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Toasted S’more Brownies Recipe

I had some people over earlier this week. I had originally planned on about 5 and that number quickly jumped up to 15, meaning I quickly had to go back to the drawing board for my dinner plan. As I was planning, I knew I wanted to have a couple of fun desserts and, since it’s been 95ish degrees around here, I wanted to have a summery dessert.

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed

There are few things that are more summery than s’mores!  And then I remembered I’ve already done a S’more Brownie and…I just didn’t feel like making that one.

And then I remembered that I’d finally found Kraft’s Mallow Bits in the grocery store last week…

and it was destiny.

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed

These are super simple to make!  Use a boxed brownie mix, adding an extra egg yolk to the batter for extra fudginess.  Bake it for half the cooking time, then take it out of the oven to sprinkle on the good stuff.

I used honey graham sticks that I broke in half, but you could use broken graham cracker bits or Teddy Grahams (these were actually what I was planning to use, but I saw the sticks first!).

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed

Then add some chocolate chips, or chocolate chunks, or chocolate bar pieces…whatever floats your boat!

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed

And then add the mallow bits and finish baking it up.

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed

The marshmallows will start to get just a hint of golden brown, the chocolate chips will melt, and it turns into simple s’morificness.

Toasted S'more Brownies Recipe : So Very Blessed



Toasted S’more Brownies

  • Yield: 20


  • 1 box family size (13×9) brownie mix (I used Betty Crocker Fudge Brownies)
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2/3 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 1/2 cups honey graham cracker sticks, broken in half
  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips
  • 3/4 cup vanilla Mallow Bits


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Whisk together brownie mix, water, vegetable oil, eggs, and egg yolk.
  3. Pour batter into a greased 13×9 glass pan.
  4. Bake for 13 minutes.
  5. Remove from oven and sprinkle brownies with graham cracker sticks, chocolate chips, and Mallow Bits. Press them gently into the batter.
  6. Bake for another 13 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.


Cutting these with a serrated knife helps to cut through the graham cracker sticks!

This Post Has 9 Comments
  1. Those look amazing! Do you like the marshmallow bits? I've been wanting to make rocky road cookies, but when I tried using regular mini marshmallows, they completely melted and dissolved. The cookies tasted great, but were pretty ugly to look at! Do you think the bits would work better? They seem to have held their shape when you used them.
    Good for you for keeping your head on when finding out about a last minute party! I would have completely panicked!!
  2. I HIGHLY recommend the Mallow Bits! These are almost exactly like the little marshmallows that come in hot chocolate packets. I was worried because I didn't really want them to stay crunchy, but after the brownies cooled, I covered them and they softened up perfectly! These won't dissolve when you bake them, so they'd be perfect for your rocky road cookies! Daniel actually requested a rocky road brownie next!

    And, believe me, I've had my panicky moments! Now that we've had this group of people over so many times, I wasn't as stressed, but I still feel the pressure when we're having new folks over!

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