The S’mores Cookbook

S’mores is one of my favorite flavor profiles.  What’s not to love?  Melty chocolate, gooey marshmallow, crunchy graham cracker.  Mmm.  You may remember the s’mores bars I made last fall…  the thought of them still makes my mouth water!  My friend, Susan, loves s’mores too — or she must anyway since she wrote an entire cookbook about them!

I’ve known Susan practically since I first started blogging.  Our sons are only about 2 months apart and we’ve been following each others blogs and exchanging Christmas cards for years.  This year, I attended BlogHer’13 and was thrilled to finally meet Susan in person — and attend her s’mores themed cookbook party at the Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago.

Susan and I met for dinner before her party and it was nice to be able to chat in person.  We both felt like we already knew each other (oh, the magic of blogging and email!) but it was nice to sit across the table from each other and have a real conversation as well.

We capped the evening off with s’mores martinis, s’mores dip (from the cookbook – delicious), and traditional s’mores.  It was a s’mores lovers Mecca!

Susan has graciously offered to giveaway three copies of “The S’mores Cookbook” to three Five Wooden Spoons readers!  Leave a comment letting me know about the last time you enjoyed a melty, gooey s’more!  Follow the instructions in the rafflecopter below to earn more entries!  Good luck!
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18 thoughts on “The S’mores Cookbook

  1. I stumbled across “” and saw Ooey, Gooey, Chewy S’more Bars and thought I’M DEFFO DOIN THESE! so I did and wow great with a chai latte , scrumlidicious! who cares if they are messy and gooey hahaha love em VERY moorish !

  2. I made s’mores with my dear friend Tracie at her home on the beach. We used super dark chocolate (yum), homemade graham crackers, and of course, roasty toasty marshmallows that we cooked over her fire pit. Every time I make them, I look at my left hand… which has a scar from a marshmallow that was too hot when toasting it in my fireplace as a child. I thought it looked perfect, and *POP* it blew up just enough to send a piece of it’s sugary white shrapnel into my hand. Yow that hurt…so I retaliated… I ate it 😉

  3. I LOVE s’mores! I enjoyed a gluten free one by a bonfire two months ago. Lately I’ve been enjoying s’mores dip once or twice a week. SO good and easy!

  4. I actually enjoyed the Reeses Smores with Amber earlier in the summer and they were darn greeeeaaaat, but the last time I had a smores was last weekend. My husband built a new fire pit out of the rim of a tractor tire. It is the best fire pit we have ever had!! I am not sure that is on pinterest. We cooked them with our entire family, nieces and nephews and neighbors covered in gooey goodness sitting by the lake. My 4 year old daughter thinks all company who comes over now needs a smore!!

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