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As a kick off to summer we decided to have some friends over for a S’more Bar. It’s been a cool (temperature) beginning of summer so having a fire in our fire pit and making our favorite summer treat was a fun idea. Since we did this over Memorial Day weekend we decided to go with a patriotic theme for the S’more Bar.
Once the banner was made my table started coming together piece by piece. I wanted the components at different heights, I made labels for each of the items (that you can print, click the link) and decorated the table with paper stars and glittery stars. I dyed rice blue and red and layered it in cookie jars to hold up the banner. I found patriotic pinwheels that I thought would be fun for the kids at the get together. We had everything we needed for a tasty good time.
- graham cracker
- Hershey’s Symphony Almond and Toffee chocolate bar
- caramel drizzle
- Hershey’s chocolate bar
- graham cracker to top it off
YUM! Double the chocolate with a little bit of gooey goodness. It was a fun experiment but I think I prefer the tradition S’mores better.
Whether you are roasting marshmallows over an open fire, cooking them over the stove in your kitchen or even in the microwave, enjoying S’mores with friends and family is a fun summer tradition.
What is your favorite way to enjoy a S’more? Do you enjoy adding extra ingredients?