We LOVE S’mores around this place. Love them. Summer and fall, you can bet a special treat is s’mores. The weather has been a little cranky here in Washington and while s’more outside has not been ideal, s’mores inside is always a good idea.
Here is what you will need to set up your station.
I used rocks to anchor the ethanol cans into a sturdy dish (I like using my pyrex pan) but be careful not to chip your glass. I also used long, metal skewers for the s’more sticks.
The great thing about Ethanol is that it is food safe. I picked up these little cans from WalMart in their wedding/party planning isle. They are also extremely cheap!
I placed the cans of ethanol in my pyrex and then situated the rocks around the cans as an anchor.
I put out all of our favorite toppings and assisted the kids in roasting their marshmallows. We talked about safety before ever lighting the cans.
Nothing beats a traditional s’more….
EXCEPT a s’more made on Ritz crackers with a Reeses Peanut Butter cup! That is where. it. is. at.
And look at my cute little helpers who had so much fun!
And a blast from the past because we love s’mores so much!
What are your favorite s’more combos? Do you like the traditional or a different kind? I would love some new ways to make them!