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Campfire Chocolate Cookie S’mores – Yum!

We love when the weather starts to get warm so we can get our fire pit going and make some yummy cookie s’mores. Nothing is better than ooey gooey toasted marshmallows layered with chocolate and cookies.

Chocolate Cookie S’mores

Some of the best s’more making cookies are Fudge Stripes cookies. They have the perfect chocolate to cookie ratio, letting the toasted marshmallow melt right in! But as I like to make it a little more fun and always try something new, we also used Keebler E.L. Fudge cookies and Keebler Chip’s Deluxe cookies. I thought the kids would get a kick out of eating one of the Keebler elves, s’mores style!

Chocolate Cookie S'mores Cookie Platter

Ingredients:

  • chocolate cookies, cookie sandwiches are best
  • marshmallows
  • roasting sticks
  • fire pit (or microwave works to heat them up too)
  • plate

Method:

1. We built a nice wood fire and ate a yummy hot dog dinner, letting our wood burn down to nice and hot coals, perfect for toasting marshmallows. We added one or two marshmallows to a roasting sticks and placed them over our fire. Then we turned the sticks around the around, until the marshmallows were toasted to our liking.

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Note: You can heat up marshmallows anytime by placing 2 or 3 on a plate into the microwave for 15-20 seconds. 

2. For the cookies that are single, you’ll need 2 of each cookie. Carefully remove your toasted marshmallow from the roasting stick and place in between the 2 cookies. These cookie s’mores are quite a mouthful, with extra gooeyness. Keep a napkin handy!

3. For cookie sandwiches, we opened up one cookie and placed the toasted marshmallow inside, then closed him back up. My kids loved having a bit of each Keebler elf, Ernie, Elwood, and Fast Eddie. These were their favorite s’mores to make. With the thin layer of chocolate on each cookie, it’s the perfect combination of cookie, chocolate, and marshmallow.

 

Yummy Chocolate Cookie S’mores
Some of the best s'more making cookies are Fudge Stripes cookies. They have the perfect chocolate to cookie ratio, letting the toasted marshmallow melt right in! But as I like to make it a little more fun and always try something new, we also used Keebler E.L. Fudge cookies and Keebler Chip's Deluxe cookies. I thought the kids would get a kick out of eating one of the Keebler elves, s'mores style!
Ingredients
  • chocolate cookies, cookie sandwiches are best
  • marshmallows
  • roasting sticks
  • fire pit or microwave works to heat them up too
  • plate
Instructions
  1. We built a nice wood fire and ate a yummy hot dog dinner, letting our wood burn down to nice and hot coals, perfect for toasting marshmallows. We added one or two marshmallows to a roasting sticks and placed them over our fire. Then we turned the sticks around the around, until the marshmallows were toasted to our liking.
  2. - You can heat up marshmallows anytime by placing 2 or 3 on a plate into the microwave for 15-20 seconds.
  3. For the cookies that are single, you'll need 2 of each cookie. Carefully remove your toasted marshmallow from the roasting stick and place in between the 2 cookies. These cookie s'mores are quite a mouthful, with extra gooeyness. Keep a napkin handy!

  4. For cookie sandwiches, we opened up one cookie and placed the toasted marshmallow inside, then closed him back up. My kids loved having a bit of each Keebler elf, Ernie, Elwood, and Fast Eddie. These were their favorite s'mores to make. With the thin layer of chocolate on each cookie, it's the perfect combination of cookie, chocolate, and marshmallow.

After gobbling up these Cookie S’mores, we’re hooked and can’t wait to fire up the pit again soon. These cookies are easy to assemble, with each cookie already complete with chocolate and cookie. Yum, we want s’more!

Chocolate Cookie S'mores Keebler E.L. Fudge Cookies

What are you favorite ways to make S’mores?

Pin these Cookie S’mores for later:

Campfire Cookie S'mores

9 comments

  1. What a great idea! Can’t wait to try this version of S’mores. Must go to the store tomorrow if I can wait that long!

  2. Yum! What a great idea. Makes it easier too :-)

    We’ve got tons of s’mores recipe ideas at the Plush Puffs Gourmet Marshmallows blog blog.plushpuffs.com. Smores recipe ideas with fruit, pistachio cookies, caramel, nuts, crepes and lots more. Summer rules! LOL.

  3. We always make smores with the striped shortbread cookies. I agree, they are better than the originals!! And less expensive! :)

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