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  • 10-12 graham crackers
  • 1 large Hershey Bar with Almonds (6.8 oz)
  • 18-20 jumbo marshmallows
  • softened butter, for lining cast iron pan
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These Baked S’mores so fun! Great for a party, or any day for that matter. I have been wanting to try making S’mores in the oven for a long time, but was not certain how to approach. Cast iron has been my go to, so I thought, why not? These are super easy to prep and only take less than fifteen minutes to bake. So go ahead and grab a few graham crackers, jumbo marshmallows, and a big Hershey’s chocolate bar. Oh…the chocolate bar…you know how I like to do things a bit different…I went for the Hershey bar with almonds…and I am not mad about it at all! That extra bit of crunch sent these Baked S’mores over the top!

This would be a fun project with your children…they will love helping you make…and love even more the ooey, gooey goodness once they are finished. Keep in mind…these are messy…but a very fun messy!

a cast iron pan of baked s'mores

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Line a cast iron pan with a light layer of butter. I used this 12″ cast iron skillet from Lodge…click here to purchase. If you do not have a cast iron pan…please, please, please get one…it will change your life in the kitchen! Layer the graham crackers on the bottom. I just broke off pieces to fill any gaps.

Place the chocolate pieces on top of the graham crackers. Top with the marshmallows. Pack them in tightly.

Bake for about 12 to 15 minutes, or until the marshmallows brown. I did turn on the broiler for the last minute…only a minute…you do not want them to burn! While the s’mores are baking. Place two graham crackers in a storage bag and seal. Grab a rolling pin and smash until the crackers turn to a dust.

Remove s’mores from oven. Top with the graham cracker dust. Serve immediately or allow to cool just a bit. ENJOY!

Brownies are also amazing baked up in a cast iron pan! Click here!

brownies baked in a cast iron skillet

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