The Campanista’s Guide to S’mores

#3 The Classic:  Your childhood s’more – brings back memories at first bite

Campers have s'more fun

The goods:

  • A box of honey gram crackers
  • 3-4 Hershey Bars
  • A bag of marshmallows

Construction:

  • Roast a marshmallow on the open flame of the fire using a stick/small branch
  • Place a few Hershey squares on one of the graham cracker (1 cracker broken in half);
  • Once the marshmallow is cooked to your liking, squish between the crackers and chocolate!
  • *To make The Classic even better take a little balancing; place one of the graham crackers on a rock by the fire; place the chocolate on the cracker to melt it. Proceed with squishing marshmallow between the 2 crackers for an even gooier s’more.

#2 Reese’s S’more: This could be debatably #1 depending on your taste; but for this Campanista, it’s rich so 1 is enough and I prefer 3+ s’mores while sitting around the campfire.

The goods:

  • A box of honey gram crackers
  • 4+ packs of Reese’s Peanut butter cups
  • A bag of marshmallows

Construction:

  • Like the classic; roast a marshmallow of the open flame of the fire using a stick/small branch
  • Place 1 Reese’s Peanut Butter cup on one of the graham cracker sides.
  • Once the marshmallow is cooked to your liking, squish between the crackers and Reese’s!




#1 Peanut Butter Chocolate S’more: The Campanista’s favorite

The goods:

  • A box of honey gram crackers
  • 3-4 Hershey Bars
  • A jar of peanut butter
  • A bag of marshmallows
  • A knife

Construction:

  • Again, roast a marshmallow of the open flame of the fire using a stick/small branch
  • Take your knife and smear some peanut butter on the gram cracker
  • Once the marshmallow is cooked to your liking, squish between the crackers, chocolate and peanut butter
  • *To make it better, place one of the graham crackers on a rock by the fire; place the chocolate on the cracker to melt a little.
  • Repeat

Try them all and rank your favorites in the comments below or give us new ideas!

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