Gourmet S’Mores Bar


One of my favorite memories from last year’s fall foliage trip was roasting marshmallows under the stars. We’d packed the fixings to make a traditional s’more — marshmallows, chocolate bars and graham crackers.

This year, our accommodations were a tad less rustic, with no fire pit for a campfire. We did have a huge fireplace though, which called for a s’mores upgrade. I’ve always wanted to put together a s’mores bar and this was the perfect opportunity.


I packed a variety of chocolate bars, marshmallows and sweet crackers. All of the chocolate bars came from World Market, they have a great selection with lots of unique flavors. It was really hard to choose! After pacing the aisles for a while, I landed on salted caramel milk chocolate, candied ginger and orange zest dark chocolate, Lindt milk chocolate, coconut dark chocolate and raspberry cream dark chocolate. I also picked up organic graham crackers, butter biscuits and vanilla, strawberry & toasted coconut marshmallows.

We had so much fun trying different combinations. Over the evening we each found a favorite flavor combo and took turns preparing our signature s’more for the other girls.

Here are our favorites:




I think this would be a really fun dessert bar for a party; your guests will have a blast getting creative and testing different combinations. Feature the recipe for a few signature s’mores on a chalkboard and set out small takeout boxes so that guests can take home the ingredients of their favorite.


Have you ever put together a s’mores bar before? Are you a s’mores purist? Be sure to tell us below in the comments!

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4 Responses to “Gourmet S’Mores Bar”

  1. Scott says:

    Well being a S’Mores purist I find this article very exciting. With the new flavor of marshmallows out and the wide variety if chocolate the sky is the limit. I want to try all these and more, and I’ll start as soon as I can. S’mores the new breakfast of champions

  2. Christy Snedeker says:

    Salted chocolate just sold me!

  3. I love those coconut marshmallows but can’t seem to find them in stores anymore! Where’d you find yours? :)

    • thewildernessgirls says:

      Hi Amanda, I found the toasted coconut marshmallows when I popped into the Wal-Mart on Deer Valley in Phoenix. They were from Jet-Puffed. Hope that helps! #Christina

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