Celebrate National S’mores Day with S’mores on a Stick!

S'mores on a Stick

This is a partnered post with Honey Maid – the maker of delicious, wholesome snacks.

When I received an adorable gift package from Honey Maid, complete with Honey Maid Graham Crackers, a log basket, and flaming background, I knew right away that I had the perfect backdrop and ingredients to make some S’mores on a Stick.

S'mores on a Stick

As a former Brownie and Girl Scout, I grew up making S’mores by the campfire. It’s a tradition that I carried on with my own son and now my nieces and nephew. S’mores are the perfect all season treat. They are great for summer camping and as Halloween party treats. Last Halloween, Mom and I put these adorable S’mores kits together for my nieces and nephew’s friends.

Ghostly S'mores Kits

You really don’t need an excuse to make S’mores, but the upcoming National S’mores Day on August 10th is the perfect excuse to make them. If you’re looking for something super simple that doesn’t require an actual flame, I recommend these S’mores on a Stick. After all, foods on sticks are way more fun!

S'mores on a Stick

How to Make S’mores on a Stick

ingredients:
marshmallows
melting chocolate (morsels work fine)
Honey Maid Graham Crackers
lollipop sticks (available at your local craft store)

directions:

1. Using a rolling pin and ziploc bag or a food processor, crush the graham crackers and place in a shallow bowl or pie plate.

2. Place a marshmallow onto a stick.

3. Over a double boiler or in the microwave, melt the chocolate until smooth. Carefully dip each marshmallow into the melted chocolate until well coated, and gently shake off any excess. Immediately dip into crushed graham crackers to coat.

4. Set on a parchment or silicone lined baking sheet to cool. Allow to sit at least one hour or until the chocolate is firm to the touch.

S'mores on a Stick made with Honey Maid Graham Crackers

If you like this idea, I have a feeling you are also going to like Honey Maid’s S’mores Muffins and S’mores Pops. They look delicious!

National S’mores Day Twitter Party!

Join Honey Maid Snacks on August 10th for a #ThisISWholesome Twitter Party, to celebrate National S’mores Day!

When: August 10 at 8pm ET
Where: Twitter
Hashtags: #ThisIsWholesome #HoneyMaid
Host: @HoneyMaidSnacks

I (@aboutamom) plan to be there and hope you will too!

What’s your favorite occasion to enjoy s’mores?

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Comments

  1. says

    Yum! I’m like you and don’t need any excuse to eat s’mores. My kids want to camp out in the backyard this weekend, and these would be a perfect snack for the fun.

  2. says

    Well that is the way to do a smore. No mess when eating and you don’t have the kids at an open fire trying to melt a marshmallow. Great idea.!

  3. Betsy Barnes says

    I love this, such a great idea! We enjoy s’mores around the fire pit after a fun day by the river. We sometimes make s’mores for our family movie night, especially fun during the winter. Fun way to bring summer into those cold, winter nights :)

  4. Ann Bacciaglia says

    Those are so cute! Very creative packaging for the Halloween S’mores. I love that there is a National S’mores Day.

  5. says

    I love this idea! I’m having a Camping-themed birthday party for my daughter this month, and part of the menu is a s’mores buffet. I think I will also include the s’mores on a stick item. It’s so cute!

  6. Jana Williams says

    What an Adorable Treat & I Really like the Whole Presentation! I Did Not Know about National Smores Day but I Like Any Day that Allows me to eat Sweets Guilt Free! I Have Not had Smores in a Very Long Time but I Like your New Updated Version of the Smores b/c they are Convenient, Easy to Eat, & Not So Messy! Very Great Recipe Idea! Have a Blessed Day! Jana

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