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  1. Hilde Dryden says

    I made these for a drive by baby shower. They are naming the baby Campbell, “Camp” for short, so S’mores cookies were perfect! I followed the recipe and they turned out delicious! Maybe my new favorite cookie!

  2. Gayle says

    5 stars
    Just made these and they are great! I didn’t have baking soda, so I used an extra 1.5 tsp of baking powder. I decided to try broiling the marshmallows to give them that campfire crust. After placing them on the cookies I broiled them for about 1.5 minutes while keeping an eye on them so they were browned to my taste. Turned out great!

  3. Lisa says

    5 stars
    Tried this recipe for the first time today. It is outstanding! Absolutely gooey and delicious, and goes great with a glass of milk. I followed all directions exactly, except we cut small marshmallows in half to place on top instead of large ones. They seemed to stay in place just fine. We also let the cookies cool for a minute before adding the Hershey kisses. This is a wonderful recipe. Thank you so much for sharing it! Our son loves them too!

  4. Adel Romanet says

    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! First batch drove me batty because most of the kisses slid off the marshmellows so I improvised. Baked cookies for 5 mins, added marshmallows, baked for 2 minutes then added the kisses and baked for another 2 minutes.
    Perfect! Everyone loves them!

  5. kerr says

    i followed the recipe to a T and my dough is crumbly like it would be for a pie crust, is this normal? I am wondering if i need to add more butter or another egg?

    • Aimee says

      Sometimes flour gets packed a little more tightly in the cup and so extra gets added in, I’d try adding a little bit of milk just a tablespoon at a time to get it a little softer.

    • Aimee says

      I haven’t tried it, Im not sure how the marshmallow would thaw! You could however freeze the cookie dough before baking and just add the marshmallow and hershey kiss as normal when you could those up

  6. Jennifer Rodgers says

    These cookies look amazing…can you tell me if the marshmallows stay gooey or do they set up? Basically, I’m wondering if the cookies can be stacked without sticking together.

  7. Amy says

    I have seen SO many s’mores recipes on the internet, Pinterest, etc. and these look the best to me! Ingredients added to my shopping list and I can’t wait!

      • Aimee Berrett says

        Julie, I’m not sure if they would freeze well or not! I haven’t tried freezing baked cookies, I do love freezing cookie dough though and I think the dough would be fine. Roll it into the balls like you would before baking and freeze. Then when you’re ready to eat them, bake according to directions and top with marshmallow and kiss!

  8. Ashley - The Recipe Rebel says

    Oh, I KNOW these would go over well in our house! My girls are obsessed with marshmallows, just straight from the bag. Lol. They would be obsessed with these too!


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