all my favorite things: chocolate, marshmallows, and cast iron skillets.
S’Mores on top of brownies, on top of Oreos on top of brownies, …these soft and chewy S’Mores Oreo Stuffed Brownies are the best of summer desserts all rolled into one deliciously ooey gooey treat! Best of all you can make them in a 9×13 pan in your oven! I bet you have always wanted to know how to make smores in the oven.
These are another great twist on a classic summer dessert. They are super delicious and waaaay less sticky! They make perfect handmade treats any time of year.
Easy Sheet Pan S’mores
You don’t have to go traditional, but this graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow treat is always a crowd pleaser. Easy s’mores in the oven are perfect when you are missing summer nights, fire flies, and the campfire.
Campfire S’more Recipes
Up the s’mores ante by using apple slices instead of graham crackers, spreading them with peanut butter, and sprinkling on some chocolate chips. Kids go nuts for these s’mores, and so will you!
Instead of using the regular ol’ Hershey bars, try your favorite candy bars or other chocolate candy! These Reeses Smores have all the ingredients to make the perfect treat! So simple too! I keep Reeses in the freezer.
Rolos are another favorite of mine. Just roast your marshmallow for a bit, stick the chocolate in, and roast a bit more.
Smore recipes you can make inside
Now, you can bring America’s favorite campfire treat to your very own kitchen table with these S’mores Cookies!
But here is one more recipe for the world’s most delicious s’mores: Chocolate Donut S’mores. What could be better than a chocolate donut, marshmallow smore. It is kind of amazing! Just wait and try it.
2 ingredients and is so simple if you only like smores when the chocolate is completely melted then this recipe is for you! So often we make smores and everything is perfect but the cold hunk of chocolate. These cookies give you all the flavor and in the perfect amount! So easy you must try it.
This recipe makes the perfect sweet and salty combo! If you haven’t experimented with cookie spreads on your smore’s you are missing out. Try nutella, cookie butter and more.
A great twist on the summer classic! Easy to make and even easier to eat – your kids will love these.
This last one is not technically a smore, but it looked so delicious I could not leave it off!
Dip strawberries in marshmallow fluff and roast them over a campfire. Must try! They may make you want to ditch s’mores altogether.
Why is a Smore called a Smore?
A s’more is called a s’more as a shortened version of the name “some mores,” believed to be coined by the Girl Scouts in a 1927 recipe book! The recipe was developed by Loretta Scott Crew, who made them for Girl Scouts by the campfire one night.
Have you heard of the new girl scout cookie smores? Next time they are for sale I have to try them!