Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups


Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups |

“There once was a girl who loved smores.
She loved them so much that she always wanted more.
So one day she baked and what did she make?
Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups that you’ll adore!”

Big thank you to Miriam for helping me with the last line. I think I’ll just stick to baking and photography. Anyway, I’m back with more smores treats! And I just *had* to hurry up and post this one before 4th of July. I mean they can be eaten all year round, 365/24/7, but what better way to celebrate a summer cookout than with smores? Then again, when chocolate chip cookie meets smores, you’re not going to want to share.

Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups |

I’m not kidding about the sharing part. I think I ate at least 8 cookie cups myself. Then I took them into work, and I’ve only shared them with a select few coworkers. Mainly because none of us could bear to share the cookies with more people. Look at us, a bunch of greedy smores hogs. Guess there are worse addictions!

Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups |

I got the idea for this recipe from Cookies and Cups. Except she had this special muffin top pan to make mini deep dish cookies. Even though I had the urge to buy a new, shiny pan, I decided to go with what I have and use mini muffin pans. And for whatever reason, my marshmallows didn’t want to toast when baking, so I threw them under the broiler.

Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups |

When you buy the Hershey bars (because a smores isn’t complete without one), don’t buy the XL bar, thinking it’ll save you from buying a bunch of regular bars. The pieces are bigger than the cookie itself! Fortunately I also had some regular bars, so I used the nice pieces for the photos and broke up the XL pieces for the rest. I highly recommend using cinnamon graham crackers in the dough. I love how cinnamon pairs so well with chocolate, and you can definitely taste the duo together. If you don’t have cinnamon graham crackers, you may want to throw in some ground cinnamon for harmony.

Yields 30

Smores Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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1 cup all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 egg, room temperature
1 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 cup cinnamon graham cracker crumbs
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
15 marshmallows, cut in half lengthwise
30 chocolate pieces


  1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Grease two mini muffin pans.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, salt, and baking soda.
  3. In a large mixing bowl, beat together the butter and brown sugar until creamy, 2-3 minutes. Beat in the egg then add the vanilla. Add the graham cracker crumbs then gradually beat in the flour mixture. Add the chocolate chips.
  4. Divide the dough among 30 mini cups (roughly 1 1/4 inch balls). Bake 10 minutes. Immediately press a marshmallow half into each cup.
  5. Preheat the broiler. Broil the marshmallows until they are puffed and toasted (you may need to rotate your pans if your broiler doesn't heat evenly). Immediately top with a chocolate piece. Let cool completely before removing from the pans.


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Source: Adapted from Cookies and Cups
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  1. So gooey!

  2. Gimme!!

  3. I’m starting to get upset that I’m receiving no samples of all of these cookies from you.

  4. I want all of them!

  5. These are so cute and completely delicious looking! In love!

  6. Love the poem! Poetry is hard. I’m not a fan of writing poetry, even after my poetry class last semester. These look fantastic!

  7. I am loving this recipe. How perfect for the summer. But more importantly, they are perfect for me!

  8. Ohhhhh ahhhhhh ooooooh ohhhh mannnnn

    yum. so much yum. A world of epic yum.


  9. Is this your unofficial s’mores week? No complaints here, and I really like these! No mess and all the goodness!

  10. These look sooo good! Love gooey marshmallow and chocolate. Nomm…

  11. These look SO GOOD. I totally love cookie cups. Why haven’t I made them in forever?

    Thanks for linking my s’mores surprise cookies!

  12. Holy cow! I’m drooling over these!!

  13. OH. My. GOOOOD!
    Haha sorry I got a little excited. I love s’more ANYTHING. (smore recipes have their own pinterest board)
    Can’t wait to give these a try

  14. These are the perfect combination, cookies and s’mores! I hope you still ate the XL bar. You should never let chocolate go to waste : )

  15. Yup, these are WAY better than s’mores! All kinds of yummy!

  16. Dude you are a genius. An evil genius…but… I like it. Lol. These are stunning. Completely in love with this one.

  17. Lol I love the poem. And I LOOOOOOOOOVE your smores cups. Gimme!

  18. Love these cookie cups, and thanks for the link back to my puppy chow!

  19. Carla, just saw your pin at Pinterest…these are SO CUTE! S’mores treats are for year ’round in my book. LOVE these! All ooey-gooey…and, I like that you left some cinnamon in. Yum. Putting you in my blog feed so I don’t miss a beat. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Made these for an end-of-the-school year treat today and we love them! Super easy to make, absolutely delicious!! My teenage sons think these are the best thing I’ve ever made, and I cook often! Thanks for a fun and easy recipe. Followed exactly as written. We can’t stop eating them ~ Yum!!


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