A s’mores buffet is a great way to spend time together with your family. Give it a try, you’re kids will love it!
Easy S’mores Idea
My family lives in Arizona and we don’t have below freezing temperatures, so it isn’t uncommon to catch us outside in December sitting around our fireplace in the backyard with a crackling fire and yummy treats.
Last week we made our own s’mores buffet and setting it up was almost as fun as the activity itself! We invited a few families over and had a great time! The kids loved being able to customize and pile on their favorite (pronounced all:)) toppings.
This s’mores buffet bar idea is perfect when entertaining large crowds. This idea is perfect for family gatherings, BBQs, weddings or any other time you’re hosting a large group.
Items You’ll Need
The best thing is that you can customize your s’mores buffet to have all of your favorite things. Here are a few suggestions of things our family loves.
- Graham crackers
- Peanut butter
- Biscoff spread
- Chocolate candies
How To Make A S’mores Buffet
Prep – We just have a small portable fire pit that we throw a few logs on and light up. You’ll also want to grab a few marshmallow skewers to roast your marshmallows with.
Organize – Lay out all the ingredients, buffet style on a table. I’m not one who usually goes all out for parties with table spreads that take days to put together, so you can get as elaborate or as SIMPLE as you’d like!
Roast – Cook your marshmallows over the open flame and then build your s’mores exactly how you want!
More Easy Dessert Ideas
- Oven Baked S’mores
- The Best Homemade Brownie Recipe
- Colorful Jello Cookies
- Easy 10 Minute Sugar Cookies
- S’mores Thin Mint Recipe
What is your favorite way to build s’mores? Are there any other toppings that you’d include in your s’mores buffet that we forget? Leave us a comment below and tell us.
S’mores Buffet Recipe
- Lay out all the ingredients in a buffet style.
- Cook your marshmallows over an open flame
- Build your s’mores to your liking!
- Eat and enjoy!
- Repeat steps 1-3!
- fire pit
- marshmallow skewers
This post originally published on Somewhat Simple in December 2012. It was updated in October 2021.