Give me s’more Pretzel S’mores!

So who has leftover marshmallows and random chocolate in their cupboards besides me?? Anyone? A summer filled with camping, campfiring, S’mores and an eternal supply of chocolate has brought us to this easy little recipe.

Somehow we ended up with a bag of square pretzels in our house. Pair that with always present chocolate chips and a tiny bag of marshmallows and wa-la…Pretzel S’mores.

This is a quick snack and uses up leftovers–i.e. Food That Mom Doesn’t Have To Eat

This recipe would also be amazing using Andes Candies, Mini-Reese Cups, Mini-Hershey Bars, Snickers Bar Bites, Caramel Rolos. The options are ENDLESS!

Here are the basics of what you’ll need: for every TWO SQUARE PRETZELS, you will need FOUR CHOCOLATE CHIPS (or the chocolate of your choosing,) and ONE QUARTER OF ONE LARGE MARSHMALLOW.

What to do: 

1. Preheat the oven to Broil. (500 degrees F)

2. Lay the pretzels in a single layer in a baking pan.

3. Top each pretzel with four chocolate chips.

4. Cut Marshmallows in half, then in half again (each marshmallow will make four pieces). *tip..spray your knife or scissors with cooking spray to eliminate the marshmallow sticking to the cutting utensils.DSC_0905 (1)5. Place in oven for 30-40 seconds. I kept the oven door open just a bit so I could see the progress of the marshmallows being toasted.

When the marshmallows look like this: ↓↓ They are done. Pull them from the oven.


6. Let cool just enough so you can touch them.

7. Flip a pretzel with just chocolate onto a pretzel with chocolate and a marshmallow and give it just a bit of a push down. Get all the goodness squished together.

8. Let them cool. Or eat them hot. Whatever makes you happy.


One comment

  1. These look so yummy. My family loves Indoor s’mores made with Golden Grahams cereal, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. Ohmygoodness!

    Hope y’all are well!


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