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S’mores Chocolate Chip Cookies

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S’mores stuffed chocolate chip cookies — need I say more? I adore a chewy and delicious chocolate chip cookie, but stuff graham crackers, marshmallow and chocolate inside! The ULTIMATE gooey, chewy cookie!

This s’mores cookie recipe is so much easier than hauling out the fire pit, finding sticks, sweating in front of a hot, smokey fire, getting your fingers and hands all sticky, a child screaming because their marshmallow burnt to a crisp then dripped into the fire, oozing and spitting. Not that I have first hand experience, sharing for “a friend”. ????

This chewy, decadent, gigantic cookie deserves a shout out. I mean, I love gigantic cookies, cause it’s less calories you know, if you are just eating one? Oh come on, work with me! If you like huge cookies, you might want to try our pan banging chocolate chip cookies, or pan banging sugar cookies, or even our half bakes (gah!).

S'more stuffed chocolate chip cookie sitting on cutting board with striped tea towel in background and mini s'more stacks sitting on cutting board.

What I love about these marshmallow stuffed cookies is the mess stays pretty well contained; you take cold, dry ingredients, and stuff them into chocolate chip cookie dough, no fuss, no muss!

s'more stuffed chocolate chip cookies 3 of them, sitting on cutting board with striped tea towel, with mini s'more stacks sitting around cutting board as well.

I am a bit embarrassed that I did not have a S’mores related recipe on the blog, I mean, who doesn’t love S’mores? So I thought it was high time to give you a hands down, amazing S’mores Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe, in classic Fresh Cooky fashion; decadent, simple and EASY!

s'more cookie ingredients, large marshmallows, hershey bars, graham crackers and cookie dough

Ingredients for S’more Cookies

  • Butter | I use salted butter, but you may certainly use unsalted
  • Sugar | I use all natural cane sugar, which requires a bit more mixing to break down the larger crystals, regular refined sugar is fine too
  • Brown sugar | I typically use light brown, but honestly it’s your preference
  • Eggs | I typically use grass fed Large eggs
  • Vanilla | again, the real deal, make your own much more economically at home! See my Vanilla extract post for more info.
  • All purpose flour | I like unbleached, cause you know, bleach in flour doesn’t seem to go together.
  • Baking Soda & Salt | I like my cookies a bit saltier than most might, but salt is essential to bringing out the full flavor of the cookies
  • Graham Crackers
  • Hershey’s Chocolate Bars
  • Marshmallows | regular sized, but you could use 2 mini marshmallows too.
  • Flaky Sea salt (optional)
kitchen shears cutting large marshmallows in half for s'more cookies

How To Make the Best S’more Cookies

  • Start by making the best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie dough! I won’t go into detail here, but you can read all of the tips, tricks on my complete post. All the details will be in the recipe card though!
  • Make up 12-24 mini S’mores by layering a square of graham cracker, half a full size marshmallow and a square of chocolate, set aside.
  • Scoop cookie dough using a 2 tablespoon scoop, I scooped out 24 dough balls to start, making 12 Smore cookies.
mini s'more stacks for stuffing, square of graham crackers sandwiching a ½ marshmallow and a hunk of chocolate, sitting on a plate.
  • Flatten one cookie dough ball and lay on parchment lined baking sheet, place mini s’more on top, then top with second flattened cookie dough ball on top, seal the edges well or you’ll have marshmallow oozing out, which isn’t all bad.
  • IMPORTANT!! My first few test runs yielded extremely flat cookies without a gooey center, they were still delicious, but not my goal.
  • After testing numerous ways, I finally discovered that chilling the S’more stuffed cookie dough balls was the best answer. Refrigerate for at least 10 minutes, my dough was really soft due to a hot day, so I chilled for 15 minutes.
  • This allowed the cookies to spread slower, keeping the gooey s’more filling inside the cookies.
Two cookie dough discs, sandwiching a s'more stack sitting on a parchment lined baking sheet.


  • More than likely the culprit is the butter, maybe it was too soft, or even melted? Or maybe you used a butter alternative like margarine or even a butter blend.
  • My rule of thumb is this: “If it’s soft coming out of the fridge it’s not 100% real cream butter.” If you must use blends, use them on your toast, but not in your cookies.
  • Or if could be you didn’t use enough flour, this comes from not measuring your flour in spoon and level way. You could always try mixing in a few tablespoons of flour (start with 2) at a time to try and fix this problem.
large, flatter s'more stuffed cookie baked when butter was warmer than it should have been -- still a delicious cookie!
While these cookies came out flatter, they were still delicious!!


  1. Use real butter (remember if it’s soft coming out of the fridge it’s not real butter, yada, yada, yada!)
  2. Do not use margarine (refer to above)
  3. Chill the dough, I know many people balk at refrigerating their cookie dough, but I don’t know about you, my kitchen sometimes gets hot, especially in the summer and my butter gets a little too squishy sitting on the counter softening. Chilling the dough does a sciency thing I don’t quite understand, except that it firms that fat back; greatly slowing down the cookie spread. I typically start with chilling my chocolate chip cookies for 10 minutes.
  4. Don’t over mix your dough.
  5. Try using parchment paper, or a silpat cookie sheet liner, these slow the spreading process and make for easy cleanup.
  6. Lastly, cool your baking sheets between cookies, this would be the reason I own 5 half sheet baking pans, so I don’t need to wait between batches! Overkill? Perhaps! 🙂
two s'more stuffed cookies sitting on wooden surface with marshmallows, chocolate pieces and graham crackers in background.


Now you are talking! I’m all about a variations!

  • Try using other chips when making your cookies! Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, butterscotch, mini m&m’s, chocolate chunks or white chocolate chips!
  • Instead of a hunk of Hershey’s; try other chocolate-ish items, like a mini Peanut Butter Cup, Mini Snickers, Rolo, Twix; you get the idea.
  • Go crazy decadent and replace one of the graham cracker pieces with an Oreo cookie, or untwist the Oreo, using the chocolate cookie on either side of the marshmallow and chocolate! WOW!
stack of cookies broken in half with gooey marshmallow and chocolate oozing down the sides, sitting on cutting board with striped tea towel in background and small stack of mini s'more

Dough may be frozen, while I don’t recommend freezing already stuffed cookies; as it could alter the texture of the grahams and the marshmallows. You could freeze the dough discs then stuff when ready to bake, allowing the dough to thaw for 15 minutes should soften enough to form around the dough.

close up of giant s'more stuffed chocolate chip cookies with another in background, sitting on all natural parchment lined baking sheet.

I bake my cookies at altitude, mile high altitude actually! I’ve learned a few tricks over the years and the following are my tips!

  • Refrigeration is your friend! Chill your dough balls prior to baking for the most part, especially if assembling your dough on a warm day.
  • Many times you need to increase the oven temp by 25 degrees and reduce the time baking, some of that depends on your oven, not all ovens heat the same. Try a sample batch of just 6 cookies or so.
  • I have provided ingredient adjustments in the printable recipe card for high altitude! Follow those and you should be golden.

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S’mores Cookies in a hurry?

If you are in need of a quick dessert, buy some store bought cookie dough and proceed as planned! I won’t tell anyone! 🙂

I hope you enjoyed my first S’mores recipe! I hope to bring you more as time allows, but read below for more S’more Inspired recipes from fellow bloggers.

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Two large stuff s'more chocolate chip cookies with Hershey bar piece melting on top, graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate bar in background.

S’mores Chocolate Chip Cookies

Author: Kathleen | The Fresh Cooky © 2020
4.80 from 10 votes
A gooey, chewy, decadent chocolate chip cookie stuffed with a s'more! Graham crackers, marshmallow and chocolate!
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 9 minutes
Chill Time 10 minutes
Total Time 39 minutes
Course Cookies
Cuisine American
Servings 18 -24 Cookies
Calories 364 kcal


Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • 1 cup 2 sticks, softened butter (the real deal, no substitutes)
  • cup all natural cane sugar [¾ cup if not high altitude]
  • cup light brown sugar, packed [¾ cup if not high altitude]
  • 2 large eggs, room temp if possible
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 ½ cups all purpose flour [2 cups if not high altitude]
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 ¼ tsp kosher salt
  • 2 tsp water [omit, if not high altitude]
  • 2 cups chocolate chips, use a good quality chocolate chip
  • Flaky Sea Salt for sprinkling on top of baked cookies, optional I love Maldon Flaky Sea Salt

S’more Stacks


  • Preheat oven to 375°F. In a bowl of a stand mixer, cream softened butter in mixer, 1 minute on medium-high until light and fluffy, scrape down edges of bowl.
  • Add cane sugar and brown sugar, beating on medium-high for 2-4 minutes, scraping down sides about half way between. (Beat 4 minutes if using natural cane sugar).
  • Add eggs, one at a time, cream on medium-high 1 minute for each egg addition, scrape down sides in between. Add vanilla and mix.
  • In a medium bowl, mix together flour, baking soda and salt whisking until combined. With mixer on low/stir, slowly pour in ½ cup of flour mixture at a time, mixing on low until just combined. Add water (high altitude only) in between flour additions, don’t over mix. Add chocolate chips, stir (with low on mixer or by hand) on low, until just combined.
  • Scoop into dough balls using a 2-tablespoon scoop onto a parchment lined cookie sheet, 2 inches apart. Flatten each dough ball with hand or bottom of glass dipped in flour. Place dough in fridge while making S’more Stacks.
  • Assemble S’more Stacks for StuffingStack in the following order: graham square, marshmallow, chocolate piece, finishing with a graham square.
  • STUFFING COOKIESTake one flattened cookie disc, place s’more stack on top, place another cookie disc on top, seal two cookie pieces together, making a large cookie dough ball. Set 2-3 inches apart on parchment lined baking sheet. I was able to get about 6-8 per pan.
  • Place in fridge 10-15 minutes prior to baking, bake 8-10 minutes until just set and slightly golden. Cool on pan 2-3 minutes and then remove to cooling rack to cool completely. Enjoy warm or room temp.
  • Cookies keep on counter in airtight container for 3 days, or wrap individually and freeze up to 3 months.

✱ Kathleen’s Tips

Dough may be frozen, while I don’t recommend freezing already stuffed cookies; as it could alter the texture of the grahams and the marshmallows. You could freeze the dough discs then stuff when ready to bake, allowing the dough to thaw for 15 minutes should soften enough to form around the dough.
See post for multiple other stuffing options!


Serving: 1 Calories: 364 kcal Carbohydrates: 49 g Protein: 4 g Fat: 17 g Saturated Fat: 10 g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1 g Monounsaturated Fat: 3 g Trans Fat: 0.5 g Cholesterol: 48 mg Sodium: 346 mg Potassium: 65 mg Fiber: 1 g Sugar: 32 g Vitamin A: 388 IU Vitamin C: 0.1 mg Calcium: 43 mg Iron: 1 mg

Nutrition Disclaimer

The Fresh Cooky is not a dietician or nutritionist, and any nutritional information shared is only an estimate. We recommend running the ingredients through an online nutritional calculator if you need to verify any information.

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  1. Can I tell you just how much I appreciate the high altitude ingredients/instructions?! Such a lifesaver! These cookies turned out perfectly!

  2. This is such a fun idea! I made these once already and they were a big hit. My niece and nephews are coming to visit next week…guess what I’m making!

  3. 5 stars
    Thanks for all of your tips and tricks to get these cookies just right. They are AMAZING and take me right back to fireside summers. Thank you!