Bite-Sized Brownie S'mores Just Became Our New Favorite Dessert

Smore bites

I don’t celebrate all national food holidays, but I am thrilled to celebrate National S’mores Day on Sunday! I mean, who wouldn’t be? Is there anything better than a delightfully summery treat of melted chocolate and marshmallows between two graham crackers?! I think not. However, sometimes I like the chocolate-marshmallow-graham cracker trifecta even when there isn’t a campfire around, and that is where these come in. They are brilliantly bite-sized and perfect for getting your s’mores fix no matter the time of day.

To make these one-bite snacks, you only need three main ingredients: brownie mix, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumbs. You mix up the brownies as directed, add the toppings, and pop the pan in the oven. It is soooo simple. In fact, the longest part of this whole recipe is waiting for the brownies to bake. After that you can pop them out of the mini muffin pan, let them cool, and enjoy as many as you please. If they last long enough, you can even take them to the beach or pack them for snacks when you’re puttering around town. What are you waiting for? Get your oven fired up and satisfy that s’mores craving today!

Bite-Sized Brownie S’mores

1 box brownie mix
1 bag mini-marshmallows
1 cup graham cracker crumbs

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray the insides of a 24-cup mini muffin tin and set aside.

2. In a large mixing bowl prepare the brownie mix according to directions. Use a spoon or ice cream scoop to fill each muffin cup 1/2 full. Press two mini marshmallows into the muffin batter and sprinkle the top with graham cracker crumbs.

3. Bake the muffins for 20 t0 22 minutes, or until the marshmallows are just golden brown. Remove from the oven and place the mini muffins on a wire rack to cool. Eat when they are comfortable to touch.

Here are 8 more creative takes on traditional s’mores:

S'mores on a Stick 1 of 8
This creative way to serve s'mores is perfect for parties. Serve them on big platters and don't worry about melted chocolate on the floor!

Get the recipe for s'mores on a stick

Photo by: Julie Van Rosendaal
Peanut Butter Cup S'mores 2 of 8
If you are ready for a fun twist, try using a peanut butter cup instead of a chocolate square when making your favorite dessert!

Get the recipe for peanut butter cup s'mores

Photo by: Macki Cayloma
S'mores Crunch Bars 3 of 8
These easy no-bake crunch bars are perfect for kids and adults. You can make them in advance of any party, cut them into squares, and serve them up when guests arrive.

Get the recipe for s'mores crunch bars

Photo by: Kelsey Banfield
S'mores Smoothie 4 of 8
If you really want a new twist on your favorite snack, turn it into a drink. This delicious beverage is sure to be refreshing and decadent all at once!

Get the recipe for a s'mores smoothie

Photo by: Angie McGowan
Mango Whoopie Pie S'mores 5 of 8
Adding fruit to any chocolate dessert is always a good idea. These mango whoopie pies have all the flavor of s'mores, with a generous dose of sweet fruit added in!

Get the recipe for mango whoopie pie s'mores

Photo by: Julie Van Rosendaal
Chocolate S'mores Cupcakes 6 of 8
These easy bites are perfect for serving kids. They can enjoy all the delicious flavors of s'mores without you having to light a bonfire in the yard.

Get the recipe for chocolate s'mores cupcakes

Photo by: Angie McGowan
Gooey Chocolate S'mores Pie 7 of 8
This gooey delicious chocolate pie is a dressed up s'more that you won't want to miss. It has all the amazing flavor you remember without the fire!

Get the recipe for gooey chocolate s'mores pie

Photo by: Julie Van Rosendaal
S'mores Granola Bars 8 of 8
Got a s'mores snack attack? Make these s'mores granola bars and pack them for your on-the-go kids!

Get the recipe for s'mores granola bars

Photo by: Jaime Richardson

And if those don’t satisfy your sweet tooth, here are 18 more s’mores recipes!

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