Bring the campsite home with these easy-to-make s’mores cookies, similar to the ones the Girl Scouts sell, with 3 easy ingredients.Jump to Recipe
Let me start by telling you these cookies are A-MAZ-ING! And so simple to make. I love s’mores and it’s one of my favorite parts of camping. So, when the Girl Scouts came out with s’mores cookies a few years ago, that was added to my staple order of Thin Mints.
But, the s’mores cookies don’t last long. Especially with the sweet tooth that we all have in my house. Since I first tried out this recipe a few months ago, we’ve made them at least 3 times.
I made the s’mores cookies for my family when we went to our beach condo, along with the Key Lime Frosted Cookies. They didn’t even last a day.
When we go camping with the Cub Scouts, I want to make these to bring with us. We will still roast marshmallows, but it’s hard to get so many people around a campfire. So, this could be an option for those who just want to have a cookie instead of roasting their marshmallow.
Step by Step
Break the graham crackers in half and lay on parchment paper on a baking sheet.
Cover each graham cracker with a small scoop of marshmallow fluff.
Freeze for 5-10 minutes. Meanwhile, break the chocolate into pieces and place in a small casserole dish.
Heat the oven to the lowest setting and bake for about 5-10 minutes, until the chocolate looks soft. Stir the chocolate and reheat if it isn’t all melted, but do not cook too long that the chocolate seizes up or you won’t be able to coat your s’mores cookies.
Coat the graham crackers in chocolate. Flip to coat both sides.
Place back on the parchment paper.
Freeze another 10-15 minutes to let the chocolate harden. Serve cool and keep in the refrigerator so the chocolate doesn’t melt.
Store extra s’mores cookies in an airtight container in the refrigerator. I like to keep them in the refrigerator so the chocolate and marshmallow doesn’t melt. But, we also live in a very warm, humid climate. If you are somewhere that’s cooler, then you can likely leave them in a container on the counter.
Originally Published On: August 31, 2020
- 9 Graham Crackers
- 3 oz Marshmallow Fluff
- 12 oz Baking Chocolate
- Break the graham crackers in half and lay on parchment paper on a baking sheet
- Cover each graham cracker with a small scoop of marshmallow fluff
- Freeze for 5-10 minutes
- Meanwhile, break the chocolate into pieces and place in a small casserole dish
- Heat the oven to the lowest setting and bake for about 5-10 minutes, until the chocolate looks soft
- Stir the chocolate and reheat if it isn’t all melted, but do not cook too long that the chocolate seizes up
- Coat the graham crackers in chocolate and place back on the parchment paper
- Freeze another 10-15 minutes
- Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator
All nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutrition content will vary based on brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes, and more.
19 thoughts on “S’Mores Cookies – Girl Scouts Copycat Recipe”
I love this recipe! My sister can eat s’mores all day everyday but we don’t always time to make them. This is such a great alternative.
I could eat them all the time, too! These are great to make a few large batches and you can munch on them when you want.
Say nothing more I am in! I must make these. I seriously love s’mores and I love cookies!
Trust me, you’ll love these! They are so addicting and delicious!!
Oh so yummy! I have never tried s’mores in my life 😍Thank you for the recipe, gotta try this one soon ❤️
Oh my goodness, you are missing out! You should definitely try the cookies and the real thing 🙂
Oh wow these look AMAZING!! I could just eat a few of these…no in fact I think I could probably eat them all xx
It’s so hard not to eat them all!! When I make something like this I always bring to friends and neighbors or I would eat everything in sight.
What?! This is a game changer. I can’t wait to try this recipe! It looks like might be a bit messy letting the 4 year old help, but I know we’ll both enjoy these cookies so much.
Yeah, it might be messy with a 4-year-old, but it would still be a lot of fun!
They look delicious and light. I bet they all disappeared in a few hours. They will if I make them. Hahaha.
Yeah, they didn’t last long here! We’ve made them a few times and it’s so hard not to eat them all. They are also very light, we made them when we were at a beach condo and they were a great cool snack since I keep them refrigerated.
These were incredibly delicious! My new all-time favorites!
Thank you! We love them, too. It’s so hard not to eat them all at once.
Smores cookies!!! I am drooling already. I can’t want to make these delicious cookies, so good!!!
Oh my yum! This is an easy way to enjoy s’mores all year long because it doesn’t require the bonfire!
These look totally amazing and my husband would love these for sure. I am pinning this recipe!
I have never seen cookies like this! Smores are always really messy, but these cookie versions seem not so messy.
I don’t normally go for smores but these cookies look divine. Anything chocolate is always a winner in my family.