S’mores Bites – Betcha Can’t Eat Just One!

S'mores BItes... OMG are these GOOD! Taste just like s'mores you make with a fire... but so much easier! Very yummy dessert. TablerPartyofTwo.com

I love to eat s’mores WAY more often than I have the opportunity to actually make them over a fire. Thanks to this little recipe, I can have s’mores bites anytime I wish! They are just as amazing, chocolately and gooey-goodness messy as the classic version of s’mores. And they really don’t take long to make! Here are the steps, followed by the recipe.

Whoa! These S'mores Bites are AMAZING! And it's a super easy dessert to prepare. Check out all the steps here! You won't be disappointed. :) TablerPartyofTwo.comINGREDIENTS

7 whole graham crackers, finely crushed (equals one cup)
1/4 cup powdered sugar
6 tablespoons butter, melted
2 dark or milk chocolate candy bars (1.55 oz each), divided into rectangles
12 large marshmallows, cut in half
mini muffin pan (NOTE: I used a regular muffin pan. I think they would have been better in minis)


1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
2. Grease pan cooking spray.
3. In a medium bowl, mix graham cracker crumbs, powdered sugar and butter.
4. Evenly distribute the mixture into the muffin cups.
5. Press along the bottom and sides to make shallow cups.
6. Bake for five minutes.
7. While cups are baking, cut marshmallows in half using scissors and divide chocolate candy bars into rectangles.
8. Remove pan from the oven and place one candy bar rectangle in each cup.
9. Place half a marshmallow, cut side facing down, on each candy bar rectangle.
10. Turn oven on broil.
11. Broil for about two minutes. Watch them carefully! I ended up rotating my pan around to make sure they all browned.
12. Let them cool for 15-20 minutes, then carefully pop them out with a spoon.

S'mores bitesS’more Bites are a great dessert to serve at a party. They were definitely a crowd-pleaser when I served them at our seafood boil a few weeks ago!

Rowdie Tabler

Rowdie used his puppy powers to try to convince me to give him one. But I had to say “No, they are for the adults, only.”  🙂


Andrea Tabler | TablerPartyofTwo.com


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  1. Those are tempting…will try this weekend! Num num! Love the pic of Mr Rowdy!

  2. Love these! How long do you bake the Graham crackers? Pinned!

  3. So cute! I know they were a terrific hit at the boil!

  4. Love these! I keep telling my hubby every time we get this sweet treat from Starbucks that I am going to make my own! Now I don’t have to figure out how because here they are! Yeah!!! 🙂

  5. Excellent idea! Looks like a perfect graham cracker, chocolate to marshmallow ratio! We will be trying these for sure! Thank you for sharing with us at Brag About It!

  6. These look delicious! I am sooo pinning for later! These would make the perfect easy potluck dessert for this Summer. Thank you for sharing!

  7. These look easy AND delicious AND guess what?! We have a Westie too! Yay! Ours is named Lucy. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing at The Living With Style Linky Party!
    Lory xo
    The Robin’s Nest Designs

    • atabler says:

      Yay for Westies! Aren’t they the best? Have a great rest of the week, Lory!

  8. My son is “into” s’mores right now. 🙂 I definitely will have to give this recipe a try!

    ~Visiting from the Titus 2 Tuesday link-up.

    • atabler says:

      If he’s “into” s’mores, then this is definitely up his alley! Thanks for stopping by!

  9. I love S’mores ~ and love the idea of making them year round in the oven!
    Thank you for sharing at Brag About It link party this week. I am featuring you at next weeks party (Monday at Midnight)!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

    • atabler says:

      Thanks so much Megin! I always appreciate your encouragement and love your link party!

  10. omg I love s’mores! such a unique way to eat them!

    stop by and chat 🙂 http://storybookapothecary.com

  11. Adorable and genius! Absolutely love them! Stopping by from Foodie Friends Friday.

  12. I have never seen s’mores made like this before. Yummy. Thank you for sharing this on the #HomeMattersParty and I hope you will come back and share again.

  13. This is a great way to bring the outdoor favorite inside! Thanks for joining the #funsummerfinds linkup!

    Shellie @ShellieBowdoin

  14. Rowdie is just so adorable, those bites look good.

  15. How simple and delicious.
    Thank you for a great recipe!
    Thank you for joining us and sharing at Thoughts of Home.
    We are so glad you are here!

    White Spray Paint

  16. Kimberly H says:

    Does this make 1 tray or 2? These look wonderful!

    • Kimberly H says:

      I’m going to guess, with the 12 marshmallows cut in half and the 2 candy bars, that it’s a 2 tray recipe. 🙂 Can’t wait to make these next week!

    • Kimberly H says:

      I want to make a bunch of these this upcoming week and need to know the yield for regular size muffin tins vs mini. Could someone who has made these please give me an answer? Thank you so much!

  17. Yummy party treat for a summertime picnic! Glad I stumbled upon via Creativity Unleashed #129!

  18. These look delicious! I love the idea of making them in the oven. Rowdie is adorable!
    Thank you for sharing this recipe on Talk of the Town! You are my featured pick for this Tuesday’s party.
    Julie @ Love My Simple Home

  19. Such a wonderful idea and it looks like a perfect graham cracker, chocolate to marshmallow ratio! We will definitely be trying these and they are so, so cute too!
    Thank you for sharing them with us at TOHOT!

  20. These goodies are right up my alley! Pinned. Thanks for sharing #HomeMattersParty


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