Indoor S’mores – 3 Ways!

My husband and I went out to eat recently, and for dessert, we were served s’mores. It was so much fun roasting marshmallows at our table, getting our fingers sticky, and dropping crumbs everywhere. We were laughing the whole time!

I decided to try my hand at making s’mores at home, too. Indoor s’mores are super easy to make and are perfect for serving at a party or just on a snowy night at home with the family.

Indoor S'mores: 3 Ways | Hello Little HomeIndoor S’mores – 3 Ways

Ingredients

  • marshmallows
  • graham crackers
  • Reese’s peanut butter cups
  • dark or milk chocolate candy bar (I used Lindt 85% Cocoa Extra Dark)
  • chocolate and salted caramel candy bar (I used Ghirardelli Dark & Sea Salt Caramel)
  • skewers for roasting marshmallows

Indoor s’mores are pretty self-explanatory to make. You will need a flame. I used a gas stove burner, but you could also roast your marshmallows in a fireplace or over a sterno fuel can or a mini hibachi (affiliate links*). The restaurant we ate at used a mini hibachi.

On to the fun … place your marshmallow on your skewer (we used bamboo, but metal would be better) and roast over your flame. For a gas burner, use medium-low heat.

Roasting Marshmallow on Stove for Indoor S'mores | Hello Little HomeI like my marshmallows pretty well done (burnt is best!), but cook yours however you like.

When the marshmallow is cooked, sandwich it between graham crackers with your favorite chocolate. We used peanut butter cups, dark chocolate, and a salted caramel chocolate bar. Yum!

Making Indoor S'mores | Hello Little HomeTo make your chocolate extra gooey, stick it on a graham cracker and pop it in the microwave for 10-20 seconds before adding the marshmallow. Mmm …

Indoor S'mores | Hello Little HomeEating Indoor S'mores | Hello Little HomeIndoor S'mores - 3 Ways | Hello Little HomeThe peanut butter cup s’more was my favorite, but all were great. I think I will serve these the next time I have a party. How much fun would that be?

How do you like your marshmallows: perfectly golden or a little charred?

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29 thoughts on “Indoor S’mores – 3 Ways!

  1. Alex

    I am so going to make smores on my stove now- what a great idea! I never would have thought of that. Also, smores with peanut butter cups… yum!

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  2. Carrie This Home

    This looks like such a fun dessert option! We don’t have a gas stove (I wish we did) so we’ll have to make them in the microwave. We will be staying in on Valentine’s Day and this looks like the perfect dessert for a night in!

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    1. Ginnie at Hello Little Home Post author

      Ah … the gas stove is one of the things I love about my apartment. When I lived in San Francisco we didn’t have one, so I’m really appreciating it now:) You could always microwave the marshmallows – anything for a s’more, right?

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