No Bake S'mores Cake





According to, the first printed S'mores recipe appeared in 1927 in the Girl Scout handbook called, Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts. Folklore tells us the name "S'mores" came about because everyone who tasted one asked for "some more". Chocolate was once a luxury item for the wealthy, but thanks to Milton Hershey, it became an affordable indulgence for all.


Gluten and sugar free options are available.

Children under the age of 10 must have adult supervision.


*All of the listed materials can be purchased at your local grocery store*

*Chill in Freezer overnight if desired.*

Approximate cost: $10 to $20.
1. 8x4 foil pan.

2. One box of Honey Gram™ Graham crackers.

3. One jar of Hersheys hot fudge topping™.

4. One jar marshmallow cream.

5. Two 1 cup measuring cups.

6. One ziplock bag.

7. Two butter knives.

Total Cook Time:

30 to 45 minutes

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Step 1: Place Four and a Half Graham Crackers in Pan.

Step 2: Empty Jar of Marshmallow Cream Into 1 Cup Measuring Cup.

Step 3: Spread Marshmallow Over Graham Crackers.

Step 4: Empty Jar of Hersheys Hot Fudge Topping ™ Into a 1 Cup Measuring Cup and Microwave for 20 Seconds.

Step 5: Pour a Tablespoon of Hersheys Hot Fudge Topping™ on the Graham Crackers With Marshmellow

Step 6: Spread Hersheys Hot Fudge Topping™ Over Marshmallow and Gram Crackers With a Knife.

Step 7: Layer With Graham Crackers.

Step 8: Spread Marshmallow Cream Over Graham Crackers With a Knife.

Step 9: Spread Hersheys Hot Fudge Topping™ Over Marshmallow and Gram Crackers With a Knife.

Step 10: Put Five Honey Gram™ Graham Crackers in a Zip-lock Bag and Crush Until Ground Into Powder.

Step 11: Sprinkle Over S’mores Cake.

Step 12: Serve and Enjoy!

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

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