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Take s’mores to a whole new level with this S’mores Board! Loaded with marshmallows, graham crackers, candy, and different kinds of cookies, everyone can make their own unique s’mores. All you need is a campfire, grill, or fire pit to go with it!
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S’mores Board for a Party
Even as an adult, I can’t resist a s’more! I loved them growing up, and I love them now – the combo of ooey-gooey toasted marshmallows with chocolate and graham cracker brings back the best childhood memories.
Maybe you’ve noticed how popular dessert boards are these days? Well, I thought, why not make a smores charcuterie board! It’s such a fun way to make smores for a party, and you can customize it with all kinds of treats.
This smores board is definitely a step up from the basic toasted marshmallow treats from my childhood. Yes, I love a classic smore, but there are many ways to make them, and piling it all on a board is such a fun way to do it.
So, we’re going beyond just graham crackers and Hershey bars for this epic s’more charcuterie board. You can use different cookies and candies to make next-level s’mores everyone will love!
This is the easiest dessert to make for a crowd – just arrange everything on a board, hand out the sticks for toasting marshmallows, and let everyone help themselves. It’s so fun!
What you need to make a S’mores Charcuterie Board
- Graham crackers
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Sugar cookies
- Girl Scout copycat cookies – we like Keebler brand
- Large marshmallows
- Hershey’s chocolate bars
- Cookies and Cream candy bars
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
How to Make a Smores Board
- Place the marshmallows on a large tray.
- Place the cookies on the board and then fill in the gaps with the chocolate.
- Place the strawberries or other fruit among the cookies and candy.
Don’t forget the sticks or long skewers for toasting the marshmallows.
For this s’more board, jumbo or large marshmallows work best – mini ones are cute but not great for toasting.
You can use a large tray for your board or just grab a large rimmed sheet pan. As long as the tray is rimmed, it will work – you won’t need to worry about ingredients rolling off when you serve it.
You don’t need a campfire to enjoy this smores charcuterie board – you can toast marshmallows over a grill or backyard fire pit.
Make Ahead Instructions
You can assemble this board early in the day and cover it tightly with plastic wrap. When it’s time to roast marshmallows, just unwrap it and serve.
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- Place marshmallows on a large board. Fill in with candy. Fill in with desired cookies.
- Serve with skewers to roast the marshmallows with.
Make a S’mores Board for your next party – fill a charcuterie board with cookies, chocolate and marshmallows and let everyone make their own flavored s’mores!