Celbrate National S’mores Day with these S’mores #Recipes.

Did you know that August 10th is National S’mores Day? So in honor of this day, why not try one of these great S’mores recipes. Long are the days when a S’more means nothing more than melted marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker. Sure a true S’more still uses these items but who says you can’t mix it up and have some fun with it.

national smores day recipes

S’mores Chocolate Chip Cookies from The Mom Maven.

S’mores Cream Pie from My Sweet Sanity.

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Photo property of My Sweet Sanity.

S’mores Cookies from Look What Mom Found.

Summertime S’mores from Mom Luck. She used Peeps instead of plain marshmallows. Fun!

Photo property of Mom Luck.

Photo property of Mom Luck.

S’mores Brownies from Simply Being Mommy.

S’mores Dip from One Busy WAHM.

Gooey S’mores Snack Mix from Our Kids Mom.

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Photo property of Our Kids Mom.

And just in case you want to celebrate with more than just dessert, you can try one of my favorite S’mores recipes.

S’mores French Toast

Smores-French-Toast

Ingredients:

Makes 8 pieces of french toast.

5 eggs.
8 slices of bread.
4 graham crackers.
Chocolate pieces (I used Kisses for these)
Mini Marshmallows
Butter.

Add eggs to a bowl and beat. Crush the graham crackers then add to the egg mixture, mixing well.

Heat a medium sized pan and add butter to it.

Dip bread in the egg and graham cracker mixture and cook over medium heat until brown. Flip and cook on the other side.

When finished, while toast is still hot, top with chocolate and mini marshmallows. Place another slice of the french toast on top and press down slightly.

Let sit for about 2 minutes to let the chocolate and marshmallow melt. Cut and enjoy!

How do you plan on celebrating National S’mores Day?

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