Sitting around a campfire isn’t complete without an ooey gooey s’more. There is nothing better than these iconic campfire treats and nowhere else that they taste better than in the Northwoods. When you are in the Minocqua area, make your s’mores even s’more epic with some of our ultimate Northwoods s’more recipes.

Gather your traditional s’mores supplies and top them off with Minocqua area treats to make our favorite recipes below.

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Traditional Twist S’more

Chocolate Chip Cookie & Toasted Classic Marsh-Mallow:
Toast up some classic marshmallows & sandwich between two chocolate chip cookies from Nanette's Kitchen

Firepits & Fudge S’more

Graham Cracker, Toasted Marshmallow, & Fudge:
Take your chocolate choice up a few notches with a slice of decadent fudge. Our local fudge shops have some great flavors to make some pretty amazing s’mores. Head to Boardwalk Ice Cream, Fudge, & Gelato in the Boardwalk Shops. Try dark chocolate sea salt caramel fudge or for a salty-sweet combo, Chocolate mint fudge for a minty twist, or the Goo Fudge which is vanilla and chocolate fudges swirled together with caramel.

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The Nuttin’ Butter Than Up North S’more

Graham Cracker, Toasted Marshmallow, & Peanut Butter Cup:
A Northwoods campfire is to s’mores what peanut butter is to chocolate. Use a jumbo peanut butter cup. The one at The Cheese Board, weighs in at nearly a quarter pound. That’s a lot of s’mores.  

Girl Eating A S'More

Campfire Caramel S’more

Graham cracker, Toasted Marshmallow, & Chewy Caramels:
Gooey marshmallow meets gooey caramels.  Grab a bag of soft chewy caramels to top off your toasted marshmallow.