S’mores Whoopie Pies

S’mores Whoopie Pies are 2 favorite sweet treats in one! It’s a graham soft cookie, filled with Marshmallow Buttercream and topped with melted chocolate. You will LOVE these!

I am a huge fan of turning pretty much every dessert into a S’mores version. I feel like I was born to do that actually, because my birthday is August 10th…

What does that mean?

Well, August 10th is NATIONAL S’MORES DAY!

So yeah. I’ve made S’mores Brownies, S’mores Cheesecake, S’mores in a Jar, S’mores Strawberries, Chocolate Chip Cookie Peanut Butter S’mores Bars…I could keep going and going…OR you could check out my S’mores Recipe Round Up.


Here’s what you do…

Crush some graham crackers up into a fine dust. You can use a rolling pin to smash them, or a blender or food processor.

You’ll need a cup and a half, which is about 9 full crackers smushed.
Mix up your batter.
It will look like this…

Drop the batter by the tablespoon onto a lined baking sheet.

They will look like this when they are all baked up…

Next you have to make them happen. Flip half of them over…
Then melt up your milk chocolate bars and give one side of your sandwich a schmear.
Don’t neglect the other side. Cover him with some marshmallow buttercream.

That’s it! Squish those two lovebirds together and you’ll get this…
Isn’t she gorgeous?


S’mores Whoopie Pies


makes approx 20 whoopie pies


  • 1/2 cup butter, room temperature
  • 1 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 1 1/4 cup flour
  • 1 1/2 cup finely crushed graham crackers (about 9 whole crackers)
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup plus 2 Tbsp milk
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp vinegar
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 6 (full sized, 1.55 oz) Hershey Bars
  • Marshmallow Buttercream


  1. Preheat oven to 375°
  2. Line baking sheets with parchment paper.
  3. Combine graham cracker crumbs, flour, and baking powder in bowl, set aside.
  4. In a small bowl stir milk, vanilla, baking soda and vinegar together, set this aside also.
  5. In mixer beat butter and brown sugar together for 2 minutes at medium speed.
  6. Add eggs and continue to beat until incorporated evenly.
  7. Turn speed to low and slowly add in flour mixture and milk mixture. Turn mixer up to medium and beat for an additional 1 minute.
  8. Drop by heaping tablespoon sized portions onto lined baking sheet. Place the batter at least 2 inches apart, as the cookies spread during baking.
  9. Bake 8-10 minutes until cookies are set.
  10. Let cool on baking sheet for 3 minutes and then transfer to wire rack to finish cooling.
  11. When all cookies are baked, melt chocolate bars in microwave on 50% power in 30 second increments, stirring after each 30 seconds. Continue until melted.
  12. Flip half of the cookies over and spoon a tablespoon sized portion of melted chocolate on the bottom, spreading to the edge of the cookie.
  13. Fill a piping bag or ziplock bag with prepared frosting and pipe frosting on the remaining, non-chocolate cookies. Leave room at the edge for the frosting to spread when sandwiched.
  14. Top your frosting side with the chocolate side.
  15. Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days, refrigerate if desired


adapted from Whoopie Pies

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Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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179 Responses
  1. Ooh… that drives me crazy. There’s this one person who is obviously subscribed to hundreds of blogs and leaves comments on basically every new post. Very standard comments.

    – You were in the hospital for a week and almost died? “Those look yummy! I have to make these!”
    – Your puppy was run over last night? “Wow! I can’t wait to make these!”
    – You found out you have cancer? “Great recipe! Will try later!”

    I wonder if she has a file and just copies and pastes these things.

    Ehem. Anyway, I don’t like smores or whoopie pies but I do love that first picture! And the cupcakes from the other day. I love the darkness in them. 🙂

  2. Melinda

    I’m probably old enough to be your mama and am out of your demographic, but I discovered you a couple of months ago and am enjoying your bog. I read your entire posts!! For real!! Example, I don’t care for S’mores because I don’t like marshmallows (kinda makes me gag with all that white fluffiness), but I read your entire post anyway. Soooo….don’t cry darlin”. You have fans who read everything.

  3. ok, I will admitt I have skipped the full read sometimes but dang thats your fault for posting such yummy pictures that make me wanna get right to the recipe. Like this one today!
    so keep up the good work and the awesome pics too! YUMMY!

  4. Katherine

    Number 1 I love everything s’more so you’re making this the best birthday week ever! Number 2 we just did a biology project in my lab at ASU and poop is EVERYWHERE 🙁 sorry If that just ruined your life.

  5. You are one of the few blogs I don’t skim, but actually read through. cause you are just hi-fricken-larous

    So is it horrible that when I got to the eel part I got the song “Electric slide” stuck in my head. Do do do do do do do It’s electric…

  6. Pam

    Eels freak me out and I avoid going into any body of water where there are things that might want to bite me. I cringe whenever I watch The Princess Bride and she gets brushed in the water by the shreaking eels.

    I’m so making these for our office afternoon treat cart.

  7. Brenda

    I for one love your posts, and I bought a whoopie pan last year, so I am going to try these wonderfully delicious whoopie pies. Now you made me hungry to try these. And to try out my new pan again, I only used it one time, and now I am going for 2x’s, thank you for the post on this flavor of whoopi pies. Love it…

  8. alyssa

    i always read your posts! you are so freaking hilarious! and everything you make always looks so delicious! 🙂 thanks for the entertainment!

  9. Carol Milliron (@millic)

    I would love to hang out with you at a party, and not just because I think you’d bring good treats, but because I really enjoy the way you write. Gooey pictures with a side of snarkiness and a glass of milk? Yes please!

  10. Michelle

    You may be able to power your house with your finger, but we both know I am the Golden Child (TM). Look for the trilogy soon. I’ll be eating all of your awesome recipes that I make as I create the masterpiece.

  11. Kristi

    Dude, I WISH I could light my home with the touch of an electric finger! That would be rad.
    I think these whoopie pies will be rad too. 🙂

  12. true story i have never had a smore – i don’t know what they taste like – but i know that i want these in and around my mouth! marshmallow buttercream! are you trying to give me a panic attack with excitement – like wow!
    also i would like to be electric i think the first thing i would do would be buy and electric car then never charge it! then no one could steal it! ha!
    what was the first thing you did with your electric finger? did you pretend you were ET? that would also be cool. does it glow ? just wondered? (obviously your not actually electric – or are you and your trying to throw us off the scent so you don’t get mobbed like superheros do?)
    now i sound like a crazy rambling werido but the point is i totally get where you are coming from – the only comments i get are from my mum and then she rings me to tell me she has commented! making me feel loved and unloved buy other internets types peoples
    i love your blog and enjoy visiting so thanks for writing!

  13. Sometimes the imaginary sugar high from your photos clogs my vision and all I can see are sugar plums dancing in my head and I suddenly think, “santa is that you???” Hey if you’re electric you may also be santa.

    Any who….the whoopie pies look amazing! Of course!

  14. Carla Yielding

    I NEVER skim your blog (just saying…) 🙂 Your witty words are whatyou make it so entertaining! I can get good recipes from lots of sources but I love yours the best cause they always make me giggle in some way. Must be your “electric” personality! Ha

  15. cindy p

    i always (well mostly) read your posts! ….but your pictures are SO GOOD that sometimes i am not patient enough to read anything else, ’till i see how you’ve created that latest bit o’ sugar magic!!! …kinda like skipping dinner and diving right into the dessert…..do you blame me? well, thanks for your awesome sweets….and for making me laugh once in a while…..you print what i think and it makes me feel a little less bratty, myself. 😉

  16. KellyR

    So we are going to the ocean in 2 weeks, and now all I can think about i getting attacked by electric eels.But think of how much you can save on your electric bill!

  17. Clara

    Now, I may be new to posting comments on here, but I do follow your blog. And I don’t bake/cook/use any utensils in the kitchen. Therefore, I read for your wittiness and wonderful posts. I also read for your pictures that make me drool and super cool ideas. However, looking back to the smore’s cupcakes, I noticed that 23 out of 47 of your posts was actually about the story you wrote (boob grazing anyone?). So, HALF of your comments are about your stories. So, I don’t think people are only going on your website just to skim that stuff and just read the recipe. Brattiness is welcome, but I wanted to give you a different perspective.

  18. Kasey

    I have been drooling over these since you posted a picture on instagram the other day. I think I must make them… As for reading your posts. I can’t visit you without reading. Your writing is what snagged me in the first place. The first post of yours I ever read was the one with “Sherry” and I think it was a Reese’s recipe. I damn near peed my pants I was laughing so hard. Anyway, I was hooked. Keep writing and I’ll keep reading!

  19. Hahaha, this was a great post – not too bratty, but just enough! 😉 It’s okay to vent a little sometimes, after all – it’s your blog! I definitely understand where you’re coming from, though I’m guilty of not always reading posts myself. I don’t however, not read posts, but then comment on them. I tend to be a lurker – following tons of blogs and posts and commenting rarely.

    But here I am… trying new things. We’ll see if I can keep it up, because I do like the opportunity to take a moment to say:

    These whoopie pies look DELICIOUS. Your blog is AMAZING. And now I have to go do homework.


  20. You’re electric – – COOL 😉 lol. I never thought about the under water swimming where the fishy’s poop – – that makes me question swimming :S. I’ll have to stay on the sand and eat all the picnic goodies.

    Can we talk about these whoopie pies – – YUUUUMMM!!

  21. I commented on yesterday’s post asking where you got the liners EVEN THOUGH I ALWAYS READ THE WHOLE THING!! and then i read today’s post, about how people ask you where you buy things when there are links, so I went back and looked at yesterday’s because i was SURE there was no way you linked to them and I missed it and……there it is. The link. Right before the recipe. Sigh. 🙂

  22. Ash V

    Kill me now with these! Eels kind of freak me out and have ever since I had a nightmare about them. Whenever I mention to people that I hate eels they think it’s because of The Princess Bride, but it’s not. It’s because of a dream (which, by the way, the odds of me actually remembering my dreams are about 1 in a million, cause I couldn’t tell you the last dream I remember).

  23. Katie

    I always read what you write! I don’t actually have much time for baking and experimenting and such, so most of the entertainment is reading your witty little musing. They’re almost always a hoot and a half.

  24. I love your blog! You have the best recipes and I am totally living through your S’Mores recipes this week as I am on a diet and not allowed anything ooey, gooey, and delicious like your recipes look. But you better believe that I pinned them, started following you on Pinterest (I already follow you by reader), and will be making at least one of the recipes next week when I can have sugar again. Also I think it is pretty cool how you can power your whole house with your finger. 🙂

  25. I was feeling bratty back to the point where I was just going to post “ooh, these look delicious” or something else inane, but such an obvious troll could be just as easily mistaken for another skimmer. Which I am not!


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Shelly Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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