• David Locke

Building a S'more Bar-Halloween Tradition




Every Halloween my wife and I have a huge Halloween party filled with family and friends. One of the staples of the celebration is a s'more bar. You can do your own s'more bar very easily two different ways. First lay out all the ingredients for your s'more bar: graham crackers, small Hershey bars, and marshmallows. You can also get creative with Reese's cups, ghost Peeps, or anything else you think might go well on your s'more. If you happen to have a fire pit or can build one you can certainly allow people to roast them outside, which is great fun! For years we did not have a fire pit and simply allowed everybody to microwave their s'more. Pop it on a plate, put it in the microwave for 30 seconds, and Wham! You have the best s'more ever. I actually prefer them to be done in the microwave as both the chocolate and the marshmallows melt. If you plan to allow your guests to roast the s'mores outside make sure to buy some long wooden skewers or a straightened coat hanger works in a pinch.

S'more bars are a fun way to feed your family or guests during the fall holiday season.




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