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Campfire Meets Cookie: Let's Make S'moreos!

Have you ever found yourself, mid-s'more, feeling like maybe, just maybe...something is missing?

You're not alone, buddy. But the matter has been given much thought, and a conclusion has been reached: that missing thing is cream filling, and the solution can be found with a certain famous sandwich cookie.

It's time to make S'moreos!

When s'mores meet Oreos, magic--in the form of an oozy, creamy, unapologetically sweet treat--ensues. Basically, you won't be able to believe you've lived this long without them.

CakeSpy Note: I made mine in the microwave, as I am not an outdoorsy type; however, if there is a campfire handy, feel free to make yours using toasted marshmallows.

Hershey's Chocolate BarOreos
You'll need:

  • Either one, or two (depending on how decadent you feel) Oreos--Double Stuf optional
  • half a jumbo marshmallow per s'moreo (a whole one was just too big)
  • 2 rectangles from a regular sized Hershey bar

With One Oreo: If you've elected to use just one Oreo, twist it apart so that the top and bottom are separate. Face the filled side up, and put the chocolate squares on top, then layer the marshmallow half, then top it off with the remaining Oreo half. Put in the microwave at high for approximately 15-20 seconds. The marshmallow may rise and cause the top half of the Oreo to fall off; this is ok. Simply place it back on top upon removing from the microwave, and enjoy immediately.


With Two Oreos: If you're going for the double Oreo version (good decision), repeat the same steps as above, simply using a whole Oreo for the top and bottom. It may take a few more seconds in the microwave, but it's oh so worth it.



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Reader Comments (50)

oh my goodness this I have to try!

June 25 | Unregistered CommenterPieceful Bits

Holy smokes, this looks so good! I think these will make a perfect snack while watching True Blood on Sunday night.

My ohhhh my!!! Can you say YuM-O

Too bad there is no such thing as "taste-a-net"!

I've been following your blog for awhile now, but have never commented until now! These babies brought me out!!! Ha!

They look sooooo gooood! Makes me want to go out NOW and get the things to make them! TFS :)

June 25 | Unregistered CommenterYvette

oh my goodness--i can't even believe it! i think i will try it now (hubs' best friend works for nabisco=cabinets full of free cookies!)

June 25 | Unregistered Commentersarahe

That takes care of my least favorite part of smores! I've never been a fan of graham crackers (although I suppose I could always use those new-fangled chocolate grahams...)-way to one up the smore!

June 25 | Unregistered Commenterxstarnostarsx

Mmm, you just made the people at Kraft kitchens very happy. Or possibly jealous.

June 25 | Unregistered Commenterchou

Yummy! Anything sandwiched between an Oreo has to be decadent.

June 25 | Unregistered Commenternutmegnanny

that's one intense cookie sandwich right there. i like the picture with the melty marshmallow. mmmm.

June 25 | Unregistered Commenterveggievixen

wow! I need to try this. Damn trying to eat healthy, I'm gonna have to cheat

June 25 | Unregistered CommenterJaymie

How about doing that with a double-stuff Oreo! Yikes! I am all over this treat this weekend with the kids! Perfect. Just perfect!


You have just invented the most important and innovative food creation of 2009. Congratulations!

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterLauren

omg this is basically heaven!! It's 10 a.m. and I want it now!


Oh, you don't have to be the outdoorsy type to have toasted marshmallows! I toast marshmallows for s'mores on my stove - my electric stove. Just turn it up to high and break out the skewers. Works like a charm, and then you get the nice crackly outside!

June 26 | Unregistered Commenterannsy

Wow, those look awesome! Peanut butter is another great way to give a s'more that extra punch of deliciousness.

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterSara

Imagine the possibilities...

Nutter Butter s'mores
vanilla s'moreos
mint chocolate s'moreos

oh the ideas are endless. Definitely going to try this.

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterJen

My daughters and their friends are really into having campouts this summer...I think I will have to show this to them.

Although I realize it's practically un-American, I'm not a huge Oreo fan. These, however, could vault them up to a new status for me! :-)

Brilliant idea.

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterMaura

Holy Moses! Yuuuuuuuum!

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterMcRiguez

I can make S'mores in the microwave? THANK YOU for teaching me this, although my rear end will probably be cursing you in a few days' time.

S'moreos...awesome, I'm totally going to veganise this!

I incredibly wish that I had Oreos around the house right now...

WOW! Improving an American classic! :)

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterSue Sparks

I have died and gone to heaven!

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterJann

"JUST SAY NOREO!" Are you kidding me? I'd be ALL OVER this like syrup on a pancake! Crazy, yes...but in the best possible way! Kids, get your blood sugar meters and the marshmallows! ;)

June 26 | Unregistered CommenterUncle Beefy
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