Outdoor S’mores Bar

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Everyone loves roasting marshmallows over an open fire, but we are going to add a few twists to this classic treat. Learn how to make a fun outdoor s’mores bar with more than just graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars!

Glass canisters with marshmallows, graham crackers, chocolate bars, peanut butter, and sliced strawberries on a metal tray with a pitcher of water in the background.

What says summer more than Outdoor S’mores? Well, nothing of course! S’mores are a quick, easy solution for summertime parties, BBQs, and get-togethers.

Ingredients you will need

A box of graham crackers with one sleeve open, a package of Hershey chocolate bars, and open bag of large marshmallows.

We are starting out with the traditional ingredients – Honey Maid Graham Crackers, Kraft’s Jet Puffed Marshmallows, and Hershey’s® Milk Chocolate Bars.

Then we are going to have some fun by adding Homemade Peanut Butter and sliced strawberries to create the most amazing Outdoor S’mores Bar that your family and friends will absolutely love!

Be sure to check out the detailed printable recipe card below

Toasted marshmallows, chocolate bar, and peanut butter between graham crackers on a napkin.

I wanted to display my ingredients in cute little bowls, but then I remembered that I live in Iowa….along with the bugs, flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and spiders!! So I opted to purchase these awesome plastic canisters with sealing lids to keep the critters out!

Glass canisters with marshmallows, graham crackers, chocolate bars, peanut butter, and sliced strawberries, and toasting sticks on a metal tray.

Next, I made my Homemade Peanut Butter and sliced the strawberries.

How to make an Outdoor S’mores Bar

Place all of your ingredients into separate canisters or directly on a serving tray.

Glass canisters with graham crackers, chocolate bars, marshmallows, peanut butter, and sliced strawberries.

If using a fire pit, light a stack of wood on fire.

Fire burning in a stack of wood inside a fire pit.

Stick your marshmallows onto your long skewers, and start roasting.

A charred marshmallow on a roasting stick over a fire.

As you can see, I like mine charred! Now stack your chocolate on a graham cracker square, topped with your roasted marshmallow, and top it off with a second graham cracker with peanut butter spread on top.

A chocolate bar and roasted marshmallow on a graham cracker, and peanut butter spread on a second graham cracker sitting on a napkin.

O – M – G – they are delicious!!

A hand holding two graham crackers with chocolate, toasted marshmallow, and peanut butter inside.

For PB&J S’mores, add the sliced strawberries to take your S’mores to a whole new level of deliciousness.

A chocolate bar, toasted marshmallows, peanut butter, and sliced strawberries between graham crackers stacked on a napkin.

If it’s too hot, or raining outside don’t worry, you don’t always need a campfire to make S’mores. In fact, I had to make new ones for the above image ^^^. Simply skewer your marshmallows and use the flame on your gas stove just as you would with a campfire.

More S’mores options

  • Use chocolate or cinnamon graham crackers
  • Try dark chocolate in place of the milk chocolate
  • Get fancy and use Ghirardelli chocolate squares or peanut butter cups
  • Use Fudge Stripe Cookies in place of the graham crackers
  • Add chocolate-hazelnut spread, almond, or macadamia nut butter

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Outdoor S’mores Bar

Learn how to make a fun outdoor s’mores bar with more than just the classic graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars!
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: graham crackers, chocolate, marshmallows
Prep Time: 4 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Calories: 206kcal
Author: Lisa Johnson

Ingredients

  • 8 large marshmallows
  • 8 whole graham crackers broken into squares
  • 4 chocolate bars broken in half to make squares
  • 8 tablespoons peanut butter more or less
  • sliced strawberries about two per s'more

Instructions

  • Place all of your ingredients into separate canisters or directly on a serving tray.
  • If using a fire pit, light a stack of wood on fire.
  • Slide a marshmallow onto a skewer and place over an open flame. Carefully turn the marshmallow over the heat for 1 to 2 minutes until the marshmallow begins to puff and turn brown, or to your desired doneness. Repeat with the remaining marshmallows. 
  • Place each piece of chocolate onto one graham cracker square. Spread peanut butter over the other graham cracker squares. Carefully place the roasted marshmallow in between the two graham crackers. Press down on both sides to squish the marshmallow down and remove the roasting stick.
  • If using sliced strawberries, place them on top of the chocolate bar before adding the marshmallow.

Notes

  • If it’s too hot, or raining outside don’t worry, you don’t always need a campfire to make S’mores. Simply skewer your marshmallows and use the flame on your gas stove just as you would with a campfire.

Nutrition

Calories: 206kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 6g | Trans Fat: 0.004g | Cholesterol: 0.4mg | Sodium: 84mg | Potassium: 192mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin A: 5IU | Calcium: 19mg | Iron: 2mg

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12 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, I just drooled on my keyboard! 🙂 I love smores and with peanut butter!!! OOOh amazing Lisa!! This would be a fabulous addition to my link party Making Memories Mondays going on now! I would love for you to stop over! 🙂
    Cathy

  2. I used to love making my own peanut butter as a kid! I had a little peanut shaped grinder I guess you’d call it. I wish I had it for my kids to try it out.

  3. We have had a fire pit outside now for almost two years, and we have never used it. These just may be the motivation to get it going! These look absolutely DELICIOUS!

  4. Hello cute lady! I’m just stopping by to let you know that we will be featuring your smores at our party that starts tonight at 7 pm. Woo Hoo! Thanks for taking the time to share them with us! Lou Lou Girls

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