S'mores Cookies

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  • Cooking and Prep: 40 m
  • Serves: 12
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You don't need a huge firepit to enjoy these gooey s'mores. This cookie recipe combines the two best things on the planet - chocolate chip cookies, and s'mores! 



Don't be intimidated by how many ingredients this recipe calls for, it's a lot easier than you think. It's also really fun to make if you have kids. It'll keep them busy and the outcome is just amazing, and the best part is you don't need to chill the dough first!


Growing up, I always thought marshmallows tasted like soap. I still think they do, but even though I don‘t like them by themselves, I absolutely LOVE them in s'mores. There's just something about the warm chocolate and gooey marshmallow sandwiched in between two graham crackers that just feels like home.

Ingredients (13)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the S'mores Cookies

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Line your baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.

  2. Cut your chocolate in big chunks. If using larger marshmallows, cut them into quarters. If you're using mini marshmallows, leave it as is. Crush your graham crackers as well. (See tips and tricks below on how to crush graham crackers.) Set aside.

  3. In a large bowl, add the crushed graham crackers, flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt and mix until well combined. Set aside.

  4. Using your stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, cream together the softened butter, white sugar, and brown sugar. Mix until creamy, smooth, and combined. This should take about three minutes or so.

  5. Add in your eggs, one at a time, and then add the vanilla extract. Mix until combined.

  6. Slowly add in the dry ingredients to your mixer and mix until combined. Fold in your chocolate chips.

  7. Scoop your dough onto your baking sheet, making one inch balls. Bake for eight minutes.

  8. Take the cookies out of the oven and very carefully add the chopped Hershey's bar and marshmallows to each cookie. Add as many or as little you would like.
    Bake for another four minutes.

  9. Let the cookies cool on the baking sheet for 10 minutes before touching them.

Note:

There are a few different ways to crush your graham crackers. You can use a food processor, but I just placed them in a plastic bag and crushed them with a rolling pin. I like how there's more texture in the pieces, versus in a food processor they'll come out more fine.


When adding in your dry ingredients to your wet ingredients, it's very important to add them in slowly, because otherwise, you'll end up with a face full of flour, and who wants that?


When adding the chocolate and marshmallows to the cookies, have fun with it. Add at least one chopped piece of chocolate to each cookie and at least one marshmallow piece to each cookie. I added one chocolate piece, while some of the cookies have two marshmallows and some have one.


If you want a char on your marshmallows, stick the cookies under the broiler setting in your oven for 30 seconds, making sure to keep an eye on them.



  • Rikki

    Posted by Rikki :) |2021-03-04 16:48:38
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  • Nechama

    These were awesome! The graham cracker crumbs in the cookie dough made them more than just choc chip cookies. And when rolled into a ball they came out perfectly shaped. Would love to know if these work with oil instead of marg please!
    Posted by Nechama555 |2020-11-10 22:15:30
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi! Generally when a recipe says 'cream the butter and sugar' I do not recommend substituting oil for butter because oil doesn't cream the way butter does. I usually substitute oil for butter when a recipe is using melted butter. You can read more about it here https://www.bobsredmill.com/blog/healthy-living/can-i-substitute-oil-for-butter/
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 12, 2020
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  • Nechama

    Posted by Nechama555 |2020-11-10 22:14:00
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  • Blima

    Can I freeze them after they are baked? I am concerned about the marshmallows. Also, what would be an alternative to the butter (for a Pareve version). Thanks :)
    Posted by blimajeeh |2020-10-27 11:45:16
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes, you can freeze them! I would use either parve margarine or coconut oil.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 2, 2020
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  • Nechama

    These were awesome! The graham cracker crumbs in the cookie dough made them more than just choc chip cookies. And when rolled into a ball they came out perfectly shaped. Would love to know if these work with oil instead of marg please!
    Posted by Nechama555 |2020-11-10 22:15:30
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi! Generally when a recipe says 'cream the butter and sugar' I do not recommend substituting oil for butter because oil doesn't cream the way butter does. I usually substitute oil for butter when a recipe is using melted butter. You can read more about it here https://www.bobsredmill.com/blog/healthy-living/can-i-substitute-oil-for-butter/
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 12, 2020
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  • Blima

    Can I freeze them after they are baked? I am concerned about the marshmallows. Also, what would be an alternative to the butter (for a Pareve version). Thanks :)
    Posted by blimajeeh |2020-10-27 11:45:16
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes, you can freeze them! I would use either parve margarine or coconut oil.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 2, 2020
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