S’mores Bites – Two Ways

Published February 16, 2012. Updated January 5, 2024

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Get ready for your new easy midnight snack—S’mores Bites made with only 3 ingredients! A cut-out, crisp graham cracker round, vanilla marshmallow halves, and a Hershey’s kiss or Rolo. A delicious campfire treat made in the oven!

So how are you going to enjoy these S’mores Bites?

With a Kiss…

S'mores bites toasted

or with a Rolo, take your pick!

S'mores Bites with two kinds of chocolate

Easy Oven-toasted S’mores Bites made Two Ways

Seriously, dessert doesn’t get any easier than this!  This has got to be one of my fastest recipes yet, and the cutest. They can be made in 5 minutes or less and they taste just like a S’more, or upgraded S’more if you use Rolo’s.  These are the perfect way to be able to enjoy a S’more in the comfort of your home even in the wintertime. These S’mores Bites are lightning fast, with simple ingredients you probably have on hand, and quickly toasted in the oven with no campfire and no mess!

I also tried these with Saltine Crackers and they were delish, they gave them that slightly salty with sweet tastiness. You can also mix it up with the chocolate—Reese’s, fun-sized Snickers, dark chocolate squares, you name it!

Kids Party S’mores

How fun would these be for a party? Kids love s’mores… but they’re so messy! And watching a bunch of kids around a campfire? No thanks. Instead, whip up a quick batch of these little S’mores and watch them disappear. If you’re extra brave, you can make a S’mores Bar where kids can customize their own S’more with different cracker or cookie bases, marshmallow flavors, and chocolate toppers. I recommend putting the S’mores in cupcake liners to make it even easier to clean up.

For best results just be sure to eat them right after toasting to get that gooey, toasted, authentic S’mores goodness.

S'mores Bites with hershey kisses

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S’mores Bites – Two Ways

Delicious easy to make treat made with only 3 ingredients! A cut out, crisp graham cracker round, vanilla marshmallow halves and a hershey's kiss or rolo. A delicious campfire treat made in the oven!
Servings: 12
Prep15 minutes
Cook1 minute
Ready in: 16 minutes


  • 6 graham cracker sheets* , or 12 Saltine or Ritz Crackers
  • 6 large marshmallows
  • 12 Hershey's Kisses or Rolos , unwrapped


  • Break graham cracker sheets in half, then cut each half into a circle using a 2 1/4" circle fondant cutter or metal cookie cutter (if using Saltine or Ritz Crackers no cutting needed). Using clean scissors cut each marshmallow into 2 halves. 
  • Heat oven to Low Broil and place oven rack two levels below broiler. Align graham crackers in the center of a cookie sheet about 1/2" apart from each other (you want them all to be near the center so they are directly under the broiler and cook more evenly at the same time). 
  • Top each graham cracker with a marshmallow with the cut/sticky side down. Place marshmallow topped graham crackers under broiler (turn oven light on if you have one) DON'T WALK AWAY, watch them closely as they will toast quickly, allow to toast until golden rotating pan with oven mitt as needed (I left the oven door open the entire time to watch them and rotate, just be careful). 
  • Once golden immediately remove from oven, place 1 Kiss or Rolo in the center of each toasted marshmallow and gently press down. For best results serve warm, just like a real S'more.
  • Note: you could easily double this recipe but I wouldn't recommend toasting more than 12 at a time for more even toasting.


*I used a package of graham crackers that had been open for a couple of days, I don't know if this will make a difference to help with easier cutting and less breakage or not. The crackers seem to soften slightly when you do this, just thought I better mention it.

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  • Tara

    I know it tastes better fresh, but do you think you could package them and leave them for two to three weeks? I want to give some to my friends but I just moved to another state. :)

    • Jaclyn

      Jaclyn Bell

      I don’t think I’d recommend storing them that long. They’d probably become stale and taste different after that long. Sorry.

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    I don’t know if you know this, but today, Aug 30, is National Toasted Marshmallow Day! We had company for dinner, and I knew I wanted to do a toasted marshmallow dessert (sans fire… we live on a military installation, and we’re not allowed to have open fires), so of course I came straight to your blog. :) And OF COURSE this was a huge hit with all 5 kids (ages 5 and under) and all 4 adults! So cute, so simple, so delicious. Thanks!!

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