Combining jumbo marshmallows, buttery graham crackers, and Hershey’s Chocolate Bars with homemade brownie mix makes the perfect, rich and fudgy dessert mash-up. You can enjoy these campfire treats all year long with this easy-to-make s’mores recipe!
Is your go-to for parties always desserts? Meet your new go-to dessert - this homemade s’mores recipe that is loved by all. These decadent brownies are a crowd pleaser and will always have people coming back for “some more”!
Fun Fact: Did you know that the first s’mores recipe came out in 1927? The Girl Scouts came out with a guidebook, “Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts,” featuring the first ultimate outdoorsy treat recipe. They’ll have you coming for one and then s’more - a lot more!
Yes! It’s a great idea to make these brownies a day before a party or a get-together so that they can cool and you’re able to cut them. However, they won’t be as delicious after a couple of days.
Of course! While I recommend homemade brownie mix, boxed mix will work in a pinch. Use your favorite boxed mix, prepare mix as directed, and then follow Step 3. Make sure that you get a brownie mix that works for an 8x8 pan. Try this one here!
To cut the brownies when they are warm, I recommend spraying the knife with cooking spray to prevent sticking. If you decide to cut them while they are cold, I would wipe off the blade between slices. You could also run the blade under warm water to help keep the chocolate and marshmallow from sticking.
I recommend storing your brownies in a tightly covered pan or in an airtight container. They can be kept in the pan at room temperature for up to 3 days. Keep in mind that the longer you wait to devour these brownies, the softer the graham cracker will get.
Yes! You are welcome to use chocolate chips instead of Hershey’s Chocolate Bars. I recommend around a cup of chocolate chips. Try substituting the Hershey’s Chocolate Bars for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups - talk about delicious!
I recommend using an 8x8 metal baking pan. I use nonstick baking spray for this recipe, but I have also seen people use parchment paper to make it a little easier to come out and for a quicker clean-up. You can also use disposable baking pans for parties, and they are perfect for gift giving.
These easy-to-make s’mores can be an easy weeknight treat or just the perfect cure for your sweet tooth. Whatever the case - we know you’ll be wanting s’more!
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