Campfire S'mores Without the Campfire

You can make campfire s'mores without going camping, having a campfire, or even a firepit!
Here's what you'll need:

1. Deep baking pans (Size depends on preference. You could even use bread pans if that's all you have)

2. Foil

3. Coals/Wood or Both

4. Old tiles/Bricks

5. S'more essentials :)

Lay down your tiles, rocks, or bricks so that they are flat and stable. This is to provide heat protection between your pans and the surface you're using. I put mine on the grass but you might prefer your cement patio. Next, cover your pans in foil. Then, put coals, wood, or both in your pans. I did both to show two different examples of what could work.

Here's a picture from the side to give you a better idea of how it looked put together. Despite how the picture makes them look, they are extremely stable. I have my tile slabs and bricks placed in such a way that there would be no wiggling or danger of tipping at all.

Use extreme caution when starting your fires. Make sure children have constant supervision around your pans. I might even go as far as putting a rock border around your pans so that they know how far away they should be. Safety first!

Here's what mine looked like after setting up and in use. So easy and the s'mores were delicious!!!

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  1. hey! I'm jumping over from the link up - we are getting ready to do these at girl scout camp next week. Should be fun, thanks for sharing a great idea! Enjoy the weekend!

  2. Shelley RobertsonJuly 7, 2013 at 1:37 PM

    Very clever! Thanks for sharing at Party In Polka Dots!!!