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Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea

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This Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea is just what you need. The idea of making smores around a fire pit sounds amazing! It’s a simple way to create a sweet treat that everyone is going to love. Be certain to check out these Awesome S’mores Recipes as well.

And don’t fret, you can use a cutting board if you don’t have everything that you need. I’ve done that in a jiffy and it works out perfectly! This is the perfect way to grab all the ingredients for a chocolate bar, too!

If you’re looking for an easy way to get that s’mores bar and marshmallow flavor, you can’t go wrong here. All the ingredients needed are simple to get and taste amazing together! It’s literally the perfect dessert treat!

Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea

What I love best about this simple recipe is that there are so many fun ways to make it. I’ve used marshmallows and even marshmallow fluff as well. Whatever you want, do it!

My boys love the taste of marshmallows and chocolate so anytime I make this, it’s always a hit! The kids love the flavor and I love how simple it is! I don’t even have to turn on the oven at all!

What should go on a smores charcuterie board?

You can put anything that you want on this dessert board. I love adding chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers and changing up the flavors.

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Reminder, not all ingredients in the S’mores Recipe are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for

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Make it a Meal:

Thinking about giving meal planning a try? I think that once you start, you’re going to love it! I used to shy away because I thought that it was going to be too hard but that’s just not the truth. As you can see, it’s really easy and simple to do!

Main Dish: Asian Turkey Meatballs

Vegetable Side: Carrot Salad

Starch Side: Bacon Potato Soup

Refreshing Drink: Coffee Banana Tofu Shake

Best Charcuterie Recipes:

Once you make this Simple S’mores Recipe, you’re going to want all the fun snack boards! I just can’t get enough of them and I’ve gathered up some of my favorites to share with you! You’re going to love this simple list of recipes!

Make this patriotic charcuterie board for the 4th of July snacking!

Talk about the perfect couples charcuterie for celebrating Valentine’s Day!

Check out all the info about these cheese boards so you know what to buy.

Make this hot cocoa charcuterie board during the winter months!

This chicken wing charcuterie board is great for sports parties and sports fans!

I love making this traditional charcuterie board as a fast and easy snack.

Check out these other meat and cheese board ideas that kids and adults will love.

What doesn’t go on a charcuterie board?

I would say anything that has to be kept cold shouldn’t go on this board. This is because it’s going to be sitting out for long periods of time, so you want it to be stable for the room temperature.

What other ingredients can be used with s’mores?

Venturing beyond the traditional trio of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow can transform s’mores into a gourmet delight. Consider slathering a dollop of peanut butter for a nutty twist or swiping your cracker with hazelnut spread for added decadence.

For fruit lovers, adding a slice of banana or strawberry introduces a refreshing tang that complements the velvety chocolate. Adventure seekers might opt for a pinch of sea salt or a drizzle of caramel to create a fusion of sweet and salty.

Toasted coconut flakes can also add texture and a tropical vibe. It’s all about personal preference, and the joy of discovering an array of flavors that can elevate this classic campfire treat into something extraordinary.

Can I prepare charcuterie boards in advance?

Certainly, charcuterie boards can be prepared in advance—a perfect strategy for seamless entertaining. Portion and arrange items on your board carefully, ensuring each can be easily accessed without disturbing the other offerings.

Wrap the board tightly with plastic wrap or store it in a cool place if prepared several hours ahead. Keep in mind that some ingredients, especially cheeses, are best served at room temperature, so to maximize flavor, allow the board to sit outside the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before guests arrive.

With a little planning, your charcuterie board will not only be a feast for the taste buds but also a delight to behold, all prepared in advance to help you stay relaxed and ready for your gathering.

What makes a charcuterie board a good party food?

A charcuterie board is the quintessential party food, revered for its versatility and capacity to cater to a wide array of tastes.

Its beauty lies not only in the savory and sweet flavors but also in its communal nature, inviting guests to gather around and indulge in shared culinary discovery.

Equally important, a charcuterie board requires no cooking, making it a fuss-free yet sophisticated option for hosts, allowing them to revel in the festivities without being tethered to the kitchen.

Whether for a casual get-together or a formal gathering, a charcuterie board serves as a focal point of conviviality, adding a touch of gourmet elegance to any celebration.

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Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea

Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea

Don't miss out on this simple snack idea! So simple and fun!


  • Marshmallows
  • sliced Banana
  • Milk chocolate bars
  • Cookies and Crème chocolate bars
  • sliced Strawberries
  • Peanut butter
  • Fudge Stripe Cookies
  • Oreos
  • Nutella
  • Graham crackers
  • Dark chocolate bars
  • Reese’s peanut butter cups
  • Wooden skewers
  • Small bowls


Put the marshmallows down the middle of the board to create a line.

Fill one bowl with Nutella and one bowl with peanut butter. Put one board on the top and one board on the bottom.

Put the strawberries next to the Nutella and the bananas next to the peanut butter.

Place the crackers and cookies all along the marshmallows.

Put the chocolate on one side of the board and the PB cups on the other side.

Add the skewers on the board for roasting marshmallows.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 217Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 68mgCarbohydrates: 27gFiber: 2gSugar: 19gProtein: 3g

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Michele Michael

Tuesday 27th of July 2021

Coming to your house for dessert. Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday.

Kelli Miller

Tuesday 27th of July 2021

COme on over! We'd love to have you. :-)

Alex Bryan

Friday 16th of July 2021

Hi Kelli Miller!

Thanks for sharing this sweet and dessert recipe information with us.

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