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Which do you prefer? Sitting out on the porch with a popsicle or sitting around a campfire roasting s'mores? I'm from Texas, so I can handle some scorching heat. I try to enjoy the winter fun outside, but I will admit, I get cold way too quickly. This means I have to get creative with indoor fall and winter activities. So, what's the equivalent of me enjoying a pickle pop on a hot summer day when it's 28 degrees outside? An indoor s'mores maker.
That's right. No fire pit or bonfire needed. Indoor s'mores makers are perfect for those who can't build a campfire or don't have a fireplace. Also, it's a safer alternative for little ones. You can have your own delicious s'mores in minutes with a s'mores maker. For me, s'mores bring to mind campfires as a kid, trying to perfect my s'more- do you char it on the outside for a crispy exterior, or slowly roast it on all sides to golden perfection?
I was never the kid who had the patience to do that, but it's hard to make a s'more that tastes bad. Using an indoor s'more maker is a great way to perfect your skills and take a trip down memory lane to the days of summer camp. Plus, it's a fun way to make some sweet treats. After all, no one's too old to enjoy a warm, melty marshmallow with a crunchy graham cracker and a piece of chocolate.
Best S'mores Makers for Indoors
Sterno's s'mores maker comes with a heat fuel can so you can light the flame. Then, all you need to do is make sure you have enough graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate! Who would've thought you'd be able to roast marshmallows in your living room?
This is an ideal activity to do when you're snowed in on a cold winter night. There are two roasting forks, so invite a loved one over for s'mores! It's also year-round fun for those who love making s'mores for any occasion.
Another favorite s'mores maker is available on Amazon for $35.99. This electric s'mores maker comes with a serving tray and four roasting forks. I love that you just need to plug it in! It's so simple, and the sleek stainless steel design is a plus.
Nostalgia's electric s'mores maker is tabletop safe and BPA-free! The flameless electric heater will give you some peace of mind letting kids use it. Customer reviews are wonderful. I'm not one to look forward to cold winter nights, but it gives me an excuse to roast some marshmallows.
I am drooling thinking about perfect golden brown marshmallows and gooey chocolate! If you're big on chocolate, you have to try chocolate-stuffed marshmallows. Now that would be the best s'more you've ever had.
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Ditch the hassle of a fire pit or large open fire. Brentwood Appliances' s'mores station roasts s'mores in two minutes!
It comes with four marshmallow forks, four compartment trays, and one station. A customer gave it five stars and said, "So far really good product my kids love it. Works perfectly indoor fun time with loved ones."
Casa Moda's s'mores maker comes with one toasting grill, stainless-steel lazy susan, and ceramic holders for graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars. This awesome gadget is going to come in handy for Valentine's Day!
Ditch the grill top, fondue pots, skewers, and toasters! This is a top pick for parents. No matter how careful you are, it can be tough to keep kiddos a safe distance from open flames hot kitchen gadgets. This $18 s'mores maker is the solution! The microwave s'mores maker cooks two s'mores in 30 seconds or less.
Just fill the water reservoir, place the marshmallows on the tray, and heat up. The s'mores making-gadget is dishwasher safe.
Now, all you need is a Hallmark movie and a throw blanket, and you've got yourself the perfect night in.
S'mores Ingredients & Gadgets
Be sure to grab enough boxes for the entire family.
I'm grabbing two packs--one for s'mores and one for my hot chocolate.
What's a s'more without Hershey's chocolate?
Just in case you need extra roasters!
This post was originally published in 2019.