Invented around 1927 by sweet-toothed, cookie wielding Girl Scouts, s’mores are an American tradition. All those resourceful young campers needed were fire, sticks, marshmallows, graham crackers and a Hershey Bar. They didn’t even need plates for these fun sandwiches.

Thanks to the cooking channel and America’s passion for these s’morsels, this Scouting ritual has morphed into everything from a s’mores semifreddo to summer berry cheesecake.

If you feel like you have mastered your Top Chef skills with a culinary torch – here is a modern and less sticky take on this classic summer dessert. (Keep the fire extinguisher handy):

No torch? No problem. Go the old school route with a twist using your grill and a trendy marshmallow roaster.

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