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Baked S'mores

No Baking Skills Required For These S'more "Cookies"

Whatever your reason is for not baking this holiday season (you really truly burn everything; ain't nobody got time for that; you're afraid of creating a blob monster), Haylie Duff of The Real Girl's Kitchen has a miraculous s'mores "cookie" recipe that just requires a handful of ingredients and a watchful eye. Simply assemble open-faced s'mores, garnish those suckers with some cinnamon (and maybe some flake sea salt if you're fancy), and broil them until the mallows toast. We imagine these would be a hit at a holiday party!

Here's what Haylie had to say about her adorable idea: "I discovered the oven s'more technique one night when my boyfriend (now fiancé!) wanted to make them. We didn't have a fire pit, so we sparked the broiler to get the marshmallows crispy, just like a fire would. It was such a cute and romantic night-in activity and is the perfect sweet snack for a holiday gathering."

Oven S'mores

From Haylie Duff, Real Girl's Kitchen


Editor's note: This recipe is more of a technique. Make enough for a whole party! Simply space the graham crackers on a half-sheet pan lined with parchment paper.

Baked S'mores


  1. 1 package honey graham crackers
    1 chocolate bar
    1 bag large marshmallows
    Cinnamon, for garnish


  1. Turn on the broiler and let the oven get really hot.
  2. Break the graham crackers in half and place on a baking sheet. Place a piece of chocolate on each graham cracker. Top each with a marshmallow. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
  3. Place the baking sheet of s'mores under the broiler. Watch closely and remove once marshmallows melt and toast up — they will burn quickly if you aren't careful!
Image Source: Haylie Duff
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