S’more Cookie Bars

These were a huge hit! Keith, Andrew, and Kramer all ate at least two of these the other night. I brought some into work, too, and they quickly disappeared. They seriously tasted just like a s’more, and they should, considering that all of the same ingredients are used, just kicked up a notch! The crust is a graham cracker cookie, topped with marshmallow, a layer of chocolate, and a graham cracker crust to top it all off. These bars are sure to wow everyone that tries them! They couldn’t be easier to make, either. I doubled the recipe for a 9×13 pan, and made Graham Cracker Snickerdoodles with the leftover dough! Printable recipe for the S’mores Bars after the jump.

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What you’ll need.

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Pulse about 8 graham crackers in a blender or food processor to get your graham cracker crumbs.

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Mix together the flour, baking powder, salt, and graham cracker crumbs.

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Cream together the butter and sugars, until light and fluffy (at least 3-5 minutes), then beat in the egg and vanilla.

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Gradually mix the flour mixture into the butter mixture.

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Press half of the dough down into the greased and/or lined 8×8 pan (I doubled it and did a 9×13).

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Lay the chocolate bars over the dough.

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Then spread the Fluff over the chocolate.

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Press the remaining into sheet with your palms and lay the sheets over the marshmallow (as shown). Don’t worry if everything isn’t completely covered; it doesn’t need to be! The dough will rise, so don’t worry if it looks thin on the bottom or the top.

S'more Cookie Bars

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Serves: 25-30 bars
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, room temperature
  • ¼ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 large egg, room temperature
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1⅓ cups all-purpose flour
  • ¾ cup graham cracker crumbs (about 8 graham crackers)
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2 king-sized milk chocolate bars
  • 1½ cups marshmallow Fluff (not melted marshmallows because they harden when they cool)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and/or line an 8-inch square baking pan.
  2. In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until light. Beat in egg and vanilla.
  3. In a small bowl, whisk together flour, graham cracker crumbs, baking powder and salt. Add to butter mixture and mix at a low speed until combined. Divide dough in half and press half of dough into an even layer on the bottom of the prepared pan. Don't worry if it seems thin; the baking powder will allow it to rise.
  4. Place chocolate bars over dough (don't layer the bars, just break them to fit if you need to), then spread the marshmallow Fluff over the chocolate bars. Finally, top the Fluff with the remaining dough by forming the dough into sheets with the palm of your hands and laying it down (as shown above). Don't worry if the dough isn't covering everything! It'll spread out as it bakes.
  5. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, until lightly browned. If the top is browning too quickly, you can always cover it with tin foil for the remaining baking time. Cool completely before cutting into bars. If you don't allow them to cool completely, they will crumble when you try to cut them. Makes 16-20 bars.
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232 Responses

  1. Ingrid says:

    YUM! I luv all things marshmallow-y! I’m gonna give these a try tonight. Nothing better than s’mores on cool rainy hurricane day!
    I really have to give your dinners a try as your desserts have been huge hits at my house!
    ~ingrid :-)

  2. I always love you step by step pictures – These look so amazing and I will make these for sure

  3. Catherine says:

    Best Food Porn EVER. You should win some sort of award for those amazing photos!

  4. that girl down south says:

    How in the world do you stay thin with all these amazing cookies and desserts?
    I get hungry just looking at your blog.

  5. Rindy R says:

    My kids LOVE S’mores – this is going on my list to make! Thanks!

  6. thecrepesofwrath says:

    I’m by no means thin! But I do go to the gym at least 3 times a week – no diets for me! haha.

  7. thecrepesofwrath says:

    Thank you Catherine! I’ve always wanted to be a food-porn star! hahah.

  8. sara says:

    you just made me say “mmm” out loud.

  9. Shell says:

    …I think I love you. <3
    I’ve tagged this to bake sometime very soon.

  10. brenda says:

    this looks soooo good.
    thank you for all the wonderful recipes ! (:

  11. Erin says:

    Oh…my…gosh. I need these in my life.

  12. Mel says:

    I LOVE you for this :) I love smores and bar cookies and smores bars and this recipe looks AMAZING!!!! Must. Make. This. Weekend!!!!

  13. sharon says:

    Wow, these look amazing. S’mores are by far one of my favorites and to think of them in bar form is more than I can handle right now :)

  14. nina says:

    This looks like a “moment -on- the- lips-and-a-lifetime-on-the-hips-kinda” treat, but is sure looks good!!!!!

  15. jess says:

    i can’t wait to try these! just wondering, what happens if you use melted marshmallows and not marshmallow fluff? (i’m not sure i can get it)

  16. thecrepesofwrath says:

    Regular marshmallows don’t have enough moisture to stand up to the heat of the oven, I think. I know that Baking Bites (where the original recipe is from) cautioned against using melted marshmallows as a replacement. If you live in the US, you’ll definitely be able to get marshmallow fluff! It’s really popular. If not, I would try another recipe, maybe something like this: http://thecrepesofwrath.wordpress.com/2008/07/07/simple-smores/

  17. Deborah says:

    Wow – I can see why those were a hit! They sound delicious!

  18. laura says:

    i just stumbled upon your blog last week and immediately saw these smores cookie bars. i made them right away and they were a huge hit. thank you for sharing this easy and oh so delicious recipe! i’m looking forward to trying out more of the recipes you feature!!!

  19. Oh Lord! These would have been a HUGE hit at my house too! They look SO WONDERFUL!
    I love melted marshmallows!
    Love your blog. Will definitely be stopping by more. :)

  20. Hiiii! Those look awwwesome!! For cups, what kind of cups do you use? Like measuring cups or? Thanks lots! <3

  21. thecrepesofwrath says:

    I don’t really know what you mean, but I just used regular ol’ measuring cups, haha.

  22. Sarah says:

    How many jars of marshmallow fluff did you have to use for the 9×13? It seems like an awful lot!

  23. thecrepesofwrath says:

    I used 1 jar. It’s pretty thin when it’s all spread out!

  24. Barbara says:

    Ok just finished these and my daughters were pawing at the oven desperate for these to be done. They are absolutely sinful! I have posted pictures of them on my blog, including one of my daughter woofing it down! LOL
    Thanks again for the recipe.

  25. Ain says:

    hey! i’m from singapore and I was wondering how much is your butter in terms of grams? cos tt doesnt look like 1/2 cup so maybe our measurements differ..=/

  26. Issa says:

    Hi! I just want to ask if the chocolates won’t harden when the bars cooled down?

  27. thecrepesofwrath says:

    I have no idea how much our butter is in terms of grams and I’m afraid to convert it myself or through some conversion thing because I don’t want to give you the wrong amount! I think that 2 cups of butter = 1 pound, though.
    Issa – They harden a teeny, tiny bit, but they don’t go back to their original chocolate bar consistency at all.

  28. michelle says:

    i just put these in the oven! I realized that I forgot the brown sugar, but I hope they turn out well regardless, lol.

  29. […] inspired to find a cool autumn beach and build a campfire.  I’ll have these Smores from The Crepes of Wrath in my picnic […]

  30. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for the great pictures. I made these last week and people at work are still talking about them. I love your website.

  31. Brooke says:

    Okay, now I’ve found the perfect cookies to send to my “friend” stationed in Kuwait. Anybody know the best way to store cookies like this for shipping? I don’t expect them to be that great by the time they get there, but they look so good to start with, and I do think the thought counts a lot! He loves the fall, and he’s missing it while he serves, so he is getting fresh picked apples, a Funkin (complete with funkin candle) and delicious smore cookies. Oh, and for extra fun I am packing everything in the box (outside of the cookie container) in fake fall leaves from the craft store. Any other fun fall fave ideas are welcome! I just wanna make his fall! Thanks so much for the s’mores bar recipe!!! And for the great pics! I just had to find a way to mail a smore, and you made it possible! Thanks!

  32. thecrepesofwrath says:

    Brooke: Thanks for checking out the blog! I actually had a similar problem a few months ago when it came to mailing cookies. Some people had wonderful suggestions on how to do so right here: http://thecrepesofwrath.wordpress.com/2008/08/13/how-to-mail-cookies/

  33. Sarah says:

    These must have lasted one second at your house. Those look AMAZING!!!!!!!!

  34. Jenn says:

    I brought these as my birthday treat to work and they were a hit! Can’t beat S’Mores on a chilly fall day!

  35. ashley says:

    oh my goodness, i just found this recipe and literally a second later my hubbie and i were in the kitchen mixing and giggling~ i am in australia, and mum sent over graham crackers and fluff~ this is exactly how i wanted to use them so…THANK-YOU!!

  36. Marie says:

    These are amazing, and mine turned out pretty good, but they’re softer. Any tips how to get them more crunchy cookie like? I would like them a lot more if it was more like a true s’more, with a bit of a crunch to the dough.

  37. Lena says:

    I want to make these to take to a party for kids, but want them to be gooey and warm (preferably right out of the oven). Could I make them ahead of time, bring them to the party, and bake them off there?

  38. thecrepesofwrath says:

    Lena – I think you can definitely do that, as long as it’s room temperature when you put it in the oven.

  39. Meghan says:

    Just made these- so yummy! Thanks!

  40. Michelle says:

    I love S’mores Bars!!!
    I made these with my sister.
    And then my Birthday Party came,
    and i am soooo making these.
    Thank you soooo much for the recipe.

  41. Ana says:

    I’ve made these twice now and both times have been a hit. The second time was a special request for them for an Oscar party. All my friends want the recipe!

  42. […] craving mood tonight, I picked out two recipes I want to bake sometime: Snickerdoodle Blondies and S’more Cookie Bars.  I’ll let you know how they turn out if and when I make them.  Mmm…I love desserts […]

  43. Big Robby says:

    It’s official. You’re the devil. So much for dropping a few pounds. Thanks for the recipe!

  44. z.bediako says:

    Made these last night.
    So good.
    I had used a half a cup of white and a 1/4 brown sugar instead.

  45. Melinda says:

    Oh, can I use this for my French project?
    How long would you estimate for you to prepare this?

  46. meredith says:


  47. Jojo says:

    nom nom nom

  48. Stephanie says:

    These cookies look amazing!
    I want to make them for my boyfriend’s family for the holidays. Does anyone how i should package them to keep them fresh?

  49. Becca says:

    These are AMAZING. The just finished cooling and they look and smell terrific and they taste better than they look. I made them for a New Years Eve party and I know they will be a hit!! Thanks for the recipe!

  50. Jon says:

    Try semi-sweet chcololate. Blows away Hershey bars. An entire new dimension.

  51. Krisha says:

    Lovely recipe! I wanted to send them to a friend of mine on the other side of the US. I was wondering if they spoil fairly easily?

    • Sydney says:

      Krisha: I think as long as you store them in an airtight container and ship them while it’s still cool outside, they’ll be perfectly fine.

  52. pam says:

    YUM !! I am making these tomorrow..great pics..

  53. Becky says:

    I just made these, and they smell fan-tas-tic. I had a little trouble spreading the dough part, so what I ended up doing was putting the ball of dough I was going to use on some wax paper and spreading it out to the square shape of the pan. It peeled off the wax perfectly and was sooo much easier than trying to do it in the pan with my fingers! Great recipe :]

  54. Polina says:

    These look delicious! What would be the problem of using mini marshmallows instead of the marshmallow fluff?

    • Sydney says:

      Clarie and Polina: Using regular marshmallows is a bad idea, trust me. When marshmallows cool after they’ve been melted, they turn rock solid, whereas the fluff says nice and gooey. This means that if you want to serve these to people as a dessert or for an occasion/event, they’ll break their teeth if you use regular marshmallows!

  55. Claire says:

    Why can’t we use melted marshmallows?

  56. Emma says:

    :/ marshmellow fluff costs a fortune here!!

    Also what exactly are Graham crackers? Does anyone know of an equivalent I can find in the UK?

    • Sydney says:

      Emma: I’m sorry fluff is so expensive there! It has to be fluff though, not marshmallows, because marshmallows get hard when they cool. I’m not quite sure what the UK equivalent to them are; they’re honey flavored cookies more so than “crackers”, if that helps.

  57. Alexandra says:

    I made these last week, but we don’t have access to Marshmallow fluff where I live in so I tried them out with melted marshmallows. They did get very solid once they cooled but I think the secret is to not use too much so that the layer isn’t that thick. My brother and my mom absolutely loved them! Awesome recipe.

  58. aaron says:

    these look really good! except for the hershey chocolate… hershey is a terrible corporate giant that uses cocoa farmed with slave labor. sub it out for some fair trade chocolate, though, and you’ve got yourself a winner. :)

    • Sydney says:

      Aaron: If I could afford to buy that chocolate, I would, but I can’t really justify spending $10 on a small container of cocoa powder. Thanks for the tip, though!

  59. carole says:

    quick question – this recipe is for the 8×8, correct? how did you make it for a 9×13 pan?

  60. Kelsey says:

    This website has a similar recipe, but it has a recipe for making the fluff. Hope that will help some people


  61. Craig says:

    For the people that don’t want to shell out the money for name brand Fluff…
    IF you have a mixer (almost impossible to make by hand with a whisk) there’s a super easy recipe for a Fluff clone:

    1 cup Powdered Icing Sugar (granulated won’t give a nice texture)
    1 cup Corn Syrup
    2 egg whites
    2 tsp Vanilla Extract
    Pinch of Salt

    Put ingredients in mixer at med-high speed for 10-15 min, check consistency after 10 min and continue to mix if it is not thick enough.

  62. Kelli says:

    How many bars do you get out of the recipe? Looks so good!

  63. sarah says:

    are you supposed to make these in a glass pan?

  64. Peter says:

    At first I didn’t know what I was looking at exactly, but after i realized what it was my mouth started to water and so I had to make them, and once I did…..I have no words at how amazing these are. Four thumbs up *my toes look like thumbs so it counts as four*

  65. Maria says:

    I’ve made Smores cookies, but not bars. Love these!

  66. Krista says:

    These look absolutely delicious!

  67. sir jorge says:

    those look incredible, i have to try making them

  68. This looks so good! I’m gonna try it out!

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  70. Oh wow! These look decadent!!

  71. Maria says:

    Love these! What a fun treat!

  72. Karen says:

    These look great! I’m printing now because I know my kids will be making them often.

  73. cassandra says:

    would you be able to use caramilk bars instead of milk chocolate?

  74. These look very yummy. They have moved to the top of my list!

  75. Tina says:

    For people who can’t find Fluff/graham crackers
    Fluff clone recipe:

    Graham cracker recipe:

  76. Molly says:

    I have a batch of these in the oven right now, and they smell fantastic! Thanks for this recipe!

    PS. I’m cooking mine in one of those silicon cake pans. I swear by these things… They stand up to the heat really well, and once everything is cooled off, you can just turn it inside-out to get your cookies out!

  77. Sarah says:

    I just made these for my clinic group…everyone loved them! I actually made them in cupcake tins so each person could have an individual one…it worked out great!

  78. yasa2 says:

    I`l buy everything need for this recipe, fo cooking

  79. Ben says:

    I just want to make love to that first image. I wish there was just a pile of them in front of me so I could eat them until I went into a coma.

  80. Joanna from Colorado says:

    Hi Sydney,

    I saved this recipe from your blog, and have made it a few times. It is so awesome, and all my friends LOVE it!

    However, if I recall correctly, the pictures were different in the original post, and you did mention that you made 1 1/2 recipes of the crust (using 2 eggs), using a 7 oz. jar of marshmallow crème, and a 6-pack (1.55 oz. each) of Hershey’s chocolate bars for a 9×13 pan (because that’s what I do, and it works out great).

    Is it actually better to double the recipe (not for the hips, LOL, but proportion-wise) for a 9×13 pan?


    • Sydney says:

      Joanne: I did do 1 1/2 of the recipe, but people seemed to be confused about that, so I just recommend doubling it. You may have a little bit of leftover dough, but now I have Graham Cracker Snickerdoodles to take care of that! :) I’m glad they have been a hit!

  81. Ben says:

    Did the pictures on these change?

  82. Joanna from Colorado says:

    Okay, thanks so much! :)

  83. Ben says:

    Just made these today and they are quite good. My friend and I had the idea to try substitutes for the fluff like nutella to get different flavors.

  84. marnie says:

    hart atack on a plait

  85. Tiffany says:

    Any reason to use Fluff – I’m on board!

  86. Megan says:

    So….I made these the other day for a book club that I do and everyone was blown away. What a great idea!!! Thanks for such an awesome recipe!

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  88. Icia says:

    I made these just now! SUCCESS! It’s so yummy! Although instead of normal chocolate I used “Cloud9″. And it’s still oh so yummy!:))

  89. Thomas says:

    Any alternatives for fluff?
    European here.. Can’t find fluff in the store..

  90. becky says:

    yeah we dont have fluff in the uk…is it just marshmallows?

  91. Sydney says:

    @Thomas and @Becky: I wouldn’t use marshmallows, as they do not have the same texture as Fluff. A few readers have talked about recipes for Fluff in the comments, but I haven’t tried them out so I can’t speak for them. I would maybe look on Amazon if you’re really curious about it – it’s a fun treat and goes great with bananas, chocolate, and peanut butter!

  92. keith says:

    thats crazy i have friends named andrew and kramer… my name is keith

  93. Matt says:

    mmmm…the day that I can reach into my screen and grab one of those, I’ll be a happy man. NOMS!

  94. Jeremy says:

    I made these bad boys today and they are fantastic. I was looking for new recipes for the up in coming holiday season. These are GREAT! I sent this recipe to my family so they too can enjoy it. Thanks for sharing!

  95. liza says:

    i live in a dorm and haven’t got any baking powder. is it ok if i just leave it out?

    • Sydney says:

      Liza: No, it’s not okay, unfortunately, because the dough will not rise and you will be left with some flat, tough cookies. You can get baking powder at any grocery store or bodega!

  96. Amy says:

    God, is there anything better than a s’more! Nope!, well, maybe but I have fond memories of eating them at Camp Rappatak!

    Now for something completely different, come visit my site for customized poetry, speeches and toasts to eat along with your s’mores! they even rhyme!

  97. Lamb says:

    You have the best recipes here. These look absolutely AMAZING!

    If you get a chance later today, I’d love for you to stop by to link up to my Not “Baaad” blog hop :)

  98. Wow, that looks absolutely delicious! Great post, you did such a nice job presenting the pictures too…I am definitely going to have to try that recipe this weekend! Thanks!

  99. Jen says:

    oh yum, I tried these and they were out of this world! I made mine in a 9×9 round pie dish and I had lots of the graham dough left over, I should have made the bottom and top layers both a bit thinner as well in hindsight. Next time I will, I’ll certainly be making these again. :)

  100. Benita says:

    Happy New Year Sidney! I made these yesterday and they are incredible! I did substitute Trader Joe’s dark Swiss chocolate bars with whole hazelnuts for the milk chocolate bars and oh my goodness! Crunching on a hazelnut and the chocolate and the marshmallow and the graham cracker crusts was just so much heaven–the recipe “welcomed” us to 2011 like nothing else!

  101. Ruth says:

    I made these before Christmas. They were glorious.

  102. Kat says:

    Smores I can eat!!!!!! *insert vegetarian happy dance here*

  103. jaime says:

    Made these last night and they did not disappoint! Thank you!

  104. Jillian says:

    These are in the oven now…trying them out for company tonight. They smell absolutely delicious. Can’t wait to see how they turn out!

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  107. Lisa says:

    These look so good and I’m planning on making them this weekend! Two questions, if you don’t mind answering:
    – how long do you leave the egg out to bring it to room temperature?
    – how do you measure the marshmallow fluff? In a dry measuring cup?
    Thanks so much for all of your delicious recipes!

  108. I love this! I love s’mores but certainly hate the hassle of the mess and attempting to get the elements to sandwich properly together. What a perfect recipe to remedy all my s’more troubles!

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  110. Taylor says:

    Some may call me passionate about s’mores, but I was sad because I felt like any recipe that tried to be “s’more-like” just didn’t create the great umph that is within a s’more itself. However, these tasted JUST LIKE smores….maybe even better! I brought them to school and they were gobbled up and my teacher even asked for the recipe! Fantastic job!

  111. Niamh says:

    For anyone in the UK/Ireland who wants to make these, http://www.americansweets.co.uk/ sells Marshmallow Fluff AND Graham Crackers. I know it’s a long way off, but I’m going to save these for July 4th – I can’t think of a more American treat!

  112. Jennifer says:

    I just made these! OMG! So delicious! The good thing is you really can’t eat more than one at a time because they’re so rich. I am bringing some to work tomorrow to see what everyone thinks, but I think they’re wonderful!

  113. Kasia says:

    Made these today and they were gone in a flash! AMAZINGLY good. I didn’t save enough dough to completely cover the top (oops!), and the marshmallow oozed around it and turned golden in the oven. Which made for some really interesting flavors/textures! Thanks for sharing!

  114. […] popped these out of the oven. Holy […]

  115. Nickie says:

    I made these for a potluck and they were eaten up within a half hour after I set them out! I think this is the best dessert I have ever made.

  116. Angie says:

    I had really wanted to cookout over the weekend, but with our ongoing rain, it wasn’t in the cards! I ended up “grilling” burgers inside with some oven baked fries, finished off with these! These are so goooooood! I made a couple changes though… I made mine in a cupcake pan (because I thought it would be easier for my kids to handle) and I used dark chocolate in half and reeses peanut butter cups in the other half (my son is allergic to peanuts). Can’t rave enough about them and I will definatly making them again and again!

  117. Katrina says:

    These look AMAZING!!! I’m definitely making these for my friend’s birthday next weekend! Question, though: can I substitute marshmallow cream for the marshmallow fluff? =]

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  119. Summer Jones says:

    for people who can’t find fluff in the U, TKMax or selfridges sells it!

  120. Danielle says:

    Heading to a bonfire tonight. Bringing these for the people who are too lazy to stand there for 10 min with a marshmallow on a dirty stick that will inevitably end up burnt.

  121. Sabah says:

    Looks great, can’t wait to try it out!

    Question, what exactly are graham crackers? are they semi sweet? Can i replace them with something else (Marie biscuits maybe?)

  122. Jessica says:

    These look ridiculously good. I have been craving chocolate and may need to make these soon!

  123. Ashley says:

    OH my goodness gracious. S’mores have been my biggest pregnancy downfall, and me seeing this was a huge huge huge mistake. :)~

  124. Kate says:

    They are in the oven! The crust dough tasted fantastic. I used three king sized chocolate bars (the kind you find at gas stations). Cannot WAIT to try. :)

  125. Shauna says:

    I was looking at another recipe and saw these. Made these for our family pool party and they are soooo good!! The cookie is delicious and next time I make cookies I will use this dough recipe and add white, chocolate, or peanut butter chips. :)

  126. Ashley says:

    I’m making these now! Can’t wait to try them for our 4th of July party. Thanks for the recipe!!

  127. Wow!! These look delicious! I just made S’more Blondies and these look great too!

  128. Katie says:

    hi! could you use real marshmallows instead or minis?

  129. Pam says:

    Absolutely love these! Have made them numerous times since coming across this post, they’re so quick and easy to throw together. I have gotten rave reviews from everyone I have shared them with, they disappear in no time! Thanks for an excellent recipe!

  130. jen says:

    are you kidding me??? these look fabulous and am making them pronto!! thanks and i pinned it!

  131. Heather says:

    To Sabah, I just made these with digestive biscuits and they came out delicious and almost exactly like American s’mores, they’re a good substitute for graham crackers.

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  133. Kate says:

    I made these last week (they’re already gone…). My husband proclaims that they’re quite possibly the BEST thing I’ve ever made. Thanks for yet another awesome recipe with which to dazzle my husband! You sure have made me popular around here! 😉

  134. Carroll says:

    Yup, those look just terrible!…Terrible…

  135. Lauren Smith says:

    These look unreal! I just made a batch of graham crackers from a recipe on Smitten Kitchen. I can not wait to try these with some home made fluff and home made graham crackers!!!!!! Amazing!

  136. Jamie W says:

    I found your recipe on Pinterest and my 4 year old and I made them this morning to take to a football tailgate party. They are still in the oven, so I haven’t tried them yet…but just the fun of making them with my 4 year old was worth it! She LOVED smushing the dough and arranging the chocolate bars. Such a kid friendly recipe! Thanks!

  137. Ellen says:

    Saw this recipe, and had to try it. Sadly for me, I live in the UK and marshmallow fluff is not readily available here. Like other Americans who want to make these recipes we have to adapt sometimes and a trip to Edinburgh just to buy marshmallow fluff didn’t seem realistic to me. Sooooo, here is what I did instead. I took 1/4 of a package of Campfire Marshmallows, (you can get these at Costco, and I ALWAYS have these in my cupboard) with 1/4 cup of butter, melted it over low heat, as you would for Rice Krispie Treats, allowed it to cool slightly before pouring this over the chocolate. Personally to anyone who wants to try it this way, make sure you complete all other steps first before you start melting the marshmallows. I think it turned out quite well actually. However, to those who don’t have the American marshmallows, and have to purchase the ones from the supermarket, do not, under any circumstances, use the pink marshmallows!

  138. […] S’more Cookie Bars – I don’t like s’mores, but these…. these I liked.  Relatively quick, easy […]

  139. […] I have to check you last post when I'm starving! The plants are looking good though. Came across these tasty looking babies the other day too. Just started a PC grow too, feel free to pop by. Link in sig. […]

  140. […] I’ve found about 50 recipes I intend to try . But for this blog, I decided to make S’mores Cookie Bars. I love smores and I love cookies, so I’m hoping these will be […]

  141. […]  I felt bad going to the tailgate empty handed so Casey and I had a cooking party the night before. She made baked beans the Casey way, aka: follow the recipe to an extent then throw in a little extra hear and there. Then we tried out two new recipes, gingerbread and S’more bars. OMG please see the S’more bars below. They are to-die-for and super easy to make. Found the recipe on the crepesofwrath.net website. http://crepesofwrath.net/2008/08/21/smore-cookie-bars/  […]

  142. Sarah says:

    I just made these last night for a party this evening and ran into one small problem…

    I let them cool completely, as instructed, but let them cool overnight as well. While cutting them was totally easy, the chocolate inside has now hardened to be more like a bar, rather than the gooey-ness that is pictured.

    Any suggestions for warming/reheating in order to make everything slightly melty again? They’re already cut but still in the pan so I could put them in the oven @ 200 for a bit, though I wouldnt’ want to overcook anything. Also, I could put them on a plate and nuke them for 30 seconds, but microwaves are always concerning when you’re going for small changes…

    • Sydney says:

      Just throw ’em back in the oven at 350 degrees F for 5 minutes or so if you want them to be gooey – I just say to cool them completely for serving/transportation purposes so that you don’t get a mess all over the place.

  143. Brandy Shymko says:

    My new favorite dessert, so so good! My son said “mom, I don’t like these, I love them!”. Thank you for the fabulous addition to our cookbook!

  144. These look sinfully delish.

  145. […] This recipe from Crepes of Wrath. These S’more Cookie Bars are sooooo (I can’t put enough o’s here!) good. They are super easy and really rich and I see myself making them often. Or at least as often as my blood sugar can take it. My picture isn't nearly as pretty as the one on the other blog, but I'm going to work on that! […]

  146. […] was baking my favorite S’Mores Cookie Bars the other day, where I tripled the batch so I would have enough to bring in for everyone in the […]

  147. […] heard right! I had some marshmallow fluff sitting in my cupboard from the last time that I made my s’mores bars, and I wanted to do something with it before Kramer and I ate it all up, so on a whim, I threw it […]

  148. […] available everywhere (sadly), but I had a jar sitting in my cupboard since the last time I made S’mores Bars and I had no idea what to do with it. When I was rummaging through my kitchen trying to decide what […]

  149. […] Cookie Bars. I highly suggest making these scrumptious treats from the Crepes of Wrath. The second I saw them, I knew they were next on my baking list. Everyone loved them!! What were […]

  150. […] area, you probably don’t get to be around too many open fires. There’s always my other s’mores cookie bars, but for an even quicker s’mores fix, you can basically do these krispie treat versions of […]

  151. Arael says:

    This recipe is AMAZING!!! It really tastes like smores. One thing I’ve found is that though Hershey’s chocolate is not my favorite, using it in this recipe makes the desert taste more authentic (I guess growing up we ALWAYS used Hershey chocolate for smores). Anyhow, I’ve made these several times and they always disappear VERY fast

  152. Auður says:

    can I use marshmallow cream instead of marshmallow fluff?

  153. […] Source: The Crepes of Wrath Serves 25-30 bars Ingredients: 1/2 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/2 […]

  154. […] (adapted from Crepes of Wrath) […]

  155. Kelly says:

    The first time I saw these, I knew I had to try them. I figured I’d save them for a special occasion.. well, Father’s Day was the occasion and I have to say, NO ONE was disappointed, least of all the man-of-honor!! It was easy to make, I did a 9X13, and even though I didn’t have vanilla extract, and chose not to use the granulated sugar or replace it (I kinda thought they would be sweet enough without it), they were AMAZING! I even had a bar for brunch today, WITH watermelon and a yogurt for balance, lol! Thanks for the inspiration guys! Keep it up!

  156. […] S’mores bars: These are probably the most simple recreation of the original, and there is something to be said for simplicity. The recipe was also recommended by my friend Rachel and she understands how I feel about s’mores enough not to trifle with me. […]

  157. Felicia says:

    i made these for the second time last night- just as good as i remembered! the people i shared them with at a party were very happy (party) campers.

  158. […] Source and all the details and the full recipe on crepesofwrath.net […]

  159. Just made these and they are awesome! Once cooled and sliced, they look just like the pics. I did a double batch in a 9×13 and used 2-7oz jars of fluff, which is probably a bit more than the recipe called for but seemed like a good amount. Also used semi-sweet instead of milk chocolate. So good! Thank you for another brilliant recipe!

  160. […] make amends for such neglect?  Don’t these look amazing?  Once again, I have struck gold on Crepes of Wrath.  Our church is having a potluck on Sunday (mmmm….potluuuuuck) and I wanted to bring […]

  161. These spell insulin resistance. Is it possible to have one of these in a lifetime?

  162. […] of the most popular recipes on The Crepes of Wrath are these S’more Cookie Bars, and as a result, people often ask me how to make marshmallow fluff at home. My answer is usually […]

  163. […] S’Mores Cupcakes with Marshmallow Crispies. The year before that, it was these wonderful S’More Cookie Bars. This year I decided to try more than 1 over the course of “S’More Season” […]

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