S’mores Pie

S'mores Pie Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com The king of all S'mores!

I am not a camper. I’ve only been twice in my life and one night was enough both times. I quickly discovered that I love and need a bed, bathroom, and kitchen. I do like the whole “sit around the campfire and eat S’mores idea”, but not enough to go camping. But guess what, I don’t have to sleep on the hard ground and pee in the woods to enjoy S’mores. I recently made a S’mores Pie in the comfort of my own kitchen and it is insanely delicious! Traditional S’mores are good, but this S’mores Pie is GOOOOOOD!

S'mores Pie on twopeasandtheirpod.com This easy pie is always a favorite dessert!

S'mores Pie Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com Ooey, gooey, and divine dessert!

Don’t be scared by the word pie, you don’t have to make a flaky pie crust for this pie. This pie is more like a cookie. The cookie crust is easy to make, and in my opinion, it is much better than pie crust. You know I am all about the cookies🙂 The dough has crushed graham crackers inside which gives it the perfect S’mores flavor.

S'mores Pie Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com S'mores heaven! #recipe #dessert

The crust is topped with marshmallow creme, Hershey chocolate bars, and mini marshmallows. More crust goes on top, along with chocolate chips. I love a double crusted pie! The crust sandwiches in the marshmallows and chocolate, just like a traditional S’more!

Easy S'mores Pie Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com #recipe

This S’mores Pie is ooey, gooey, and so rich! If you are a S’mores fan, you have to make this pie. It is the king of all S’mores! And remember, you don’t even have to go camping to enjoy this S’mores Pie. And if camping is your thing, good for you. You can still make this S’mores Pie before you head out on your camping trip. Pass pieces of pie around the campfire and sing Kumbaya! Be careful though, the bears are going to smell this pie and want a piece!

For step-by-step photos and for the S’mores Pie recipe, visit Tasty Kitchen. Thanks Tonya for sharing your recipe!

Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. I agree with you wholeheartedly about the camping thing! I can definitely do without that. This S’mores Pie looks so ooey, gooey chocolately good! I’m going to give this a try.

  2. Oh yum Maria! I am a camper but we have a trailer so I do have my bed, bathroom, and kitchen with us. In fact, were going to the coast next week. I’ll have to whip this up for my campers! Wont they be surprised!

  3. I too have been camping for only one night, twice and it was the lack of a shower that did me in. Also, all the dirt and bugs. Not into it.

    I AM into eating s’mores pie on my comfy couch! This looks so gooey delicious!

  4. Just made this tonight- I only had the big marshmallows and thought I could just improvise. Needless to say, my pie expanded MAJORLY, spilled onto the oven, and actually lit my oven on fire lol. But it was delicious!!

  5. Haha I’m completely with you on the camping! I need a bed too! I think I’ve only been two or three times and once it was so cold, even with 6 layers, a sleeping bag and a duvet I was still shivering – not fun! But since I can make this at home, I will, because I love S’mores!

  6. Oh my husband says he is so there with you having had plenty of camping in his Boy Scout days he says it is highly overrated. The S’mores on the other hand are so good but with this there is every reason to stay in the kitchen and try and forget the cold hard ground and the back ache that was always sure to go with it. This one I pinned as I thought my pin group should have a shot at it, thanks.

    Christine

  7. Hello! My name is Jess, and I run a food blog called Floptimism where every week I write a post called “Weekend Wrap Up.” Basically, it’s where I highlight some of my favorite web finds from the past week to share with my readers. I loved this recipe idea and blog post so much that I featured it on this week’s wrap-up, and wanted to let you know. Thank you for such a great recipe! I’ve included the link below in case you’re interested. I hope you had a great weekend!

    http://floptimism.blogspot.com/2013/07/weekend-wrap-up-short-sweet.html

  8. I forgot to say that my husband and I joke that our idea of camping is parking the RV in the hotel lot while we stay at the hotel 🙂

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  13. Made this for Thanksgiving and it was a huge hit! I didn’t get to eat any of it though as it went fast! I’m making two more tomorrow for a family gathering-by popular demand. 🙂 Thank you!!

  14. This looks absolutely decadent! The ooier and gooier the better I say! I like the idea of bars vs. pie although pie would be nice to serve company. Someone mentioned freezing it – how has that worked out? I am just one person and usually give away large portions of the goodies I bake but I don’t think I will want to give these away! Yummy – YES! Camping? Not so much. I will count this as camping if anyone asks! I mean how much more quintessential is camping than S’MORES?

  15. This pie looks amazing, I am planning to bake it tonight, I was just wondering if it asks for 1 stick of butter or two? and also, can it be served cold? I want to bring it to my work tomorrow but we do not have an oven at the office. thank you

  16. I’ve made this recipe, & it is a hit! Unfortunately I didn’t write it down, & I’m needing to make it now but the Tasty Kitchen site is down. Any chance you could post the recipe please?

  17. AMEN SISTA! You left out “smelling like campfire” in your list of “sleep in ground, pee in woods” 😉
    I’m going to make this pie. 

  18. This recipe is AMAZING!! I’ve made it at least 10 times and every time it was an even greater hit than the next! I brought it to school for pi day, made it for family dinner, made it for the holidays, for a midnight snack etc! Every single time everyone asks for the recipe! Thank you so much!

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