I do realize that it’s technically fall and that most people probably associate s’mores with summer. However, have you been to south Texas in the summer? Come visit me then and we’ll see how you feel about toasting marshmallows around a fire when it’s still in the 90s at night. :) This is why I think of s’mores as more of a rest-of-the-year, AKA the Other Season, kind of treat.
I thought of these while in New York and unable to bake. Perhaps absence makes the mind grow cleverer? Evidently I have an issue with s’mores things that use un-toasted marshmallows (you should, too!), which is possibly how the idea came about.