This Halloween S’mores Board is great for a fun family night in, or for make-it-yourself Halloween Smores for a Halloween party.
Themed boards have become quite a trend, and it’s easy to see why, like in the case of this Halloween S’mores Board! They’re fun, interactive, cute, and sure to facilitate a good time!
These Halloween Smores are delightfully festive, with fun goodies available like mushrooms in the shape of ghosts, Frankensteins, pumpkins, and more. I even found these pumpkin spice marshmallows at Walmart, of all places! (They go delightfully with the gingersnap cookies, by the way!)
Customize it and make it your own, getting creative with what you find available and what you and your people like! And for more fun Halloween desserts, try this Halloween Puppy Chow, healthier Graveyard Dirt Cups, and Halloween Oreo Cheesecake Brownies.
Why These Halloween Smores are SO Good:
- Easy to make
- Fun to customize
- Can be done indoor or outdoor
- They’re DELICIOUS!
For a full ingredient list with quantities, please check out the recipe card at the bottom of this post!
Ultimately, get creative with what you can find and want, but here’s what you need to include:
- Chocolate: The classic chocolate bar is a staple, but add options to your board! I used chocolate bars, cookies and creme chocolate bars, and Halloween-shaped Reese’s (Reese’s Thins are great for s’mores, too).
- Graham Crackers & Cookies: Again – you want to include a variety on the s’mores board. I used a classic graham cracker, chocolate graham crackers, fudge striped cookies, and gingersnap cookies.
- Marshmallows: You can include the classic jumbo marshmallow, but definitely add some fun Halloween-themed marshmallows. I found pumpkin-shaped pumpkin spice-flavored marshmallows at Walmart, as well as the eyeball marshmallows there, too. The Peeps brand also has fun Halloween marshmallow shapes, like green Frankensteins, white ghosts, orange pumpkins, and even cute skulls for Dia de Los Muertos.
For a Halloween S’mores Board, I suggest choosing at least 3 different varieties of each cracker/ cookie, chocolate/ candy, and marshmallow,
For complete instructions, please check out the recipe card at the bottom of this post!
If you’re using an outdoor fire, please make sure you’re practicing fire safety best practices! Don’t be near any dry brush/ area, stay distanced from dwellings, and have water nearby to put out the fire quickly, if needed.
For indoor smores, try using one of this little indoor & patio concrete tabletop fire pit. It’s small/ personal sized, perfect for roasting one marshmallow at a time. It uses isopropyl alcohol for fuel, and is safe for roasting marshmallows. It also can easily be extinguished.
Once your fire is safely set (and supervised by adults), roast marshmallows with a skewer over the flame, then assemble your Halloween smore!
- The base is half a graham cracker rectangle (so one square).
- Top with half a chocolate bar (or 1/4 for a less chocolatey option).
- Add the roasted marshmallow.
- Top with the other half of the graham cracker rectangle, using it to sandwich the marshmallow and slide it off the skewer.
To assemble your Halloween Smores Board, play around with where you’re placing items based on the size and shape of your board. Have fun with it! But here are some general tips:
- If you have any bowls or containers (like my bowls of eyeball and pumpkin marshmallows) place those first and then layer other items in around them.
- I had four different types of cookies and crackers, so I let one take each corner.
- Divide different chocolates throughout the board – I liked to place them near cookie/ cracker pairings that may be tasty, like cookies and cream chocolate bars by chocolate graham crackers.
- Use larger marshmallows to fill in holes.
- Have more empty spots? You can even fill with smaller items, like mini pretzel twists or other Halloween candies.
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- 10 graham crackers or other cookie
- 10 seasonal marshmallows
- 5 chocolate bars or other candy
- Carefully fill the indoor fire pit with isopropyl alcohol and use a lighter to ignite. PLEASE practice fire safety, and make sure adults are present.
- Skewer a marshmallow, gently, then carefully roast over the flame.
- Assemble halloween smore using 1/2 a graham cracker as a base (so one square), topped with half a chocolate bar, then the roasted marshmallow, then the other half the graham cracker on top. Enjoy immediately!