S’more Ideas for National S’mores Day…

Next Friday, August 10th, is National S’mores Day; The timeless snack consists of a fire-roasted marshmallow and a piece of chocolate sandwiched between two graham crackers. The snack had its origins in the 1920s, when an early published recipe had been found in a book of recipes that was published by the Campfire Smores company, and it was then called the “Graham Cracker Sandwich”. The s’more also happens to be a contraction of the phrase “some more”.
The contraction of the s’mores term would appear in 1938 in a publication that was aimed at summer camps; A recipe from 1956 would use that certain famous name while listing the ingredients as “a sandwich of two graham crackers, toasted marshmallow and a 1/2 chocolate bar”.
To help you folks honor National S’mores Day, yours truly has personally selected these yummy dessert ideas that are themed with this classy classic campfire treat, all through the courtesy of Pinterest… 

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Candy bark is a rather surprising treat among those who want to tease their sweet tooth; This variation happens to combine two treats into one, known simply as: The S’mores Bark!
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Or, for those who just do not like plain, old, and rather BLAND Rice Krispies Treats (in which I meant no offense), then may I suggest that you go the extra mile and add s’mores to the mix: S’mores Rice Krispies Treats!
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Now here is a most delicious snack bar that does not require any baking at all, and best of all, it’s got chocolate and marshmallows: Easy No-Bake S’mores Bars!
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And finally, sushi is a treasured meal in Japan, but here in the good ‘ol U.S. of A., people are making their own wonky kinds of sushi, especially this variation, so it is with that, may I present… (are you ready?!?) S’mores Sushi! (wonky, but wonderful, idea, isn’t it, bub?!?)

 

 

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