I had such a great response to my previous S’mores Shots cocktails. I decided to do a follow up post of my glamping style S’more Recipes. You can make all these combinations with just a few simple ingredients.
When I do S’mores, I like to do a glamping version of S’more Recipes. This is where you use other types of fillers besides your basic marshmallow and Hershey bar combo to create different types of fusion flavored S’mores. My husband really likes to use Reese’s Peanut Butter cups in his, heck you could even add a dollop of jelly to make a PB & J S’more. For me, in the fall I like a Caramelo and green apple slices (see how I sliced apple disks on my (Caramel Apple Toddy post) , but in the winter, around Christmas it’s all about a peppermint patty to mix things up. You can literally make hundreds of different kinds of S’mores. Maybe you are a mom that does not really want you kids eating a ton of sugary candy. You can add fruit to the line up. Here are a few of my favorite S’mores Recipes:
- The Banana Split: Sliced Bananas & Strawberries, Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- Strawberry Shortcake: Sliced Strawberries, Jelly, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- Peppermint Dream: Peppermint Patty, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- PB&J: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Jelly, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- The Elvis: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Slice Bananas , Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- Caramel Apple: Sliced Green Apples, Caramello Bar, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- Ants on a S’more: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Raisins , Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- Bananas Foster: Slice Bananas , White Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Graham Cracker
- The Chocoholic: Caramelo, Chocolate Bar, White Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Oreos
- The Chocolate Dipped Strawberry: Sliced Strawberries, Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Oreos
- Cookies and Cream: Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Oreos
- Chocolate Peppermint Dream: Peppermint Patty, Marshmallow & Oreos
- Rum Raisin: Raisins, White Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Oatmeal Cookie
- Banana Cream Pie: Sliced Bananas, White Chocolate Bar, Marshmallow & Oatmeal Cookie
- Gluten Free S’more: instead of graham crackers, try using a Banana cut in half lengthwise to create the sandwich.
You can always make Banana Boats too. This is a recipe from my girl scouts camping days. You cut a banana in half lengthwise place on aluminum foil like a banana split. Fill with your favorite ingredients from above. Wrap completely in aluminum foil and place directly into the fire to melt all the goodies. Remove after 3-5 minutes with tongs. Allow them to cool and eat with a fork.
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Oh my goodness the PB&J sounds so good, and the Banana Split. Such unique ideas and yet feel tough out to use all the similar ingredients. Plus now that it after Halloween what a great way to use up the leftover candy. Got any more great ideas? We had a lot of candy leftover and kids just brought more home.
These are some really great ideas to add to a S’mores Bar which I am doing for tailgating at the game this weekend. Thanks for the information and ideas.
This is so creative! I’ve never thought of adding some of the combinations before.
I love eating smores during Fall. This recipe looks great. I hope I can make it asap.
OMG this is so deli! I definitely want to make the Strawberry Shortcake! Thanks a lot for the ideas of combinations!
I would have never thought to put all these topping together. I can now create a worthy smore’s bar like those you see on pinterest.
WONDERFUL Post. Thanks so much for the share..we want more post like this one, and yes we made all of these over the holidays.
Thank you a lot for providing a lot of individuals with splendid options for campfire treats. These are some really great ideas and easy to mix and match.
I together with my mom buddies came checking the excellent things found on the blog. You have some many great ideas. Many thanks for getting a variety of important themes that most people are really interested to know about. Our sincere regret for not expressing gratitude to you earlier.
These little tasty’s look super delicious! Would you be excited by exchanging hyperlinks?
I wish I had a beautiful outdoor fireplace like that, we have a fire pit but I really like the way your patio looks with a full fireplace. Oh and the drinks look good too.
I simply had to send you my appreciation once more. These are tasty ideas and perfect for family time around the fire.
This is a great list on how to upgrade the traditional s’more recipe. My husband will love the peanut butter cup one, and what a great way to pass the winter months with a sweet little treat by the fire.
Just wanted to say how much I appreciate the upgraded smore’s ideas. It makes putting together a smoker’s bar very easy indeed, and I am sure the kiddos will love it.
I can not say that I have ever personally had a smore, or gone camping either. But if you say they are good I am willing to try them, not so much on the camping tho.
Thank you for the great ideas for around the fire pit, these will all be such a big hit with the family.
These are great ideas for when my grandkids come to visit. I will have to see if we can do this soon.
This is the perfect thing on the to do list for snow days like tomorrow. I am so glad I picked up a few of these item and that the rest are pretty much stock things we keep in the cupboard.
Thank you so much for providing individuals with a list of gourmet Smore’s. It is also very handy that you used similar items to cut the shopping list down too.
I love that I can make these varieties from similar ingredients, thanks for such a comprehensive list.
You need to file this under campfire ideas, because this was perfect for our summer camp sleep over party. So many great mix in options and ideas, the kids had a great time, and it was pretty inexpensive since most of the ingredients could be used for multi recipes. Thanks again for all the leg work you made my job super easy!
Just hosted a big cub scout gymboree and we utilized this exact list for the Smore’s station and it was a big hit. Also got to say the option of doing banana boats for the gluten free kids was a really good idea too. The parents really loved us for it. We tried to promote your site as the inspiration with the mom’s so hopefully your get some new readers too!
This is a great list of ideas for S’more’s. We are doing a S’more’s Bar for a family get together this weekend, I think the kids of all ages are going to love it. Thanks for all the great ideas including the gluten free idea of the banana boats!
My family makes some of the best memories gathered around the fire and smore’s have always been a part of it. These unique recipes really will up our smore’s game this summer. Watch out grandpa get your insulin ready, these will cause DIA BEEE TUS
I love a good S’more recipe the Reese cups one looks so good, but I think the Oreos might be the best one, I mean who needs graham crackers?
Perfect idea for fort week and summer time campouts, pinning this list of sweet treats for all to see.
This was such a lifesaver over the summer months, we have been doing campfires in our fire pit and smore’s have been a regular thing, so much so that they were becoming passe’ until I jazzed them up with your suggestions. Thanks!
A friend of ours hosted a smore’s birthday party over the weekend with some really great recipes when I asked her where she came up with the idea she referred me to your page. So I hear to check you out. I love what I am seeing I am a farmhouse fan myself.
These sound delicious and I need to try a few next time we have a fire in the pit. Thanks for the ideas.
I saw one of my mom’s post about this recipe on her Pinterest board, with a note about, Banana Boats for Girls Scout’s camp expeditions. I just had to come see your site and send you a quick note, that I love your were a former Girl Scout, and I plan to use you and your site as a leadership example to my troop of what girl scouts can grow up and do. Thank you for remembering your roots and setting a good example for our future girls.
Sam I am so humbled by your comment, and I really appreciate you reaching out and letting me know that you plan to speak about my site and accomplishments. Please tell all the girls in your troop to never stop dreaming, and never stop believing in themselves, life is always what they choose to make it.
I am not sure I have had a S’more before but they sure do sound good.
We are hosting a backs to school party this weekend and Smore’s are on the fire pit agenda so I am taking really good notes.
I am really starting to feel the fall season, and I am ready for bonfires with smore’s so I scoped out your ideas for a smore’s bar.
Jen, I need to pin this post, because you have a lot of really great mixing ideas for your Smore’s Bar. I know I will need few of these this fall.
These also look really great too so many good mixes I can’t decided which one is my fav.
It is almost time to start up the the bonfires so that means a S’more’s bar, your added glammed up recipes with be the star of the show.
I know some youngsters that would love this!
Just getting some inspiration for the fall months, this one is totally on worthy.
Great list of upscaled S’more’s for the more refined taste palette. Love this idea for a S’more’s bar!
This is a really great list with lots of possibilities.
Perfect list for a outdoor S’more’s bar, I feel a post coming on soon for the fall!
This is perfect for bonfires and hoodies this fall. What a excellent drink idea and they are super cute too, I can really appreciate you creativity.
Perfect inspiration list for some fall treats around the campfire. Great ideas for gluten free options too you have really thought of everything.
I just said to my husband we needed to do a Smore’s Bar for our fire pit. This is the perfect menu thanks so much.
Have you ever hosted a smore’s party? I am assumed you have by the menu but I am not seeing a post of pictures of a party set up. I was not sure if you did buffet style or put it all in basket, just wondering?
Hi Mischa we did a more casual version, so it was more of a DIY style with items layout pretty in containers or baskets. You could go all out and do a full buffet for a larger party which would be a lot of fun.
Yum we do smore’s all the time in the fall around the fire pit great ideas to switch things up.
Oh girl! You are speaking my love language. They all look incredible. Especially the PB&J. I will have to try that the next time I go camping.
So cool, I love smore’s ,they are a perfect sweet for cosy winter evenings <3
These look fantastic! My mouth is watering thinking of these ideas!
At first when I clicked on this, I was like “S’more recipes? Eryone knows how to make a s’more”. Little did I know my mind was going to be blown by all these creative to ways to make one, other than the original way! I’ll have to try some out
These sound amazing! I want to try them all!!
Jen you did it again. Mind blown by all your smore ideas! I like the peppermint on Oreos idea. Yummm! And thanks for reminding me about the banana boat treat. I need to make that a thing again. I think the kids would looove it! Have an awesome day!
Such unusual ideas to transform your smores. Definitely on my list to try.
Can’t believe I am just now seeing this post, but what a great set of ideas for s’mores, perfect fro left over Halloween candy!
You are amazing and come up with awesome articles.