What is it about the unbeatable combo of graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallow that keeps us coming back for more? Some would argue that s'mores are the true American dessert, and there's no better time than summer to experiment with the traditional treat. Here are five interesting recipes that capture the flavor of s'mores without using a campfire.
S'mores French Toast on Creme de la Crumb
S'mores for breakfast? I think most of us can get on board with that. This French toast recipe shows you how to incorporate the classic s'mores flavor in a simple, family-friendly recipe. Drizzle the creation with gooey chocolate syrup, then indulge in a breakfast that's sure to wow people of all ages.
S'mores Pie on Cooking Classy
With a graham cracker base, silky smooth chocolate filling and a toasted meringue topping, this pie is perfect for those who wish they were gathered around a campfire after dinner. Not only is every slice packed with delicious flavor, but the pie is also an easy but beautiful dessert to serve when you have guests over.
S'mores Stuffed Cookies on A Cookie Named Desire
Combining gooey cookies with melted s'mores might just be the key to heaven. This recipe packs the s'more flavor into freshly baked cookies that can be served immediately or days after they come out of the oven. Pack them on your next road trip or serve them as a summer afternoon snack.
S'mores Poke Cake on Delish
This recipe takes a marshmallow buttercream cake and transforms it into a giant s'more-flavored treat. The added powdered sugar, vanilla and mini chocolate bars will leave you with a poke cake that's as pretty to look at as it is delicious to eat.
S'mores Brownies on That Skinny Chick Can Bake
These aren't your typical, mix-in-a-box brownies. The graham cracker crust adds a little bit of extra crunch while the toasted marshmallow top layer takes the flavor to a whole new level. Before you know it, your friends and family might be favoring these brownies over the traditional campfire s'mores.
Which of these delicious recipes are you going to try out?