You thought cheese boards were good, but then came dessert boards, themed board—and you swoon. Just when you thought food boards had peaked, i’m here to bring you something even better—s’mores boards. That’s right, there’s no better way to enjoy s’mores and a fire than with a s’mores charcuterie board.
How to make a s’mores charcuterie board
Make a list of everything you want on the board and head to the grocery store. Pro Tip: Add things you like. The possibilities of what you can add to a s’mores charcuterie board are endless.
Pick your board, plate, platter—or anything that is relatively flat.
Place your graham crackers/cookies, chocolate, marshmallow and anything else you’d like onto your board. If you’d like to design the s’mores board with minimum effort, make a pile of items in one section of the board and try to mirror it on the other side of the board with something of similar color. For example a pile of graham crackers on one side and a dish of peanut butter on the other. Pro Tip: I always start with the largest items first—graham crackers, anything in cups and fill in with everything else from there.
The board is meant to be fun so let your imagination run wild—especially when you’re making your own s’more.
What can you put on your s’mores charcuterie board?
Remember the possibilities are endless, get creative, try new things. Below you will find some of my s’mores dessert board favorite additions:
Graham crackers: original, cinnamon, chocolate
Chocolate bars: from traditional Hershey bars to gourmet chocolate the choice is yours. I like to include dark, milk, cookies+cream, white chocolate
Marshmallows: original or gourmet, marshmallow brands have really stepped up their game
Peanut butter cups (traditional and white chocolate)
Fruit: I love the addition of strawberries
Cookies: fudge stripe, chocolate chip, Girl Scout Cookies, Oreo—go nuts in your local groceries cookie aisle!