S’mores Cups

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s’mores cookies and s’mores cupcakes!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!Before the evolution of pinterest it seemed like there was only one thing to do with graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate – make s’mores!

But now there is like 1,001 things to do with those 3 ingredients and a lot of the recipes now don’t actually call for a fire pit. We’re learning to cook up s’mores in different ways!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!For this recipe we’re sticking to the three key ingredients and adding a little butter and sugar for the sake of baking chemistry! Without the butter and sugar the graham cracker crumbs wouldn’t stick together and would essentially be crumbs :)

If you’re looking for an indoor s’more recipe that is easy and fast to make AND can feed a crowd – scroll down and get that recipe girl!

I had a little trouble naming this recipe – they are basically s’mores made in a muffin pan.

S’more muffin pan cups, s’more muffin tops …. s’more bites would be the most logical name, however we already have a recipe on the site called that!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!So drumroll……….. s’mores cups!

These s’more cups are made in a regular sized muffin pan and it’s all about layering.

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!Step 1 – add graham cracker crumbs in each well, pressing them down firmly into the pan. I like to use a 1/2 cup or something similar to help me compact the crumbs. Bake that first layer for 5 minutes.

Step 2 – add mini marshmallows and chocolate chips. Measuring is not crucial! Add as many or as few as you’d like. Then add another layer of graham cracker crumbs on top of the marshmallows and chocolate chips. Use a cup to press the crumbs down firmly. Bake for 4 minutes.

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!Step 3 – add more marshmallows and chocolate chips and turn the oven to broil to toast the marshmallows until golden.

step 4 – allow the s’more cups to cool for 15 minutes before removing them from the pan. I found it easiest to use a small metal offset spatula around the outside of each s’mores cup to loosen any melted on marshmallow. I then used a spoon to remove the cups from the pan.

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!Once you have the s’more cups removed from the muffin pan you could heat them up in the oven on a baking sheet before serving or serve them at room temperature. Warning! They are messy and crumbly but delicious!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!

S'mores Cups

Yield: 12 s'mores cups

Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 1 stick butter, melted
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • chocolate chips
  • mini marshmallows

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350º F. Lightly spray a regular sized muffin pan with non-stick cooking spray. In a medium sized mixing bowl, combine the graham cracker crumbs, melted butter and sugar. Stir until well mixed and crumbs resemble wet sand. Place 1 & 1/2 to 2 tablespoons of graham cracker crumbs in each muffin well. Press them down firmly into the pan. I like to use a 1/2 cup or something similar to help me compact the crumbs. Bake that first layer for 5 minutes.
  2. Remove the pan from the oven and add add mini marshmallows and chocolate chips to each muffin well. Measuring is not crucial! Add as many or as few as you’d like. Then add another layer of graham cracker crumbs (1 & 1/2 to 2 tablespoons again) on top of the marshmallows and chocolate chips. Use a cup to press the crumbs down firmly. Bake for 4 minutes.
  3. Remove the pan from the oven and add more mini marshmallows and chocolate chips. Place them pan back in the oven, turn the oven to broil to toast the marshmallows until golden, 2-3 minutes. Leave the oven door open partially so you can see how toasty the marshmallows are getting.
  4. Remove the pan from the oven and allow the s’mores cups to cool for 15 minutes before removing them from the pan. I found it easiest to use a small metal offset spatula around the outside of each s’mores cup to loosen any melted on marshmallow. I then used a spoon to remove the cups from the pan. Once you have the s’mores cups removed from the muffin pan you could heat them up in the oven on a baking sheet before serving or serve them at room temperature. Warning! They are messy and crumbly but delicious!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!

5 ingredient indoor S’mores Cups! Make these in a regular muffin pan. Like a cross between s'mores cookies and s'mores cupcakes!

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31 comments

  1. Love S’mores and these look wonderful! Can’t wait to try them. The pictures are so clear, can I just reach out and grab one?

  2. I would love to try and make them, but the measurements are a bit difficult for me (if live in de Netherlands) do you have them by any chance in grams? Thanx a lot!

  3. They were very crumbly.  I made them to bring to a potluck and I worry that they are going to fall apart in our hands.  Not a good buffet dessert, better to serve at home in a small
    dish.

    • Hi Lois! Did you press the graham cracker crumbs into the pan really well? That is key!

  4. Have you tried making these with muffin liners so it stays together better? I want to bring them to a party but I’m a bit worried about the crumbling too

  5. Very crumbly!  I am going to use more butter and see how it turns out.  My boys loved them though!

  6. Hi do you know what the equivalent to Graham Crackers is here in England ?  Is looks in the picture like a biscuit maybe a digestive ? 

    • I think a digestive would work. Make sure to make them super-fine. Once you add butter & sugar, it will taste the same.

  7. I love these it will be fun making them.

  8. Could we use cupcake liners for this?

  9. How would you store these? Refrig or in tupawear?

  10. I’m sure it tastes delicious for sure as the picture. So My inspiring :)

  11. I am not familiar with the term “Stick of butter” , do you have that measurement in Cups?

  12. Love this idea! I was thinking about trying these for a Valentine’s Day party. Any thoughts on adding color to this? Maybe the white, pink, red morsels or colored marsh mellows? 

  13. Per the written instructions, you would need two batches of the sugar/cracker/butter mix but that is not actually mentioned until the third step. Poorly written and too messy.

    • Hi Katie, you don’t need two batches. I list how much to put in the bottom layer and how much to put in the second layer – the total amount of graham crackers is listed in the recipe section.

  14. OH EMM GEE!! OMG. I made these tonight. SO FRIGGIN GOOD!!! I didn’t have 2 cups of the crumbs, close, but it was about 1 1.2-1 3/4 cup of crumbs and i used an extra TBSP of butter (I read the comments about it falling apart so i added a bit more) THEY WERE PERFECT! Made sure i pressed them down real good and I let them cool for the full 15 min before taking them out of the pan. They were insane. Thank you for sharing this recipe!!! 

  15. This recipe was amazing Katie, I don’t know what your talking about!

  16. What temperature do you cook them in?

  17. I followed directions exactly and they completely crumbled. Baked to take to a gathering. Very disappointed.

  18. How far in advance can you make these?

  19. I agree this recipe is very crumbly but a good flavor. It does need a little more butter in the base to hold it together i think. Ive worked in a bakery for yrs so im familiar with how to pack crumbs in tin correctly. Will try again tweeking recipe bc theyre to messy to serve at a party. May even try in a mini pan.

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