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National S’mores Day: Local treats that will have you begging for s’more

August 10 is National S’mores Day so what better way to celebrate the holiday than with a sweet treat filled with chocolate, graham crackers, and marshmallows?

FTW-Leos Churros Bar

Satisfy your sweet tooth with a s’mores churro treat. | Photo by @leoschurrobar

We love any excuse to indulge in a sweet treat, especially for a holiday like National S’mores Day tomorrow, August 10.

Although a campfire in this Texas heat sounds unbearable, we’ve uncovered some sweet spots for you to enjoy the childhood classic in Fort Worth.

Here are four treats that will have you asking for s’more.

Leo’s Churro Bar | Grab a S’mores Churro Sundae from this South Main Street dessert shop topped with vanilla ice cream, marshmallow drizzle, and chocolate chunks.

Planted Bakery | Sink your teeth into a decadent chocolate cake made with a marshmallow cream center, and vanilla buttercream, topped with graham cracker crumbs, toasted marshmallows, and melted chocolate.

Pacific Table | There’s always room for dessert — end your meal with a decadent Chocolate S’mores Pot De Crème made with chocolate, graham cracker crumbles, and flame-torched marshmallow fluff.

Creamistry | Cool off with a chocolate ice cream topped with graham cracker pieces, marshmallow cream, chocolate fudge, and whipped cream for the ultimate s’mores concoction.

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