The S’mores War: 2021

Let the games begin! National S’mores Day is August 10, and we’re bringing you the guide to go head to head in your very own S’mores War. We participated in our own during the latest episode of Solo Stove LIVE, check it out here!

Here’s everything you need to declare a S’mores War:

S’more Slingshot

What you’ll need:

  • A slingshot
  • Marshmallows
  • A target. We used the Solo Stove Lid and it worked like a charm.
  • Stickers to mark your bullseye and outer rings.

As a tribute to Olympic Archers, the S’more Slingshot was born. Take turns standing 10 feet away from your target. Each player gets three tries to slingshot their marshmallow as close to the bullseye as they can get. At the end of the game, the player who consistently landed their mallow closest to the bullseye wins.

Graham Cracker Stack:

What you’ll need:

  • Graham Crackers broken into squares
  • A timer

Set your timer to three minutes. Each player attempts to stack their graham crackers as high as possible in the allotted time. You can make this happen however you choose, whether you try stacking yours like a house of cards, or even like a Jenga game. Just stack as fast as you can! At the end of three minutes, the player with the highest stack wins.

Straw Game:

What you’ll need:

  • A pile of 10 marshmallows for each player
  • A 2 minute timer
  • A straw for each player
  • A bowl to put the marshmallows in… We used a Solo Stove Campfire

Create 5-10 feet of space between your pile of marshmallows, and the bowl you plan on placing them in. Put your hands behind your back, and suck air through the straw to grab the marshmallow. As quickly as you can, take the mallow to the Campfire (or bowl) and drop it in. BE CAREFUL! If you drop your marshmallow you have to start over! At the end of two minutes, whoever had the most marshmallows in their bowl wins!

Blindfolded S’more Eating:

What you’ll need:

  • Bandanas
  • A s’more for each player

This one is pretty simple. Make a s’more, put on your blindfold, put your hands behind your back, and dig in! Whoever finishes their s’more first is the winner!

Since our S’mores War had three players, we had four games to make sure there would be a clear winner if there had been a tie. If you declare S’mores War on your own, make sure you add or subtract as many games as you need! We’d love to see you battle it out, so if you do, submit your photos to our monthly photo contest here.