5 S'mores Recipes to Make For Lag B'Omer

Child Eating S'more

Lag B'Omer is just around the corner--after you read a PJ book to learn about this holiday, why not celebrate with a barbecue, backyard bonfire, and of course, s'mores!

Classic S'mores

S'mores

Everyone knows the recipe for a classic s'more: graham crackers, marshmallow, and chocolate. You can roast your marshmallows over a campfire, toast them on the grill, pop them in the microwave when it's rainy, or get scientific by making a solar cooker like Maya does in the video below:


 

S'mores Rugelach

S'Mores Rugelach from The Nosher
image via The Nosher

Did you realize that s'mores could be even more of a treat? Roll up some campfire flavor in this inventive take on rugelach.

S'more Sandwich

S'more Sandwich via Joy of Kosher
image via Joy of Kosher

You can make this perfectly crusted confection on your grill to wrap up your Lag B'Omer barbecue. While grownups should handle the grilling, kids can easily help with pre-prep and assembling these ooey gooey sandwiches. 

Mini S'mores Pie

An easy treat to make in bulk or ahead of time. If you're hosting a get-together with other PJ Library families, whip up a batch of these. 

S'mores Icebox Cake

Icebox Cake
image via Chelsea's Messy Apron

If your bubbe ever made an icebox cake in the summer, this super quick and easy make-ahead recipe will be very familiar. Since this is a no-cook recipe, little hands can help with many of the steps, from mixing to using a vegetable peeler to create chocolate shavings. 

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