These Campfire Sugar Cookies S’mores is a fun twist on the classic s’mores recipe that usually uses Graham Crackers.
Our campfire s’mores are the perfect camping treat for those that love cookies and eating s’mores.
The Campfire Sugar Cookies S’mores taste Amazing! And, make a fun camping activity for the whole family.
Before your family goes camping make sure to pick up some s’mores ingredients from the grocery store. My family decided to use sugar cookies.
We wanted to use something different besides Graham Crackers.
And, Since I love sugar cookies I thought they would taste perfect with Hershey’s Chocolate candy bars, and strawberry marshmallows.
Additionally, we bought fun bright sprinkles and some white frosting to decorate our campfire smores.
We thought after roasting marshmallows over the campfire it would be fun to have a smores decorating contest.
My son loved roasting his marshmallows over the open fire.
He used our 42″ Rolla Roaster telescopic camping fork, to roast his marshmallows. The camping fork is the best one we have used so far.
After my son roasted his marshmallows we put together the Sugar Cookies S’mores. We also made this fun popsicle stick tent craft.
We used our new Coghlan’s Camper’s S’Mores Grill. That thing is really COOL!
We were able to make three s’mores at once. You can purchase the s’mores grill online at Amazon or buy it from Academy or Walmart.
I was impressed by the way the smores recipe turned out. The smores was sweet, gooey, and delicious. It was such an easy camping dessert for us to make.
How to Make Campfire Sugar Cookies S’mores
First to make the campfire s’mores an adult will need to build a fire. Next, assemble the s’mores by putting a sugar cookie into the camper’s s’mores grill.
Second, place a big piece of chocolate on top of the cookie. Then squish one or two marshmallows flat and put them on top of the chocolate.
Third, place a second sugar cookie on top of the marshmallows. Repeat until you made three smores then close the s’mores grill.
Fourth, hold the grill over the fire rotating until the chocolate and marshmallows melt. Be careful not to hold the s’mores grill to close to the fire.
Fifth, remove the s’mores grill from the campfire. Let the grill cool before opening it and removing the s’mores.
Last, remove the smores. Then decorate and enjoy! Don’t the s’mores look delicious?
This is the BEST Campfire s’mores recipe EVER! We loved how the strawberry marshmallows tasted sandwiched between the gooey chocolate and the sugar cookies.
We hope you will get to try these gooey s’mores cookies too! Also, try our Campfire Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs.
Can you freeze leftover marshmallows?
Yes, you can freeze leftover marshmallows up to 3 months.
You can store the unopened bag or divide the marshmallows into smaller portions and wrap them in plastic wrap then store in a freezer bag, in the freezer.
These easy and delicious Campfire Sugar Cookies S’mores are an excellent camping dessert. Perfect for those that love cookies and eating s’mores.
- 6 sugar cookies
- 6 strawberry marshmallows
- 1– Hershey’s Milk Chocolate bar, broken into 3 pieces
- Camping S’mores grill
- Open the campfire grill. Lay a cookie in each section.
- Place a piece of chocolate on top of each cookie.
- Flattened marshmallows and put two on top of each chocolate candy.
- Place the top cookie over the marshmallows. Next, close the s’mores grill. Make sure to slide the metal piece to secure the grill close.
- Hold the s’mores camping grill over the campfire for a few minutes on each side until the chocolate and marshmallows melt.
- Remove from the grill from the fire and let cool. Open the grill and remove the s’mores.
- Decorate the s’mores and enjoy!
You could use any type of marshmallows and cookies you prefer.
Also, if you prefer graham crackers you could use those instead of the cookies.
See photos to see how far away from the fire to hold the camping s’mores grill.
This S’mores recipe can easily be doubled or tripled!
- Category: camping
- Method: campfire
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: s’mores, smores, camping, dessert, campfire s’mores, campfire dessert, campfire, camping dessert, chocolate, sugar cookies, marshmallows
Kim Seghers is a Mom of three, creator of This Ole Mom blog, a family friendly site. Kim is passionate about sharing her love for cooking, crafting, traveling, family, and everything lifestyle.