We’re helping you out with a little extra holiday indulgence before the New Year’s resolutions start rolling in with this Christmas cookie s’mores recipe!
The only thing better than putting a holiday spin on a well-loved recipe is when it also gives back to those not quite as fortunate, especially during the holidays!
We’ve teamed up with Seattle Chocolates (who’s donating a serving of food to someone in need for every chocolate bar sold!)
To put our spin on the classic s’mores with this Christmas cookie s’mores recipe that is SO GOOD.
Not that anything covered in melted Christmas cookie chocolate could be bad, but you know.
I also got a little frisky with my truffle bar choices and tried out a hot buttered rum s’more too.
But I’ll ease you into this sugary delight gently…
Ingredients Needed to Make Christmas Cookie S’mores
Sugar cookies — I used this peppermint sugar cookie recipe!
You can make this just like your tried and true s’mores staples, with the only difference being this time, we’re sandwiching them between peppermint sugar cookies with Christmas cookie chocolates.
Depending on how dedicated you like to be to this whole holiday thing, you can roast marshmallows on an open fire the traditional way.
Or you can grill the whole sandwich in the oven wrapped in tin foil for some gooey deliciousness too!
If you’re feeling a little adventurous with your chocolate choices, you can try the hot buttered rum s’more too!
Make it the same way as the sugar cookie version, but use shortbread cookies and the hot buttered rum truffle bar instead.
Why You Should Serve S’more Slightly Warm
There are a few reasons why you might want to serve your Christmas smores slightly warm.
First, the chocolate will be easier to spread if it’s slightly melted.
Second, the marshmallows will be gooier and more delicious if they’re warmed up. Lastly, it’ll just taste better overall!
So next time you make s’moressmores, make sure to give them a quick blast in the microwave before serving.
Your taste buds will thank you!
S’mores are the ultimate classic use of marshmallows!
And if you guys love this sugary treat as much as we do, feel free to share it!
Seattle Chocolates is donating a serving of food for every post or share using #chocolategives through the end of the year.
They’ve already provided 687,000 servings so far! Now that’s what they mean when discussing holiday gifts, am I right?
Of course, I’m also just trying to help you guys out with a little extra holiday indulgence before the New Year’s resolutions start rolling around.
We have another s’more party coming at you soon, so be sure to let us know some of your favorite versions to try out before then!
More Christmas Holiday Treats Recipes
- Gingerbread House Template – DIY Camper Gingerbread House + Recipe
- Cinnamon Churros with Chili Chocolate Recipe
- Hot Chocolate Drink – Candy Cane Affogato Recipe
- One-Sided Holiday Cookie and Sprinkle S’mores
Christmas Cookie S’mores Recipe
- Tin Foil
- Lay the peppermint sugar cookie on a plate.
- Top it with the chocolate christmas cookie truffle bars, then the marshmallow
- Depending on how dedicated you like to be to this whole holiday thing, you can roast marshmallows on an open fire the traditional way.Or you can grill the whole sandwich in the oven wrapped in tin foil
Don’t forget to share your Chrismast cookie s’mores with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves. We always love seeing all of your creations! Looking for more quick and delicious recipes? You can find them all right here with a few bites to go along with them!
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