S’mores Brownies

These yummy brownies are the perfect s’mores-y treat if you can’t roast marshmallows over a bonfire. They contain all the s’mores essentials – chocolate, graham cracker, and marshmallow – in a neat, make-ahead, portable treat. Starting with a boxed brownie mix makes them quick and simple. These are the perfect dessert after your delicious eMeals dinner!

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S'mores Brownies
 
eMeals Plan: dessert
Ingredients
  • 1 box fudge brownie mix
  • Water, oil, and eggs called for on brownie box
  • 2 c mini marshmallows
  • 4 graham cracker sheets, broken into pieces
  • 2 milk chocolate candy bars, broken into pieces
Instructions
  1. Prepare brownie mix according to package instructions.
  2. Remove brownies from oven, and turn oven to broil.
  3. Scatter marshmallows and graham cracker pieces evenly over the top of the brownies, and return to oven.
  4. Broil 30 seconds to 1 minute or until the marshmallows become golden in color, watching carefully to prevent the graham cracker pieces from burning.
  5. Remove brownies from oven, and immediately scatter chocolate candy pieces evenly over top of warm brownies.

Check out our new Dessert Plan for more indulgent dessert ideas. Each week you’ll receive one Crowd Pleaser, one Quick & Easy option and one Skinny Sweet to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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17 thoughts on “S’mores Brownies

  1. Mila

    These were super easy to make and delicious…my kids and family loved them. The graham cracker ads a little crunch to them. We will make these again soon.

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  3. Jenni

    Hi, would love to try this recipe but don’t think we have Graham Crackers in the UK and was hoping you could let me know what I could use instead.

    Many Thanks
    Jenni

    1. Jessica Cox, RD

      Hi Jenni – I would recommend substituting digestive biscuits, such as McVitie’s. You can really use any cookie you like, but digestive biscuits have a similar flavor to graham crackers. Hope this helps, and enjoy the brownies!

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  6. Jane

    These look delicious! I plan to make these ahead and bring to a party but they won’t get eaten right away. I’m wondering if they’ll still taste and look good? Should I re heat in oven before serving?
    Thanks!

    1. Jessica Cox, RD

      Hi Jane – I would suggest making the brownies and taking them to your event. Then top with the marshmallows and grahams and broil before serving. If you can’t use the oven at the party, they will be fine if you make them ahead, but the marshmallows won’t be gooey.

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  8. Erin

    These are delicious and were a big hit at my office — but does anyone have any tips for cutting them without making a mess? I was having trouble with the marshmallow sticking to the knife and not wanting to cut cleanly.

    1. Ashley Leath - Menu Editor

      Hi Erin,

      Dip your knife in a bowl of hot water (or run under hot water from the tap) and wipe with a clean cloth after each cut. This should help!

      1. Jenifa

        If you line brownie pan with parchment, you could lift out of pan and cut brownies, then place ( still on parchment) back into pan, top with marshmallows, grahms & chocolate for melting step and I imaginge they would be easy to pull apart gooey!!

    1. eMeals

      Hi Kayla,

      You’ll use the size pan that’s called for on your brownie package. (It can vary, so follow the directions for the package you purchased.) Happy Fourth!

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