Since glamping is probably (read: definitely) here to stay, you need as much advice as possible in order to become a professional glamper. You’ve got your glamping essentials down and you already know how to decorate a tent — now all you need are plenty of s’mores to round out your glamorous wilderness experience. If outdoor flames aren’t your thing, these 20 s’mores recipes will subdue the hankering while keeping you safe and relatively mess-free. There’s even a smokey bourbon cocktail to keep you warm while telling ghost stories. Scroll down to discover your new favorite way to enjoy that classic chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker combo.

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1. Camp Crystal Lake Fireside Cocktails: These cocktails might summon visions of Friday the 13th, but don’t worry — Jason won’t be able to find you in your fabulous glamping tent. Smoked sugar syrup gives this drink its torched flavor, but make sure you top with a jumbo roasted marshmallow for good measure. (via What Do You Crave?)


2. S’mores Marshmallow Chocolate Cupcakes: The easiest way to transport pre-made s’mores treats to a campsite is via cupcakes. They may look unassuming, but your squad will be shocked when they bite into them and find a filling of homemade marshmallow fluff. (via Sweetest Menu)


3. No-Bake Fluffernutter S’mores Bars: S’mores don’t have to strictly be chocolate, marshmallow and graham crackers. These bars have a Nutter Butter crust and are sprinkled with Butterfinger bits on top. Bonus points for these bars being no-bake. (via Mariah’s Pleasing Plates)


4. No Bake Baileys S’mores Mousse Cups: These cups are a perfect sweet treat for post-grilling. If you want to make the mousse ahead of time, you can bring it and all the garnishes with you and assemble right before serving. (via With Salt and Wit)

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5. Nutella-Stuffed S’mores Brownies: The one ingredient that will always make traditional s’mores even better is Nutella. These brownies have a buttery graham cracker crust beneath the chocolate and a whole bag of marshmallows on top to tie it all together. (via Yellowfingers)

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6. Oreo Thins Cookie Dough S’mores Sandwiches: You may never want to use graham crackers as your s’mores base again after trying them with Oreo Thins. These also have a dollop of cookie dough in the middle that really takes them to the next level. (via Sweetest Menu)


7. Peanut Butter S’mores Cookie Pie: This cookie pie is so simple, it practically cooks itself. Don’t worry about bringing extra plates, because everyone will just grab a fork and dig right in. (via Averie Cooks)


8. Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed S’mores Brownies: The great thing about making a batch of brownies instead of individual s’mores is how many servings you get out of them. This recipe makes 12 brownies, and you don’t have to stand over a fire to make them. (via Melanie Makes)


9. Pumpkin S’mores Pancakes: Who says s’mores are just for dessert? Since you’re glamping and not camping, you surely have a stove readily available, meaning these pancakes will definitely be on the breakfast menu. (via Handle the Heat)


10. S’mores Bark: This bark has all the same ingredients as s’mores but is constructed differently. If you have leftovers (unlikely), try throwing it in a blender with milk and ice cream for a refreshing s’mores milkshake. (via Cook. Craft. Love)


11. S’mores Cheesecake: Cheesecake traditionally has a graham cracker crust, so it only makes sense to transform it into a s’mores cheesecake. If you’re in a real rush, you could use a store-bought cheesecake and top it with chocolate and toasted marshmallows yourself. (via Baking Beauty)


12. S’mores Crepes: These heavenly chocolate crepes are filled with marshmallow fluff, chopped-up dark chocolate pieces and crushed graham crackers. Nothing says “glamping” quite like making crepes for brunch. (via Cake Wiz)


13. Copycat S’mores Starbucks Frappuccino Recipe: You won’t find a Starbucks at many campgrounds, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have your obligatory s’mores frappuccino right at your campsite. This recipe tastes just like the original for a fraction of the cost. (via Baking Beauty)


14. Frozen Yogurt S’mores Sandwiches: It can be hot out there glamping on a summer day, and a post-hike frozen snack is exactly what you’ll need to cool down. Make a tub of homemade marshmallow frozen yogurt to bring in your cooler and build your sandwiches as you crave them. (via Cook. Craft. Love)


15. S’mores Muddy Buddies: If you’re road-tripping to your campsite, car snacks are an absolute *must*. Fair warning: If you munch this on the way, you probably won’t have any left for the actual glamping experience. (via Like Mother, Like Daughter)


16. Easy S’mores Pops: Why didn’t we think of putting our s’mores on sticks before? This way, there are no sticky fingers to deal with. (via A Latte Food)


17. Toasted Marshmallow S’mores Fudge: Marshmallow fluff is a staple fudge ingredient, and when you toast it with a culinary torch it’s also the perfect addition to s’mores fudge. Top the mixture with crushed graham crackers or sandwich between two to complete the trio. (via My Modern Cookery)


18. Toasted S’more Chocolate Chip Cookies: These cookies have all the classic flavors of a perfect chocolate chip cookie with the addition of mini marshmallows and graham cracker pieces. They’re easy, delicious and totally portable. (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)


19. 3-Ingredient S’mores Turnovers: If you were on dessert duty and forgot all about it, don’t worry. Unthaw that package of puff pastry in the freezer and gather up your last bits of chocolate chips and marshmallows for a quick and simple turnover recipe you can bake ahead. (via A Latte Food)

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20. No-Bake Mini S’mores Cheesecakes: Make sure you don’t leave out your vegan pals when planning your glamping trip desserts. These mini cheesecakes taste so much like traditional s’mores, everyone will love them. (via Pickles and Honey)

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