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s'more on a white plate with blueberries on it

How to make s mores in the oven

Don't have a firepit or fire to cook s'mores? Making s'mores inside is easy, I'll show you how to make s mores in the oven that are ready to eat in just 10 minutes!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 person
Author Rebecca


  • small baking sheet


  • 2 graham crackers
  • 2 large marshmallows
  • 2 squares dark chocolate or your favorite chocolate bar
  • Optional Toppings: berries, peanut butter cups, banana, swap graham crackers for chocolate chip cookies


  • Move oven rack to 2nd to top level. Turn oven to broil. Set out all ingredients. Place marshmallows on a baking sheet covered by a baking mat or parchment paper. OR you can roast them over your stove...
  • Place baking sheet in oven, check in 3 minutes, then again in 5 depending on how long your oven has been heating up. Remove when they've hit your desired browned-ness. 
  • If roasting them over your stove, turn stove on to high, wait until coils (if electric) are red hot or flame is consistent on a gas stove. Spear marshmallow with a fork to roast over stove. Roast until desired doneness. 
  • Place chocolate and desired toppings on graham crackers, place marshmallow on top and cover with 2nd graham cracker. Enjoy. 



  • Broil marshmallows on the 2nd highest rack for a golden brown or roast them on the stove (this can work with an electric coil or gas stove) for charred mallows. It's up to you!
  • Check marshmallows often because they can burn quickly.
  • If cooking over a stove, hold marshmallow about an inch from flame or coil for a very brown marshmallow, hold about 2 inches for a slower cooking marshmallow that gets lightly browned.
Fun Toppings:
  1. Berries: raspberries are my absolute favorite topping, but blueberries and strawberries are also delicious
  2. Banana: take it a step farther by roasting your banana. Or just slice thinly to cover your chocolate square. It's like a banana split but without the melty ice cream.
  3. Chocolate covered peanut butter cups: ok, again dark chocolate fiend here, Trader Joe's dark chocolate peanut butter cups are all I need in life, you can also totally use Reese's. A smear of peanut butter is also so great.
  4. BONUS: chocolate chip cookies. Instead of graham crackers, top a delicious chocolate chip cookie with your mallow and fruit.