S’more Pudding Cookies

There are SO many fun activities to do in the summertime! Camping is definitely one of those. Having a three-year-old and one-year-old, we don’t get out camping very often. (although sometimes, I can’t complain about that… I just love my comfy bed a little too much :) )  One of the best things about camping is, of course, the beloved S’more. I love S’mores.  I mean really though, who couldn’t… so simple and yet so fantastic!  Since we don’t get out to make authentic campfire S’mores as much as we would like to, I LOVE to involve the three simple ingredients wherever and whenever I can.

I had another craving for the Pudding Cookies the other day.

Only once again, I wanted to put another fun spin on the cookie.

Let me tell you, S’more in the form of a pudding cookie=DELISH! It is now one of my top favorite ways to enjoy the flavors of the classic S’more. Give these a try! You won’t regret it.

Click HERE to see even more fun and delicious pudding cookies!

S'more Pudding Cookies

S'more Pudding Cookie!  A delicious take on the classic treat!  Who doesn't love a soft and tasty cookie?! #smore #cookie

By Chef in Training July 18, 2012

A delicious take on a classic treat! These cookies are soft, chewy and have the perfect combination of flavors!

Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Cream butter and sugars together. Add in pudding mix and beat until well incorporated.
  2. Beat in eggs and vanilla until well blended.
  3. In a small bowl, stir graham cracker crumbs, baking soda and flour until evenly mixed.
  4. Add the dry ingredient mixture to the wet ingredients and beat until well incorporated.
  5. Stir in chocolate chips and mini marshmallows until evenly mixed in. Add more if desired.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees F for 8-10 minutes. You want these cookies to be slightly undercooked. It helps make them extra soft :)

Enjoy!

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  1. 1

    TORTURE! Picture, but no recipe!

  2. 2

    I love S’mores cookies! These look perfect! LOVED meeting you at Evo! Be in touch! xo

  3. 3

    ok seriously! where do you get such awesome recipe ideas every.single.time! You rock it so good girl!! xo

  4. 4

    Oh my word!! I am drooling on the screen. I am hoping in the near future they come out with some kind of app for “lick “n” taste”. I am pinning this one.

  5. 5

    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, looks yummy :D
    Thank you for sharing and have a “WONDERFUL” day
    xxx
    http://abudhabifood.blogspot.com

  6. 6

    Your cookies are absolutely perfect! I really want to try these pudding cookies–the s’more version is so fun and great for summer!

  7. 7

    These look so yummy! Can’t wait to try them!

  8. 8

    Nikki, these are incredible! I love your collection of pudding cookies. I must must must make one of them soon. I might start with these because when is a better tie to enjoy a summer than in the summer?

    • 9
      Charlotte Herbert says:

      I love that my two favorite goodie bakers are fans of each other! You are both so awesome!

      I made these cookies, and they are YUMMY! Definitely make sure your marshmallows are covered with dough so they leak less. :)

  9. 10

    Oh, I love these. I can’t decide if I love you or if I’m mad at you for introducing me to the wonderfulness that is the pudding cookie. :)

  10. 11

    Pudding cookies have become my weakness too!!! So good to make…and to eat;-) I love that you made them into s’mores. I think I heart you even more now!!!!

  11. 12

    I think I just drooled on my laptop!

  12. 13

    Made these with my son last night! So Good!!!!!!

  13. 14

    Yum!! We just made s’mores this past weekend… and now I want more…. I need to make these cookies next!! Would love for you to link up at my Pin It Thursday party– http://www.sweetbellaroos.com/2012/07/19/pin-it-thursday3/

  14. 15

    I made these last night. Although they tasted YUMMY, they looked nothing like your picture and they were not super moist. I think it might have been my dough measuning technique. I used a standard cookie scoop to make the dough balls and they never really flatened out. How did you measure your dough in order to drop in onto the cookie sheet?

  15. 16
    Kathryn Staines says:

    I am just wondering, how much is 3 sheets of graham crackers, up here they are already in the to squares and 3 squares does not seem like it would be enough

  16. 18

    Pinned and will be making these soon :)

  17. 19

    I made these and they were so dry, even the Chocolate morsels were dry. Did I over cook?

  18. 20

    Not much better than S’mores in cookie form!! :)

  19. 21

    Hi Nikki!

    I am new-ish to the blog world, I’ve been following blogs for awhile but I literally just started working on my own. I just came across your blog recently but I LOVE it! I made these s’mores cookies twice in one week :) I am choosing another recipe today (so many to choose from!) and I’m pretty excited.

    Thanks for having awesome recipes with great pictures!

    Erin

  20. 22

    Hello-
    I have graham cracker crumbs from the box. How much do you think I need that would equal 3 sheets of graham crackers? Thanks!

  21. 23

    Made these a few weeks ago and making them again right now.. they are AMAZING! Thanks for the recipe :)

  22. 24

    These are amazing! They turned out so moist and delicious. I will definitely make them again. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

  23. 25

    These taste AMAZING but I can’t get them off of my parchment paper. The marshmallows melted all over the place. Oh well, next time I will leave the marshmallows out & just smoosh a few on top before I bake them.

  24. 26

    I just pulled these out of the oven and they are wonderful! Thank you! I made these for my 8th grader’s football team. They will love them after the game tonight!

  25. 27

    I just made these and they turned out great! I subbed chocolate pudding for vanilla to give it an extra chocolately kick. Yum!!

  26. 28
    Melisa Childs says:

    Made these last night and they’re delicious! I rolled them into 1 1/2 in balls and lightly flattened them with the bottom of a glass. The first batch I didn’t flatten them so they didn’t spread much and weren’t cooked evenly.
    I baked them exactly 8 minutes. They definitely look under baked but once they cool they’re perfect. Also, make sure all the marshmallows are covered with dough.. If they’re exposed they do melt and make it hard to remove from the sheet. Thanks for the recipe!

  27. 29

    I made these earlier today. They are very good. My marshmallows melted out on several trays, but they were still yummy. I drizzled melted chocolate on top of them too.

  28. 30

    I made these for a cookout last weekend, and they were a huge hit; I didn’t have any leftovers! I did have a bit of trouble getting some of the cookies off the baking sheet, because some of the marshmallows melted and got stuck, but I think some cooking spray oughta tackle that problem next time. I will definitely make these again; I love cookies with pudding mix in them, they come out so moist and wonderful. Thanks for a great recipe!

  29. 31

    When I saw this recipe, I just had to make these, so I did. I had my daughter bring them to school to share with her 1st Grade Classmates at snack time. Turns out, she didn’t want to share them with her classmates but wanted to hand them out to all the teachers in her school! This is by far my FAVORITE pudding cookie recipe – thank you so much for sharing and for the link to other wonderful pudding cookie recipes – I am going to be making them all!!

    I love your blog and your recipes….so delicious and so much fun to make. Plus, I enjoy sending my family over to your blog to find recipes too to make with their own family.