S’mores Cookies




Oh, hi there.


You’re probably wondering about these, huh?


I’m not inventing anything new here; if you look up the words “S’mores Cookies” you will go down a sticky, sweet rabbit hole.


I’m just making it much, much easier for you.


Store bought sugar cookies + really good chocolate.



Take two mini marshmallows and roll them into the dough…


…place on top of Graham Crackers, waiting on a sprayed cookie sheet lined with foil (<—easy cleanup)




350 degrees for 11 minutes…


…add the chocolate on top and bake for 2 more.


About to go to a pie place, so I just ate half a melon and let Duane be my taste-tester…


…he approved, which means they’re okay to share with others!


(Added another graham cracker on top for easy transport.)


The best part – you can make these one at a time, and no campfire is necessary!

S’mores Cookies


  • 1 package store-bought sugar cookie dough
  • Chocolate
  • Graham Crackers
  • Mini Marshmallows


Preheat oven to 350. Line a baking sheet with foil and spray for easy cleanup.

Roll two marshmallows into the cookie dough and place on top of a graham cracker.

Bake for 11 minutes.

Press a piece of chocolate into the top of the dough and bake for 1-2 more minutes.

Enjoy as is, or cover with another graham cracker.

  • http://www.thevegtress.wordpress.com Emily

    I’m not sure how I’ve never heard of this! It’s so simple and sounds delicious.
    I’m definitely going to try a vegan version with Sweet & Sara marshmallows and Eat Pastry cookie dough. Mmm…can’t wait!

  • http://bmonda.wordpress.com Bianca

    The stuffins de la sweetness you make is so simple yet so delicious looking and creative! I wish was your neighbor – the aroma of something sweet baking must be a constant in the surrounding air!

  • http://verbsandvignettes.wordpress.com kristen @ verbs and vignettes

    word. I know I shouldn’t be surprised at “Lynn adds something to store bought sugar cookies and I ogle.” but seriously. my boyfriend loooooves s’mores. this might be a nice thank you sometime instead of making him fire up the grill to partake.

  • Mai

    YUM. those look fantastic.

  • http://www.everydayfoodie.ca Jolene (www.everydayfoodie.ca)

    Those are easy!!! I like easy :-)

  • http://lisalaughs.wordpress.com Lisa

    These look absolutely divine! And so easy too. Great post!

  • http://purelytwins.com Purely Twins

    perfect!! no need for a fire…love it!

  • http://www.sweetpotatobites.com allie@sweetpotatobites.com

    love this! so simple and looks delicious.

  • Maura @ my healthy ‘ohana

    I’m going to make these for me and my daughter tomorrow night, she will love it!!

    • http://www.theactorsdiet.com Lynn @ The Actor’s Diet

      Yay! Lemme know how they turn out!

  • http://www.londonbakes.com Kathryn

    I love how they bubble and ooze everywhere, amazing!

  • http://www.mamacado.com Kathryn @ Mamacado

    Whoa – these look awesome. I just have to find an allergy-friendly (gluten, dairy, egg and peanut free) graham cracker replacement and I’m definitely going to try this!

  • Rachael

    Those look fantastic. And ha, the “really good chocolate” reminds me of Ina Garten. Great idea for cookies!

    • http://www.theactorsdiet.com Lynn @ The Actor’s Diet

      Oh my God I just got compared to the Barefoot Contessa!!!!

  • http://www.foodieandthebeats.wordpress.com Patty


  • http://atasteofmadness.blogspot.ca/ ATasteOfMadness

    This sounds awesome! And so simple! Why have I never thought of this! I have only had smores once, and it was last year camping. So sad, this needs to be fixed

  • http://wildbluewonder.wordpress.com Tamara

    Oh yum! Super simple. 😀

  • http://www.ravienomnoms.com RavieNomNoms

    hehehe yummy! Patrick and I just snacked on s’mores last night!

  • http://littlegreencloth.com Suzanne Holt

    These sound amazing and super simple! I tried making a s’more type of cookie before, but they were super messy and complicated. My kids will love these :)