These salty-sweet popcorn cones resemble Olympic torches, making them the perfect snack to serve as you watch the Olympic games. The peanut butter caramel comes together quickly, and Reese's Pieces add an extra pop of color.
Mini S'mores Cookie Cups: Piling a Hershey’s kiss and a warm, gooey marshmallow atop a graham cracker cookie base makes these tiny treats the ultimate one-bite s’mores. They’re great for serving to guests at backyard gatherings.
S'mores Cupcakes: Perfect for a backyard barbecue, this tasty cupcake highlights all the flavors of the favorite campfire treat—graham cracker crumbs in the batter, bittersweet chocolate ganache on top, and a toasted marshmallow garnish.
Puff Pastry S'mores Poptarts: When baked in the oven, sheets of frozen puff pastry become flaky and buttery—making them the perfect envelope for marshmallows and chocolate. A chocolate drizzle on top makes these reminiscent of the childhood breakfast favorite.
Raspberry S'mores: The childhood favorite gets an unexpectedly adult twist with the addition of fresh raspberries. Toast the marshmallows under the broiler or in your toaster oven, then pile onto the chocolate- and raspberry-topped graham crackers.
Ice Cream S'mores: Savor the long (and low-effort) days of summer with this delectable no-bake dessert. In addition to the scoop of vanilla ice cream, there’s chocolate marshmallow fluff sandwiched between the crackers.
S'mores Blondies: Transform the campfire classic into a portable dessert in this chewy, chocolatey, marshmallow-filled bar. Keep the blondies at room temperature, between sheets of wax paper in airtight containers, for up to 5 days.
Piling a Hershey’s kiss and a warm, gooey marshmallow atop a graham cracker cookie base makes these tiny treats the ultimate one-bite s’mores. They’re great for serving to guests at any backyard gatherings.
When baked in the oven, sheets of frozen puff pastry become flaky and buttery—making them the perfect envelope for marshmallows and chocolate. A chocolate drizzle on top makes these reminiscent of the childhood breakfast favorite.
While the formula is elementary, there are plenty of ways for things to go awry—resulting in a dry and leaden loaf that’s light years from the buttery, tender-crumbed confection we all know and love. But don't worry: with this simple recipe and the reminders below, you’ll have everything you need to succeed.
If a sighting of the ice cream truck is a rarity in your neighborhood or you just want a smaller portion of a classic treat, whip up this mini choco taco right in your own kitchen. All you need is a waffle iron, store-bought custard (or ice cream), and chocolate chips.
When a giant cake is a bit too much for a small at-home celebration, let these miniature versions stand in. Since each “cake” is made using a muffin tin, you can even swap in other flavors if someone doesn’t like chocolate.
Waffles don’t have to be relegated to breakfast. In fact, everyone knows they’re so much better with a big ol’ serving of ice cream. Impress dinner guests with the ultimate after dinner treat by sandwiching creamy vanilla ice cream and tangy fruit compote between two Belgian waffles.
Adding fresh fruit to regular or Greek yogurt makes it easy to satisfy a sweet tooth, without depending on candy or other sugar-laden options. Use a medley of tropical fruit, opt for all berries, or play around to create your own combination of flavors—you can’t go wrong.
This dinner party-worthy dessert technically requires you to bake a cake for the base, but buying a store-bought version will give yourself (and your oven) a much-needed break. Once the base is prepped, add a dollop of sorbet, surround the scoop with meringue, and brulee.
A tiny version of a favored carnival snack, these frozen banana bites are more manageable when you’re craving a little something sweet to hold you over until dinner. Almond butter is sandwiched between two slices of bananas and then rolled in a duo of crushed almonds.
This year’s trendiest drink can be enjoyed in dessert form, too. Here, a fine matcha powder is mixed with cream cheese, heavy cream, vanilla, and sugar to create a buzz-worthy dessert with full, complex flavor.
With this mini version of a favored dessert, parents don’t have to feel as guilty about giving the kids a post-supper sugar fix. Make a big batch (this recipe makes 24 mini cones) on a Sunday, and you’ll be set for at least a week or two.
You probably know what your best friend’s favorite dessert is, but do you know what takes the cake in your home state?
Delicious on their own, beer and dessert are two-times tastier together. It’s hard to screw up the combo, but for simplicity’s sake, here’s a golden rule to remember: pair like with like. In other words, beers with fruity notes complement juicy cobblers, crumbles, or pies. And ones with frothy textures make creamy desserts even more luscious. Bottoms up!