S'more Party Ideas: Savory

Savory S'mores

Looking for ideas for a s'more party? Mmm S'mores, everyone loves them. If you have a more sophisticated palette, you might want to try savory s'mores. In the mood for something a little different at your next bonfire or when you cozy up in front of the fireplace? Try these simple savory s'mores.

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S'more Party Ideas: Savory
S'more Party Ideas: Savory S'mores.

Who doesn't love s'mores? If you are having a a slumber party or a cocktail party, grab an indoor s'mores maker for your dining room table. Gouda cheese and pepperoni in between fire-roasted apple slices provide an elegant twist to the campfire favorite. Adults will applaud your ingenuity and teens will think you are awesome. Enjoy!

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How to Make Savory S'mores

Savory S'mores Ingredients:

Gouda cheese, pre-sliced if possible
Pepperoni, sliced

  • Cut the apples in thick slices.  
  • Put about 4 slices of pepperoni and two apple slices onto a roasting stick.  
  • Roast in the fire until the apples are slightly soft.  
  • Put the pepperoni and a gouda slice in between the roasted apple slices.  

How to Make Savory S'mores


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