S’Mores Cookies

Easy, delicious cookies that will bring a smile to faces of young and old.

Easy, delicious cookies that will bring a smile to faces of young and old.

One of our favorite pastimes in the spring and autumn is to build fires in the fire pit, listen to music, watch boats go up and down the lake, and relax with friends.  I always make sure to have the fixings to make s’mores available for when we have kids over.  Plus, Jackson loves s’mores, so it is an easy treat that requires little effort.

When I found a recipe for S’Mores Cookies on Pinterest, I knew I had to try them!  These simple, delicious treats take only a few minutes to assemble and bake.

From start to finish, this recipe will take approximately 20 minutes.

Ingredients
1 sleeve of honey-flavored graham crackers
1 package refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough
3 Hershey’s chocolate bars
1 bag mini marshmallows

Be sure to cut cookies with a wet knife to avoid pulling the marshmallow topping from the cookies.

Be sure to cut cookies with a wet knife to avoid pulling the marshmallow topping from the cookies.

Directions
Preheat oven to temperature on cookie dough container.
Cover a 9×13 casserole dish in aluminum foil.
Cover the bottom of of the dish with a single layer of graham crackers.
On a cutting board or wax paper, spread out cookie dough to place evenly over the graham crackers.
Bake according to directions on cookie dough.
Remove from oven, and place individual segments of Hershey’s bars evenly over the cookie dough.
Cover evenly with marshmallows.
Place cookies back in oven for 3-5 minutes until marshmallows begin to melt.
Move stove setting to broil and watch carefully for 1-2 minutes until marshmallows begin to brown.
Allow to cool, and remove cookies from pan by lifting aluminum foil out of pan.
**Cut with a wet knife to avoid pulling marshmallow layer off.

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