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S'more Please

S'more Please

Looking to host a troupe of little adventurers for a backyard campout, "wild one" birthday, or tribal party? We have the most delicious and easy to make recipes for your party!  

Let's get started with this Campfire Classic:

S'more Pops
Marshmallow dipped in hot hershey's chocolate and rolled in crushed graham crackers


  • Jumbo Marshmallows
  • Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • Graham Crackers
  • Skewers
  • Wax Paper


1. Lay a sheet of wax paper out. Crush a package of graham crackers until you get crumbs. Place crumbs in a bowl and set aside. 
2. Insert skewer into each marshmallow individually and set aside.
3. Heat chocolate chips on stovetop, stirring frequently until smooth. Be careful to not burn the chocolate!
4. Dip marshmallow into chocolate, then roll into graham cracker crumbs until coated. Set on wax paper to dry. Repeat.

These can be used as party favors or simply to be enjoyed at the party!

marshmallows on a screwer

hershey chocolate in pot, making s'mores on stovetop

marshmallow on a screwer, dipped in melted hershey's chocolate and rolled in graham cracker crumbs 

Next on the menu: Marshmallow and Chocolate S'more Cupcakes

chocolate cupcakes with marshmallow frosting topped with a graham cracker square and hershey's chocolate

These cupcakes are absolutely darling! {and delicious, too!}


  • Chocolate Cupcake Mix {I chose Betty Crocker's super moist mix}
  • Cupcake Mix Ingredients: you'll need 3 eggs + 1/2 c. vegetable oil
  • Graham Crackers
  • Hershey's Chocolate Bars
  • 1/2 c. Butter, room temperature
  • 1 (13 oz.) Jar Marshmallow Fluff or Creme
  • 4 c. Powdered Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. Vanilla Extract


1. Make cupcakes as instructed on the back of box, set aside to cool.
2. In a large mixing bowl, beat together butter and vanilla extract. 
3. Add powdered sugar, and continue on medium speed until the mixture resembles a frosting. 
4. Once mixture is creamy, beat in the marshmallow fluff. 
5. Once cupcakes are cooled, pipe on top of cupcakes! Warning: the frosting will be sticky. 
6. Once cupcakes are frosted, break off a chocolate square and a little piece of graham cracker and stick into cupcake. Enjoy the flavors of a moist, s'more cupcake!
Marshmallow frosting recipe courtesy of: The Gracious Wife

plate of unfrosted baked chocolate cupcakes

piping marshmallow frosting onto freshly baked chocolate cupcakes

freshly baked chocolate cupcake with marshmallow frosting

hershey's chocolate squares on table

Holy Smokes, Get Ready For What's Next!

Chewy S'more Golden Graham Squares

bowl of golden graham cereal, small marshmallows, chocolate chips and a stick of butter


  • 12 oz. Golden Graham Cereal
  • 1 c Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • 10 oz. Mini-Marshmallows
  • 6 tbs. Unsalted Butter, melted
  • 1/2 tsp. Vanilla Extract


1. Grab a 9 x 9 baking pan and line with wax paper. Set aside.
2. Place chocolate chips in freezer, to prevent from melting later in recipe. 
3. Pour your golden grahams into a large bowl and set aside.
4. In medium sized pot, melt the butter on medium-low heat, making sure it doesn't burn or brown. Once it has melted, stir in marshmallows. Stir constantly until melted, thick, smooth and creamy. Add vanilla.
5. Pour melted marshmallow mixture onto the golden grahams, and mix immediately. Once cereal is coated and gooey, add in 3/4 of your chocolate chips. Mix well and then pour mixture into your prepared pan. Warning: it'll be sticky!
6. Pat it down evenly (tip: you may want to spray cooking spray on your hands so they don't stick to the mixture!). Then, sprinkle the rest of your chocolate chips on to the top and press them down. Place into the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour, or until solid. Then, cut into squares and serve! 
Recipe courtesy of: A Home Made Living 


Now, for the Grand Finale.... Drum Roll, Please! 

Rustic Cake with Farm Animals

3 tiered cake topped with farm animals

This DIY rustic farm animal cake was fairly easy to make, dare I say! I searched recipes for "rustic" cake on Pinterest and baked the cake out of a box to save time from making from scratch!  I will say having a cake leveler and scraper does make this cake baking experience much easier than making without. I highly recommend you purchase these necessary tools. The wood stump came from Michaels as well as the moss. As for the top of the cake, I melted semi-sweet chocolate chips and used this as the frosting... this provided a sturdy platform for our cute farm animal friends (I am sure frosting would work great, too). The tiny forest trees as well as the animals I found at Michaels. Aren't they adorable for topping a cake? Really completes the "woodsy" vibes I was going for! 

These littles were happy campers as they enjoyed their sweet treats! They were definitely asking for s'more.

Photography by: Chrissy Powers      


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