By: Kim Dunne, Media Manager
The first-known recorded version of a s’mores recipe can be found in an official Girl Scout publication from 1927! And that first recipe is the recipe that I typically follow – as do millions of people around the world. But did you know that there are many not so conventional recipes that allow you to enjoy a s’more in a different way? I thought it would be neat to take a look at some of them!
No-bake gluten free s’mores fudge bars have a graham cracker crust, a three-ingredient fudge layer and a layer of super-simple homemade marshmallow! Recipe.
Grilled banana s’mores is a healthier s’mores option thrown together and grilled until it’s all melted together! Recipe.
Mason jar s’mores is not quite as messy as a typical s’more. It’s all put together in a mason jar and enjoyed year round! Recipe.
Who doesn’t love a dessert pizza? You can put s’mores together on a graham cracker crust and bake for a delicious pizza! Recipe.
S’mores cheesecake ice cream on graham cracker crusts can be enjoyed on those really hot days where you want something cold! Recipe.
S’mores bread pudding incorporates all of the s’mores ingredients with the classic bread pudding for an amazing treat! Recipe.
White chocolate s’mores bars is for those who can’t have chocolate! Recipe.
S’mores cupcakes are a quick and easy recipe to make if you can’t get outside! Recipe.
These are just some of the creative s’mores recipes I found. Celebrate National S’mores Day with one of these, a traditional s’more, or make your own recipe and share it with your Girl Scout sisters!
Make sure when you’re done you ask for s’more!