5 S’mores Recipes For The Backyard Firepit

5 S’mores Recipes For The Backyard Firepit

Find out interesting twists on a backyard firepit favorite.


By: The Daily Clutch

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Fall is almost everyone’s favorite time of year — the crisp weather, beautiful burnt orange trees and leggings with boots. Another fall favorite? S’mores!

Hosting or attending a bonfire every weekend gives reason to try creative variations of s’mores. If it gets too cold outside for a fire and roasting marshmallows, you can always put the marshmallow in the microwave for 10 seconds to get it the consistency of melty goodness.

Chocolate Peanut Butter S’mores

2 chocolate graham crackers
Reese’s peanut butter cup
Marshmallow

Peppermint Twist S’mores

2 regular graham crackers
Peppermint patty
Marshmallow

Dark and Salty S’mores

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2 regular graham crackers
Dark chocolate square that has a hint of lite sea salt
Marshmallow

Chocolate-Covered Strawberry S’mores

2 regular graham crackers
One strawberry sliced into four thin slices
White chocolate square
Marshmallow

Tip: Replace the regular graham crackers with chocolate graham crackers and replace the white chocolate with dark chocolate.

Coconut Delight S’mores

2 regular graham crackers
Mounds bar
Marshmallow

The options are endless, and it is always fun to try out new s’mores recipes. You don’t have to stick to graham crackers — replace them with a favorite cookie. Fudge stripes are great to try … use a fudge-striped cookie for one side and a chocolate chip cookie for the other one.

Get wild!

This article was written by Katie Simpson, contributor for The Daily Clutch.

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