Celebrate National S’mores Day! Whether you’re a kid or an adult; everyone loves this gooey campfire treat. And, if you’re not camping; you can still make these sweet treats in your kitchen or backyard. So, are you ready for s’more?
History of S’mores
Of course, these tasty treats are popular everywhere. But, did you know the first recipe goes back to the 1920’s. In fact, Alec Barnum and the Girl Scout have both received credit for creating these. So, no matter which one actually created this; personally I’m thankful for this yummy treat.
Celebrate National S’mores Day
When you think about this treat; I’m sure it evokes memories of a camping trip or sitting in your backyard toasting marshmallows. There is something about graham crackers, chocolate and toasted marshmallow combined to be the perfect ending to a meal.
Indeed, there are many variations to make these. Next time, you’re on a camping trip or headed to a party; pack this book and bring along the essentials. Strike up a match and create some variations. Yum!
Since chocolate is usually used; be sure to visit my National Chocolate Lovers Month post for some ideas on chocolates to use to create your own recipes. In addition, you can get creative and use caramel, fruit or peanut butter for another variation.
When you’re looking for something to toast your marshmallows; the marshmallow roasting sticks are ideal to take with you on any camping trip. Not only are these roasting sticks great for marshmallows; but can also be used for grilling sausages, hot dogs and vegetables.
Are you a fan of Hershey’s? If so, you will definitely want to buy this kit. In this kit, you will find everything you need to whip up s’mores quickly.
Moreover, if you would prefer to buy these already made, the treats below are ideal.
Not only are these tasty; but at 90 calories – you won’t feel like you shouldn’t have had this.
As always, I welcome your comments.
Celebrate National S’mores Day!