The gooey, chocolaty s’more has long been a favorite childhood treat. The classic version is made with four simple ingredients: a graham cracker, a toasted marshmallow, a piece of chocolate, and a campfire. But, you don’t have to be camping in the great outdoors to enjoy s’mores—just start thinking outside the box.
If you’re going to make s’mores in the kitchen with sophisticated cooking tools (instead of near a fire pit with twigs), you might as well challenge yourself to make the incredible s’mores mashup recipes below.
From s’mores pizza to an intense meringue-topped pie, the recipes below will help you create an entire menu out of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows.
This spectacular brownie recipe channels all your favorite things about s’mores: There’s a graham cracker crust laden with butter, topped with layers of moist brownie, semi-sweet chocolate chunks, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumbs.
Get the recipe: RecipeGirl
Coffee S’mores Pie
In addition to having a coffee-infused chocolate ganache filling, this pie is topped with a an enormous cloud of meringue. Lightly toast the meringue with a kitchen torch to complete the marshmallow look.
Get the recipe: Bon Appétit
Much like a pain au chocolat, these croissants feature a rich chocolate filling. Unlike a pain au chocolat, they’re stuffed with gooey melted marshmallows too.
Get the recipe: Milk and Honey
S’more Chicken Wings
This isn’t Dude Foods blogger Nick Chipman’s first time combining wings with sweet treats; in the past, he’s used both waffles and maple syrup to wrap up his wings. For a real spectacle, though, cover your wings in melted marshmallows and crushed graham crackers before coating them with melted Hershey’s chocolate. Gross or genius? (You decide.)
Get the recipe: Dude Foods
From Jennifer Shea’s cookbook, Trophy Cupcakes and Parties!, comes this recipe for cupcakes with a graham cracker crust and toasted, marshmallowy meringue frosting. If you’re too lazy to bake but live in Seattle, visit Trophy Cupcakes to get a taste of its creations.
Get the recipe: Bakerella
Baked S’mores Doughnuts
Cronuts and Bisnuts are on the rise. The thing is, we still love good ol’ doughnuts and appreciate their versatility. Though not a “mashup,” per se, this chocolate-cake doughnut with marshmallow icing and cracker crumbs deserves recognition.
Get the recipe: Handle the Heat
Release the French pastry chef inside you by trying your hand at pâte à choux (or choux pastry), which is the light pastry dough used for profiteroles, croquembouches, and beignets. The fancy recipe here is for roasted marshmallow-stuffed eclairs made from a graham cracker pâte à choux.
Get the recipe: Bakers Royale
S’mores Ice Cream Cake
This is not your typical ice cream cake—it’s one big s’mores fest, thanks to a chocolate-lined graham cracker crust and toasted marshmallow ice cream.
Get the recipe: How Sweet It Is
Blend frozen bananas, coconut milk ice cubes, and s’mores “schmalls” together for an easy, quick milkshake that is filled with healthy fats and nutrients.
Get the recipe: The Diva Dish
Use any frozen or homemade pizza dough for this dessert pizza recipe. Then get some marshmallow fluff, chocolate chunks, and cracker crumbs, and you’ll be in business.
Get the recipe: The Creek Line House
This recipe is almost too much to handle—the result is a cookie and candy bar all in one. The ridiculous creation consists of graham crackers topped with tiny marshmallows, Hershey bars, and cookie dough.
Get the Recipe: The Girl Who Ate Everything