S’mores are a classic treat that you can have rain or shine, in the cold winter, or warm summer. With indoor s’mores you still get that gooey marshmallow, melted chocolate, crunchy graham cracker treat anytime you want it.
S’mores are a traditional campfire treat in North America, with a roasted marshmallow, sandwiched with a piece of chocolate between two pieces of graham crackers.
The weather is just barely starting to get warm enough that we might be brave enough to go camping soon. You see, we are outdoorsy people. We like to go fishing, and hiking, and camping (yes real camping even, sleeping in a tent, no shower, peeing behind a tree type camping).
But I haven’t gone camping since I was 7 months pregnant, and let me tell ya, that was quite the feat. Last summer we had a new born baby, and once we thought he was old enough to go, it was too cold. So, let me tell you there will be lots of camping this summer, and I can’t wait.
Anyway, the whole point of my rambling, is that I love camping food too. That of course must always include s’mores. And now even when we aren’t camping, I can make my beloved s’mores indoors. And that my friends is a wonderful gift.
I mean, who doesn’t love s’mores – crunchy graham cracker and gooey marshmallow and melted chocolate. Yum!
Now I can have them year round! Just by toasting my marshmallow in the oven for a couple minutes. Easy peasy.
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- 1 graham crackers
- 1 marshmallows
- 1 chocolate bars
- Set your oven to broil.
- Break each of your graham crackers in half down the middle. Line a baking sheet with as many graham cracker halves as s'mores you want to make.
- Top each graham crack half with 1 marshmallow. (You can cut the marshmallows in half and place them on that way, if you want to prevent them from rolling off)
- Cook in your oven on the middle rack, for about 1-2 minutes, until marshmallows start to turn golden. Watch closely the whole time
- Top each marshmallow with a piece of chocolate (3 pieces of a Hershey's bar) and a second graham cracker half.
- Allow s'more to set for about a minute for chocolate to melt some.
First posted on April 21, 2015. Photos updated on April 22, 2019.
Enjoy delicious gooey smores year round by making them in your oven!
Angela Kitt says
Did this with my kids even added an indoor pop up tent. House camping lol they loved it hubby was amazed.
That’s so fun! So glad you loved it!
These were easy to make and delicious! The best part is you can eat them atime of the year.
Do we crack the oven door while broiling or shit the door?
Broil or bake at 350? Last add chocolate after cooking marshmallows or before?
I broiled them with the door close, you just have to watch them the whole time as they’ll toast in about 1 minute. I just add my chocolate to the hot marshmallow and graham and enjoy, like you would if the marshmallow was roasted over the fire.
I appreciated this quick and easy recipe; it reminded me that I don’t need a campfire to enjoy s’mores with the family. It’s also fun to make a treat for everyone that didn’t take hours to prepare. 🙂
Ashley Nix says
Just made these for the first time tonight! My 3yo has been asking for s’mores all summer but we have had a red flag warning the whole time which meant no s’mores for us :-(. These were a hit and just as good as if they were made over a fire! My son asked if we can have them again tomorrow night 😂
Love this! Just tried it and it tasted SO good! Thank you!
We are so glad. Thanks for letting us know.
The best food I have ever had in my life
Emma G says
It worked great! Just keep an eye on your marshmallows and they will turn out amazing.
DO NOT SET OVEN TO BROIL. Just tried this and the marshmallows CAUGHT FIRE within 1 minute. Set to 350 and just be patient
Our ovens must broil at different temperatures because I have never had that issue. Sorry that you did.
Did you leave the oven door cracked open like you’re supposed d to when using broil?
I’ve never heard that you’re supposed to crack the oven door when using broil. You’re broiling these for such a short time that there isn’t anyway the oven is reaching too hot a temperature and the broil feature would turn off, so you should be fine with the door closed.
Within ONE MINUTE?!!
Crack the door and broil it for 10-15 seconds. It’ll be perfectly golden brown.
Huge safety issue !! – always keep the door cracked open when using the broiler / griller.
The distance of the rack to the element during broil might’ve had something to do with this. Also gas vs. electric oven. I set my rack low(about 8-10 inches and worked great! Although I prefer them catching fire while outdoors.
Yes, that’s definitely a good tip. I love them slightly charred from the fire too 😉
Jane Saunders says
This is a great hack for when it’s too cold to camp but you want the camping treats.
This is great, the kids loved this!
Lydia @ Suitcase Foodist says
Lovely. We wanted to go camping over the weekend but couldn’t because it was raining like crazy. We should have done this….