How to make s’mores dip: An easy recipe that’s such a fun treat! Chocolate & marshmallows, toasted in the oven & scooped onto graham crackers. Yum!

Dipping a graham cracker into s'mores dip baked in a skillet.

Hey hey, summer is in full swing!

You know what that means? That means we are all about easy recipes where you barely even need to turn the oven on. Ya gotta love ’em!

I’ve got tons to choose from, but some of my favorites include this easy chocolate mousse, this chilled crab dip recipe, and this key lime pie. And there are tons more on my “No-Bake” category page!

But today we are all about the s’mores dip.

Have you ever had it? Omg I adore it!

It’s got everything you already know and love about s’mores. Melty chocolate, gooey toasted marshmallows, and crunchy graham crackers. In dip form! Yassss!

You’re going to love how easy it is to make this s’mores dip recipe. You don’t even need a campfire! It only takes about 5 or 10 minutes to make, and doesn’t it make such a gorgeous presentation for a party or potluck?

Overhead image of s'mores dip with graham crackers, pretzels, and fresh strawberries, with a text overlay that reads "How to Make S'mores Dip."


S’mores dip is a quick and easy way for a whole crowd to enjoy s’mores all at once. It takes just a few minutes to whip up in the oven.

It’s got layers of melty milk chocolate and toasted marshmallow, and you can just scoop it right onto a graham cracker, or any other kind of dipper!


This recipe is so easy, it’s practically foolproof!

Start by placing a layer of chocolate in the bottom of your dish. You can use chocolate chips OR chocolate bars broken into smaller pieces.

Milk chocolate bars, broken into small pieces and scattered in the bottom of an iron skillet.

I like milk chocolate best, but you could substitute semi-sweet, bittersweet, or white chocolate if you’d like.

Scatter the chocolate into an even layer at the bottom of the baking dish.

Then, place the marshmallows on top. Feel free to use whatever you have on hand: mini marshmallows, jumbo marshmallows, or regular marshmallows.

Chocolate pieces in a skillet with marshmallows layered on top.

Don’t be afraid to really wedge them in tight!

Next just slide this into a preheated 425 degree (F) oven. After around 5 minutes, the marshmallows will be toasty and brown on top, and the chocolate underneath will be gooey and melted.

Serve it hot from the oven, surrounded with dippers. Graham crackers are the most traditional, but I like fresh strawberries and pretzel crisps too.

And I think peanut butter cookies or Oreos would also be a great choice!

If you live in an area where you can’t get graham crackers, try making them yourself with this recipe: Homemade Graham Crackers. Or, Biscoff cookies or Maria cookies would make a great substitute.


You can definitely make this in the microwave. There are just a couple of things to keep in mind:

  1. You’ll need to use a microwave-safe dish.
  2. You won’t get the crispy brown tops on your marshmallows. The will get gooey and melty, they just won’t be toasty.

If you choose to do it this way, microwave just the chocolate first, in 30-second increments until it’s mostly melted.

Then add the marshmallows and microwave again, just until they start to puff up. (If you microwave them too long, the marshmallows will get hard and chewy.)

And dive in!

Close up image of s'mores dip with melted chocolate, toasted marshmallows, and graham crackers.


I like using a cast-iron skillet for this recipe because it really holds the heat in for a long time. The chocolate stays melty and the marshmallows stay gooey, and that is just how it’s meant to be enjoyed.

If you don’t have a skillet, click here to buy one: 8-inch Cast-Iron Skillet. It will be a fantastic addition to your kitchen! So useful for so many different things.

Or you can use whatever kind of baking dish you have on hand- as long as it’s oven safe! The ingredient quantities listed in the recipe card below are based on an 8-inch round dish, so if your pan is smaller or larger, you may have to adjust accordingly.

You could even make individual s’mores dip in ramekins! How fun and cute!


If your chocolate gets too firm and your marshmallows lose their gooey-ness, just pop the pan back into a hot oven for a few minutes, to get it warmed back up.

All fixed!

S'mores dip made in the oven with in a skillet, surrounded by various dippers.

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Dipping a graham cracker into s'mores dip baked in a skillet.
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S'mores Dip

Servings: 12
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
How to make s'mores dip: An easy recipe that's such a fun treat! Chocolate & marshmallows, toasted in the oven & scooped onto graham crackers. Yum!


  • 2 cups (350 g) milk chocolate , (chips OR about 6 full-size bars, broken into small pieces)
  • 8 ounces (226.8 g) marshmallows, , approx. (about half a bag)
  • assorted dippers, such as graham crackers, fresh fruit, pretzels, and/or cookies


  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
  • Scatter the chocolate in an even layer over the bottom of an oven-safe baking dish or skillet.
  • Arrange the marshmallows in an even layer on top of the chocolate.
  • Bake until the marshmallows are puffy and golden brown, and the chocolate is melted (about 5 to 7 minutes).
  • Serve warm from the oven, with graham crackers and/or an assortment of dippers.


To make your own graham crackers, click here: Homemade Graham Crackers.
To make your own marshmallows, click here: Marshmallow Recipe.
Calories: 208kcal, Carbohydrates: 33g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 10g, Saturated Fat: 6g, Sodium: 20mg, Potassium: 85mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 26g, Calcium: 7mg, Iron: 1mg
Cuisine: American
Course: Dessert, Snack
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