Grilled Pineapple S’mores

Grilled Pineapple S'mores

Grilled Pineapple S’mores take sweet, grilled pineapple and pair it with an ooey, gooey Campfire® Giant Roaster Marshmallow for the ultimate s’mores experience!

It is finally feeling like summer weather round these NW Ohio parts. It’s been steadily in the 70’s for the last week or so and despite the rain, it’s been glorious. The weather lends itself to impromptu meals on our patio complete with an outside dessert aka: s’mores.

Giant Roaster Marshmallows with s'mores in background

How to make Grilled Pineapple S'mores

You all know I love a great s’mores combo. Remember my Roasted Berry S’mores from a few summers ago? Those are still on rotation at our house. In fact, just make a big batch of the roasted berry sauce with cardamom and drizzle it generously over everything this summer.

You can thank me later.

Then, last summer I tried my hand at some Sopapilla S’mores which were epic. So much cinnamon and sugar!

This summer, I’ve got the new s’mores on the block: Grilled Pineapple S’mores!

These Grilled Pineapple S’mores are simple to make, as any great s’mores recipe should be. Take a look at my newest video to see just how quick these are.

3 Grilled Pineapple S'mores

These S’mores need just a few ingredients:
•    Campfire® Giant Roasters (the best marshmallows ever for s’mores!)
•    Sliced, fresh pineapple (or from a can!)
•    Milk chocolate
•    Graham Crackers

A Few S’mores Making Tips
When roasting a Giant Roaster, start by holding the marshmallow back from the flames. They tend to catch on fire quickly but the inside will not yet be soft. Holding the marshmallow a bit back from the fire allows the entire marshmallow to warm and soften. After a minute or two of this, then take the marshmallow closer to the flames to toast to your liking. I am a girl who likes a burnt marshmallow, but I live with some people who prefer a lighter toast.

The heat from the grilled pineapple and the toasted marshmallow help to melt the chocolate and get it nice and gooey.

These s’mores are best served immediately and often require two hands.

And a napkin.

I will be sharing a few more s’mores recipes this summer featuring some great new marshmallow flavors from Campfire®, so be sure to keep an eye out for them. So you don’t miss the new flavors, you can find Campfire® on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter where they will keep you up on all the latest marshmallow news.

If you are looking for other great s’more recipes, try these Salted Caramel S’mores or these Turtle S’mores! Be sure to check out and follow us on Pinterest for more fun and festive recipes and crafts!

Blog post contributed by: Jelly Toast