Hot S’Mores Dip

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This Hot S'Mores Dip is a favorite! Ooey gooey chocolate & marshmallows takes about 5 minutes to prep and broil! Great as a quick dessert or snack!

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This is one of the simplest recipes to make, it takes just a few minutes but it’s so ooey gooey yummy!

The best part is the way the chocolate melts with the marshmallows making it extra rich and yummy!  Perfect to put out last minute because you can use ingredients you probably already have on hand!   This recipe was made by my teenaged daughter… (and eaten by me! LOL)  Soo yummy!  While I used graham crackers to serve along with this, crispy apples or other fruit would be great too!

You can use regular or mini marshmallows for this recipe (I find the mini marshmallows easier to measure) or the regular sized marshmallows.  I use milk chocolate chips but if you prefer, you can use semi-sweet.

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This Hot S'Mores Dip is a favorite! Ooey gooey chocolate & marshmallows takes about 5 minutes to prep and broil! Great as a quick dessert or snack!

 Items You’ll Need For This Recipe

* Marshmallows * Milk Chocolate Chips * Graham Crackers *

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Hot S’Mores Dip

This is one of the simplest recipes to make, it takes just a few minutes but it’s so ooey gooey yummy!

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Ingredients:

  • 1 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 2 cups marshmallows, divided
  • graham crackers for serving

Directions:

  1. Combine chocolate chips, milk and 1 1/2 cups of marshmallows in a sauce pan. Heat over medium low and stir until melted and smooth.
  2. Pour into an oven safe dish and top with remaining marshmallows.
  3. Broil 1 minute or just until marshmallows are lightly toasted.
  4. Serve warm with graham crackers.

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Note:  This recipe originally appeared on SpendWithPennies.com in December 2013.  The recipe and photograph have been updated (2015).

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This Hot S'Mores Dip is a favorite! Ooey gooey chocolate & marshmallows takes about 5 minutes to prep and broil! Great as a quick dessert or snack!

Holly

Holly is a wine and cheese lover, recipe creator, shopping enthusiast and self appointed foodie. Her greatest passion is creating in the kitchen and making deliciously comforting recipes for the everyday home cook!

15 comments on “Hot S’Mores Dip”

  1. I was just wondering if this would work for a party dip? It would need to stay warm for a few hours.
    Thank you

    • It would work for a party dip Patty. You’d need to find a way to keep it warm if that’s your preference. Enjoy!

  2. Good idea and it looks DELICIOUS!

  3. Just made it yesterday night! AWESOME! Huge success!
    Thank you!

  4. Holly,
    I’m thinking, If I added a bit more milk, would the chocolate not be as thick, then it would not break the cracker?

    Jennie, I would Not use already made Chocolate syrup, its full of High fructose Corn syrup and its basically All nasty types of sugars, and additives.

  5. I used little marshmallows and used chocolate syrup mixed with the milk and melted choc. this did not harden up like I tried it before. A lot easier and was a success!

  6. Would this recipe work if cooked in paper muffin cups in a muffin tin?

  7. This tasted really good, but the chocolate bit was really gooey-to the point it broke crackers and was hard to dip-imagine super long chocolate marshmallow strings… Maybe if this is served immediately while really hot it would be fine, but didn’t work too well to take to a party. Everyone loved the taste, so maybe next time I’ll leave out the marshmallow in the chocolate and add something else to keep it from setting as it cools.
    Definitely worth a second try in case the error was mine.

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