Food Find: Campfire S’mores Kit

Walker, our 3 year-old, saw the Campfire S’mores Kits while out shopping last week. And he really, really wanted it. The boxes are about $5, which at first may seem pricey, but consider what you get: everything you need to make at minimum 12 s’mores. And actually it makes a LOT more than that. There are 12 sections of chocolate, but plenty more crackers (you get about 32 crackers) and marshmallows (5 ounce bag, about half a regular size bag).

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Bonus points? Unlike regular graham crackers that fall apart instantly, these are extra thick and durable. The marshmallows don’t have artificial coloring (Kraft ones and most grocery store brands do). You don’t have a ton of ingredients, especially nice if only 3 or 4 people will be enjoying them. Great for car camping, cabin stays and even backpacking. Just toss the box first ;-) Taste? Great. Crunchy, gooey, sugary. What is there to not love?

Look for the boxes in grocery stores, tucked in with the seasonal items. I’d also check Wal-Mart, as they often carry Campfire brand items. And hey, Memorial Day weekend is almost here!

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Walker is my child…he has a toddler camera and “helps” me when we shoot photos. It cracks me up :-D

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~Sarah

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Comments

  1. This is such a great find. I have been wondering for a long time why there there weren’t smore kits. Everyone eats them and yet they never had them at the stores. However, I have found flat marshmallows that are ideal for putting on graham crackers. The only problem is that they are harder to roast over the fire.

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