s'mores skillet extravaganza.

september first, i can't believe its youuu.

this summer went by in a flash :/

you may have a bunch of leftover s'mores fixings laying around from summer just gettin' stale and sticky in the cabinet. i'd highly recommend you throw them in a skillet and make a fabulous s'mores dip!

i also highly recommend you invite every last neighborhood child over for this event...holy hell i thought i was going to die after 3 bites. dis how i really know i'm getting elderly. also had to throw 97% of this mallowy delight in the garbáge because i thought i was ruining the skillet. oh settle down, grandma quinn.

le siiiigghhhh.

i happened to have this tillamook fireside s'mores ice cream in the freezer. heHehHHHH. so i plopped it on top o the s'mores skillet! its totally unnecessary, but delicious.

enter the extravaganza of extra s'moresy s'more galore explosion of summer good-byes.

the hot + cold combo was quiiite the delight. just dunk and swirl those grahams around in this mess and get crazy.

S'mores Skillets

Time: 10 minutes


  • Hershey's chocolate or chocolate chips
  • Marshmallows
  • Graham crackers
  • S'mores ice cream (extremely optional)
  • 1 TB coconut oil or butter


Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees F. 

If using a cast iron skillet*, pre-melt the Hershey's chocolate in a bowl with coconut oil or a little butter in the microwave or over a double boiler. Additionally, grease the cast iron with either oil. Pour the chocolate into the pan and top with marshmallows. Heat in the oven until the mallows are golden brown and puffy - about 5 minutes.

If using a stainless steel pan, grease the pan with coconut oil or butter. Break up the chocolate bars, place them in the pan and heat in the oven for about 5 minutes until melty. Top with marshmallows and return to oven until they're golden brown and puffy.

[*I found that melting the chocolate directly into the cast iron pan made the chocolate quite crumbly. Melting it with a little butter or coconut oil beforehand should help.]

Remove from oven and top with scoops of s'mores ice cream - this is Tillamook Fireside S'mores! This step is also completely optional. Dip and scoop the mallowy, chocolatey, hot & cold creamy goodness with graham crackers.

***I do NOT recommend using a teflon/nonstick pan or any pan with any sort of plastic handle or rubber anywhere. You're going to put this in a very hot oven, so be sure to use an oven-safe pan.***

enjoy the tail-end of summer!!!



sprite remix popsicles.

back in 8th grade or so, you could find me drinking up all the sprite remix on the back porch. remember that stuff? the original version they made was the BEST. so delicious.

i haven't forgotten it over the years. i think they've been coming out with new versions or something? i'm not sure. but i just have the fondest memories of its fruity fizzy deliciousness in the 2002 era. i think i always thought that it tasted like a magical elixir of skittles and carbonation.

i'm always up for trying out a new popsicle concoction that i've thought up. i often have burst memories of how much i used to love sprite remix. so i thought i'd make it in popsicle form.

look at all them berry beauties. just gawwwjusss.

and let me tell ya, the popsicles actually did resemble the taste of 2002 sprite remix. huzzah!

i think that adding an extra spritz of lemon and lime in the popsicle molds would be a nice touch. but overall, super easy to make & super refreshing. and if you were like me, guzzling sprite remix in the summertime, these will make you happy.

Sprite Remix Popsicles


  • 20 oz. Sprite
  • 1 cup mixed berries: blackberries & raspberries, etc.


Wash your fresh berries. Add a few different berries to each popsicle mold. Fill with Sprite, leaving half an inch of space at the top. Place the popsicle mold handles onto each mold and place in the freezer for about 4-6 hours. At this time, you can replace the popsicle mold handles with wooden popsicle sticks if you desire. Add a touch of Sprite if there are any holes or gaps in the popsicle form.

Freeze again overnight. I usually freeze all popsicles for 24 hours to ensure they're frozen all the way through.

obey your thirst, i say.