S’Mores cookies

December 2, 2014  •  Category:


The sight of freshly puffed marshmallows on chocolate cream, served on a plain cookie elicits delight on a universal scale.
Then, why not serve s’mores on a holiday table, for a dessert made in a jiffy? You can whip these in under 5 minutes flat and make adults and children happy, without having to organize a camping trip. Both my kids did the boy-scout and girl-scout thing and I don’t hear them reminiscing about roughing it again.

INGREDIENTS: 6 servings

6 or 12 plain cookies, like Marie or any other type
1 heaping teaspoon per cookie of Nutella or other chocolate spread
6 mini-marshmallows per cookie
Optional: a drizzle of grape molasses (adds some tanginess)

1. Slather the chocolate spread on the cookie evenly. Place mini-marshmallows all around. Set the oven to broil (low) and place the cookies on a baking sheet. Broil for a few seconds, watching them constantly. Serve immediately.


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  1. Danielle says:

    I’ve been doing the same for years, except I use McVitie’s digestive biscuits and a square of chocolate. I pop it in the microwave first, to allow it to melt, then I place marshmallows on top of a semi-melted chocolate pool. Delicious!

  2. Oui, Chef says:

    Such a brilliant quick take on an American classic!

  3. Joumana says:

    @Danielle: My son preferred them with the marshmallows slightly puffed and gooey, so I complied ๐Ÿ™‚

    @Oui, Chef: The American classic is a hit worldwide! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Susan says:

    I happen to know two little grandsons who would love these! I’ll be pinning these ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Hisham Assaad says:

    These look amazing. Haven’t had s’mores in a while. Maybe I’ll make then for christmas dinner.

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