Baked S’mores Treats Recipe

Nothing says summer to me more than S’mores! This classic treat is a must have whenever we go out camping throughout the summer and probably my favorite reason to even camp! I love the combination of the three ingredients to make a sweet and gooey treat that is oh so good. If you recall, I previously mentioned a recipe my Sister-in-Law taught me that she makes for my boys whenever she has them over for a sleepover. They pull out the kid sized tents and have a “camping” trip in the family room and always have a blast. Now I’m going to share this yummy and easy recipe so you can create your own family memories right from your living room, too!

Baked S'mores Treats

You will need Graham crackers, Marshmallows, and Chocolate – yup, just the same three ingredients you use at the campfire. You will also want to either butter your cupcake pan really well or spray your pan with a cooking spray to keep the treats from sticking to your pan. We used baking cups below and sprayed the baking cups with cooking spray but they still stuck just a little bit around the top from the marshmallows.

Baked S'mores Treats

Break up half of a graham cracker per treat. You want to be sure the whole bottom is filled with crackers. Just crush up the cracker using your fingers and some bigger some smaller crumbs will work great.

S"mores Bites

Next, break up a Hershey’s chocolate bar on the pre-stamped lines. Use 3-4 of the individual rectangles of Hershey’s chocolate per treat. I’m a choco-holic so we used four per treat. Then, add 3-4 Marshmallow halves. Just take one of the large Marshmallows and rip it in half and stick the sticky ripped side facing down.

Baked S'mores Treats

Finally, sprinkle a few more graham cracker crumbs so they look cute when they come out of the oven. Very important, of course! :)

Baked S'mores Treats

Pop your tray of S’mores treats into the oven and bake for 4-7 minutes or until lightly golden. You also can look for the chocolate to be just starting to turn to melted as a good indicator. They will stay hot for a little bit out of the oven and finish melting the chocolate a bit.

Baked S’mores Treats Recipe

Baked S'mores Cups
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Fun twist on classic S'mores that you can cook at home.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
  • Butter or Cooking Spray
  • 14 - Graham Crackers
  • 4 - Hershey's Chocolate Bars
  • 24 - Marshmallows
  1. Grease your cupcake pan using butter or cooking spray to avoid the treats from sticking. Make sure the cups are really well coated as Marshmallows are sticky!
  2. Break up the graham crackers into crumbles. Just use your fingers and break them up.
  3. Layer with Hershey's chocolate. We use ⅓ a bar of chocolate (4 rectangle pieces) per treat.
  4. Top with Marshmallows. Rip the marshmallow in half and put 3 or 4 half pieces on top of each treat.
  5. Crumble a bit of graham crackers on top.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes or until lightly golden on the top and chocolate is starting to melt.


How do you make your child s’mile all summer long?

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About Janel

Hi, I'm Janel! I'm the owner and lead blogger here at A Mom's Take. I have five little boys age 8 and under. I am a Phoenix based mom blogger and love the sun. I love to travel and have been known for planning trips specifically to hit the roller coasters! I enjoy digital scrapbook and design and I'm obsessed with board games.


Baked S’mores Treats Recipe — 19 Comments

  1. These are great. I’m going to make these for my grandsons. Thanks for sharing this recipe. :0

    Carol L
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  2. Loved the BAKED idea. Sometimes with the younger kids its safer
    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  3. this looks so easy, and I am sure it is a yummy treat thanks for sharing.

  4. oh, i LOVE this idea Janel! One of my kids smashed a whole box of graham crackers and (don’t ask) I have been wondering what to do with them. Solution!

  5. Oh my goodness, how cute are those! We totally love S’mores! Thanks for this fabulous looking recipe!

  6. Ooooooh yummy!!! I so have to try this out as the kids love S’mores and this doesn’t seem as messy!

  7. Those look so good, Janel, and what a great way to get the kids to help cook. :)

  8. Now that’s a great alternative! It would be especially good if the campfire activity you had planned had been canceled or something!

  9. These look so yummy!! One of my favorite things about summer is campfires and smores, so these would be perfect for rainy days :)

  10. These look delicious, my daughter would love them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.