S’mores are a popular treat enjoyed around a campfire. However, you don’t have to go on a summer camping trip to appreciate this outdoor delicacy. This roundup shows you 20 different ways you can make smores without a camp fire.
S’mores desserts are becoming famous for the many different ways you can eat them all year long, without starting a fire. From ice cream s’mores to s’mores dip, even s’mores marshmallows you can put in your hot beverages, we’ve got it all below.
Do you want to know the best part about all of these s’mores recipes? None of them require a stick for roasting, but all of them will have you craving s’more always! Edited to add we always use these giant Smore Marshmallows for our recipes and camp fires, perfect if you love the gooey Marshmallow layer.
S’mores Caramel Popcorn from Homemade In The Kitchen
S’mores Cookies from Sugar Spun Run
S’mores Macarons from Sweet + Savory
S’mores Pizza from Simply Stacie
S’mores Brownies from Cooking With Curls
Gluten Free S’mores Pancakes from Strength & Sunshine
S’mores Rice Krispie Treats from How To Make Cereal Treats
S’mores Truffles from Boston Girl Bakes
S’mores Cheesecake Sticks from Hungry Happenings
S’mores Hot Chocolate from Foxes Love Lemons
S’mores Cake from Lil Cupcake Monkey
S’mores Nachos from Delightful E Made
S’mores Cookie Bars from Sally’s Baking Addiction
S’mores Dip from The Simple Parent
Easy No Cook S’mores Parfait from Live Love Texas
S’mores Molten Lava Pie from Carlsbad Cravings
5 Minute Chocolate Fudge S’mores Mug Cake from How Sweet Eats
Frozen S’more Sandwiches from It’s Always Autumn
S’mores Chocolate Bark from Simple Joy
S’mores Marshmallows from Broma Bakery
Looking for more ideas for Smores? Check out this S’mores cookbook
we found on Amazon and let’s not forget my favorite snack Smores candy snack. So yummy and ready to go!