This Peanut Butter S’mores Cookie Recipe May Be Your New Favorite
Yum! We’re drooling already!
The only thing we want to do during fall is sit by an open fire and roast marshmallows for s’mores, but unfortunately that’s just not practical for most of us. But just because you can’t quit your job and become a professional s’mores maker doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the goodness of melty marshmallow, crunchy graham cracker and warm chocolate.
In fact, this peanut butter s’mores cookie recipe allows you to enjoy those aspects of your favorite dessert and more, all without the need for an open flame. So, consider this your new go-to recipe when you’re craving some s’mores this season.
This recipe from Like Mother Like Daughter offers everything we love about s’mores — graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows — plus the addition of peanut butter. As if that wasn’t enough, it’s served up in cookie form.
To create the cookie base, you’ll blend brown sugar, peanut butter, graham cracker crumbs and other ingredients to yield the perfect bottom layer. From there, place and melt a marshmallow on top of the cookie, and while the marshmallow is still warm, press a Hershey’s kiss on top.
With a recipe like this on hand, you’ll almost forget that traditional s’mores exist.
If you’re looking for more s’mores recipes that don’t require a campfire, prepare to open your eyes to new ways to enjoy this classic treat.
For instance, this recipe for s’mores cobbler from Mostly Homemade Mom combines chocolate pudding, graham crackers and marshmallows to create s’mores so gooey you’ll need a bowl and a spoon to devour it:
Imagine being able to gobble up a s’more in one single bite. Well, this recipe for s’mores bark from A Kitchen Addiction will allow you to do just that. It’s got mini marshmallows, chocolate and graham cracker pieces sprinkled throughout, so you’re enjoying all three in any single bite, and mess-free, at that:
You may not have a fire pit, but you’ve got a stoce, so get ready to enjoy s’mores that are just as good as if they’d been made in the great outdoors. This skillet recipe from Country Cleaver uses chocolate, sweetened condensed milk and marshmallow fluff to make a rich s’mores treat in a dip you can enjoy indoors:
Who needs a fire when you’ve got recipes like this at your disposal? Get ready to enjoy s’mores in new and exciting ways as long as the cold weather lasts!