S’more Krispy Treats

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Even though these don’t have rice krispies in them, that’s what they remind me of so that’s what I am going to call them. They are so good and such a yummy way to have a S’more!  My mom serves these as after school snacks and everybody LOVES them!

S'more Treats from chef-in-training.com …These bars are AMAZING! Everything you love about s'mores wrapped up into a delicious gooey no bake bar!

4.0 from 2 reviews
S'more Krispy Treats
These S'mores bars are incredible! So easy to make and completely delicious!
Recipe type: Dessert
  • ¼ cup butter
  • 1 (10 oz) bag regular marshmallows
  • 1 box of Golden Graham cereal
  • 1-2 cups Chocolate Chips
  1. In a large sauce pan, melt butter over medium heat.  Add marshmallows and keep stirring until the marshmallows completely melt and you get a marshmallow sauce.  Remove from heat.
  2. Add Golden Grahams and stir until they are all well coated.  You can chose to crush some up before adding them if you want some smaller pieces.  Next stir in chocolate chips.
  3. Grease a 9x13 pan and press S'mores down evenly in pan. Let cool.
It is best to use frozen chocolate chips so they hold their shape better. Room temperature chocolate chips will still work, they will just melt. Delicious either way!


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  1. These look soooo good! My kids will LOVE them!I'm hosting a link party and I would love it if you would drop by Jane Deere and link up to Fusion Fridays with your favorite or most recent recipes, handmade crafts, diy projects, tips & tricks, and how to's! { open through Wednesday! }http://janedeereblog.blogspot.com

  2. Oh my goodness!!! Okay, it's no secret that I'm completely in love with any and all kinds of cereal treats, but my aunt used to make something like this with Golden Grahams when we were kids. I had completely forgotten about them! YUM!!!!

      • Victoria

        I froze my chocolate chips and stirred them into the mixture after I removed it from heat, they still melted :( :( :( now it’s like I made a chocolate marshmallow mixture and just stirred in the cereal. I went ahead and topped the treated with chocolate chips and a few marshmallows after, but it’s not the same. I’m bummed.

  3. Handmade by Hilani

    What a WONDERFUL recipe! I can't wait to make these! I just added it to my sweets, fav recipes on my blog. :)

  4. Made these, LOVE THEM!!!!! I was craving smores and found this recipe and was very happy with how quick and easy they were, not to mention SO TASTY!!!!

  5. I too couldn't do it without the chocolate chips melting. It looks like a mess, but I think it will still taste good. Not sure what I did wrong. Followed directions step by step.

  6. For those who had problems with the chocolate chips melting…..I waited about ten minutes after stirring the marshmallows into the cereal before adding the chips. I also put my chocolate chips in the freezer about an hour before, so they were cool when I added them in. I had perfect looking chocolate chips!

    • Annie

      You might want to write the “wait ten minutes/freeze the chips” hint in the directions for future readers. The melted choc doesn’t “ruin” the dish, but it sure looks prettier with whole chips! :)

  7. Thanks for the help on the melting chocolate chips. I am going to try the "wait ten min and freeze the chips" tip. I just made these and they are so messy looking but my five-year-old loved them so much he was humming while eating. lol

  8. Crysta

    So this didnt quite work the way you said it would. We followed the directions however trying to melt all the marshmallows made the butter burn even though it was only on medium heat. It made the marshmallows taste odd.

  9. Rachel

    So, I made these last night and my chocolate chips ended up melting into the mixture. Is there suppose to be a “cooling period” before adding the chocolate chips? I removed the pan from the heat, but I’m wondering if I should have done the stirring in a separate bowl. They still tasted great :) but the presentation is definitely not as pretty as yours. Thanks for the recipe!

  10. Christy

    I just made these and they are great! I accidently bought cinnamon toast crunch instead of the golden grahms, but have concluded that it still tastes great!

  11. Christy

    I forgot to mention that I dropped them onto wax paper to make little clusters instead of putting them in a pan. Perfect for little individual servings.

  12. chinamelum menakaya

    I’ve always wanted to know how to make this, so thanks for posting the directions! What kind of grease do i use on my pan? is the spraying oil ok to put on the pan or I have to use grease?..you know of the names of different greases i can use? thanks:)

  13. Daylee Richards

    I would suggest adding the chocolate chips on top of the ceral/ marshmallow mixture so they dont melt. And maybe tring real grahm crackers instead of golden grahms.

  14. LeeAnnMStein

    Just made these! Wish I would have read the comments about how to prevent the chips from melting. But they still taste great! And my marshmallow cream isn’t pretty and white. I felt it could have used more or maybe I’ll try not melting them too much next time.

  15. Claire

    I just made these and they are fabulous! I purposely melted the chips in with the marshmallows and it made a yummy chocolate coating for the cereal! Several family members said it was the best thing they’ve ever eaten!

  16. Diane

    This looked sooo good, I made it at 3am this morning! I melted about 1/4 cup of peanut butter with the butter and marshmallows just because we love PB. YUM! Will make it like yours next time, and will cool the mixture a little longer before combining with the cereal as some of the chips were starting to melt. It’s a keeper!

  17. Snyder1111

    I’m wondering if anyone tried using Marshmallow Fluff instead? You can just melt it in the microwave and pour it over the cereal. Not sure if that would work too!

  18. Donna Lemen

    Looks like a snack to put out for a relay for cancer party , will make a great table snack along with the chips & dips.

  19. Laurie Whatley

    These were amazing! Although, I thought you used cinnamon toast crunch instead of golden grahams so that was the cereal that I used. My chocolate chips melted though…….not that it really matters because they were Sooooo good!! I’m addicted!!

  20. Marilyn

    I wish you had a button to push so I could print your recipes. Why don’t you? Am I missing seeing it somewhere?

    • Chef in Training

      Sorry about that. This recipe is now printable. My old print plug in no longer works so I have to update each recipe with the feature. Sorry for the trouble. This one is now printable :)

  21. jan

    I like your website, and would like it more if I knew how to print your recipes. Please help if you can. Thanks

    • Chef in Training

      Sorry about that. This recipe is now printable. My old print plug in no longer works so I have to update each recipe with the feature. Sorry for the trouble. This one is now printable :) The print button is underneath the picture in the recipe card.

  22. Deedra

    These look so good! I was wondering what the nutritional information for these are. Looking for the total calories, fat, carb, and protein per serving, and how many servings does the recipe make? I’m trying to maintain portion sizes to lose weight.

  23. Wow – these were so good!! I used 60% ghiradelli chips and they were SO good against the sweetness of the marshmallows and cereal. Can’t wait to make them again!!

  24. Cyndi

    I have made something like this for years. There are a couple of differences though. Instead of all golden grahams I use 1/2 golden grahams and 1/2 coco krispies or coco puffs. When I melt the marshmallows I always do it on the stove and melt and stir longer until the butter and marshmallows take on a light golden color giving it a toasted flavor. I use a 16 oz bag (it makes them more gooey) I sprinkle chocolate chips on top and depending on my mood I sometimes spread them out when they get “melty” I have also for an extra campfire flare sprinkled some mini marshmallows on top and placed under the broiler until they are the desired color. Just think about how they look when you pull them out of a campfire and you are so excited to eat it you are willing to suffer the burn lol). I am not allowed to go anywhere without bringing these. There have been tackles over the last one and death threats to the person that snags two. I even made them as a groom’s “cake” for a friends wedding and the groom almost cried he was so excited. Hope you don’t mind me sharing my differences. It has taken about 15 years to get to this final recipe and totally worth it. Happy munching no matter how you make em. I am going to go make a batch. Yum!

  25. Jami

    I used chocolate “chunks” I’m the mixture and they stayed mostly intact. Then I sprinkled some mini chips on the top just bc they looked cute :)