This S’mores Dip is as rich and gooey as your favorite campfire treat but it’s easy to make in the oven! In less than 15 minutes, you’ll have all the chocolate and marshmallow goodness you know and love from making S’mores.
You don’t need a fire pit or camping trip to make these S’mores!
We originally made this Smores Dip recipe in April 2016. The recipe was recreated and new photos were added in June 2020.
SMORES DIP RECIPE
If you’re craving that perfect combination of chocolate and marshmallow, making Smores dip in the oven! You can make it anytime! It’s perfect for family movie night or larger gatherings because it takes less than 15 minutes from start to finish.
Baked Smores Dip has everything you know from the classic treat – chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers. We usually use graham crackers as our dippers but you can treat this almost like fondue and use food like strawberries or vanilla wafers as dippers!
Oh, and it’s okay to eat some with a spoon too! I’ve done it!
HOW TO MAKE S’MORES DIP
This 3 ingredient S’mores dip is really simple when it comes to the ingredients. You’ll need:
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- Marshmallows (large or mini)
- Graham crackers or other dippers
- Stoneware baking dish or iron skillet (needs to be oven safe)
Specific measurements for ingredients will vary depending on the size of your baking dish. I usually buy one bag of chocolate chips and a large bag of marshmallows. I don’t use them all so I would have enough to make a larger dish.
When you’re baking smores in the oven, it’s almost good to think of it like making a smores casserole. You’ll need a dish that you might use to make a casserole. And you want it to be on the smaller side unless you’re feeding a big crowd!
CorningWare French White 1-1/2-Quart Covered Round Dish with Glass TopVictoria Cast Iron 8Pyrex Basics Clear Oblong Glass Baking Dishes, 2 Piece Value Plus Pack Set
MAKING BAKED S’MORES DIP
Preheat the oven and then get out your baking dish.
Pour a layer of chocolate chips into the dish. You want to cover the bottom of the dish entirely but don’t make the chocolate layer too thick.
If you’re using large marshmallows, cut them in half and cover the chocolate later with marshmallow halves. (We used large marshmallows in the original creation of this recipe.)
If you’re using mini marshmallows, spread them in a layer over the chocolate chips.
Put the baking dish in the oven for 7-10 minutes. You want to watch after 5-6 minutes and take the dip out of the oven once the marshmallows are toasted on top.
Take the dip out of the oven and serve warm with graham crackers or other dippers.
Need a fun summer treat but don’t want to set up the fire pit? Make these Smores in the oven tonight! (And let’s be honest, this Smores Dip recipe is good any time of the year and we’ve been known to enjoy it even when it’s not summer. I’m not gonna lie!)
If you’re a fan of S’mores, you might like our other S’mores recipes too!
- 1 bag Milk Chocolate Chips
- 1 bag marshmallows (large or mini)
- Graham crackers
- Heat oven to 450°F.
- Pour a layer of chocolate chips into a baking dish. Cover the bottom of the dish but do not make the layer too deep.
- LARGE MARSHMALLOWS: Cut the large marshmallows in half and cover chocolate chips with them.MINI MARSHMALLOWS: Place one layer of mini marshmallows on top of the chocolate chips.
- Place dish into the oven for 8-10 minutes and bake until marshmallows are toasted on top.
- Remove from oven and serve with graham crackers.
Love this easy Smores recipe. I’d love to make this for a party. How do you keep it warm so the chocolate doesn’t get too hard? Any suggestions?
If we want to keep it warm because it’s not getting eaten right away, I usually use our Crockpot dip warmer or our regular Crockpot on low. You can actually use the Crock of your Crockpot in the oven to bake in too! Then put it back in the Crockpot to keep it warm!
Rachel P says
Do you line the dish with anything first? We had issues with the chocolate sticking really bad in the glass Pyrex dish we used.
I did not. I wonder if it’s the glass dish. I think I’ll try making it in mine and let you know what happens.