JACKSON, Miss.- Today is National S’mores day and people are celebrating by eating their favorite campfire treat.
A mash up of melted chocolate, roasted marshmallows, all smashed between two crispy graham crackers, that’s how you make a traditional S’more.
But where did the name S’mores come from?
It was first recognized in a Girl Scout recipe book “Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts.” The name was originally “Some More,” like “Can I have some more?.” It was later shortened to s’mores.
These days people are making S’mores with more than just graham crackers and marshmallows. New ideas include doughnuts, cookies, or even taking the flavor and creating a s’mores shake.