Easy S’more Cookies

These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!

These Easy S’more Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they’re made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!

These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!I’m always on the lookout for a great baking hack. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m not a baker. I started this blog as I was learning to cook, and baking seems like an entirely different animal. I’ve baked cakes here and make cookies there, but I’m definitely not an expert yet. You might catch me using store bought cinnamon rolls (EASY CINNAMON ROLL FRENCH TOAST BAKE) or even cake mix (STRAWBERRIES & CREAM CAKE MIX COOKIES) from time to time. Am I ashamed…HECK NO! We all do our best in the kitchen and sometimes a little hack goes a long way. These EASY S’MORE COOKES could not be more delicious, and they also happen to be made with store bought refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough. OOPS! :)

These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE! These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!

S’mores are at their best in the colder weather when we can build a fire and roast marshmallows. The flavors are second to none. Toasted marshmallows, milk chocolate, and crisp graham cracker. Bake all those flavors into an Easy Smore Cookie and you’ve got a real winner. These cookies are amazing year round, but I happen to think they’re just perfect for holiday parties and Christmas get togethers. 1) They’re EASY…no slaving away in the kitchen when there are presents to open! 2) They’re sure to please kids and adults alike 3) They’re full of flavors that bring us back to childhood and make us feel at home…and no better time for that than Christmas!

These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE! These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!

These Easy Smore Cookies are as simple as baking the store bought dough according to package instructions, broiling on some mini marshmallows, and dipping in chocolate and graham cracker crumbles. Then sit back and listen to the compliments roll in. Best cookie hack ever?? It just might be!

These Easy Smore Cookies are a favorite at our house for Christmas. It can be our little secret that they're made with premade refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, dipped in milk chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. DIVINE!

Happy (semi) BAKING! Enjoy!!!

Serves 12

Easy S’more Cookies

5 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

20 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 (16 oz) package, ready-to-bake large chocolate chip cookies
  • 1 small package miniature marshmallows
  • 7-10 ounces milk chocolate melting wafers or good quality milk chocolate chips
  • 1 sleeve graham crackers, crushed

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a large baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper.
  2. Place cookies 2 inches apart on baking sheet and bake per package directions.
  3. While cookies are baking, melt the chocolate wafers per package directions, set aside.
  4. Also, while cookies are baking, crush the graham crackers and pour the crushed crackers in a small bowl.
  5. When cookies are ready, transfer cookies and tray to a cooling rack.
  6. Turn the oven to broil.
  7. Place 8-10 mini marshmallows on the top of each cookie and very lightly press down (just so marshmallows will stay put).
  8. Place the cookies back in the oven, under broil, just until marshmallows begin to turn golden brown. **Watch closely – marshmallows burn quickly.
  9. Remove the cookies from the oven, place the tray with the cookies on a cooling rack and allow them to cool completely.
  10. Once cookies have cooled, reheat the chocolate then dip each cookie halfway into the melted chocolate.
  11. Sprinkle crushed graham cracker crumbs over the chocolate.
  12. Transfer cookies to a cooling rack until chocolate is set.
  13. Enjoy!
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Calories
102 cal
Fat
5 g
Carbs
12 g
Protein
1 g


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Malinda @Countryside Cravings
Best cookie hack ever for sure!! Love these Becky!!
Karly
Holy gorgeous. Just the sight of those perfectly toasted marshmallows has me drooling! NEED to try these!
Sharon
Love your cooling rack!! Where can I get one?
sue
these look very good right after baking. what are they like the next day? does the marshmallow stay soft? anxious to give these a try.........thank you
VARDA
HelloI was shocked to see your recipe and pictures used by somebody else in the Instagram . his name is GUY TASHKENT. Thought you should be notified.
Ben
I would Love to know the same, are they good the next day? I am making these for a camping trip and would like to know if they would hold up well from making them tonight to eating them tomorrow night
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morgan
is there a reason you melted the chocolate early only to reheat it later on? seems like common sense would kick in here and tell you to melt it when you need it, instead.
sabrina
Of all the cookie recipes I've seen, never seen this, and see now that it was from last year, well belated thank you for putting this creative masterpiece together!
    Becky Hardin
    Aw thank you! It's one of my favorite posts. Thanks for saying hi :)
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