Skillet S’mores Cookie

S'mores Skillet Cookie ~ A perfect easy dessert that everyone will be dying to dig into!

This S’mores Skillet Cookie is a HUGE favorite in our house…super easy to throw together and so fun to let everyone dig in with a spoon. It’s made extra gooey with the addition of Campfire’s Giant Roaster Marshmallows .

S’mores for life!

Am I right or am I right?

I have never met anyone who doesn’t like a s’more…and if you happen to be the lone human on the planet to think s’mores are “not your favorite”, please shutty. Not interested in your negativity.

Let’s stay in touch, though.

For the rest of the same-minded people on Earth, let’s talk about this S’mores Skillet Cookie.

Because, friends…it’s the besty best thing ever.

Also, making it absolutely over the top awesome are the GIANT Roaster Marshmallows from Campfire. In case you haven’t heard of them..they are the hugest marshmallows ever, perfect for roasting, eating or putting on top of a skillet cookie.

They melt SO perfectly ooey-gooey…marshmallow perfection.

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Also, skillet cookies are the best. So great for a weeknight dessert or even a get-together.

Let everyone dig in with a spoon. And double dipping only counts if you get caught…so…

 

The batter starts with the usual suspects.

But throw in some crushed graham crackers for good measure.

Crushed Graham Crackers for S'mores Cookie

Just mix them right in to your dough…

Pouring Graham cracker crumbs into the cookie dough

Also, milk chocolate is not optional in a s’more…so chop up some chocolate bars!

Chopped Milk Chocolate Bars for the S'mores Cookie

Isn’t the dough gorg?

S'mores Cookie Dough!

Layer half the dough into your skillet and top with some mini marshmallows for extra gooey-ness!

If your skillet isn’t seasoned well grease it lightly with some butter. Here’s the link to the skillet I have used for years.

Layering the dough with marshmallows!

Top with the remaining dough…

Assempbling the S'mores Skillet Cookie

Cover all the marshmallows completely.

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Pop that in the oven.

And while it’s baking grab your bottle of Campfire Giant Roasters.

Campfire Giant Roaster Marshmallows

I cut mine into thirds…

Cutting the Giant Roaster Marshmallows

And then placed them on top of the cookie when you have about 10 minutes left…

Skillet Cookie ABout to go into the oven

After 10 minutes pull the entire cookie out. Look how melty and pretty those marshmallows are!!

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Then I highly suggest you dig in with a spoon…

S'mores Skillet Cookie ~ A giant S'mores cookie baked in a skillet and topped with huge Campfire Marshmallows!

 

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Skillet S’mores Cookie


Description

serves 10


Ingredients

  • 1 cup butter, room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 2 1/4 cups flour
  • 2 cups chopped Milk Chocolate Bars (about 6 bars)
  • 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallow
  • 89 Giant Roasters Campfire Marshmallows

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350Β°
  2. In bowl of stand mixer beat butter and sugar together for 2 minutes until light and fluffy
  3. Add in eggs and vanilla and mix until evenly combined, scraping sides as needed.
  4. Add in baking soda and salt, continue mixing until incorporated. Next mix in graham cracker crumbs followed by the flour.
  5. Stir in your chopped milk chocolate.
  6. Spread half of the dough into skillet. Top with mini marshmallows. Cover marshmallows completely with remaining dough.
  7. Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes.
  8. While cookie is baking cut your Giant Roaster marshmallows into thirds.
  9. Remove cookie from oven and top with marshmallows. Return to oven for 10 more minutes.
  10. If the marshmallows aren’t browned enough, turn oven onto broil and toast for 15-20 seconds until golden brown.
  11. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Notes

Best if served same day.

If you skillet is not well seasoned, you will need to grease your skillet.

 

If you love S’mores check out my Best S’more Recipes…

The Best S'mores Recipes on www.cookiesandcups.com

*This post is sponsored by Campfire Marshmallows.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

49 Responses

  1. Steph

    They make large and almost flat marshmallows, they’re the size of half a gram cracker. I will be making this and using those puppies! No knives needed!

  2. Lindsay Schneider

    Just wondering if you have tried making this over a campfire? I am looking for a fun group recipe cooked over a campfire πŸ™‚

    1. Shelly

      I haven’t.. if you try it let me know how it comes out! If it didn’t work, what’s the worst that could happen? You’d have a skillet full of cookie dough..sounds like a win-win!

    2. Syed

      If you were going to try over a campfire, I’d probably recommend a dutch oven. But like Shelly said, the worst that’ll probably happen in a skillet is you’ll end up with warm gooey cookie dough. Which is making me quite hungry right now.

  3. Erica R.

    This looks life changing! What size of skillet did you use for this lovely recipe? Thanks for this recipe!! Can’t wait to try them!

  4. Anne Nelson

    OMG – this looks so over the top! A must make. Shelly, I have been receiving your posts via email for a few years now and all of a sudden I’m not getting anything. When I go to sign up again, they say I’m already receiving them. Any idea why I’m not in the loop anymore? Thanks! Anne

  5. liani

    I made this tonight for a tea party. ..it is amazing!!! My Son is having his birthday party tomorrow, he requested no birthday cake, just this. Perfect skillet cookie!! Thank you!

  6. S. I.

    To the commenter who wanted to do this over a campfire- I often do skillet cookie in our cast iron dutch oven with very happy results,so if you have one of those, go for it! I have never tried just the skillet because I think it needs the top heat. Rest the dutch oven on approx 6-8 charcoal briquettes and put about 5-6 on top of the lid. Line your dutch oven with foil before adding the dough though. This makes for much happier removal later. Depending on wind, and outdoor temperature cooking times vary, but plan on for sure 30 minutes.

    1. Shelly

      Sure! You might need to alter the bake time a little as the skillet conducts heat and most probably cooks the cookie a little quicker than a pan πŸ™‚

  7. Barb

    The only problem with recipes from overseas is that there is always one ingredient that I have either never seen here, or I’ve never heard of. Still, I suppose I could make do with medium sized marshmallows, if I absolutely must. Sigh, the sacrifices one makes. πŸ™‚

  8. Stephanie

    Could you prepare ahead of time? Like if you wanted to make and bring to someones house, or give away. Assemble all in skillet with instructions and campfire marshmallows separate. Any thoughts?

    1. Shelly

      I would keep it in the fridge and then let the the dough come up to room temp before baking and it should be fine! If you bake the dough cold it will change the bake time and also, possibly how evenly it bakes πŸ™‚

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