Easy Sheet Pan S’mores for party snacks when you’re missing a campfire.
For some reason, we only make s’mores when we go to the lake. Why is that?
It is not from lack of fire pits at home, or a shortage of marshmallow roasting sticks. There is not an issue with hunting down the sophisticated ingredients used for making s’mores.
Why do we save this simple, yet utterly divine, treat for camping and beach trips?
I have no idea. And better yet, I think we need to stop the madness.
Yes, it’s fun the roast marshmallows over an open campfire and press them between graham crackers out of doors.
Yet if you are really craving s’mores you can make them right in your oven… In 2 minutes. With less mess.
Today’s Easy Sheet Pan S’mores are a perfect large-batch treat for parties and movie nights.
You can make them anytime of year, without frost-bitten toes or mosquito bites. No sticks required!
To make Easy Sheet Pan S’mores simply lay graham crackers out on a baking sheet. Place a chocolate square and marshmallow on top of each graham. Then broil to toast the marshmallows.
It’s that simple.
Easy Sheet Pan S’mores taste amazing straight out of the oven, but are always divine hours later. So you can make them ahead of an event if you like.
Try doctoring up your Easy Sheet Pan S’mores with buttery Ritz crackers, dark chocolate, and salted caramel sauce. The possibilities are endless!
Check out our video tutorial…
Easy Sheet Pan S'mores
- 20 whole graham crackers, halved (40 squares)
- 20 marshmallows
- 4 Hershey chocolate bars
- Turn the oven on broil. Line a large sheet pan with parchment paper. Place 20 graham cracker squares on the baking sheet. Then place a chocolate square on each graham cracker. Add one marshmallow to each stack.
- Place the sheet pan on the center rack of the oven. Broil the marshmallows for 1-2 minutes. Do not take your eyes off the marshmallows... They can burn fast!
- Once the marshmallows are toasted to your liking, remove the pan and press another graham cracker square down on each stack. Enjoy!
NOTE: Mix things up! Try making your s'mores with Ritz butter crackers, dark chocolate and salted caramel sauce.