Modern Jewish Wedding never misses an excuse to eat dessert!
Today, August 7, is the day devoted to one of my favorites –the S’more.
I know I fashion myself to be Carriesque. And, Carrie had her issues with the outdoors. Understandably so, “A chipmunk is just a rat in a cuter costume!”
But, there is something about the s’more that reminds me of the outdoors country: the fabulous smell of a campfire, roasting marshmallows and singing James Taylor songs, melted chocolate, messy hands and childhood memories. It’s a feel good dessert (and tasty too).
Lately, the s’more has taken on some upgrades that make it a wedding worthy dessert. We even have a Pinterest Board dedicated to the satisfying dessert which can be used at every kind of Modern Jewish Wedding from Chic to Elegant and everything in between–they’re even Kosher so you Classic Modern Jewish Brides can take part too.
Here are just a few ways you can have your S’more & eat it too (without worrying about getting your white dress all amuss) at your Modern Jewish Wedding.
There’s plenty more where these came from:
Here are just a few fun facts from Foodimentary
- Every HONEY MAID Graham Cracker is made with the goodness of 5 grams of whole grain per serving and real honey.
- HONEY MAID Graham Crackers were introduced in 1925 and are the leading brand of Graham Crackers in the U.S.
- Americans buy around 90 million pounds of marshmallows every year.
- The Hershey Company makes more than 373 million HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate bars a year. That’s enough to make 746 million S’mores!
From Right to Left: Frosty S’more cups from Easy Baked, S’mores in a cup from Cooking with Carrie, Smore’s pie from Cookies and Cups, s’more wedding cake from Bride’s, s’more martini from Food Network, Hershey Kiss S’mores from Buzzfeed, preztel & resse’s s’mores from Thrillist, make your own s’more wedding dessert bar from Cookie CreativesBACK TO TOP