Crispy and gooey s’mores bites with graham crackers and a marshmallow topping! No-bake, no-fuss and just 3 ingredients for these 5-minute treats… even easier than a classic s’more!
Hoooooly Moses was it cold in Chicago! I don’t know how you Midwesterners do it, but I definitely tip my cap to you. Or rather, my fuzzy-warm winter hat! I lived in that thing over the weekend.
Snowy walks, museum strolls, cozy brunches and a wonderful family wedding celebration made up our last five days in the Windy City. It was a very fun few days capped off with the most amazing pizza… in Austin! Between all dozen delicious meals in Chicago, we sadly never got the chance to chomp into a pizza. So, it was straight from the airport to our favorite pizza joint, and we enjoyed a cheesy sausage slice (or two) hunched over our kitchen counters. A very warm welcome home!
For dessert… well, we dug into a bag of Hershey Kisses in between unpacking. But, I was left dreaming of these scrumptious (super easy) s’mores bites that I made shortly before we left!
They only take three ingredients, a little patience, and carefulness as they broil to avoid burning. To give them a little sweet-salty twist, you can even use Ritz or Saltine crackers in place of the graham crackers. I stuck with grahams, but did substitute caramel Kisses for the plain variety. Topped it with a tiny pinch of fleur de sel, too. One word: In-credible!
Press your chocolates in just after your marshmallow-topped crackers come out of the oven. They’ll melt into your ‘mallow and stay perfectly put.
A word on toasting the marshmallows, though – you really need to keep a close eye on them in your broiler. You can even leave your oven door open while they broil. Just don’t burn those little cuties! You can start over, but who likes to do that?
No picking up your phone, tending to laundry, or checking mail for 5 minutes! You can do it, and I promise it’s worth the wait. You’ll end up with the most wonderful little snack-size s’mores bites!
For parties, snacking, or even just a fun project with the kids or friends, these simple s’mores bites totally hit the spot. The creamy chocolate, melty golden marshmallow and crisp graham cracker are the perfect classic combo, and it’s made even easier with this method. No campfire necessary!
I know you’ll love these treats just as much as we did. Try them today!
3-Ingredient S’mores Cookie Bites
- 6 graham cracker sheets
- 6 large marshmallows
- 12 Hershey's Kisses
- Break graham cracker sheets in half. Cut each half into a circle using a 2 to 2 1/2-inch round metal cookie cutter. Using clean scissors, cut each marshmallow into 2 halves.
- Heat oven to Broil and place oven rack on lowest level.
- Place graham crackers in the center of a large baking sheet, about 1/2 inch apart from each other. Centering them on the baking sheet allows even broiling.
- Top each graham cracker with a marshmallow, cut/sticky side down. Place marshmallow-topped graham crackers under broiler (turn oven light on if you have one). Watch VERY closely, as they will toast quickly. Toast until golden, rotating pan with oven mitt as needed.
- Once golden, immediately remove from oven and gently press 1 Hershey Kiss into the center of each toasted marshmallow. Serve warm.
I could never make it out there in the windy city! I’m such a wimp even in 50 degree weather!
Now these cookie bites – adorable! I could munch on a million of these!
I would inhale these, love!
I’ll never survive out there! I complain about being cold when it’s in the 50s! haha. Hope you’re having a good trip Georgia. Love these S’mores cookie bites. YUM!
So pretty, Georgia! And love how you cut out the grahams into circles! Now that’s attn to detail! Pinned
Such a cute idea, Georgia! Glad you had fun in the Windy City with all the snow! Welcome to our Midwestern world. Thanks for sharing, girl. Pinned!
OMG… how cute are these little babies!! I love this idea… gotta try it with the kiddies. We are having frigid temperatures where we live too… I am so over winter!
I could eat these for breakfast they look so good!! Yum!
I am so in love with these cute little bites Georgia!! They are so adorable.
These look delicious, and oh so easy! I love the idea of maybe using Ritz too…I’m a sucker for a salty/sweet combo!
i will be making this ASAP – looks so good.
I looooove these beauties. I love s’mores! Yayyyy!
Holy goodness girl I don’t think this could be any more perfect! DEEEEEEELISH!
So happy that you had a wonderful week ;–) This bites look adorable wow. I need them to happen in my life as soon as possible. I bet they’re delicious! x
We were in New York City for the weekend and I know what you mean about cold, wow! Love your s’mores especially the simplicity. I think this might be a dangerous trick to know though as they’re so easy I will be tempted quite frequently :)
Oh mah goodness… Yum! I must have purchased 7 bags of kisses. I’m in love with the cherry cordial creme. I also have a bag of the caramel filled kisses, which are absolutely decadent. I’ll never forget the food I ate in Austin. Best. Food. Ever!
These are perfect little s’mores bites! Love them!
Chicago weather can be brutal! Glad you didn’t freeze so you could share these wonderful looking S’mores with us. Love the idea of these little bites! Really fun – thanks.
Girl, this looks adorable and yummy.
Happy NEW YEAR!!
such a cute idea!
These are absolutely adorable!! Love them!
Wow! These s’more bites are adorable. Plus, i’m sure they are equally as tasty.
Aw, these are so cute, Georgia! They look like the s’mores version of peanut butter blossoms (:
Wish I was somewhere warm :) This might bringa lil summer into the house :) ThankYou!
these are really too cute!
Great recipe!! Can’t wait to try it!!
Tip for using edges of graham crackers: save them for a graham cracker crust. And then make a cheesecake :)
I make these all winter, works better if you put the hersey kisses tip down (they
melt better). A little bit of summer in the winter. I also don’t bother cutting the
graham crackers in circles, just break them along the dotted lines (if they brown
a little under the broiler it tastes just as good).
Can I make these and ship them as gifts? Do they last well? Thanks! :)
I wouldn’t recommend shipping them, as the graham cracker and chocolate topping are very delicate and would likely fracture in shipment.
I love this site. Great innovation. The food photography is excellent. This is a great site to use for research for my culinary students.
I dont like supermarket cookies, becouse its full off quimics, to make our cookies can be the best alternative.
Delicius, delicius, delicius…..i’ll try to make it for my children.
It seems very simple to make it, lets go kitchen!!!!
Yum yum yum!!!
wowww…thanks for sharing. These are amazing!!
I would love to do this to my Christmas plate that I give as gifts. Does the marshmallow get too hard? How is the best way to store?