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S’mores Bark

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S’mores bark brings you all the flavors of classic s’mores in one delicious chocolate bark recipe. Milk chocolate, marshmallows, and even pieces of golden graham crackers. 

If you are a s’mores fan, check out even more delicious creations. Air Fryer s’mores pies are single-serve pies that meet all the incredible flavors you know and love in s’mores. S’mores mix is a fun sweet trail mix that is crunchy and sweet. 

S’mores Bark

Who says you need a roaring fire to have S’mores?! This S’mores Bark is so delicious it may become the only way you will eat your S’mores.

S’mores bark 

One of my best memories from childhood involves S’mores! I think many of us have great childhood memories involving S’mores.  In my house we love S’mores so much we don’t want to say Goodbye to them once the summer is over.  

How to Make

Step 1: Start by melting your chocolate in a container. You will spread the chocolate in an even layer. 

Step 2: Now that a couple scoops of marshmallow fluff and the swirl it into the chocolate with toothpick or knife. 

Step 3: Top your s’mores with mini marshmallows and even graham cracker pieces.

S’mores bark

Step 4: Allow the chocolate bark to harden and then once ready break into pieces and serve up your candy bark. 

Can I Use Semi Sweet Chocolate 

If you want  to use semi sweet your can swap. Just measure the same and create you dessert. 

The semi sweet will of course add some sweetness but feel free to reach for what you have or prefer. 

How to Melt Chocolate In Microwave or Instant Pot 

If you own an instant pot I highly suggest using your Instant Pot as a double boiler! Crazy simple, effective and easy. 

How To Use Your Instant Pot As A Double Boiler

Or if you don’t own an electric pressure cooker than you can do microwave version. 

In a microwave-safe container microwave candy melts at 50% power or the defrost setting on your microwave. Melt for one minute to start. Remove and stir. Place back in the microwave for additional 30 seconds at 50% power. Remove and stir. Continue to do this in 30 second intervals until smooth and creamy. Remember less is better. You can help melt some pieces that are still not fully melted by stirring with a spoon. You do not want to over microwave your chocolate.

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Storing Leftovers

You can store your s’mores bark in the refrigerator or even on the counter in a sealable bag. You only want to place it in a bag or container until fully cooled. 

In terms of freezing, you can freeze leftover bark. You will find the crackers can become a bit softer once thawed from being frozen. But the bark will still taste good. 

Can I Double Recipe

Planning to serve a crowd? Go right ahead and double the recipe for this s’mores candy bark. 

I have made extra and served it up for my kids friends and they sure gobble it right up. 

This chocolate bark is such an easy no bake dessert you can serve for literally anything and every occasion. 

Plus it is super tasty to nibble on through the week or pack in your child’s lunch as they head off to school. 

S’mores bark

Variations to S’mores Bark

  • Add in some white chocolate chips sprinkled on top or melt and drizzle over. 
  • Use rainbow marshmallows to add color. 
  • Consider melting some peanut butter chips to drizzle on top or place the chips on melted chocolate. 
  • Etc

There are a handful of ways you can serve and change up the recipe. I love the classic flavors of s’mores but feel free to get creative. Change it up to fit what you want. 

If you love decadent chocolate desserts then you need to try slow cooker lava cake.

S’mores bark

S’mores bark

S'mores Bark

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 Bag Milk Chocolate Morsels
  • 2 TBSP Fluff
  • Hersey Chocolate Bars seperated into smaller pieces
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • 4 Graham Crackers, crushed


  1. Melt chocolate morsels according to my melting chocolate directions above.
  2. Spread chocolate on top of parchment paper.
  3. Drop 2 heaping TBSP of Fluff into melted chocolate. Use the back of a butter knife to swirl the fluff into the chocolate.
  4. Immediately drop mini marshmallows, Hersey chocolate pieces and crushed graham crackers before chocolate dries. (the chocolate acts as your glue)
  5. Let chocolate completely harden before breaking into bite sized pieces.

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