Okay, okay. I swear I’m going to get s’mores out of my system. But just not today.
After last week’s s’more ice cream sandwiches, I had a handful of additional ideas that I wanted to tackle.
So, I put them all together in one post. And I may have one more teeny tiny s’mores ideas I want to share, but after that, I swear I’m done. If you’re over s’mores, though, feel free to let me know. I can stop, I swear. Haha.
Here are 7 more DIY ways to make s’mores…
1. Chocolate Cookie Strawberry S’more Sandwich
The only s’more idea hat involves fruit! Toast up some marshmallows, cut up a few strawberries, and sandwich them between two soft chocolate cookies.
2. Traditional S’mores with a Caramel Kick
These are one of my favorites. It’s just like a traditional s’more, but instead of regular chocolate, use caramel-filled milk chocolate pieces. It’s delicious!
3. Brownie S’more Sandwich
Okay. These are seriously decadent. The brownie acts as the chocolate ingredient..Cut a brownie in half (like when you’re slicing a bagel), add a toasted marshmallow in between and top with crushed graham crackers.
4. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup S’mores
This one is easy enough…Peanut butter cups, marshmallows, and graham crackers. Yum.
5. Biscoff S’mores
If you like Biscoff cookies (the ones that they serve on the plane), you’ll love these. Spread chocolate frosting onto two Biscoff cookies and sandwich them in between toasted mini marshmallows.
6. Blueberry Pie S’mores
This is the strangest one of the bunch, but I love it. It’s a good summer meets fall kind of s’more. All you’ll need are marshmallows, graham crackers, and a small slice of blueberry pie. Chocolate optional.
7. Chocolate Chip Cookie S’more Pockets
I love these little s’more pockets and they’re so easy. Toast some marshmallows and sandwich them between two soft chocolate chip cookies. Push down and pinch the back of the two cookies, to create a cookie pocket. You don’t need any additional chocolate since the chocolate chips are in the cookies already. Easy peasy.
What are your favorite ways to eat s’mores? I’d love to hear your fave combo in the comments below.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff