What’s Your S’more?

Mine Is With Ice Cream

This is something I started making over the summer.  It’s a S’more that you can make inside, whether it’s in the summer or winter… with ice cream!

Yesss, S’mores made with ice cream…you can’t go wrong with this delight!  

I am not sure about you, but sometimes, out of the blue, I want a roasted marshmallow!  I am fortunate to have a gas stove, so I put a marshmallow on a long fork, turn on my stove for just a minute, and start roasting my marshmallow over the fire.  * Caution: this is only for adults to do, and I DO NOT recommend for children to do this or even watch you do it; this way they are not tempted to try it when you are not around.  

You can certainly roast your marshmallow outside on your campfire and have your ice cream on ice so that it doesn’t melt before the ice cream hits the heated marshmallow!

I am also fortunate to live in Durham, which has a bakery and restaurant downtown called Roses Noodles Dumplings and Sweets; this where I get my chocolate sugar cookies that are finished with granulated sugar and come in two different shapes and sizes.  

They all taste the same, so I like to get both the square and the round for variety!  You can also use Honey Maid Chocolate Graham Crackers or regular Graham Crackers, or make your own chocolate sugar cookies!  Try topping them with salt instead of sugar for a different spin.

I use all kinds of flavors of ice cream to make my S’mores. Ones I made this summer are Gimme S’more by Ben & Jerry, Chocolate Therapy by Ben & Jerry; Edy’s Cookies and Cream is my children’s choice.  Another favorite is Talenti Sea Salt Caramel Gelato.

When I’m up for the challenge, I am going to make some of my own concoctions of ice cream.

I like to use the chocolate ice cream in place of a chocolate bar or I’ll add hot fudge if it’s vanilla based or caramel ice cream.

Have you ever made a S’more with ice cream?  Whether you have or not, but you have made a spin off of a traditional S’more, please share your favorite S’more with us!

Remember to share this recipe with a friend or family member, if you think they would enjoy it!


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