S'more Candy Bar




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Toasty marshmallow, melty chocolate, crispy graham crackers - what could be better? S'mores are always delicious, but it can be hard to satisfy your s'more craving if you're not near a campfire. In candy bar format you can always have some on hand to om nom nom.

Step 1: You'll Need. . .

Software (amounts are approximate):
  • 8 oz chocolate (milk, dark, whatever kind you like)
  • 1 1/2 graham crackers (you can also make your own graham crackers)
  • 4 tablespoons Marshmallow Fluff (or marshmallows if you can't find Fluff or other marshmallow cream in your area)

  • Large candy bar mold (this one used here but any other mold would work - you could also use a square baking pan if you prefer)
  • A kitchen torch like this one (optional, but toasted marshmallow is super delicious)
  • Microwave-safe bowl
  • Aluminum foil (optional - needed if roasting the Fluff)

Step 2: Fitting Grahams and Toasting Fluff

  1. Break up graham crackers to fit in an even layer in your mold. Try to make sure that there is a boarder around the edge where the graham crackers do not touch the mold. You can also use homemade graham crackers to make extra yummy bars

If you'll be toasting your marshmallow Fluff:
  1. Spoon out onto a piece of aluminum foil
  2. Using a kitchen torch, gently toast the top of the Fluff. Make sure to keep the torch moving so the Fluff doesn't burn
  3. Use a spoon to mix the toasted portion into the rest of the Fluff
  4. Toast again and mix
  5. Continue toasting and mixing until all the Fluff is a light, toasty brown color

Step 3: Chocolate Goodness

  1. Place the chocolate in the bowl and microwave for 30 seconds (if you don't have a microwave or don't want to use one, you can melt your chocolate in a bowl placed over a pot of gently simmering water)
  2. Stir and microwave again, continuing until the chocolate is melted completely
  3. Spoon approximately half of the chocolate into the mold and spread into the edges making sure to cover the sides of the mold
  4. Invert the mold over the bowl of remaining chocolate and allow the excess to pour back into the bowl (please see the video for a demonstration of this technique by the fantastic Jacques Torres)
  5. Place in the refrigerator or freezer to firm up (approximately 15 minutes in the freezer)

Step 4: Putting It Together

  1. Spoon the toasted Marshmallow Fluff into the chocolate shell and spread gently towards the edges
  2. Place graham cracker pieces on top of the fluff and press gently
  3. Spoon chocolate over the graham crackers and spread to the edges
  4. Tap mold on your work surface to eliminate any air pockets and even out the chocolate
  5. Place in the freezer or refrigerator for approximately 20 minutes or until fully solid

Step 5: Unmolding the Yum

  1. Put the mold upside-down on your work surface and press gently until the bar pops out
  2. Take a big bite or cut your bar apart and enjoy!

* Note: when cutting, the chocolate sometimes tends to crack a little since it's pretty thin. Heating your knife slightly with warm water (and then drying it before slicing) can help minimize this.



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    17 Discussions

    Marshmallow Fluff is a product available in the US (and I think also Canada, the UK, and other areas) usually found in the baking aisle of the grocery store. It appears to also be available online (at least in the US), but you could also substitute mini marshmallows if you can't find it.

    I hope that helps - please do let me know if you have other questions, and thanks!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I made these using a shortbread pan, the same chocolate as you, makeshift fluff from regular mini marshmallows and a bit of corn syrup, and graham crackers! They Turned out great, though there was a bit of trouble releasing them from the baking stone style pan (it broke), and the marshmallow fluff was not as fluffy and more sticky then normal. In the end they turned out delicious and unique though, thanks for the instructable!

    3 replies

    So sorry to hear your pan broke, glad to hear you enjoyed the bars though! If you decide to make them again and use a pan other than a thin plastic or silicone one intended for candy, I'd suggest lining it tightly with some plastic wrap or foil (not certain how well this would work, but it's a thought).

    Thanks so much for your comment!


    That sounds like a perfect solution! I should have done that!
    One issue that i had unrelated to the pan was that I have trouble getting the chocolate to stick to the sides. Did you even have to do that with your fancy candy mold? or was it not neccessary?

    I really should pick up one of those molds..

    Thanks for the response!


    I haven't had any problem with getting the chocolate to coat the mold I used (which actually was only $2) - it also released the bars very easily and cleanly which is nice.

    Thanks so much for your comments/questions!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Can you recommend a website or a store that might sell the molds? I know i have one but its burried deep in our attic and i dont want to bother digging it out.

    1 reply

    I used the one linked above (purchased from Amazon). There are several variations available there and most are pretty inexpensive.

    Happy Turtle

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I see you've also invented graham crackers. Have you tried your own crackers with this recipe. That would sound very tasty indeed.

    1 reply

    Actually making a bar right now using a homemade graham cracker - hopefully the taste test will go well once it's done!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    This looks HEAVENLY!! I wish I didn't eat all of the marshmallows. xD
    I need some chocolate too..

    Thank you so much for posting this!

    2 replies

    Thanks so much! I hope you'll give it a shot and that you'll enjoy it! It's slightly different from a classic s'more (since it's not warm), but it's still really delicious.

    No problem!
    This kind of reminds me of the old Willy Wonka chocolate bars without the marshmallow.

    But as soon as I get the chocolate and fluff I will be in S'more Candy bar heaven! :D