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Fall: a time when tree leaves fade from vibrant green to fiery orange, red and yellow. When you wake in the mornings with the ground blanketed in a heavy frost. It’s that time of year when you pack up your summer gear and dust off your snow boots, shovels and sweaters.

Before you store away all of your summer-fun supplies, however, make sure you leave one important item out— the s’mores sticks.

Fall is the perfect time to load up your backyard firepit, bring out the blankets and chairs and huddle around the toasty-warm flames. Best of all, you can use items in your kitchen to spice up that old s’mores recipe you’ve been using all summer.

 

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For Adults: The KBM S’more

What you’ll need:

-1 Package of your favorite brownie mix (white or chocolate)

-Graham crackers

-Marshmallows

-Kahlua Liquor

What you’ll do:

-Follow the instructions on your brownie mix and prepare them in the largest pan possible— you’ll want your brownies to be relatively flat for this.

-Once brownies have cooked and cooled, drizzle or brush a layer of Kahlua across the top. Let it soak for a moment and repeat as desired.

-Cut Kahlua brownies into squares the size of a graham cracker— about 2 inches by 2 inches.

-After roasting your marshmallow to perfection, place a slice of brownie onto the graham cracker, add marshmallow and top with remaining graham half.

 

Lemon Cheesecake S’more

What you’ll need:

-8 oz. Cream cheese

-Powdered sugar (optional)

-Marshmallows

-Graham Crackers

-Lemoncello

What you’ll do:

-In a medium mixing bowl, whip together cream cheese and 1.5 ounces of Lemoncello (approx. 1 shot glass full).

-Note: for added sweetness, slowly spoon in powdered sugar as desired.

-Toast marshmallow to perfection. Smear a generous layer of lemon cream cheese on one half of graham, then add ‘mallow and top with remaining graham half.

 

For Adults: The S’more of the Irish

What you’ll need:

-Vanilla or chocolate icing

-Chocolate bar

-Marshmallows

-Graham crackers

-Irish Cream liquor

What you’ll do:

-For every 1-cup of icing, add 1 shot of Irish Cream Liquor. Blend until smooth and refrigerate until firm.

-Roast marshmallow to perfection.

-Smother one side of a graham cracker half with icing-cream mix, top with a piece of the chocolate bar, stack on perfect ‘mallow and sandwich down with remaining graham.

 

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For the Family: Double Chocolate Crunch S’more

What you’ll need:

-Chocolate graham crackers

-Hershey’s Cookies & Cream Chocolate Bar

-Marshmallows

What you’ll do:

-Prepare s’mores as usual. However, substitute regular chocolate for Cookies & Cream Chocolate bar and use chocolate grahams in place of the regular grahams.

 

Pumpkin Pie S’more

What you’ll need:

-1 can of pumpkin pie filling

-Cool Whip

-Cinnamon sugar

-Marshmallow

-Graham crackers

What you’ll do:

-For every 1-cup of pumpkin filling, add 1 cup of cool whip and stir until smooth.

-Slather pumpkin-whip mix on one side of a graham half.

-After toasting ‘mallow to perfection, stack on top of the layered graham.

-Dust with cinnamon sugar and top with remaining graham.

 

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S’more Nutty-Coco Lovin’

What you’ll need:

-Chocolate graham crackers

-Peanut butter (smooth or crunchy)

-Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups

-Marshmallows

What you’ll do:

-Spread a thin layer of peanut butter on one half of the graham cracker.

-Place peanut butter cup on layer of peanut buttered graham.

-Roast marshmallow to desired consistency and stack on top of peanut butter cup.

-Sandwich together with remaining graham half.

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