S’mores Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

I know, I know, enough stuffed cookies already, lol! Please allow me to get just a couple more out of my system and I will put these bad boys to rest ๐Ÿ™‚

This version however, is one of my very favorites, it’s an inside out gooey s’mores wrapped in butter crisp chocolate chip cookie dough. If that doesn’t sound to die for, I don’t know what does. Hope you’ll enjoy taking a peek at my “S’mores Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies!”

Graham crackers, marshmallows and Hershey’s Chocolate bars, mmm.

Couldn’t help it ๐Ÿ™‚

I cut my marshmallows in half to stay on the graham crackers better.

Like so ๐Ÿ™‚

Instead of full size s’mores, I separated the graham crackers into fourths to fit inside the cookies. Trust me, they are still massive, lol!

If I had 8 more hands I could have shown you this step. Now, note this gets a little finicky. Your graham crackers want to move around, but just place it and the dough in your hands to enclose it the best you can. Trust me, they do NOT have to perfectly stuffed. Once you get the 2 scoops of dough on top and bottom, you’ll need more on the front and back, do this while holding it in your hands.

Now that is a cookie! Time to bake.

This is quite the sight to see, they are so gorgeous!

Let them cool for at least 10 minutes before transferring to a cooling rack or serving plate.

How gorgeous is this? The marshmallow melts and puffs right inside the cookie for a gooey texture.

Yes, they are as good as they look folks ๐Ÿ™‚

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S’mores Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

2 sticks softened butter

1 Cup granulated sugar

3/4 Cup packed light brown sugar

2 eggs

1 Tablespoon vanilla

3 1/2 Cup all purpose flour

1 teaspoon kosher salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

2 Cups semi sweet chocolate chips

24 graham cracker quarters or 12 full sheets separated at perforations

3 Hershey Bars, broken into rows of 3 bars

12 large marshmallows cut in half lengthwise

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with parchment or a silpat liner.

2. In a stand or electric mixer, beat the butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla, continue to beat until well combined.

3. Place flour, salt and baking soda into a bowl; mix to combine then add slowly to wet ingredients along with the chocolate chips.

4. Layer a graham cracker quarter with 3 Hershey chocolate squares and 2 marshmallow halves. Close with another graham cracker. Top s’more with a large scoop of cookie dough. Place in hands and place another large scoop on bottom then front and back sides as needed. Form dough around s’mores. Will get messy, but stick with it, it does not have to be perfect. S’mores will move around but it’s no big deal. Place large cookies onto prepared baking sheet and bake for 15-17 minutes or until edges are golden and centers are cooked through. Let cool for 10 minutes before transferring to cooling rack or serving plate.

Makes 12 large stuffed cookies.



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118 Responses
  1. They say that necessity is the mother of invention. Oh so true. Love this:
    “I cut my marshmallows in half to stay on the graham crackers better.”

    Jenny these look awesome!! I want to make them! And for as puffy as they start out, they really shrink down tons…which is good. Just means I can eat more ๐Ÿ™‚

    I LOVE marshmallow anything and smores…oh boy. Awesome!

      1. Ree

        How many cookies fit on a baking sheet? If they’re 8″ wide when done… just wondering about placement of dough. Can’t wait to try these! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. I made quickie smores this weekend for my teens and was planning on blogging them as a Simple Saturday, but now I’ve shown this pic to my son and he said, “Mom, can you ‘finish’ yours like that next time?” These are over-the-top fun looking!

  3. This recipe is just amazing. What could be better than Smores and Chocolate Chip Cookies. Wow, I am very impressed and can’t wait to make them. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  4. Nicole

    What WON’T this woman stuff in cookie dough?? LOL! ๐Ÿ™‚ I love it! Happy exploring – can’t wait to see what’s next!

  5. Though I’ve been dieting and so haven’t made any of your stuffed cookies, please don’t stop! They look divine and can’t wait to try them. All of them. Even though they may destroy everything I’m working towards! LOL

  6. Wow Jenny! I think I gained 10 pounds just looking at your fabulous pictures. You continue to amaze me with your cookie inventions! Yummy! Already looking forward to the next one! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. P

    What are you baking the cookies on? What is that on your cookie sheet. I want to try these but I am new at the whole baking thing

  8. Deb

    OH MY WORD!!!!!!!!! YUM, YUM and YUM again!!!!! I almost had to pick my jaw up off the flour, cause they look and sounds AMAZING!!!:)

  9. I just love clicking your site on my google reader and seeing what your latest creative treat is. These look awesome – who doesn’t love s’mores?

  10. Kathy

    Now that’s what I call a Plate Full of Cookies !!! Looks absolutely divine. Printed for the next time I bake cookies for the guys at work… thanks again.

  11. Brittany C.

    Oh Mercy. Those looks AMAZING!! I made your brownie stuffed cookies last week for book club and ohhhhh those were soooooooo good!!! Glad I had some girlfriends to send the extras home with otherwise I’d be in big trouble.
    Keep the stuffed cookies coming. They are SO yummy!

  12. Nicole

    Just wondering if the marshmallow gets hard once the cookie cools? (my dad used to pack s’mores in my lunch bag and the marshmallow was always crispy by lunch time. I actually liked the crunch). Not that I’d let the cookies cool before eating them, but if I was to make a batch to share at work….

  13. Rian

    oh no! first day on this site and I am SOLD!! These totally won me over, I love all things s’mores…you can never get enough of them. ๐Ÿ™‚ thank you !

  14. Lisa

    I just made them and they are AMAZING. I can’t wait to share them tomorrow with friends – thanks for the recipe!!

  15. Suzanne

    I couldn’t resist and had to make these yesterday. They are awesome! I made mini s’mores, though, (half the size of yours) so that we’d have more than 12 cookies as I plan to share them with some friends. They are so delicious. The graham cracker almost gets a little caramelized, too, so that was a fun surprise. Thanks for another incredible recipe!

  16. Mary Prillaman

    I am making these right now. They look really good but they are not flattening out like yours. And I’m virtually certain I followed the recipe correctly. Any clue what I’ve done wrong?

  17. Amanda

    I made these earlier today and they are AMAZING!! A hit with the whole family. Had some guests stop by and they want more!

  18. Amy

    Made these last night. I couldn’t believe the size of them before baking! It was like a baby head. Dangerous cookies. So good. Soooooooooo good. Thank you Jenny! Your website is making my family extremely cookie happy!

  19. Brittany M

    Saw these the other day and couldn’t wait to try them….but I lost the recipe! I’ve been searching all day, but finally found them! Can’t wait to bake these tomorrow and send some of them to work with my husband! Thanks! These look amazing

  20. Jackie T

    I just made them this evening! They are delicious! Mine weren’t as wide, but they were a lot thicker. Not flat at all. Any idea what made them different? But they still were delicious and got great reviews with them family!

  21. Where did I go wrong? I made these cookies and they were wonderful that same day but the next day they were hard as rocks! At least my hubby and I ate most of them the same day so I only had to throw away a few of them ๐Ÿ™‚ Looking forward to trying more of your yummy recipes!

  22. Stephanie, Melanie, and Martha

    We made these cookies tonight. They did not look like the picture. They looked like giant rocks and now we don’t know how to go about eating them.
    Why did they not flatten? We did everything the recipe said.

  23. Oh my goodness! That looks divine! I just got done making browned butter chocolate chip cookies so once I’ve worked my way through that batch I’ll start thinking about trying out your recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  24. Sara

    My mouth is watering just looking at those yummy cookies and my scale is jumping of joy at the prospect of showing me an increase in my waist size! I am so going to have to schedule time to make those!

  25. Malinda

    I have a batch in the oven right now! I can’t wait until they are finished. I do have a couple of questions though. Is it really a Tbsp. of vanilla or is it suppose to be a tsp.? Also, do you refrigerate your dough first? I ended up refridgerating it first so that it wasn’t so sticky.

  26. Oh My Yummy Goodness! I cannot wait to try these delicious cookies. Jenny, you are a genius. I am glad I finally made my way to the blog of the lady that actually makes the recipes for the stuffed cookies so that I may give credit where credit is due. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, for this awesome recipe. I cannot wait to try it, I know it is going to be sinfully delish!

  27. Amy

    I made these today and I can’t believe how amazing they were. The whole family loved them. I’m making them again for my memorial day party. Thank you and thanks to pinterest for helping me find this recipe!

  28. AliGirl

    OMGosh! I feel my arteries clogging already–but, what a way to go!! Keep ’em comin’, Jenny :).

  29. Wave

    Is it possible to use store bought refrigerated cookie dough? And if so, should I put one cookie-sized chunk on each side of the s’more, or split one chunk and put only half on each side?

  30. Emily

    I love your website and have made several of your treats! I have made the oreo stuffed cookies and the brownie stuffed cookies! both absolutely amazing! I am in the process of making these right now, but my cookies always trun out huge like a hockey puck and yours flatten out after baking. How do you get yours to flatten out a little bit?

  31. Colleen Morris

    My granddaughter, the baker/cook in our home, made these (I’m going to try them too) and they are to die for (as you said). I found if you pop them in the microwave for about 20 seconds they are very soft and warm, then sit back with a glass of milk… enjoy. Thanks for such a wonderful recipe.

  32. Nicole

    I just tried these and it didn’t work out as well as I had hoped. The dough was pretty crumbly so it was hard to get it to stick around the s’mores. I am also wondering how you got them to settle so much because mine came out and were still at least an inch thick. Don’t get me wrong they are amazing I am just trying to fine tune them for the next time I make them!

  33. Janet

    Can you please tell me the equivalent of ‘Graham’ crackers? I’m in Australia. I NEED to make these…amazing!

  34. jordan

    i am going to bring these cookies to a friend’s dinner party tomorrow. do you think these cookies should be made the same day or can i make them the day before?

  35. Kelly

    I baked these yesterday and they were delicious!!! It was tricky getting the dough wrapped around the smores but I eventually go the hang of it. Love this recipe!!

  36. Shoura

    Your recie was easy to follow and it looks so yummy. I tried making them and they came out looking more like scones than anything. It was upsetting. I will try again, I’m not sure what I did wrong

  37. Brittany

    Found these on Thursday, made them Friday…3/4 of my cookies like popped open…not sure where I went wrong? Still taste delicious! I also got like…9 not 12

  38. Brooke

    These look delicious!!! But is it possible to use store bought cookie dough instead of making your own, I dont bake often and honestly I’m really lazy lol

  39. Kelly

    These are awesome. I made a huge batch this weekend to give as holiday cookies. I wanted them to be smaller so I quartered the graham crackers, halved the chocolate pieces and used mini marshmallows. I was able to get 22 3″ cookies with this method. My husband said they were the best cookies I’ve ever made so thank you!

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  41. Christina

    I just made these and followed it to the T. They cam out WAY too big. Cut the marshmallows down to get cookies per marshmallow plus everything else. Cookies stuck to fingers way too much. Takes way too much time to make. I’m sure they teste very good but I am never making them again

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