5 Delicious Smores Recipes

Get ready to take smore to the next level on your next backyard campfire or camping trip! Here are 5 creative, unique, and delicious S’more recipes your kids are going to love.Smores Recipes - 5 fun ways to make smores that your kids will love over a backyard firepit or camping with kids. Yummy!

One of my absolute favorite things about summer -- smores!

Whether making them in our small chiminea in the backyard, or camping with kids, or even in the microwave (stick with me, I promise they're good!), smores are one of our favorite summer treats.

And while classic smores are great, sometimes we mix it up a little. Here are five variations to try:

Smores Recipes

1)  Peanut Butter Smores

Try sandwiching a spoonful of peanut butter in there between the melty marshmallow and chocolate. This is a great variation to try when camping, because chances are you already have the peanut butter on-hand for lunches.

2) Banana Smores

Lay down one graham cracker, then line it with banana slices. Add a square of chocolate, the toasted marshmallow, more chocolate, and the top graham cracker. Those flavors all together taste kind of like a banana split.


3) Raspberry Smores

Layer the graham cracker, one piece of chocolate, a spoonful of raspberry jam, the marshmallow, more chocolate, and top with another graham cracker. Delicious!

4) Mint Smores

Change up your smores by switching the milk chocolate bar for a bar of mint dark chocolate instead. Mmmm!

5) Inside-out Smores

When my sister lived in a condo, she sent me the saddest picture I think I've ever seen -- of her, trying to roast a marshmallow over a candle flame. I know you can't always have a fire for roasting marshmallows...so inside-out smores are a necessity!

Pour 1 c of semisweet chocolate pieces in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave for 20 seconds at a time, stirring in between, until chocolate is completely melted. Meanwhile, spread marshmallow fluff in between two graham cracker halves. Dip the graham cracker sandwiches in chocolate, place on a plate lined with waxed paper, and refrigerate for 30 minutes or until chocolate has set.

There are so many delicious ways to make smores -- and to make summer memories as well!

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image_thumb[2]Laura lives with her husband and four children near Denver, Colorado, where she loves exploring the outdoors with her family. She blogs about kids' activities and recipes at Peace but Not Quiet, and you can also find her on facebook, instagram, and twitter.

Beth Gorden
Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is a homeschooling mother of six who strives to enjoy every moment with her kids through hands-on learning, crafts, new experiences, and lots of playing together. Beth is also the creator and author of 123 Homeschool 4 Me where she shares 1000+ free printables, creative homeschool lessons, crafts, and other fun ideas to help preschool and homeschooling families have fun while learning and exploring together.