10 Essential Tools and Treats for S'mores Lovers
S’mores are a nostalgic treat we never get tired of. The toasty marshmallows, melty chocolate, and crisp texture of the graham crackers make an irresistible combination—the best part? They’re ready in minutes, whether you’re cooking over a campfire or using the broiler. In this roundup, we’ve gathered several tools (and treats) to help you assemble delicious s’mores all year round, from flavored chocolate and marshmallows to a s’mores maker that works indoors and outdoors. Read on to find out where you can buy them.
You’ll find all the s’mores supplies you need in these kits from Ticket Chocolate—four portions of chocolate, eight graham crackers, and four marshmallows—and Food52 has them in three different flavor varieties. In addition to honey graham crackers, the kit includes salted couverture milk chocolate and caramel-swirl marshmallows. The Original package offers couverture chocolate, graham crackers, and “gourmet vanilla-bean marshmallows.” And for chocolate fanatics, the Chocolate Lover’s kit (pictured) includes couverture dark chocolate, "gourmet chocolate chip marshmallows," and chocolate graham crackers.
DIY S'Mores Kit (Set of 2), $40 at food52.com
Instead of buying a whole kit, these Wondermade marshmallows are also an easy way to add flair to your s’mores, since they’re made with Maker’s Mark bourbon. There are 16 total in the box, and if you don’t end up using them all at the campfire, they’d be good with hot chocolate, too.
Wondermade Bourbon Marshmallows, $10.50 at mouth.com
Chocolate is a key s’mores ingredient, of course, and this Godiva gift set (pictured) has five different flavored bars to experiment with. In addition to milk and dark chocolate, there’s also dark raspberry truffle, milk chocolate almond, and milk chocolate caramel. Craving salted chocolate? Go for this dark chocolate sea salt bar set instead, which includes 10 bars.
Dark Chocolate S'mores Treats
For a pre-made s’mores-style treat, these dark chocolate s’mores are made with honey graham crackers and vanilla marshmallows, covered in a layer of Guittard dark chocolate. A sprinkle of sea salt on top is the finishing touch. The box includes “approximately 20 pieces”—due to “warm weather conditions,” you can either opt for immediate shipping (there’s a $12 surcharge for rush and ice packs) or pre-order for standard shipping for October delivery, per Williams-Sonoma.
Williams Sonoma Dark Chocolate S'mores, $30 at williams-sonoma.com
Sugarfina makes these candies by taking a mini marshmallow, covering it in milk chocolate, and rolling it in crushed graham crackers. You can enjoy them as-is, or try tossing one in the microwave for 10 to 12 seconds on high for a gooey treat.
Marshmallow S’mores, $8 at sugarfina.com
Chicago Metallic S’mores Maker
This s’mores maker, able to be used indoors or outdoors, gets great reviews on both Amazon and Wayfair. It has a ceramic roasting chimney with a stainless steel grill top and fuel can—the compartmentalized tray can hold all of your ingredients and keep them organized while you cook. As a bonus, it comes with four roasting sticks.
Cuisinart S'more Maker
This s’mores maker from Cuisinart allows you to make six s’mores at a time on the grill, in the oven, or a toaster oven. All you need to do is assemble the s'mores, lock the tool, and cook.
Marshmallow Roasting Sticks
These stainless steel campfire forks (pictured) are heat-resistant up to 482 degrees and can extend to 35 inches for roasting. Crate & Barrel customers gave them a 4.7 out of five-star rating, and several said that they work well for toasting marshmallows/making s’mores—wash them in the dishwasher after use. You can also try BBQ Dragon’s stainless steel marshmallow roasting sticks, which come in a set of five and extend up to 45 inches.
In this showstopping salted caramel s’mores recipe from Andrae Bopp, you have the option to broil the s’mores in the oven or toast the marshmallows via a campfire or kitchen torch. If you’re going the oven route, all you’ll need is a baking sheet. The marshmallows should brown in about a minute or two.
If you’re making indoor s’mores, using a kitchen torch is another option for toasting the marshmallows. This Rösle model has an adjustable dial that allows you to regulate the flame and a childproof safety switch as well. Beyond s’mores, you can use it for crème brûlée, meringues, and more.
Rösle Kitchen Torch, $65 at surlatable.com