19 May Deluxe S’mores Cooked over the Great Bowl O’ Fire Firebowls at Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
“Guests traveling to our resort will love experiencing a local take on a classic childhood favorite with our beachside s’mores program,” said Mike Masterson, director of sales and marketing for Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa. “Families can have toes in the sand, s’mores
A limited number of s’more kits are sold per day, but signage by the firebowls makes it easy to reserve a kit by phone.
According to an article about National S’more Day on the Cooking Channel’s website:
The Sheraton Maui adds a Hawaiian twist to s’mores, available at the beachside fire pits each night. There’s a classic kit ($45) and a local version ($60), with pineapple, macadamia nuts, coconut flakes, salted plum sugar and local cookies, among other components. For the ultimate combo, the team recommends rolling the fresh-roasted marshmallow in coconut flakes and dusting it with the plum powder. Swap out the graham cracker for coconut-macadamia nut cookies with chocolate, crunchy macadamia nuts and fresh pineapple.
Hard to make out the firebowls in this aerial shot, but they are just along the inner beach by the bright blue pool inland. It does give a sense of the natural beauty surrounding the hotel.
And here is the sort of sunset you could expect to view while eating your s’mores around the fire pits.
If you don’t get at least a little bit gooey while eating s’mores, you’re probably not doing right, right?