Juky 4th S’more Bar Treat Ideas
How can you make your backyard July 4th bash even better? With a sweet s’mores bar! Whether you have a fire pit, camp fire or toast marshmallows on the grill, these summer s’mores recipes are red, white and blue-spectacular. Read on for the details on how to add to your Fourth of July party with a summer-time s’mores.
Help your kiddo and pint-sized part guests to toast marshmallows. Given the heat needed to fully toast marshmallows, an adult should do the cooking part of the s’more-making. Even though plain marshmallows will work with the red, white and blue theme, you can also choose colorful red/pink or blue versions as well as star-shaped marshmallows.
Use milk or dark chocolate to make the s’more or switch things up and use white chocolate. White chocolate paired with a red marshmallow and a blue (such as blueberry) topping makes the perfect July 4th s’more!
You’ll need to sandwich the s’more with graham crackers. But the graham layer isn’t the last step in the s’more-making process. Add red, white and blue flare to the dessert treats with fresh blueberries, raspberries, sliced cherries, strawberries, star-spangled sprinkles (red, white and blue or star shapes), whipped cream, strawberry topping or red, white and blue gummy candies.