What’s the best part about these fantastic s’mores desserts?
You get the same terrific taste of roasted marshmallows, melted chocolate, and crunchy graham crackers from the comfort of your kitchen.
Sure, I love a summer campfire as much as the next gal. But my chocolate and marshmallow cravings don’t just go away as it cools down.
So, when the mood strikes and it’s too cold to head outside, these 25 s’mores desserts have you covered.
From cookies and chewy bars to brownies and even nachos, these will keep you going all the way until next summer.
These incredible loaded s’mores bars need just one bowl and 5 minutes of your time.
The best part? There’s no campfire required! They’re soft and chewy will plenty of crunchy crackers dotted throughout.
Just remember to let them cool before you dive in!
S’mores bars come in all shapes and varieties, but this recipe takes it to the max!
Not only do you have a buttery graham cracker crust, but the filling is like a thick and fudgy marshmallow cookie.
Throw in some chocolate chips, and this is one treat you won’t want to share.
S’mores cookies are the perfect way to bring summer flavors into the house. They’re sweet, chewy, and bursting with sticky goodness.
Not only do these contain mini-marshmallows which puff up and turn golden on the top, but they also include crushed graham crackers for extra flavor.
Add some chopped Hershy bars, and you’ll never go back to regular chocolate chip cookies again!
Also known as magic bars, this is the ultimate bake sale treat. Not only is it crazy easy to make, but they come out gooey and delicious every time.
Like the classic recipe, these have a buttery graham cracker base, but the twist comes in the filling.
Instead of just chocolate chips, you’ll add marshmallows to the condensed milk for something insanely creamy.
If you thought chocolate and marshmallow were a hit, just wait until you try these gooey Nutella bars.
Between a traditional graham cracker base and crumbly topping, you’ll find a sinful layer of Nutella and plenty of sweet marshmallow fluff.
Make these in a bar and leave them to cool before cutting, or bake them in ramekins and dig in right away. Either way, you won’t be disappointed.
Who needs grilled cheese when you can have this indulgent s’more sandwich instead?
Filled with sticky marshmallow fluff, dreamy hazelnut spread, and plenty of crushed graham crackers, you’ll need a mountain of napkins to get through this baby.
Bake it, press it, or grill it for added smoky taste.
Ice cream cake is every kid’s favorite, but I’ll bet even the grown-ups will be elbowing their way to get a slice of this decadent peanut butter and s’mores treat.
Ready in just 20 minutes, the worst part is waiting for it to set. Luckily, it’s more than worth the wait.
Be warned: make this once, and you’ll have requests for it for years to come!
How many summer nights have you planned on making s’mores, only to have rain swoop in last minute? It’s the worst, right?
So, next time the weather isn’t cooperating, just take the party inside!
Line a sheet tray with crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows, and you’ll have s’mores in a matter of minutes.
Who needs boring old chocolate cake when you can have three desserts in one?
On top of a graham cracker crust, you’ll find a beautifully moist and flavorful chocolate poke cake with lashings of chocolate pudding.
Bt it doesn’t end there! There’s a layer of marshmallow fluff to top it all off.
Nachos are a tasty savory dish that’s meant to be shared. But have you ever tried s’mores nachos?
This s’mores dessert includes layers of crunchy graham crackers, ooey-gooey melted chocolate, and, of course, plenty of sticky marshmallows.
Bring this on your next camping trip and pop on the fire for a few minutes.
S’mores root beer floats take your favorite summer treat and add a whole new level of chocolatey goodness.
Use melted chocolate for the most authentic taste, or go ahead and add chocolate syrup to the glass.
Between the chocolate and vanilla ice cream, sparkling root beer, and charred marshmallows, you’ll want to save room for this sinful s’mores dessert.
Looking for an easy and (sort of) mess-free way to serve s’mores this year? How about these buttery s’mores hand pies?
Use store-bought pie dough, Hershey chocolate, and plenty of mini marshmallows to make this fast and fun dessert.
Better still, you don’t need to worry about the kids around a fire!
Not only is this s’mores dip a breeze to make, but it also looks impressive.
So get your hashtags ready, because this dish will be hitting Instagram before you know it.
To make and keep this warm, you’ll need a cast-iron skillet. However, it can also be made in a baking dish.
Serve it with graham crackers, fresh fruit, and pretzels.
Once you take the first bite of this crunchy, chewy, sweet, and indulgent s’mores French toast, you won’t be able to go back to the regular kind.
Sorry, but you need to know in advance.
The bread is coated in crushed graham crackers, giving it an incredible honey-crunch.
Top that with melted chocolate and marshmallows for breakfast you have to taste to believe.
Don’t feel like lighting the fire or turning the oven on for a small batch of s’mores?
You might think your cravings will have to go unsatisfied, but not if you have an air fryer!
In just 10 minutes, you can have a plate full of crunchy, sweet, gooey s’mores, and they’ll be cooked to perfection every time.
This might not be an everyday breakfast recipe, but if you feel like something decadent, you can’t go wrong with a stack of waffles, right?
Between the graham cracker crumbs in the waffle batter and the delectable layers of Nutella and mini-marshmallows, this is one s’mores dessert you’ll make over and over again.
Pumpkin cheesecake bars are already super delicious and a terrific fall dessert. But if you really want to impress, try adding a layer of s’mores to the top.
The creamy filling pairs perfectly with the crunch of the graham cracker pieces, and you’ll love how the chocolate and marshmallow melt on top.
For those of us with a serious sweet tooth, slutty brownies are the pinnacle of sweet treats.
But I think this peanut butter and s’mores recipe might be the new winner.
The fudgy brownie gets baked on top of a graham cracker crust, but not before you nestle peanut butter cups and chocolate chunks on top.
As if that’s not wicked enough, there’s also a layer of thick and fluffy marshmallows.
Sit down, ice cream sandwiches; there’s a new summer treat in town!
From the cream cheese and marshmallow filling to the velvety chocolate pudding, trust me when I say you’ll want to make a big batch of these.
They’re so perfect for summer days and BBQs, and I’m betting most people will want more than one.
If you’re impatient like me, you won’t want to wait for those insanely naughty brownies above to cool.
So, let’s just make these ridiculously gooey skillet brownies instead!
Don’t be shy with the marshmallow fluff, and add as many chocolate chunks as your teeth can handle!
Vegan and gluten-free chocolate and marshmallow pie? Is it really possible?
Absolutely! You just need to find vegan and gluten-free graham crackers (or your choice of cookie).
The filling is a quick blend of vegan chocolate and dairy-free milk and butter. And if you can’t find vegan marshmallows, you can always make your own.
These might be mini, but they certainly don’t lack in flavor. In fact, they pack quite a punch!
Mini-cheesecakes are so much easier to make than their larger cousins because you don’t need to worry about baking them in a water bath.
Remove that stress away, and you can focus on the hot fudge sauce and charred marshmallow topping.
Using fewer than ten ingredients, you can whip this sinful s’mores pie up in no time.
Once the graham cracker crust is baked and cooled, you’ll fill it with silky-smooth chocolate ganache.
The final layer is, of course, marshmallows, which are broiled to achieve the perfect golden finish.
Make these tasty little pretzel bites for your next party, or bag them up and give them away as delightful gifts.
Either way, you’ll need to double the batch because you’ll need to taste-test as you go (wink wink).
As if pizza isn’t addictive enough! This dessert pizza has a fluffy but stable pizza dough base with Nutella, mini marshmallows, and graham crackers layered on top.
It’s so easy to make and would be a terrific treat to create with the kids.
Feel free to add extra chocolate chips, and don’t be surprised if the kids eat the crust, too!
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