I’m going to level with you all. I love s’mores! They’re easily one of my favorite things about bonfires, cookouts and camping. Years ago my husband and I had almost thirty trees removed from our back yard because we wanted a more open space. Needless to say, most of the tree debris was left for us to burn. We had a large bonfire every weekend for weeks it seemed. We’d have cookouts and camp fire parties. There was always marshmallows to roast and graham crackers and chocolate. Looking back, it was some of my best memories. Not so much the work of clearing the back yard, but the memories we made around the fire with friends.
S’mores are just a happy treat! They’re easy, cheap and just flat out yummy. Here is my idea of a s’mores bar on the fly.
These metal pails are perfect for all your s’more ingredients. You can find them at most crafts store for about $2 and under. I purchased mine from the Target dollar section. I also purchased these mini chalkboard clips, four for a $1 in the Target dollar section as well. These are great for labeling food at any party! My metal skewers were only 3 for $1.
All the items purchased for this S’mores bar came in just under $10 not including the ingredients. Everything purchased can be reused for other things. The best news is you’ve got all summer and fall to make S’mores!
Click the link before for my free printable to label your s’mores goodie bags.
I hope you all have enjoyed this 4th of July series. I hope I’ve inspired you and passed on some easy and fun ideas. Never hesitate to ask me any questions that you have. I love hearing from you all and as always, thank you for your kind and encouraging e-mails. I never tire of talking with you guys. You keep me going!
I wish you all a lovely and restful weekend. Enjoy and party s’more!
Be sure to check out the how-to for the PB inspired outdoor buffet used for the s’mores bar!