Smores in the Oven are the perfect way to make oven baked s’mores for a crowd, without the campfire! Have this classic summer dessert anytime of year! Try it as a s’mores dip if you feeling fancy.
Making S’mores in the Oven
I love making S’mores in my oven for so many reasons, shall we go through them?
- Making S’mores in Bulk has never been easier!
- Enjoy them anytime of year
- No campfire necessary
- SO much faster!
Put those roasting sticks away and pull out the cookie sheets! You’ll never want to make S’mores any other way again!
Love S’mores? Try these other chocolate dessert recipes:
— FUDGE STRIPED COOKIE S’MORES
If you’d like to mix up your S’mores a bit, there are literally endless combinations you can try!
First, let’s talk about the graham cracker/cookie. Here are a few different options for you: Oreo’s, Nutter Butters, Fudge-Striped Cookies, Chip’s Ahoy Cookies. I recently even saw someone making their S’mores with woven BACON if you are really adventurous!
Now, my favorite, the chocolate. Give these substitutions a try: Reese’s, Caramel Ghirardelli Chocolate squares, Rolo’s, Chocolate Chips, Skor Bar. Anything chocolate is just pure magic!
How to Make S’mores in the Oven
To make S’Mores in the oven, first line your cookie sheet with graham crackers. I like to buy the packaged square graham crackers for ease.
You can make one S’more this way or 10 on the same sheet pan!
Place marshmallows on one side of the pair of graham crackers and place chocolate on the other graham cracker, as shown above.
You can use large marshmallows or mini, it all tastes the same. 😉
Broil for 1-2 minutes. Make sure to keep an eye on them! They brown quickly!!
Remove from the oven, match a marshmallow top to a chocolate bottom and create a sandwich. Enjoy, enjoy!
The S’Mores are best eaten hot and fresh! This usually isn’t an issue because they come together so quickly.
Oven Baked S'Mores
- 4 graham crackers broken in half
- 4 large marshmallows
- 1 hershey's bar broken into 4 equal parts
- Place the graham crackers on a clean cookie sheet.
- On half of the graham crackers, place a marshmallow.
- On the other half of the graham crackers, place a portion of chocolate.
- Repeat with remaining graham crackers.
- Broil in the oven for 1-2 minutes, keep an eye on them because the marshmallows will brown quickly!
- Match a marshmallow top to a chocolate bottom to create the s'more sandwich.
- Enjoy while warm.
Making a S’mores Dip in the Oven
Scoop out of the pan w/ your graham crackers & enjoy!
Chocolate for S’mores
Like I said before, different chocolate substitutions for s’mores include Reese’s, Caramel Ghirardelli Chocolate squares, Rolos, Chocolate Chips, Skor Bar.
Honestly, you could use any kind of chocolate! Usually chocolate without krispies, crackers or nougat works better.
My personal favorite chocolate for s’mores is dark chocolate, but milk or white chocolate would be delicious too.
Marshmallows for S’mores
The kind of marshmallow you use for your s’more also comes down to what you like better!
In this recipe I used mini-marshmallows, because I think they’re easier to handle and spill over the sides less, but there are many more options!
There are “Stacker-Mallows” which are wide, flat marshmallows made for s’mores. Normal marshmallows, jumbo sized marshmallows, colored marshmallows, special flavored marshmallows, etc! All these will work.
Of all the marshmallows I’ve tried, nothing beats classic marshmallows.
How to make s’mores in the microwave
Making s’mores in the microwave works best if you just make one s’more at a time. Assemble the s’more with the marshmallow in between two cookies and place on a microwave-safe plate. Microwave for 30 seconds or until the marshmallow is soft and gooey.
More favorite recipes to try:
- Traeger Chicken Thighs
- Classic Jello Recipes
- Internal Temp for Meatloaf
- Garlic Butter Noodles
- Chocolate Frosted Donut
- Raspberry Fluff
Cindy Jamieson says
This idea is brilliant. Much less messy that regular s'mores. I'd love for you to come link up at Simple Supper Tuesday. A new party starts every Monday night, so you still have time to share at this week's party. <br />http://www.hunwhatsfordinner.com/2014/03/simple-supper-sunday.html
Very Easy and my son loved it. Wish I would have thought to done this while ago, thanks!
My family and I just finished making this and I just need to say that it was so delicious! It was very easy and quick to make and the result was perfect! I will be making this again for future sleepovers. 🙂
So glad you enjoyed them! 🙂
Hannah Schlachter says
What a great idea. Now I can get my s’mores fix all the time! I’d like to invite you to join the Handmade & Otherwise weekly link party. It opens at 8am on Fridays and closes at 8pm on Mondays. I hope you stop by. https://handmadeweekly.com/handmade-otherwise-link-party-week-5/
Renee Goerger says
We like to make these as a special treat in December. They’re everyone’s favorite, and they make for a really nice treat for the holidays.
My kids love making these. So fun and always delicious!
So easy and the kids just love them! The perfect summer treat!
Love this recipe it’s so easy when your kids have a quick feeling for that sugary snack
Yes it is so easy and tasty for a quick treat!
lydia haehl says
it was good.
Thank you, Lydia!
Tried this recipe tonight. Not great! I “broiled them for less than a minute. The edges of the Graham Crackers were starting to burn, and the chocolate was way too melted for finished product. (The chocolated oozed out a lot when S’more was assembled)The marshmallows were brown on top, but not warm enough inside to be gooey. On the plus side, it did have a “campfire taste”
This was really good. Yeah the chocolate was melted, but not too melted. It was buss.
Glad you liked them