Celebrate 4 July in style with this classic American treat
Think you need a campfire to make mouthwatering s'mores? Think again …
Nothing says summer comfort food like the combination of gooey chocolate, melted marshmallows and sweet and crunchy graham crackers.
OK, this is only true if you're American. But we're pretty confident that people the world over will be powerless to resist the appeal of s'mores when introduced. And you definitely don't need a campsite to indulge in this classic sweet treat.
In celebration of 4 July, we've rounded up the most mouthwatering – and unusual – s'mores recipes out there, from milkshakes to lasagna. You can thank us later …
Because pizza is simply the best. Especially when it has salted caramel sauce on.
The s'more is introduced to the frying pan. Perfection.
Easy to make and impressive to look at, this is sure to wow the guests at your next movie night.
Since we can all agree that bacon improves the taste of everything.
Chewy and gooey, these are a tasty alternative to the classic stacked s'mores. Warning: they're equally addictive …
This must be the best way to cool down on a hot day.
Lasagne with chocolate, whipped cream and marshmallows? Why yes, please.
S'mores in a glass, with added liqueur? 'Nuff said.
Anything with Nutella works for us, really. Add in marshmallows, a graham cracker pie crust (plain digestives would work, too) and no baking time and we're sold.
This recipe had us at the seven scoops of chocolate ice cream …