Broiled S’mores Circles

So…no question about it, I love s’mores. I love them so much that I crave them in the dead heat of summer too. However, they alwaysΒ taste better by a camp fire. Something about the smoke. I don’t know. You know what I’m talking about.

To avoid getting schweaty, the trick is in the oven.

Bomb…ya got s’mores ready in seconds…and they’re bite size so there’s no mess! πŸ˜€

Broiled S’mores Circles

very slightly adapted from Cooking Classy


  • low fat graham cracker sheets
  • marshmallows
  • dark chocolate kisses, unwrapped


  1. Using a round biscuit cutter, cut circles out of the graham crackers.
  2. Place the graham cracker circles right next to each other on a baking sheet, in the middle of the baking sheet (for even broiling).
  3. Put a marshmallow in the center of each circle.
  4. Place the baking sheet on the bottom rack.
  5. Broil on low for just a minute or two, until the marshmallows are slightly browned. This will happen very quickly.
  6. Remove from the oven and quickly push down a kiss on each marshmallow.
  7. Serve warm!


  1. These are cute! I tried explaining s’mores the other day to some Germans and they all groaned and then said that this is why Americans are fat. I wanted to slap them. Because as we all know, beer and sausage is totally light on the calories and fat free. Hmp.

  2. This is convenient if you want to make a lot, but I have to say, for small quantities, I like to “roast” my marshmallows over the stove. I just turn on a burner (it even works with electric!), wait for it to heat up, stab a disposable chopstick into a marshmallow, and hold it straight over the burner, rotating it until it’s golden brown. Works just as good as a fire, and kind of makes me feel like I’m camping at home. πŸ™‚

  3. Wow what a superb great idea!! I like this method way better because when making this at a regular fire the marshmallows tend to burn, not good. I am going to get some free high fructose corn syrup marshmallows and make some for my kids!! Thanks for sharing. By the way how is that little bundle of joy??

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