S’mores Stuffed Brownies…

Happy Memorial Day! Hope everyone is out doing something fun today 🙂  Huge thanks to Emily from Swank Design for the Picky Palate face lift, I love it! Let me know what you guys think 🙂

Feast your eyes on these devilish little brownies! Who doesn’t love s’mores? I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t just love them. It was a no brainer last week to create a layered stuffed s’mores brownie and I am so glad I did! We devoured these like they were going out of style.

Another very easy recipe to whip up which makes it all the more awesome right?! I’m talking like 4 main ingredients plus the few items you’ll need for your brownie mix. Just what we need this week to kick off summer! Get your kids in the kitchen for this one….they’ll love these brownies and can help layer all the yummy ingredients.

Take a peek…..enjoy!

Break out your basic S’mores ingredients….mmm!

Chocolate!

Grahams!

Pour half of your brownie batter into prepared pan.

Start your layering…..grahams first 🙂

Then comes the chocolate…

….and the marshmallows 🙂

Now, pour the rest of the brownies!

Now, it’s time to bake!

Love it!

If you like little bite size brownies, check out this pan. Found it at Sur La Table a couple months ago. Wilton makes it, found a link on amazon HERE if you like it.

I could totally be fine just eating the batter and s’mores toppings like this… 🙂

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S’mores Stuffed Brownies

Batch Prepared in 8×8 inch baking pan

1 box of your favorite brownie mix

4 1/2 full Graham Crackers

3 1/2 Full size Hershey’s Bars

16 large marshmallows

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions. Line foil into an 8×8 inch baking pan and spray generously with cooking spray. Pour half the brownie batter into lined pan. Layer graham crackers over brownies following Hershey Bars and marshmallows. Pour remaining brownie batter over marshmallows. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until toothpick comes mostly clean from center. Remove from oven and let cool completely. Carefully remove foil and brownies from pan. Peel any foil from away from edges and cut into squares.

12 brownies

Batch Prepared in the Wilton Mini Square Brownie Pan

1 box of your favorite brownie mix,the box that calls for 8×8 inch size pan

2 full graham crackers broken into 1/2 inch pieces

2 Full size Hershey Bars broken into squares

About 18 large marshmallows quartered or 1 Cup mini marshmallows

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions. Spray square baking pan generously with cooking spray. Fill each cup 1/2 full with brownie batter. Press 1 piece of chocolate bar, graham cracker and marshmallow into center of squares. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until brownies are cooked through in center. Remove from oven and use a plastic knife to loosen all sides and clean up any marshmallow that may have oozed over 🙂  Let  cool then remove from silicone pan. Now you are ready to EAT!

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  3. Brittany

    Just a tip, I used the large marshmallows and they came through the top of the brownies and turned into a rock solid mess… try using a single layer of MINI marshmallows. This has seemed to work well (for me, anyway). But great recipe! I love them!

  4. Asyraf

    Hi! I actually made these and they were crazy good. My only concern was that my marshmallows didn’t melt like yours, and they ended up just bubbling at the top, some of it burnt. So I ended up scraping parts of the top off.

    So, I want to make them again for some friends and I actually do want them to look as good as yours. Any idea as to how I can achieve it? Thanks so much in advance! Your website is amazing!

  5. Kristen

    I am craving for brownies so this recipe is very timing. I love how you combined hersheys, marshmallows and other ingredients to make this wonderful brownies. I would love to try preparing this recipe.

    Magnavox MDR513H

  6. Kristen

    I couldn’t wait to try this recipe. I love brownies. And this recipe looked very delicious with its marshmallow toppings and chocolate chunks. Thank you for making a detailed procedure to make this wonderful recipe.

    Magnavox MDR513H

  7. Lindsey

    I made these tonight for a bbq gathering of friends, and they were a huge hit! Thanks for the deliciousness 🙂

  8. Shanda

    Hi Jenny!

    I have made these a couple of times and each time my brownie mix doesn’t always quite set up as well as I would like…mostly in the middle! I keep cooking them, but I worry the marshmallows will get too brown (the smell a little like they are burning). Should I just keep playing with my cooking time? Or should I try something else?

    Thanks for your help! 🙂

  9. Made these, SO good! I used a 9×13 pan (and 2 brownie mixes), it was harder to get the centre cooked through, but I’m a gooey fan so let it slide 🙂 I cut the marshmallows in half to place on the graham crackers, and had to thin the batter to pour overtop quite a bit. Would recommend using 1/3 batter underneath and more on top. Also had to non-stick spray the knife every cut when getting it out of the pan! So worth it!

  10. Taya

    Trying these and having cooking time issues??? I can’t seem to get the center cooked without the marshmellows OVER browning. Any suggestions? (They are still pretty delicious, but the under cooked center makes cutting into individual brownies near impossible…)

  11. Becky

    The brownies never did set up in middle but the edges were delicious! I will have to try again with possible a lower oven temp.

  12. Hi Jenny,
    I just saw these and scooped up all the ingredients at the grocery today. The hubby will be thrilled when he gets home to find these treats. I’ve been meaning to say I’ve seen you on the Food Network for a burger challenge and I was a bit miffed that they didn’t mention you being a popular food blogger. I felt that was a bit ‘controlling’ of them. A little shout out to your blog isn’t going to hurt their viewership for godsakes! Anyway, I see you all over so you certainly aren’t hurting for exposure for I just wanted to say I noticed and felt cheated for you. I use many of you recipes for I am a huge fan!

  13. Becky

    I’m having technical difficulties. 🙁 the marshmallow swelled a ton and dislodged any brownie mix. Still in the oven but the tops are burning. I will have to keep trying til I get it right!

  14. jobymorgan

    These look great! I want to make them, but I have a question: In the picture, you show a family size brownie box that makes 13X9 brownie. In the recipe you are making an 8X8 brownie. Should I purchase the family size box and use it in an 8X8 pan? or a regular size brownie mix?
    Thanks, love your recipes!

  15. Sarah

    I tried this and it was awesome!!! Tastes just as juicy and delicious as the pics look! Thanks for the great recipe and pic guide!

  16. Kelly

    I made these today for my husband and he has now proclaimed that he will love me forever if i just continue making these over and over! hehe!

  17. Amanda

    I can never get mine to be quite solid in the middle, like yours! I even baked for 45 – 50 mins. Can you help me on this? They are SO YUMMY! But I want them to look just as good!

  18. Melissa

    These were incredible, loved by all blessed enough to taste them. I was thinking of doubling the recipe and baking in a 9×13 pan. Do you think it’d work with two brownie mixes? One for top and bottom? Or stick to the smaller pan and just bake it twice?

  19. Jenny

    I will never make plain brownies again! These were so easy and tasted absolutely phenomenal!!! Thank you 🙂

  20. katie

    These look amazing! i’m going to try them with minimarshmallows in the 8×8 pan b/c that’s what i have. Hope it works!

  21. Jem

    I was just wondering, when you’re making this, do you follow the brownie’s original baking time (3-5 minutes) , as opposed to the time you indicated (45 minutes, or so)?

    This recipe looks fantastic… yum yum 🙂

  22. Okay, I have to try these–I actually followed the link here from another blog who posted this recipe. I bought brownie mix yesterday that is called “Black Forest” brownies, so it has bits of dark cherries mixed in. Thinking that might add a little surprise bite of tartness to these. Not that they need any help, but it’s what I’ve got on hand, so hopefully it will work!!

    Thanks for the great recipes! I love browsing and trying new stuff!!

    Lesa

  23. Ann Brown

    I am a new follower, and I must say I am in love….with everything you put on here! These s’more brownies should be outlawed. I am going to have to get one of those mini-pans. Love it. I tried the ice cream brownies the other day. They didn’t taste as AMAZING as they looked in your pictures, but hey, I’m not a picky brownie eater. Never met a brownie I don’t like. I’ll have to try them again, next time with mint icecream.

  24. mary

    i don’t know what i did wrong. but mine differently did not look like yours. i double checked and i followed all the directions correct.

  25. Rachel Wright

    I finally had a second to do some baking this past weekend and these were a huge hit!! So ooey and gooey and there is something about those graham crackers that just makes them so rich. I can’t eat more than one at a time but they are SOO GOOOD, especially with a cold glass of milk!

  26. Amanda

    I made these yesterday in preparation for a road trip–YUM! They are so great and all of the individual s’more flavors stand out. One of the best parts is that my Hershey bar layer is still gooey even after they cooled. I ate one for breakfast this morning…couldn’t hold out until we actually got on the road. These are definitely going to be on my list of go-to recipes for parties and potlucks. Thanks for the great idea; your site is a great find Jenny!

  27. Jen B.

    These are fantastic!!!!!! I made them yesterday and my sister in law and I had to restrain from eating too many.lol. I love that the marshmallows have a toasted taste. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! These will be a staple in our house this summer. 🙂

  28. Emma

    I have been wanting to bake these since you first posted this. I finally did today, and my family and I LOVE them. They’ve been described as “heavenly.” : ) Thank you for sharing!!

  29. Loved these! Made them for a friend who just had her first baby! Delivering them today and I’m sure they will love them also. Thanks for sharing what a great idea!

  30. These brownies were sooooo good!!!! Thank you so much for the recipe. It’s a keeper for me & my family. I even caught my Mom-in-law sneaking a few 🙂

  31. I made these last week and they were delcious! The kids loved them. I am going to use Carmello chocolate bars next time to throw in a little carmel! Thanks for sharing such wonderful recipes! I always look to your blog first for yummy ideas!

  32. Jessica Kuntz

    I forwarded this to my sister who made it for her daughter’s birthday party . . . AMAZING!! She got compliment after compliment! I felt somewhat responsible since I found the recipe for her, but thanks!! Loved it!

  33. Becca

    I love s’mores and I love brownies but I wasn’t sure how I’d like them together. But the two come together wonderfully. I made them for a potluck bbq tonight and they were a huge hit. The only thing I’ll do differently next time is put about 1/3 of the brownie batter on the first layer and the remaining 2/3 on top.

  34. Salma

    I must say these look fabulously delicious! I had to make them! They are baking as I am writing you to say thank you for such descriptive recipes and so easy. As a mother of 2 very active boys it is so nice to have finally found a website with easy steps and beautiful pictures!!! How do you come up with all of these recipes/ideas?! Keep up the fantastic work!!!

  35. Heather

    Been following your blog for a little while and just made these for a Housewarming party. I’m sure they will be a hit. I made one patch in a 9X9 pan and the second in mini-cupcake pan. The cupcake pan makes a ton. I’ve made 48 and still have brownie batter left.

    Next stop – Fluffernutters for our Cookies for Kids Cancer Bake Sale.

  36. Angela

    These were so easy and so delicious!!! Thanks for putting together
    the recipe! Only problem… I could eat them all by myself! 🙂

  37. Cynthia

    We made these tonight and they are AMAZING! Our brownie batter is thicker and doesn’t pour, so they weren’t quite as pretty as yours. But they tasted fabulous! Thanks for the great idea!

  38. The kids and I made these today and they are TO-DIE-FOR! I am going to blog about them tomorrow and link to you! This is a great way to use up leftover smore items! Thanks for the awesome recipe. This is not going to help me get into that swimsuit though! 🙂

  39. Kimm Geria

    These look so good. I love smores and brownies so you made one girl very happy. Thanks for your wonderful recipes.

  40. Great idea,
    I’m baking the recipe now; I used the same s’more ingredients but in different form, graham cracker crumbs, 2 chocolate almond bars, mini-chco chips, and mini marshmallows. I’m sure the taste these brownies will taste just as scrumptious. Can’t wait for the brownies to come out of the oven.

  41. Jay

    I made 24 of these using paper lined muffin/cupcake pans. I used a box of mix, 3 grahams, 3 chocolate bars and 12 marshmallows. Layered per your instructions and baked at 350 for 16 minutes. Turned out great. Thanks for the idea. Next….Fluffernutters!!

  42. I love love your blog! You have such amazing recipes! I found your blog through kevinandamanda.com and so glad I did! I got all stuff to make this one and can’t wait!!!

  43. Oh boy-these look heavenly…you have the most wonderfully creative ideas, Jenny.
    Oh-and I love your blog’s new look too! 🙂

  44. These s’mores brownies look absolutely delish!
    My 8 x 8 pan is ready, just need graham cracker squares, have everything else. On second thought, your no bake lemon cheese cake , I may make instead, It’s going to be a hot day today.
    May I post a link to your recipe on my Facebook page?
    I’ll bookmark your site to favorites.
    Great photos of the recipes in progress!

    1. Thanks Grace,
      Hope you will enjoy and YES you may post a link to my recipe on your Facebook Page 🙂

      Do I have a no bake lemon cheesecake? Maybe I’ve forgotten about it 🙂 Whatever you decide to bake….enjoy!!

  45. Andrea

    I totally thought of you today (in an unstalkerish kind of way) and the brownies that you displayed on your blog. I just knew I had to make them for my family. I am typing to you as they are baking in the oven. Thanks for the fantastic and fun idea. My son loved helping me make them, and of course eat the extra ingredients!

      1. Andrea

        They turned out so well! All of my friends want your recipe and are dying to try them out! I’m just not sure I want to share the brownies now. 🙂

  46. I cant wait to make the fleffernutter cookies, but I too, just like niki wanted to stop by and say we are excited for my mom and reed to seal the deal and get married.thanks foe all the fun recipes, where would life b without all the delicious goodies

    1. Hi Mandi!!
      So happy that you and Niki stopped in to say hi, I seriously can’t wait to meet you ladies! I’ve gotten to meet your mom a couple times and we just love her! I am so happy for her and Reed 🙂 Looking forward to meeting you all in July!

      1. Not only were they a hit at the BBQ but I have 2 co workers that want me to make them for them. One is for a guy who wants to have for a dinner he is doing for some girl! 🙂

        Thanks for great ideas!

  47. My mouth started watering looking through this post. These look incredible!!!! I use to make smores over the oven when I was younger..never thought about making them IN the oven 😉 thanks!

  48. Oh my! These look insanely good! I love the little bite size ones too. I love your facelift. I like the tags and the shopping cart symbols.

  49. A brilliant concept and one that you have executed so very deliciously here. I must admit to being a bit jealous, since a while back I put on my thinking cap to develop a recipe with similar ingredients and was not able to put it all together as well as you have done here. Many thanks for sharing this crowd-pleasing recipe! Stumbled.

  50. OMG these look absolutely amazing and delicious! I really need to make them! You are so talented to think of this. And they are so simple!
    Also love the new redesign, they did a great job.

  51. Tell me . . . how do you stay so cute and thin with all these SUPER yummy creations?! I go to the gym six days a week and it’s all I can do not to make every single one, since I would gain so much. LOVE, LOVE your site!! Thanks.

  52. So yummy, all of it! These look delicious! I can’t wait to try them for my little ones….and the hubby to of course!
    Love the new look of the site too!

  53. Leslie

    They turned out great, except the little tips of the graham crackers that stuck out a bit got a bit dark. How did you avoid this? (No worries, it won’t stop anyone from eating these yummy treats though!)

    1. Hi Leslie,
      I would try taking them out a little earlier; baking times vary in different ovens. Do you have an electric oven? The one I use is gas.

      1. Leslie

        Mine is gas too, and it seems no one cared that the tips were dark. They devoured them and asked for the recipe at work!

  54. Leslie

    These are adorable and are in the oven as we speak. I rep for Demarle (maker of Silpat) and I’m trying them in the mini muffin tray. I’ll let you know how they turn out!

  55. Leaving for the grocery store & stopped by again to see what we need. Will be making these in about 20 minutes. Kids can not wait.

  56. hi jenny.

    i’ve been using your recipes for the last couple months and haven’t been disappointed with a single one! i came here today to get the ice cream cookie recipe so i could whip some up for a bbq we’re having tonight and it looks like i will now be making these delish looking brownies as well! i thought it was time i leave a comment…i’m lori crum’s daughter. we all love reed and are so happy about the big news!

    hopefully we’ll be meeting come july;) thanks for sharing your talent!

    niki.

    1. Hi Niki! So glad you have been enjoying my recipes 🙂 We are Sooooo excited for Reed and your mom, she is just the cutest thing ever!! I’m looking forward to meeting you and your sisters, I feel so sad that we’ve been missing out on all the parties!! See you in July…..could they have picked a hotter month to get married?! LOL!

  57. Andrea

    Oh my goodness, these look fantastic! You have such great ideas for recipes! Keep them coming! I really enjoy looking at your blog, and the design is super cute!

  58. Those look so good! I love the mini’s!! I am having a kids party in a few weeks and I keep coming back to your blog to try to decide what goodies to make and I just can’t decide! I need something that won’t melt in the sun and will be simple enough for about 60 people! (no they are not all kids, thank goodness!) Any ideas?

  59. Jenny the new site design looks great! And of course these brownies are drool-worthy. I’m sure you’ll be the hit of your Memorial Day gathering.

  60. Oh my GOODNESS!!!! Those look absolutely amazing! You are so clever! My kids saw that picture, and don’t you know we will be trying those really really soon! Thanks for sharing!

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