Greek S’mores

A Classic Campfire Tradition: Greekified!

Greek-S'mores | figsandfeta.comDating back to the 1920’s, the S’more is a popular campfire tradition consisting of a toasted marshmallow and rich melty chocolate sandwiched between two crunchy graham crackers. Today we celebrate National S’mores Day in America, so here’s my version of the S’more, simplified and Greekified!

This recipe is more of a method, and probably should be titled “S’mores in Greece” rather than “Greek S’mores.” Four years ago while working in Greece over the summer my husband and I were prepping for a beach gathering for over 200 Greek-American teenagers. Wanting to make S’mores over the campfire but not able to find graham crackers in Greece a lightbulb came on in my head: The Petit Beurre biscuit made by the Papadopoulos cookie company was the perfect little ingredient to create a S’more.

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On the inside of the biscuit you’ll find rich milk chocolate and on the other a crunchy and sweet cracker. They now carry dark chocolate coated biscuits as well. This biscuit was invented by the the Greeks exclusively for the creation of the S’more. (Well… not really, but it could have been. Really.)

A great alternative found in the local grocery store here in the States is Lu Petit Ecolier biscuit.Greek-S'mores |

Greek S'mores
Using Greek chocolate coated biscuits and toasted marshmallows these are a Greek twist on a campfire classic.
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  1. Papadopoulos chocolate coated biscuits (or Lu brand found in the grocery store)
  2. Large Marshmallows
  1. Roast marshmallows over campfire.
  2. Squish between two chocolate coated biscuits.
  3. Eat.
  4. Repeat steps 1 and 2 as many times as your heart desires.
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2 thoughts on “Greek S’mores”

  • My son Jimmy was there that summer, probably enjoying your Greek S’mores at Ionian Village =) I think I will make this version up north next weekend!

    • Yes! He was an original taste-tester of the Greek S’more! :) I hope you make them, enjoy them, and eating them brings back great memories for Jimmy!

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