Eats // S’mores bark


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I hope everyone had a lovely, long 4th of July weekend! Some of my fondest memories growing up were having 4th of July bonfires and fireworks at my Dad’s house. S’mores were always must, but getting my Dad to let us play with fire once the holiday was over was a different story (parents, ya know?!). Alas, I’ve now spent my adult life on a long journey to continuously revive my inner child through crafts and overly sugary recipes, and now I present to you s’mores bark…

Because we all know the world needs another quick way to make a decent s’more, this recipe includes all of the ingredients you’d normally have to use four hands to finagle into one little piece of bark. All you have to do is add the graham cracker buns on each end a quick sit in the microwave for an impromptu sugar party of your very own (sans the fire). All of you city kids out there can thank me later.


  • 1 16oz. bag of white chocolate chips
  • 1 16oz. bag of milk (or dark) chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles (always non-optional)
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Graham crackers
  • Wax paper

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First, line a casserole pan with wax paper. Next, melt the chocolate chips and pour them into the pan and let cool completely.

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Now melt the white chocolate chips and pour over the cooled milk chocolate layer, and sprinkle with marshmallows and sprinkles while still soft, then let cool completely.

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Remove the wax paper from the pan and gently break pieces of the chocolate away to form the bark.

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Now all you need are a few graham cracker pieces, a microwave, and half a reason to need a snack break and you’ve got yourself a quick s’more. Or can be friendly and make little s’mores bark kits for the neighbors!

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10 thoughts on “Eats // S’mores bark

  1. jewel7013

    ooh look at these…who doesnt love smores and look at the chocolate oozing out of the graham cracker… love the catchy name and i need little reason to fill my tummy with a snack :)

  2. Yelle

    oh these look so pretty and deliciously sweet! they remind me of the funfetti box mix with the white topped with the sprinkles, but i bet tastes 100 times better!

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