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Top Rated S'more Recipes

The s’more is a well loved dessert traditionally made up of three simple ingredients — graham crackers, toasted marshmallows, and melted chocolate bars. This version of the ooey gooey campfire delight is courtesy of Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs.

We’re not sure summer desserts get much better than this banana s’more creation.This recipe is courtesy of Neighbor Food Blog.

Summer desserts are often one of two things: frozen or cooked over a campfire. But who wants to fire up a whole campfire just for one s'more? Plus, s'mores should be enjoyed even on a normal weeknight. Here's how to make them from the comfort of your own kitchen.

If s'mores are a must-have at your bonfires, then this edible cookie could be just what you need. Courtesy of Jason Goldstein

Layers of chocolate candies and a golden marshmallow topping are baked over a buttery graham cracker crust. These bars are a sweet treat any time of day.Recipe courtesy of Living the Gourmet

Why stop at a peanut butter cup? Put one in a cookie for a treat that's as cute as it is tasty. The marshmallow adds a chewiness that will have you reminiscing of bonfires and campsites. This recipe was contributed by Justin’s.

This recipe provides a gluten allergy-friendly graham cracker that makes it easy for everyone to enjoy the sticky snack.

S'mores are a summertime favorite, but if you're not camping or outside grilling, you can still enjoy all the flavors inside with this dip. Use Graham crackers to dive into this dip loaded with rich chocolate and gooey marshmallows.

Crispy graham crackers. Melty milk chocolate. A perfectly roasted, warm, gooey marshmallow. What could be better than a good, old-fashioned, campfire s’more? How about raw cookie dough, s’more-ified, and then dipped into chocolate? You many not get the gooiness of a melted marshmallow with this recipe but you’ll get the flavor of a classic s’more, without the campfire. If you don’t have a kitchen blowtorch try toasting the marshmallows on a sheet pan in your broiler —just keep an eye on them, stirring them every few minutes, so that they don’t burn. Want more recipes like this one? Go to http://gastronomeblog.com.

Ice cream cake is a go-to for birthdays, summertime snacks, and anytime you have something to celebrate. Healthify your ice cream cake with this indulgent-feeling but healthy-for-you alternative.The secret? We use Halo Top low-calorie ice cream.This recipe was created by registered dietitian Liz Shaw, MS RDN CLT.

Is there ever really not a time that the essence of s’mores doesn’t seem appetizing? Possibly… but we like to throw out that disbelief with rules like "don’t wear white past Labor Day" or “wait 30 minutes after eating before swimming.” When the craving for this campfire indulgence hits, desperate times call for desperate measures — and we don’t pass judgment. This recipe was designed for times when you want a s’more, but don’t have access to a firepit or grill. Everything is baked in the oven and couldn’t be easier to prepare.

A smoothie that tastes like s'more couldn't be healthy, right!? Oh, but it is. And we're making this one on repeat.


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