16 Ways to Quench Your S’Mores Craving Without a Campfire

Who doesn’t love a decadent s’more? Crispy graham crackers, melted chocolate and gooey marshmallows — pure perfection! The ingredents are cheap and easy to find, but the problem is campfires are big pains. I rarely go to bonfires at the beach because they require lots of planning. I only break out the fire pit in the backyard occasionally since it makes a big mess. And, as I have mentioned in my previous post about hiking, I am not a camper. Therefore, my need for s’mores is often left unmet…until now! I have done my research and found 16 ways to eat s’mores without the pre-planning, ashy mess and time regular s’mores require.

16 Smore Recipes

S’mores Pancakes

Need an excuse to eat s’mores for breakfast? Buzzfeed came up with a recipe that combines s’mores in your classic pancake breakfast.


S’mores Crescent Rolls

Here is another excuse to have s’mores for breakfast – S’mores crescent rolls by Lemon Tree Dwelling. Even at 7 am, you can never have enough s’more-y goodness!



Microwave S’mores

The quickest way to get s’mores in your tummy is with Baker Peabody‘s microwave s’more recipe. No oven required! Perfect for all you college-dormers…or those twenty-somethings who still can hardly operate an oven. Microwaves for the win!


S’mores Mug Cake

This recipe from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt makes a cute single-serving cake in your favorite mug. Again, forget about preheating that oven. Who has 10 extra minutes to wait for a s’more?


S’mores Cookies

Put a spin on your classic chocolate chip cookies with Averie Cook‘s s’mores cookie recipe.


S’mores Brownie Pizza

Here is another twist on a classic dessert – s’mores brownies from Betty Crocker. You can never go wrong with good ol’ brownies.


S’mores Dip

Instead of bringing spinach dip to the next potluck, show up with Cleverly Simple‘s s’mores dip and have dessert before dinner like you always dreamed about as a kid.


S’mores Rice Krispie Treats

Make Yummy Healthy Easy‘s s’mores rice krispie treats this weekend and have a s’mores treat to throw in your lunch everyday this week. S’mores for dayzzz!


S’mores Cake on the Grill

Next time you go to your friends for a BBQ, impress everyone by bringing this s’mores cake recipe from So Tipical Me to heat up on the grill.



S’mores Campfire Cones (try these on the grill)

If you want to try an even more unique way to make s’mores on the grill, make these s’mores campfire cones by Frugal Coupon Living. You can even prepare them and bring them to a neighborhood get-together to throw on the grill.


S’more Pie Pops

Your grandmother’s apple pie recipe may be priceless, but bring these s’more pie pops by The Gunny Sack to your next family gathering and maybe you will start a new tradition.


S’mores Icebox Cake

The melted chocolate and marshmallow may be a unique quality of s’mores, but mix it up. Try s’mores in this s’more icebox cake by Live, Love and Sugar. Perfect for those hot summer days.


Frozen S’mores

Or try this easier frozen s’mores recipe from It’s Always Autumn. Wrap them up and have dessert prepped from each night this week!


S’mores (“Skinny”) Milkshake

Give yourself a break from your healthy frozen chocolate-dipped banana dessert. Instead, try using those frozen bananas to make a s’mores milkshake from Layers of Happiness. And you still don’t have to worry about ruining your diet.


S’mores Coffee Milkshake

Combine your love for s’mores and coffee with Shugary Sweet‘s s’mores coffee milkshake.


S’mores Terracotta Pot

For those times that you absolutely NEED a traditional s’more, you no longer need to start a big fire. Instead, try this terracotta pot fire and roast some marshmallows without the mess.



Don’t get me wrong, I will always love a good old-fashioned campfire s’more, but these 16 s’mores hacks are perfect for those nights my sweet tooth is shouting out for a chocolate-mashmallow-y treat [or two or three…]

Until next time,

❤ P&P

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