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S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Combine Two Of Our Favorite Summer Sweets

Yum! We can't wait to make these.

There’s just something about summer and s’mores. Combine that with our favorite no-bake (read: no added heat to your house) Rice Krispies treats and you’ve got a perfect summer dessert.

Sally’s Baking Addiction makes up her S’mores Rice Krispie Treats with the breakfast cereal, marshmallows, chocolate chips and graham crackers.

Once you’ve melted your marshmallows with butter, you add all the ingredients together and let them cool in a pan before serving. Sally says to add the chocolate chips last so they are less likely to melt completely.

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Delish’s twist on the s’mores bar recipe subs in Golden Grahams cereal for graham crackers and uses individual Hershey bar pieces instead of chocolate chips. Yum!

These S’Mores Rice Krispies Pinwheels from Mom on Timeout adds a layer of difficulty by rolling up the bars jellyroll-style so when you cut them they have a pinwheel effect. But that makes them look even more unique.

How about some s’mores granola bars to take on a hike? Hello Spoonful uses whole wheat flour and old-fashioned oats to make these three-layered granola bars full of healthy fiber. Of course there’s also the mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips and crushed graham crackers to create the classic S’mores combo.

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If you’re looking for something that could pass more as actual breakfast, try out biscuit s’mores. You can use either your own biscuit recipes or take a shortcut with Bisquick or a premade mix.

And if you don’t have time for that — say, if you’re on a campout where your kids are whining about where breakfast is — try this. Take a Pop-Tarts pastry (try the brown sugar cinnamon flavor) and cut or break it in half. Put a piece of chocolate and a roasted marshmallow in between and squish it all together. It’s even better than the actual boxed S’More Pop-tarts!

Whichever way you go, a s’mores combo makes for a sweet summer!

This story originally appeared on Simplemost.