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Celebrate National S’mores Day – 4 S’more Recipes

Can I just say that I can’t believe how popular s’mores are? We were just at the grocery store and I noticed how every product has a “s’more” flavor. No kidding! Pancakes, cereal, granola bars, ice cream, snack mix, Oreo cookies, and more!

Celebrate National S'more Day with 4 S'more Recipes from Hip Homeschool Moms

Did you also know that Monday, August 10th is National S’more Day? Well, it is! In celebration of everything that is good and right in the world (I love chocolate just a little!) I am offering up 5 great variations of s’more recipes.

A s’more (sometimes spelled smore) is a traditional nighttime campfire treat consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker.

4 S’more Recipes

1. S’mores Popcorn via Crazy Little Projects

This is a great make ahead treat as serving it “cold” is totally acceptable! It can be a fun and sticky snack for family movie night, an impromptu indoor camping adventure, and more!

Smore Recipe: S'mores Popcorn Recipe

2. S’more Chocolate Crinkle Cookies via Sally’s Baking Addiction

I LOVE Chocolate Crinkle Cookies and these are a fun s’more variation!

Smore Recipes: S'more Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

3. Peanut Butter Nutella S’mores via Three Different Directions

Ok so peanut butter cookies, Nutella, and marshmallow? Yes! These are super simple and easy to do all year long!

Smore Recipes: Peanut Butter Nutella S'mores

4. S’mores Brownies Recipe via Mom Luck

So not only are chewy gooey brownies a big hit in our house, but make them S’mores Brownies and they don’t last very long! This is a quick and simple recipe that you can make with a boxed brownie mix plus your s’more supplies!

Smore Recipes: S'more Brownies

Does your family love s’mores? Do you have your own version of them? If so, please share your creation so we can try it out too! Or do you have another family favorite you’re willing to share with us? 

About the author


Heidi lives in upstate New York where the winters are long & cold, but where she truly appreciates the lack of extreme weather such as tsunamis and hurricanes! Her house is filled up with her loving husband of 17 years, 3 busy children, & 2 dogs (Muffin & Oscar). Homeschooling started out as a trial run with a child beginning 2nd grade, & almost 9 years later has become a lifestyle which brings great joy. You can often find her behind her camera, or working something out in Photoshop. With 3 children homeschooling multiple ages is the norm in their house. You can find her writing at on her own blog, Starts At Eight where she often focuses on homeschooling high school, elementary unit studies, and books/reading.

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