These S’mOreos are s’mores with Oreo cookies instead of graham crackers. They are an undeniably easy and awesome sweet treat that can be enjoyed in the summer while camping or at home all year round by sticking them under the broiler!
Longtime readers know I love Oreos. You will never, ever find my pantry without Oreos.
Seriously, pigs could fly, the sky could turn green, and my hair would all of a sudden start growing out straight. Basically, when Hell freezes over is when Oreos would not occupy shelf space in my house.
While rearranging my pantry last weekend, I was staring at the Oreos and marshmallows, I had this amazing idea! Revolutionary! My million dollar ticket! Oreo Smores. WHAT.
Ya. Except when I Googled it, I found out I’m about 7 years too late. Of course. Always late to the party. But no biggie. Any food that can make my toes curl with delight is enough for me. And these did just that.
These little gems are something special and you don’t even need a campfire to enjoy them. And they’re still ready in minutes!
Ingredients needed for Oreo Smores
Traditional s’mores are made with graham crackers, marshmallows, and rich chocolate squares. The only thing we’re changing here is the cracker, which we’ll swap out for an Oreo cookie. But the cookie shell and the cream filling take it to another level!
Peanut butter lovers have even been known to stick a Reeses PB Cup into the fold. We can’t have peanut products due to allergies, but I imagine they’re are amazeballs.
These S’mOreos are so easy to make. Whether you’re camping and roast them over a fire, or at home and want a quick mid-week dessert. They’re also a hit when having a group of friends over. Just be sure to have a cold glass of milk at the ready!
And check out this Tropical S’mores recipe!
Other Oreo recipes we love!
Oreo Smores (S'mOreos)
- 12 Double Stuffed Oreo Cookies
- 12 large marshmallows
- 12 thin squares Hershey’s chocolate bar
- Preheat the broiler with the rack in the second highest position.
- Twist the tops off the cookies. Arrange the cookie bottoms, cream-side up, on a baking sheet. Put a piece of chocolate on the cream filling and then top with a marshmallow, laying on its side (not upright.)
- Broil until the marshmallows are golden, about 30 seconds (watching closely so they don’t burn.)
- Sandwich each with the remaining cookie tops.
- Eat while they're melted and gooey!
- (These can, of course, also be made over a campfire!)