This Sweet and Savory S’mores recipe is an elevated taste on the campfire classic

Boursin sweet and savory s'mores recipe, photo provided by Boursin
Boursin sweet and savory s'mores recipe, photo provided by Boursin /

S’mores are a campfire classic, but this sweet and savory s’mores recipe will change how foodies think of that dessert. While no one is putting away the chocolate and marshmallows forever, this recipe brings a tart, sweet and savory flavor that turns a s’mores into even an appetizer. Who says that s’mores are only eaten in the dark?

Recently, Boursin enticed people with the idea of turning up the volume on summer entertaining. Whether it is called glamping or just living the good life, the concept takes favorite food and recipes that everyone knows and adds a little extra. From a bolder flavor to a touch of elegance, that camping moment has a little more sparkle.

While one lucky person will win the ultimate glamping experience from Boursin, the brand is sharing its recipes with everyone. From simple appetizers that feature summer fresh ingredients to new take on a favorite food, these recipes impress with nuanced flavor. Although you do not have to eat these dishes with your pink out, you might want to skip the paper plate.

What makes this sweet and savory s’mores recipe so tasty?

Created by Saffron & Sage, Holistic Health Club, San Diego, this sweet and savory s’mores recipe features the Boursin Cracked Black Pepper. That flavor has a touch of spice without being overpowering.

When combined with the blackberry compote, chocolate and marshmallow, the flavors may not seem like usual pairings, but they are irresistible. Just like people’s eyes are drawn to the rise and fall of the flames in the campfire, people will go back time and again to this dessert.

Here’s how to make Sweet and Savory Boursin S’mores.


  • 2 round butter waffle cookies
  • 1 large marshmallow
  • 1 white chocolate square
  • 1 package Boursin Cracked Black Pepper

Blackberry Compote

  • 1⁄2 cup blackberries – fresh or frozen, both work well
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1/2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp water


Step 1: Blackberry Compote

  • Add the blackberries, sugar, lemon juice and water to a pot, stir and bring to the boil.
  • Boil for about 5 minutes, stirring often.
  • Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes. It will thicken as it cools.
  • Optional: Use your favorite store-bought jelly or jam instead.

Step 2: Prep the S’More

  • Smear a generous helping of Boursin Cracked Black Pepper on one waffle cookie.
  • Add 2 squares white chocolate.
  • Top with a dollop of blackberry compote or favorite store-bought jelly or jam.

 Step 3: Roast Marshmallow

  • Over campfire embers, roast marshmallow until golden brown on all sides.

Step 4: Assemble

  • Add perfectly golden marshmallow on top of prepared cookie, Boursin Cheese, chocolate, and blackberry compote or store-bought jelly or jam. Use second cookie to sandwich all ingredients together.

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