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Note: this was posted before becoming a gluten-free blog. Contains gluten.

{Fact} summer must-have, s’mores. Thank you Girl Scouts for introducing this traditional campfire treat that always has you asking for ‘some more’. Ok, that was corny. I’m done. However, I’m not done with Summer and now that it’s ‘back to school’ time, at least at Target it is, I realized I have yet to get my fingers messy with that ooey gooey goodness of a s’more. Since it’s not until September that my husband and I are going camping, I thought I’d test out some of the nontraditional s’mores recipes, one the doesn’t require a campfire & a stick. However, miss indecisive over here {yes, that would be me} can’t make up her mind on which recipe to choose from. Someone just hand me a stick with a marshmallow and let me scorch the sucker. Yep, I’m that person.

S’mores also make for a fun kids activity if you conveniently have a fire pit in the background. If not, you can also use the flame from the stove top, {slowly} roast them in the oven or just simply pop them in the microwave.

Leave it to the ever-so-talented designer, Kathleen over at Twig & Thistle to come up with this creative favor, a s’mores kit. Love it, sold.

Recipes & SourcesGiant S’more Cookie from My Baking Addiction; Vegan S’mores from Healthy. Happy. Life; S’mores Brownies from Joy the Baker;  Chocolate Cake S’mores Cookies from Picky PalateChocolate gooey s’more pie from the Family KitchenS’more Whoopie Pies from My Baking Addiction

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  • tim

    whaaaaaaaat??!! hmmmmmm you are becoming quite the artist miss leees..

  • WithStyle

    why coming from THE artist, thank you!!