Who says s'mores are a campfire treat you can enjoy only in the Summer? Why not bring them indoors to have them year-round? For our annual ugly sweater party last weekend, I put together a s'more's bar to bring some warmth and fire to the table and some yummy marshmallow goodness to all our bellies. It was the perfect warm snack for a cold winter night, and especially festive with the twinkle lights to accompany--yes I am a sucker for twinkle lights. It also provided a great excuse to use a few of my dozen or so cake stands :)
What you will need:
1 wooden planter (roughly 2 feet x 6 inches x 6 inches)
25 lb river rocks ( I used about half of a 50lb bag they sell at home depot for less than $5)
4 chafing fuel cans
Now lay out out your graham crackers and chocolate and roast a marshmallow! Check out s'more recipe ideas at the bottom.
Okay, I'll admit, it can be the tiniest bit of a fire hazard, so make sure you supervise your kids if they are participating (and maybe have a fire extinguisher nearby). The s'mores bar was a hit at our party, nobody was injured, and my furniture stayed intact--an overall success in my book. Definitely worth getting out for the next party...and the next...and the next...
|Graham crackers: Honey, cinnamon, chocolate. Chocolate: Milk, Cookie's and Cream, Reese's and Andes Mints|
Peanut butter s'more
Oreo truffles my friend made - aren't they cute!
Check out my recipe for these ooey gooey chocolate chip cookies.
Adorable Pecan Pie Bites made by one of my friends.
S'more recipe ideas:
Honey graham crackers, milk chocolate, marshmallow
Chocolate graham crackers, andes mints, marshmallow
Chocolate graham crackers, cookies and cream chocolate, strawberry marshmallow
Peanut Butter Surprise
Honey graham crackers, Reese's peanut butter cup, marshmallow
Cinnamon graham crackers, milk chocolate, gingerbread marshmallow
Strawberries and Cream
Honey graham crackers, cookies and cream chocolate, strawberry marshmallow
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