Toasted S'mores Cookies

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These S'mores Cookies have that classic graham cracker flavor topped off with melted chocolate and gooey marshmallow goodness. S'mores Cookies are so delicious that they might even be better than real S'mores! And you don't even need a campfire for this easy cookie recipe!

S'mores cookies on a white serving plate

Toasted S'mores Cookies. I can't even handle this recipe! Not only are they insanely easy to make, but they are SO DELICIOUS! I've been so excited to share this recipe with you ever since the first time I made them last month! I made them just to shoot pictures of my marshmallow cream in my new eBook, Get Sauced, and they turned out so amazing that I knew I needed to share the recipe! I mean, who doesn't want toasted S'mores cookies? Answer: anyone who doesn't like delicious treats.

I ended up remaking these yesterday and decided to toast the marshmallow cream on top. It took these S'mores cookies to a whole different level!! So much so, that I reshot the pictures of them this morning just to show you what they look like when toasted! I highly recommend toasting these right before you eat them using either your broiler in your oven or a culinary torch. Seriously, you've gotta try it. You can thank me later!

S'mores cookies on a white plate with a fork

How Do You Make S'mores Cookies?

Start this recipe by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Now place all of the ingredients for the graham cracker cookies into your food processor. Blend until well combined and dough forms.

Use a spoon to drop 8 dough balls onto the parchment lined cookie sheet. Use wet fingers (as the dough will be sticky) to flatten the cookies until they're approximately ¼" thick. FYI: the cookies won't change shape much while they bake.

Bake the cookies for 10-12 minutes, or until the cookies bounce back when touched. Let cool on a wire rack. Top with the hot fudge & marshmallow cream and eat up!!

Toasting Marshmallow Cream

If you'd like your marshmallow toasted (HIGHLY recommended), top your cookies first with the hot fudge, then with the marshmallow cream. You can then place them in the oven under the broiler, or use a culinary/cooking torch . It doesn't take long to "toast" so be sure to keep an eye on them! It took me about a minute to toast the marshmallow in the oven and would take only seconds with a torch.

The marshmallow cream and hot fudge recipes can both be found in my eBook, so you'll definitely want to grab a copy for yourself if you haven't already. For as much as buying a latte at the coffee shop, you can have 33 insanely delicious sauce recipes (38, including the variations)! The marshmallow cream and hot fudge can easily be made in advance, or while the cookies are baking, since they hardly take anytime at all!

These are so perfect for the holidays! Make these for your loved ones, yourself, your friends, your neighbors, ya know, anyone that you love! These S'mores Cookies are pretty much dessert perfection! You simply will not be able to resist the graham cookie base, gooey marshmallow cream and lots of melty chocolate. Anyone that's a fan of S'mores, will be head over heels for these cookies.

You're gonna love my spin on this classic!

Other Delicious Cookie Recipes To Try:

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Double Chocolate Mint Cookies

I hope your family loves this S'mores Cookie recipe as much as mine does! Happy baking! If you give this recipe a try, be sure to comment below and let me know how it turned out for you. Also, I would love to see your creations on Instagram. Be sure to tag me @livinglovingpaleo!

S'mores cookies topped with marshmallow cream and melted chocolate




how to make s'mores cookies

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