Baked s'mores

You probably know the famous American s'mores, chocolate and marshmallows sandwiched between cookies. Bake your own s'mores; they’re delicious and easy!

25 minutes 6 people Desserts
Baked s'mores


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  • about 20 plain biscuits such as digestive biscuits or graham crackers
  • 200 grams of dark chocolate
  • 500 grams of marshmallows
  • handful of pecans
  • optional: sugar stars
Baked s'mores ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • oven
  • oven dish
  • chef's knife
  • chopping board


25 minutes 6 people Desserts

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Preparation – 5 minutes

Chop the chocolate and pecans into pieces (you can also use other varieties of nuts such as hazelnuts or walnuts).

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius or 390 degrees Fahrenheit.

Preparing the s'mores
Preparing the s'mores

Finishing the baked s'mores – 20 minutes

Spread a layer of biscuits over the bottom of an oven dish. Sprinkle half of the chopped chocolate over this and then add another layer of biscuits.

Sprinkle the rest of the chocolate and the chopped nuts over the biscuits. Stand the marshmallows, upright, on top of this layer. Start from the outside edge of the oven dish.

Baked s'mores
Baked s'mores

Bake the s'mores until nice and golden brown (around 10 to 15 minutes). The exact baking time depends on the oven.

Serve immediately, because as the marshmallows cool they will stick to the oven dish and the chocolate will set. Serve with sugar stars for a festive dessert. Enjoy!

Baked s'mores: frequently asked questions

Where do s'mores come from?

S'mores come from America, invented by campers. They are a sandwich of toasted marshmallows and a piece of chocolate between 2 cookies.

Which biscuits are used for s'mores?

Officially, graham crackers are used for s’mores, an American biscuit which is similar to the digestive.

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