S’mores Kit

Speaking of great wedding favor ideas, I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw these adorable s’mores kits on Twig & Thistle today. (Kathleen found them at Packaging Specialties in Seattle.) How adorable would it be to have a little s’mores kit at each place setting at a wedding or event or even arranged on a side table for guests to enjoy either at the party or after? Call me crazy, but I’m already dreaming of holiday parties and I think these would be the talk of the night at a fabulous New Year’s Eve fete. I also love Kathleen’s idea of leaving one of these little stacks of chocolate goodness perched on a side table in a guest room. Love! They’d also be perfect as an inexpensive but memorable hostess gift, wouldn’t they? I am officially on the hunt for an excuse to make little bundles of s’mores of my very own.


{Photo by Twig & Thistle.}



I would love some help in knowing which cookies to use to make smore’s in Australia. I have always wanted to try as it sounds so good, But since Graham Crackers aren’t available here. What to do what to do? Any expats or anything here able to help me?

Hey Jadey

Try Digestives or plain wheatmeal biscuits- I think Arnott’s do a line of both of these (even the Arrowroot would work) or else McVite’s Digestives or Hobnob biscuits might also work.

USA Foods sells the original via mail order (located near Melbourne) http://www.usafoods.com.au/search.php

Or make your own! http://smittenkitchen.com/2009/05/graham-crackers/

Erica F

OMG this smores are just amazing…my favorite desert. how do I work these into my day….hmmmm

I’m now officially on the hunt, too, to find an excuse to gift this sweet stack of yumminess!
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That’s what we’re doing for our favors!!!! I hadn’t thought about the clear boxes, but I love the baker’s twine!
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super cute idea!
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