S’mores Candy Bark

S'mores Candy Bark

    Two years ago, I had the opportunity to make some S’mores outdoors for the first time. I know I’m kind of a late starter but, better late than never! I absolutely feel in love with how delicious they tasted and vowed to enjoy them as often as possible.

    Since it is not always possible to make S’mores the traditional way, I came up with a fun S’mores Candy Bark recipe that you can enjoy indoors no matter what time of the year it is. This recipe is also a lot of fun to make with the kids. I hope you guys will enjoy this S’mores Candy Bark recipe as much as we do!

S’mores Candy Bark

Supplies needed:

– 2 cups of milk chocolate chips
– honey graham crackers, 1 sleeve
– 1 cup of mini marshmallows
– mixing bowl, microwave safe
– wax paper
– baking sheet

S'mores Candy Bark

1. Place the milk chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Place the bowl in the microwave and heat on high for 30 seconds at a time, stirring well between intervals. Repeat until the chocolate is smooth without clumps.
2. While the chocolate is still warm, pour it out onto your baking sheet which has been covered with wax paper.

S'mores Candy Bark

3. Take a spatula and spread the chocolate mixture smooth and even.

4. While it is still warm, sprinkle crushed graham crackers on top. You can add as little or as much as you wish.

S'mores Candy Bark

5. Finish by topping the warm chocolate with mini marshmallows. Use the spatula to push them down into the chocolate if needed.

6. Place the tray in the refrigerator to cool and set. It will harden in about an hour.

S'mores Candy Bark

7. Once the candy is hardened, take a knife and cut it into squares.

Your s’mores candy bark is now ready to be enjoyed!

S'mores Candy Bark

Let’s Discuss: What are some of the ways that you have enjoyed S’mores over the years with your family and what do you think they would love about this S’mores Candy Bark recipe?

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  1. Well, well, well, this looks very yummy and sweet! Kids will love this treat. It’s a neat idea and neater than traditional s’mores.

  2. I’m going to save this until the fall when it starts to cool off. Getting to warm now to be eating chocolate outside!

  3. My youngest was just saying yesterday how much she likes s’mores. I’m going to show her this and let her make it. She’ll be in heaven.

  4. What a delicious summer time treat! I never would have thought to add graham crackers and marshmallows to make s’mores bark. Yummers!

  5. Holy moly this looks and sounds great! I have a moms’ group event and this would be perfect

  6. Oh my gosh – this is perfect for the upcoming summer months! I’m definitely going to make this with my kiddos. They’re going to LOVE it.

  7. This is a great idea! I love making s’mores over a campfire but they get so messy! This seems like a great way to get the same flavour without the mess.

  8. Yum!!! This looks so delicious! I’m going to try making this for my kids. I know it’s going to be a big hit. Thanks for the recipe!

  9. I have been giving the little guy cooking and baking lessons. This will be a delicious one!

  10. CourtneyLynne says

    Oooooo yummy! Now this is one unique twist on some bark! I might just have to make a batch with my daughter. I bet she would love it.

  11. Donna porter says

    This brings back so many memories. I have not had S’mores in years so I will make this recipe for my family.

  12. I am from Germany and we don’t know this candy here. So I tried my very first S’mores bar last year at the airport in Panama City. At the first try it became one of my favorite candies. Thanks for this recipe, I will try it next weekend 🙂

  13. Jenny Ham says

    This looks wonderful. I am going to have to try and make these soon.

  14. Thank goodness the technology now exists to enjoy S’mores even without a campfire!

  15. shelly peterson says

    These look delicious. My family would enjoy these.

  16. This is such a great alternative to traditional s’mores! I like that, unlike regular s’mores, I could make this ahead of time as a treat for my grandchildren!

  17. This looks like a special treat that my kids would absolutely love. I am pinning this recipe and looking forward to trying it. 🙂

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