National S’mores Day is August 10, and there is no better way to celebrate than by digging into a not-so-traditional take on this campfire creation. Here are five Valley spots to check out.
Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen is honoring the beloved summer tradition with its Toasted S’mores Cocktail. Served in a coupe glass, the Toasted S’mores Cocktail has Hershey’s chocolate sauce and crushed graham cracker powder on the rim of the glass. It’s garnished with a roasted marshmallow, two Hershey squares and a graham cracker.
Though you’ll have to keep an eye on Crumbl’s weekly flavor lineup, its S’mores Brownie cookie is a rich, decadent treat. The warm chocolate and graham cracker cookie is filled with a mix of milk and semi-sweet chocolate chips and topped with marshmallow crème and graham cracker crumbs.
Through September, order up a mini Not Your Average S’More “Short Stopper” Shake at ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale. The petite sweet features chocolate, marshmallows and graham cracker and is served from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. “Short Stopper” Shakes are also available to go.
Hash Kitchen’s S’mores Iced Coffee, made with a Ghirardelli chocolate and iced coffee mix topped with charred marshmallows and graham cracker crumbs, and the towering S’mores Pancakes, chocolate chip pancakes with marshmallow fluff, are just begging for a spot on your Instagram feed.
The top spot to get s’mores? A shop that specializing in scratch-made marshmallows, of course. Toasted Mallow in Gilbert offers gourmet marshmallows, fluff-topped specialty drinks, mallow pies, cereal treats and a custom s’mores bar where you can watch your creation whipped up in front of your eyes.