National Smores Day

National Smores Day Quick Facts

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2022 DateAugust 10, 2022
2023 DateAugust 10, 2023
National Smores Day

National Smores Day History

National Smores Day promotes the consumption of the treat. Smores are typically made with graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate. Then the marshmallows are usually roasted over a fire or oven and placed between the graham crackers and chocolate. The recipe for Smores first appeared in the 1927 guidebook called Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts from the Girl Scouts of America. Smores are typically popular around summer time.

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National Smores Day Facts

  • According to, the first time a recipe for smores appeared in print was in 1927. The recipe was published in a guidebook by the Girl Scouts of America called Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts.
  • Graham crackers were developed in the early 1800s by Sylvester Graham, a minister from New Jersey. He used wheat bran, wheat germ, and finely-ground wheat flour to create the iconic cracker.
  • The largest smore weighed 343 pounds. It was achieved in 2019 by the company Planetary Matters located in Middlesex, Vermont.

National Smores Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Attend a bonfire. Bring marshmallows, graham crackers, and pieces of chocolate. Roast the marshmallow over the fire, then combine it with the cracker and chocolate for some tasty smores.
  • Go camping and bring all you need for smores (graham crackers, chocolate, marshmallow). Build a fire at night and tell ghost stories while enjoying fire-roasted smores.

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