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How to Make a S’mores Board

Food & Beverage
Outdoor
How to

Pass the ‘mallows

Dare we say it…you’re gonna want s’more!

Wherever people are gathered around a fire, s’mores are pretty much an essential. Grahams, marshmallows, and of course chocolate are no-brainers for this sticky treat. But who knew you could make even a s’mores board so delicious you might not want to eat it? (We did!) Here’s our best advice on crafting this delicious board:

Start with your campfire! If you don’t have a backyard firepit, we love cute tabletop options. Here are two we like best:

Build your s'mores board.

What you need:

  • Graham crackers: regular, cinnamon, chocolate
  • Marshmallows - Tip: get fancy and explore with cinnamon, caramel pumpkin, nutella or strawberry flavors.
  • Chocolate - Tip: higher milk content melts easier. Chocolate disks are also a great route to go. Even mixing things up by having both milk and white chocolate will make your s’mores board the one everybody remembers.
  • Serving tray - Tip: etsy makes super cute wooden s'mores specific trays if you have extra space lying around for something specialty.
  • Roasting sticks 
  • Skewers for display or picking toppings

Add on with any (or all) of these toppings:

  • Reese’s peanut butter cups (or almond butter alternative)
  • Hershey’s cookies ‘n’ creme bars
  • White chocolate bars
  • Strawberries
  • Yogurt covered pretzels
  • Caramels
  • Oreos
  • Sliced apples
  • Ritz crackers
  • Cookie wafers

Ideas for spreads in bowls:

Spoon these into bowls for guests to spread on their graham crackers. 

  • Nutella
  • Nut butter

From here, you know what to do! Envision a charcuterie design, but s’mores edition! Arrange the goods in groups, swirl a nice line of marshmallows, spread a nutella or cookie butter in a bowl, and watch your guests’ mouths water.  

Honestly, there’s really no wrong way to build a s’mores board. When you have chocolate and some savory add-ons, you’re ‘second to the right, and straight on till morning,’ as Peter Pan would say. May the s’mores board channel the kid inside of us all that will never grow up!

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