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Deep Dish S’mores Bowls For Two

13 reviews / 4.9 average

Let’s talk about what happens when you take a graham-cracker loaded cookie base, top it with little squares of chocolate bars, pile it high with marshmallows, and stick it in the oven for a few minutes.

THIS. This is what happens. An ooey-gooey, golden brown, melty, cookie-loaded miracle.



Since the world is still weird and most of us are still generally staying at home (hi) and not feeding huge crowds of people (hi), I made these s’mores cookie bowls into an at-home, on-the-fly, TWO PERSON situation. A one-person situation would also be very acceptable.

S'mores bowls before baking.

This is kind of thing where you can say: it’s been a day, and we need a little something to just make the evening happier and sparklier and more celebratory, so here is a thing we can bake quickly, and eat it while it’s hot and gooey, and it will be the perfect special thing for just tonight.

(Just tonight aka will probably also make tomorrow night.)

It only takes about 6 minutes to prep, but it’s better than, say, a mug cake, because you put it in the oven and give it a close-to-the-real-thing s’mores effect. This is proper baking, people.

And yes, deep dish, smooth chocolate, gooey marshmallow, graham cookie base eaten while totally melty and wonderful is 100% proper baking.

Spoonful of s'mores bowls.

Check Out Our Video For How To Make Deep Dish S’mores Bowls:

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Deep Dish S’mores Bowls For Two


  • Author: Lindsay
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 24 (4 would be reasonable, 2 would be realistic) 1x

Description

Deep Dish S’Mores Bowls for Two! A graham-cracker loaded cookie base, top it with little squares of chocolate bars, piled high with marshmallows. An ooey-gooey, golden brown, melty, cookie-loaded miracle.


Ingredients

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  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon white sugar
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 cup + 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 2 graham cracker sheets, crushed into crumbs (I just used my hands)
  • 810 Hershey chocolate squares, or 1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips
  • heaping 1/2 cup mini marshmallows

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350. Mix butter, white sugar, and brown sugar together. Whisk in egg yolk and vanilla. Add baking powder, flour, salt, and graham crumbs.
  2. Divide the dough between the ramekins to make a crust (I usually do 2 ramekins, but you can also divide between 3-4 ramekins depending on size). Top with a layer of chocolate and finish topping with a heaping pile of marshmallows.
  3. Bake for 15 minutes, until the marshmallows are lightly browned and crispy. Allow to cool (your preference, really) and serve that gooey goodness with big spoons and glasses of milk.

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  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: s’mores bowls, deep dish s’mores, dessert for two

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  1. Pinch of Yum Logo

    Lindsay, I tried your cookie bowls when the pandemic started and you will not believe but I made them every three days!!! Not even thought about the extra weight I was putting because I had picked up workout as my new quarantine hobby. Today, after 5 months (FIVE!!!!??) I can safely say that I have made those cookie bowls beyond count and am so addicted to that recipe. Looking at this smores recipes – I have never made anything like this and this concept is also very non-traditional in India but I can not wait to give this a try!! Perfect for two person just like the cookie bowl – I would always one as late night snack and the other one the next morning with coffee. Thanks for another amazing recipe which I feel I will be addicted to!

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    Jess

    Okay, 1) this is the funniest comment on a food blog I’ve ever seen, have fun Sheenam; and

    2) recipe looks delish— can’t wait to try!

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    KERRI Bryant

    Can’t wait to try it. Where are the dark bowls you use in the photo from? Thanks.

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    Alexis

    These look amazing! Any substitution ideas for the egg yolk? I’m allergic, but need this in my life!!!

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    Rachel

    Made these this morning with my 4 and 6 year olds. Everyone gave them two thumbs up! Plus clean up was a breeze and the kitchen was picked up before they came out of the oven.

    We only had 1 Tbl of all-purpose flour left so we used that + 1/4 cup white wheat flour and it worked great split across three, 7 oz ramekins.






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    Roni

    These are awesome, I have tried all of your two person desserts and every one has been excellent. I’m with Kerri though, where did you get the black dishes that are used in the pictures?

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    Deborah

    Do you think this would translate well to a 9×13 pan for a crowd? If so how many times would I times the original recipe? Thanks in advance

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    Cherryl

    Made these last night and they were fabulous. Used vegan marshmallows and it was just perfect!

    Thank you!






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    Patricia

    I love s’mores sooo much, they’re one of my favorite treats ever!

    These bowls are perfectttt. Also, I have a ton of food allergies so, I follow a plant based diet. These were EASILY made vegan if anyone wanted to know! I used vegan butter and a flax egg in the base to replace the yolk. Semi-sweet vegan chocolate chips in the middle and vegan marshmallows on top. Perfection!






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    WOW! These look deadly! Reminds me of camping. Would be fun to make this over the fire this summer. Beautiful photos as always 🙂
    Sincerely,
    A Canuck Chef in the Netherlands






  11. Pinch of Yum Logo

    Made it into two ramekins- couldn’t really taste the graham cracker in the base but that’s ok because they were still totally delicious. The cookie had that gooey pizookie like texture. For sure would make again.






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    Margie K

    We made these tonight (in an 8×8 baking dish) and they were delicious! Thank you!

  13. Pinch of Yum Logo

    These are absolutely incredible, and super quick! I always move a little slower than recipe cards say I should, but the 10 minute prep was right on the nose. Too easy!






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    Margie K

    Baking disaster! There is an error on this page, wherein when you try to multiple the recipe, the recipe changes disproportionally. For flour, it says 1/4 plus 1 tbsp in the original, but 3 and 3/4 cups when supposedly multiplied by 3. It also says you need 18 graham crackers instead of the original 2. When you click 1x, the amounts also change (To 1.25 c flour and 6 graham crackers), which I think is the source of the problem. I figured this out because the first time I made it it was AMAZING, and the second time it was like trying to eat a salty brick. Or trying to eat delicious chocolate and marshmallows connected to a salty brick.

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        Tina

        Hi, Eman! I made this tonight using the “1x” amounts before seeing exchange. It was too buttery and salty, but I’m excited to try it the right way! Are the amounts that load originally the correct ones? Thanks!

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    Margie K

    P.s. also, the original recipe calls for 1/8 tsp salt, and the 3x versión calls for a TABLESPOON. This explains a lot.:)

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    Joanna Michael

    I’m quite happy to have found you recipe galore here and I can’t wait for the weekend to try out this tasty-yummy dish.

    I’m a housemaid, at present working in Dubai in a housekeeping company. Now I have two kids to be taken care of in the family I’m working for and they are very fond of chocolate.

    So, hence having some fantastic chocolate recipes here will really contribute to my efforts to please the children with variety of dishes.

    Thanks a lot.

    Joanna M
    Professional Housemaid at HousekeepingCo (https://www.housekeepingco.com)






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    Kimberly

    Hi! Do you have a link or a recommendation for the larger ramekin you use in the video or the black cast iron one in the picture? Thanks! This recipe looks great!