A S’mores Idea for Every Month of the Year {12 Recipes}


I just love S’mores and can’t think of a single reason why they can’t be enjoyed year round.  With that in mind, I found 12 amazing ways to present s’mores each month of the year, perfect for gift giving.  {{I’ve totally got your back! }}  Wouldn’t this make a fun present for someone?  The gift of a year of s’mores?  Anyone need my address?  {wink}

S’mores for a Year

1.  Glamorous New Year’s Eve Treats ~ Add a little glamour to your New Years Eve party by dressing up even the most simple treats, like s’mores, with a little touch of gold.  Metallic sanding sugar can be used to add a little edible glitz to all sorts of goodies and looks great on the rim of your glass too.

2.  Heart Shaped S’mores ~ These heart shaped s’mores are sweet in more ways than one.  But don’t limit these little goodies to Valentine’s Day; they would be wonderful for an Anniversary or Bridal Shower too.

3.  Easter Peep S’mores ~ Make the traditional s’mores Easter themed by replacing plain marshmallows with your favorite marshmallow Easter treat.

4.  S’mores Pops ~ Here’s a smores recipe with a twist ~ S’mores Pops!  This recipe lets you enjoy the sweet taste of s’mores without the campfire.  Christi from Love From the Oven created these for Tip Junkie and we LOVE them.  And her.

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4.  S’mores Cupcakes ~ A graham cupcake with marshmallow icing, dipped in chocolate equals deliciousness with lots of mess.  But, no campfire is needed.  Make these when you want to serve a special dessert for the family!

6.  S’mores Push Pops ~ These Push Pops are gorgeous and can play double duty for both adults and children.  I love that about them.  Found on Hostess with the Mostess.

7.  Toasted S’more Stuffed Strawberries ~ Strawberries stuffed with s’more ingredients, then wrapped in marshmallow cream and toasted sound yummy to me. Combining two very popular summer foods, strawberries and s’mores, this also has a gluten free option.  This is a nice alternative the the typical 4th of July “flag” dessert.

8.  Bonfire S’mores Cupcakes ~ These adorable cupcakes are a must have for any outdoor themed party.  They even have melted candy pieces to look like fire.  S’mores never looked so good!

9.  S’mores Rice Crispy Treats ~ S’mores on top of Rice Crispy treats?  Yes, please.  Wouldn’t these make the perfect back-to-school teacher treat?

10.  Owl S’mores ~ How cute are these owl s’mores?  I love that these are owlishly simple and can be made as an afternoon snack!

11.  S’more Pie ~ I don’t know about you, but this pie looks almost too good to share, but since November is all about sharing, perhaps we’d better. The recipe looks delicious. {wink}

S’mores in a Jar ~ These s’mores in a jar make a fabulous homemade gift for a teacher or neighbor.  I’ve heard they are to-die for delicious, too!

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  1. Thank goodness my kitchen is all torn up with painting…otherwise I’d be in there cooking up some goodies!

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