5 Unique and Delicious S'more Combos Sure to Become Your New Fave

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Crickets are chirping, days are longer and the smell of backyard fire pits is lingering all over town. If you close your eyes and breathe in deeply, you will most likely enjoy the faint smell of toasted marshmallows and melted chocolate and envision the graham crackers gently squishing together this ooey, gooey campfire treat. It's definitely no-bake s'more season, and classic s'mores are appearing in backyards and at campsites everywhere.

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We're here to help you bring your s'mores game to a next-level sport. Although it really is hard to improve on the traditional s'more that's been around since the 1920s, it's time to create a few more delicious s'more combos. Load up your s'more station with some skewers, graham crackers, marshmallows, Hershey chocolate bars, Granny Smith apples, caramel apple dip, Mounds coconut chocolate bars, Reese's peanut butter cups, ground cinnamon, chili powder, pretzels and any other crispy, gooey candy bar combos you can imagine. Head out to the fire pit and we will hook you up with a few new s'more recipes that are most likely going to become some of your new favorites.

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Fire up your backyard fire pit to get some perfect marshmallow roasting coals. If you don't have room for a big fire pit, try making our DIY s'mores mini terra cotta fire pit or our DIY tabletop fire pit for toasted marshmallows roasted to perfection.

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1. Caramel Apple S'mores

There's no reason to wait until fall for the taste of a crispy, gooey and tart caramel apple. Bring your roasted marshmallow to the next level by adding a few apple slices and a spoonful of caramel dip to the classic s'more recipe for a sweet, sticky and tart campfire treat. You could even add some salt for a salted caramel apple s'more.

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2. S'moa S'mores

Oh, don't we love those delicious, crisp cookies with caramel, coconut and chocolate that those enterprising young Girl Scouts sell during cookie season? Recreate the Girl Scout cookie experience around your backyard fire pit with a s'moa s'more. Instead of using a Hershey chocolate bar, unwrap a coconut Mounds chocolate bar, place it on a graham cracker, drizzle a little caramel dip over the Mounds bar and squish a toasted marshmallow on top with a second graham cracker. Oh, the gooey goodness! Give us s'moa s'mores!!

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3. Fluffernutter S'mores

For all of you New Englanders out there, this next peanut butter s'more recipe is for you. The fluffernutter, a tradition on the northern East Coast, is a marshmallow cream and peanut butter sandwich. We've brought the fluffernutter up just a notch and mixed it with a classic s'more and a Reese's peanut butter cup for a fluffernutter combo that's sure to make s'mores fun again.

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4. Mexican Chocolate S'mores

For a complex, intense, south-of-the-border s'more idea, sprinkle a little ground cinnamon and chili powder onto the chocolate bar before pressing the toasted marshmallow and graham cracker together. A Mexican dark chocolate s'more gives a typical classic s'more a spicy twist.

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5. Sweet 'n Salty S'mores

Something magical happens when we combine a crispy, salty snack with sweet and ooey-gooey goodness. Our taste buds have been known to do a happy dance when we bite into a sweet and salty combo. So, the next time you are hanging out around your fire pit, top your chocolate bar, toasted marshmallow and graham crackers with a few pretzels for a next-level, no-prep-time s'mores recipe that's sure to roll your socks up and down.

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Image Credit: Beth Huntington

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