These marshmallows are a little meta, but they’re so tasty we think you can handle it. The light, airy puffs are half chocolate, half vanilla, and the whole confection is rolled in graham cracker crumbs. S’mores made with s’mores-flavored marshmallows has a nice ring to it. Campfire not included.
To buy: $10 for 16 marshmallows, mouth.com.
Sword Campfire Roasters
It’s charming to whittle down some sticks for marshmallow roasting, but let’s be honest, it’s a lot of work. Not to mention, are sticks even sanitary? That’s why we love these quirky, long skewers. With bent tips to prevent unintentional skewering, each “sword” unscrews at the handle for easy cleanup. En Guarde!
To buy: $40, uncommongoods.com.
Nunu Chocolates Chocolate-Covered Graham Crackers
Stop and think about it for a second: regular graham crackers from the supermarket do taste a little bit like cardboard. Good cardboard, but still, paper-like. Enjoy one of these homemade crackers—crisp, full of fresh cookie flavor—and you’ll never look back. Each of the four crackers is covered in 53% semisweet chocolate and topped with a sprinkle of fleur de sel.
To buy: $9.50 for one 1.9-ounce box, mouth.com.
Eclat Chocolate Bar Set
The fastest way to upgrade your s’mores is to swap in nice chocolate. We suggest this high-quality, creamy trio, including a cacao nib bar filled with crunchy nibs, a hazelnut version studded with caramel hazelnuts, and a pink peppercorn bar which is lightly seasoned with Aleppo pepper.
To buy: $25 for three 3-oz. bars, food52.com.
This giftable set has all of the components you need to make the delectable treat, including nine handmade vanilla bean marshmallows, freshly baked grahams, and bittersweet chocolate. We’ve taste tested a number of s’mores kits, and this one bested the competition.
To buy: $25, recchiuti.com.