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S'More Bars

These S'mores are rich in flavor and oh so good. Of course if we would go camping I would want to do 'over the fire' style of s'mores.

  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 3/4 cups brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup graham wafer crumbs
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup marshmallow fluff (sometimes called marshmallow creme)
  • 1 cup chocolate chips (I used a blend of milk and dark)
  1. Line an 8" x 8" pan with foil leaving a slight overhang. Spray foil with cooking spray. Set aside.
  2. Beat butter and sugar until light, beat in egg, and vanilla until well combined.
  3. Whisk together cracker crumbs, flour, baking powder, and salt.
  4. Turn mixer to low, add dry ingredients to the moist ingredients mixing until well combined, as for a cookie dough.
  5. Press half of the mixture evenly into foil lined pan.
  6. Spoon marshmallow fluff on cookie base and gently spread it out, spreading it is easier if you dip the spoon in hot water.
  7. Sprinkle chocolate chips over the marshmallow.
  8. Scatter remaining cookie base over the top in clumps.
  9. Bake in a 350º oven for 30 minutes, until golden brown.
  10. Cool completely, then remove from pan using the foil overhangs to lift it out.
  11. Cut in bars and serve.


  1. Are these graham cracker crumbs listed as the first ingredient?

    1. Yes that's how it's stated but it doesn't really matter as all the dry ingredients are mixed together.

  2. Oh my - those look really really delicious!

  3. This made my knees buckle. All I have to say to everyone out there: SHE'S MY GRANDMA AND YOU CAN'T HAVE HER, NANNER NANNER off for some more smoressssss....mmmmm

    1. shirley reimer bertheletteMay 8, 2012 at 11:30 AM

      Hey Kailanicole,,,your one "lucky girl". won;t even share,oh well at least we have Betty's recipe,Ha Ha

  4. My. . . Oh, My!!!! I can't wait to mix up some of these.

    1. I made these over the weekend. I put a little more fluff than the recipe called for, the fluff rose between the dollops of graham topping and browned a nice golden color. The browned fluff added that campfire toasted taste that can't be beat.

  5. I wonder if you can make these with small marshmallows instead of the creme...? They do look good!

  6. The link to the print friendly version is not working. Who do I need to contact. This recipe looks scrumptious.

    1. Sorry it didn't work for you, I just printed this recipe and it worked fine.
      Try using the 'copy and paste' method.

  7. They're in the oven baking. Wasn't sure how to measure one cup of sticky marshmellow, so I used the whole 198g jar. Ruth F.

  8. I made these tonight with 3 pre-teens. Easy and fun recipe, and absolutely delish! I pulsed the graham crackers in the food processor to make a flour, then added flour, baking powder, salt - pulsed to mix. Then added that to the liquids as stated.

  9. I was wondering the same thing about using marshmallows instead of the fluff. Wonder if it would work the same.

  10. Made these last night...doubled the recipe...they're wonderful, truly wonderful!

  11. I tried it with mini marshmallows - about enough to loosely cover the "crust" (maybe a cup/cup and a half). It seemed a bit dry, so maybe actual marshmallows dry out too quickly?

  12. I made these today, are they are ooey-gooey good! One thing tho, don't make these unless you have 10 people to help you eat them. Or you need lots of self-control!


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