Sometimes the best part of making s’mores is the experience, but it’s hard to make them in bulk for a crowd and keep them warm when you’re heating up one at a time. Today I want to share with you a quick and easy way to make smores for a crowd! This is a great way to make smores this winter without an open fire! They’re easy to share at a large Christmas party. This is a great way to make s’mores for kids that aren’t quite old enough to be trusted around a fire.
We wanted to make smores for a Young Life club and there was no way to have a fire to make them there so I figured out a way to make them ahead of time and transport them. I made 60 smores in less than 30 minutes and kept them hot for a full hour!
Here’s how you do it – it’s so crazy simple I can’t believe I’m typing it out!
Assemble one smore at a time and wrap individually in foil – be sure the foil doesn’t tear.
Line up on a sheet pan (I could fit 24 on a half sheet pan). And bake for 10 minutes at 350.
Store in an insulated cooler to keep them hot – mine stayed warm for a full hour before we ate them!
Serve them warm and receive all the compliments!