National S’mores Day was created especially for those with a sweet tooth and hikers. If you have ever enjoyed relaxing by the fire, you probably ate this wonderful, tender, viscous delicacy. Take advantage of the holiday dedicated to it, and savor it once again.
It is not known how the holiday appeared, but the history of the sweet itself is well known. The dessert was invented by Scouts; it appeared in cookbooks as early as the 1920s. Despite its simplicity, there are different versions – everyone makes it in their own way. Especially often the preferred degree of roasting marshmallows varies.
Traditionally, the pieces are roasted over a campfire, but a microwave or oven can be used if desired.
- There is a s’more flavored beer produced by several breweries in different states.
- It would seem the dish is very unhealthy, but there is a way to make it dietary: use dark chocolate, whole grain crackers and marshmallows with a reduced sugar content.
- Many people love dessert not only for the taste, but also for the cooking process – most people like to roast marshmallows over a fire.
How to take part
Enjoy the dessert by preparing it over the fire. Take crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows, and make your favorite treat. Share a meal with friends: this dish is designed to be eaten in company, listening to fascinating stories, and songs sung with a guitar. Be sure to take a couple of photos to keep the memories of this day.
If the usual option is too boring for you, try adding variety to the recipe. Berries, nuts, caramel, and sweet sauce are just a few of the ingredients you can add. Your friends will surely be delighted.
When is National S’mores Day celebrated in 2023?
National S’mores Day is observed on August 10 each year.