Let’s start a fire and make the most festive s’mores charcuterie board for your next party! Gather around the camp fire and make a s’mores board – it’s the cutest way to enjoy this classic treat.

S’mores can be so much more than marshmallows, chocolate bars and graham crackers. We’re showing you how to make the cutest s’mores board ever!

A smores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.
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This is the perfect campfire treat that is wonderful for summer and fall. If you’re a family that enjoys sitting around your fire pit in the cooler evenings, you’re going to love this s’mores charcuterie board.

The best part? It’s so easy to customize. Choose items your family loves, or use this time to try something new! There’s just something about a fresh spin on an iconic dessert like s’mores that really gets everybody excited.

Charcuterie boards were originally developed to showcase an array of meats, cheeses, nuts, fruits and veggies in an appetizer format. This s’mores board is simply a fresh, fun spin on the traditional – and I think you’re going to love it!

We’re sharing the best inspiration for making your own s’mores board, with tips and tricks to ensure it’s a huge success. Let’s get started!

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S’mores Charcuterie Board

If you love marshmallows, you probably love s’mores! There is not much that’s better than sitting outside with your crew, enjoying this decadent treat.

That is, until you upgrade your s’mores with all these fresh, delicious ideas!

A smores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Why You’ll Love It

  • Fun – S’mores are loved by kids and adults alike!
  • Unique – This is a fresh spin on a classic.
  • Great for Parties – Perfect for entertaining friends and family!
A s'mores board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Ingredients and Substitutions

See printable recipe card for complete ingredients and instructions.

  • Marshmallows
  • Chocolate Bars – The classics are always loved, but there are so many fun chocolate bar ideas. Try white chocolate or fruit flavors!
  • Graham Crackers
  • Nilla Wafers
  • Biscoff Cookies (Speculoos)
  • Waffle Cookies – These have a great crunch, or try my Stroopwafels without a pizzelle.
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
  • Caramel Sauce
  • Chocolate Sauce
  • Peanut Butter
A s'mores board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.
A smores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Tools to Use

A s'mores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

How to Make

  1. Begin with a large tray. While it’s helpful to have something with a lip so you don’t lose items during transport, anything will work.
  2. Start with your bowls of dips or spreads. Center them throughout your tray as anchors. A s'mores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.
  3. Build around them with visual cues in mind! Group like items for a pretty display.
  4. Save the marshmallows for last, as they can quickly become stale once out of their wrappers.
  5. When you’re ready to make a s’more, start by adding any spreads to your cookies or crackers so they are prepared. On top of the spread, place any chocolate bars you’d like. A hand spreading nutella onto a s'more.
  6. Next, toast your marshmallow. Once it’s toasted, add it to your cookie or cracker with the spread and chocolate. Complete with a secondary cracker or cookie for a sandwich effect. A hand holding a s'mores with caramel
A s'more with caramel sauce
A s'mores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Variations

  • Vary your crackers! Try cinnamon, honey or chocolate graham crackers. Cookies are equally beautiful on this board – anything with enough space to trap the marshmallow will work! You can use any favorite cookies here.
  • Chocolate – Mix it up with white chocolate, mint chocolates, Reese’s, caramel squares and more. A s'mores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.
  • Marshmallows – We tend to love the jumbo marshmallows here. They even make flat ones specifically for s’mores now! You can make your own homemade marshmallows or even use marshmallow fluff. Flavored or gourmet marshmallows are always a great idea too!
  • Add Fruit – Not only would this give your board a pop of color, but raspberries, strawberries and bananas are all incredible with chocolate.
  • Lemon – Speaking of fruit, try a lemon spin on this treat by adding lemon curd and lemon wafer cookies with your toasted marshmallows. 
  • Add Dips and Spreads – We added salted caramel, cookie butter and Nutella. You could do jellies and jams, secret chocolate sauce, and so much more!
A s'mores board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Tips

  • If you know you’re serving lots of guests and won’t have to worry about waste, go ahead and open your chocolates for display. It looks cute whether they are wrapped or unwrapped!
  • Choose a variety of items to please both kids and adults – gourmet chocolates go over very well with the adults in our neighborhood.
  • Anything can be a dessert board if it’s a food safe material, or lined with parchment paper! Get creative!
A smores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I make a s’mores charcuterie board the night before?

Yes! Simply design your board as desired with all items that are shelf stable. Leave the marshmallows to add just before serving. If you’re using dips or spread, simply add the bowls onto the board and design remaining ingredients around them – you can add the items that need refrigeration when you’re ready to display and serve!

What can I use instead of graham crackers for smores?

Use any of your favorite cookies, or even crackers to create a sweet and salty masterpiece! Try waffles or waffle cones, and even ice cream cones for a fun spin.

A hand holding a s'mores with a firepit in the background
A Solo stove campfire on a gravel fire pit, surrounded by white chairs. A smores charcuterie board rests on one chair.

More Marshmallow Love

A smores charcuterie board filled with various marshmallows, cookies, crackers and dessert spreads.
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S’mores Charcuterie Board

Let's start a fire and make the most festive s'mores charcuterie board for your next party! Gather around the camp fire and make a s'mores board – it's the cutest way to enjoy this classic treat.
Prep: 15 minutes
Total: 15 minutes
Servings: 8
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Ingredients  

  • Marshmallows
  • Chocolate Bars
  • Graham Crackers
  • Nilla Wafers
  • Speculoos
  • Waffle Cookies
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
  • Caramel Sauce
  • Chocolate Sauce
  • Peanut Butter

Instructions 

  • Begin with a large tray. While it’s helpful to have something with a lip so you don’t lose items during transport, anything will work.
  • If you’re unwrapping your chocolates, that’s next!
  • Start with your bowls of dips or spreads. Center them throughout your tray as anchors.
  • Build around them with visual cues in mind! Group like items for a pretty display.
  • Save the marshmallows for last, as they can quickly become stale once out of their wrappers.
  • When you're ready to make a s'more, start by adding any spreads to your cookies or crackers so they are prepared. On top of the spread, place any chocolate bars you'd like.
  • Next, toast your marshmallow. Once it's toasted, add it to your cookie or cracker with the spread and chocolate. Complete with a secondary cracker or cookie for a sandwich effect.

Tips

Variations 

  • Vary your crackers! Try cinnamon, honey or chocolate graham crackers. Cookies are equally beautiful on this board – anything with enough space to trap the marshmallow will work! You can use any favorite cookies here.
  • Chocolate – Mix it up with white chocolate, mint chocolates, Reese’s, caramel squares and more.
  • Marshmallows – We tend to love the jumbo marshmallows here. They even make flat ones specifically for s’mores now! You can make your own homemade marshmallows or even use marshmallow fluff. Flavored or gourmet marshmallows are always a great idea too!
  • Add Fruit – Not only would this give your board a pop of color, but raspberries, strawberries and bananas are all incredible with chocolate. 
  • Lemon – Add lemon curd and lemon wafer cookies for an incredible treat. 
  • Add Dips and Spreads – We added salted caramel, cookie butter and Nutella. You could do jellies and jams, secret chocolate sauce, and so much more!
Calories: 255kcal | Carbohydrates: 32g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.4g | Sodium: 82mg | Potassium: 20mg | Fiber: 0.4g | Sugar: 18g | Calcium: 9mg | Iron: 0.5mg

Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.

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