Chocolate Chip S’more Cookies

I’m kind of on a s’more kick this summer. There’s a ton of different recipes going around blogland and they all pretty much look delicious to me. So I’m slowly working my way through them to find the ultimate s’more goodies. (Don’t forget to check out my S’more Stuffed Brownies. They are going to be hard to beat!)

I saw this recipe over on Picky Palate and knew it was one I had to try. She makes the best cookies! And in a muffin top pan??? Who knew?!?! I’ve had a muffin top pan for years. I bought this baby back when muffin tops were super “in”. I didn’t necessarily make muffin tops in it. I made cupcake tops in it. Seriously! It makes the perfect cupcake to frosting ratio EVER!!! And that’s super important in my book. Can’t have a huge cupcake without the proper amount of frosting, right??? But I digress. So here’s a muffin top pan if you haven’t seen one.

She makes tons of cookies in this pan and now I know why. I’m hooked! It makes the perfect gigantic cookie!

I used the recipe off of the chocolate chip bag for my chocolate chip cookies. I think Toll House rocks when it comes to basic chocolate chip cookies. But I cut the chocolate chips in half (only adding half the bag.) And I used milk chocolate chips.

What you will need:
2 1/4 c. all-purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
1 c. butter, softened
3/4 c. sugar
3/4 c. packed brown sugar
1 t. vanilla
2 large eggs
6 oz. milk chocolate chips

miniature marshmallows
Hershey Milk Chocolate Bar (amount depends on how much you want to add)
Graham Crackers

Combine: flour, baking soda and salt. Set aside. Beat: butter, sugars and vanilla. Add eggs and beat until fluffy. Gradually add in dry ingredients. Stir in milk chocolate chips.

Then I scooped it into the muffin top pan. I used my medium scoop from Pampered Chef. (I love their products!)

But wait. Here comes the good part! I put mini marhsmallows, broken pieces of graham crackers and pieces of Hershey Milk Chocolate bar on the top.
Bake in a 350 degree oven for 13 minutes and when you take them out of the oven they look like this!

Don’t these look delicious? Well, they were. They are on the top of my s’more summer freak out fest!

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  1. I absolutely love your blog! I tried the smore brownies and they were a BIG hit with my family. I am definately going to try these. Thanks so much.

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  3. What’s not to like here? 3 of my favorite things wrapped up in a beautiful yummy package? Done. Totally going to try this one. Thanks for linking to tasty tuesdays!!

  4. Those look amazing! What a great idea! I agree Toll house cookie recipe is great! And with the marshmallows, Hershey’s chocolate, and graham crackers…OMG..over-the-top yum! Thanks for this recipe. Definitely making:)

  5. Wow, those look heavenly! I can feel my thighs getting bigger just looking at them! 😀
    I was going to tell you that if you want to make those pumpkin blocks, I can send you a kit. There are a couple of other people from across the country that are having me send them the stuff. I am not sure yet what shipping will be, but I am hoping I can get one of those flat rate ones. I can let you know if you want.

  6. You are the coolest ever! These cookies – and so many of your other recipes rock! Wish you lived in my corner of the world – or Wyoming! I would love to meet you at the park with our kiddos!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  7. Oh yum! These look amazing!

  8. All my favorite ingredients in just one cookie! Awesome.

  9. Thanks for stopping by! These look wonderful.

  10. That muffin top pan is perfect for cookies! Yum! S’mores are great in any form! 😉

  11. Oh, my! THese look fabulous!

  12. I desperately need to get one of those pans!!! Those cookies look so yummy 🙂

  13. The muffin top pan works perfectly here. These cookies look delish, Erin. I love all the good stuff you put in your cookies.

  14. Oh goodness. I have to leave your blog because those cookies are just way to yummy. I can already feel my blood sugar level going right through the roof lol That pan is so cool too. I am going to have to see about getting one of those – not for myself, but so that I can make big cookies for my family 😉

  15. Visiting from For the Joy of It – those cookies sound really good_ I may just have to try them.

  16. I think the muffin top pan makers need to send you a commission check. If your other followers are like me, we’re all running out to buy a pan so we can make these decadent treats! Can’t wait! S’mores rock!

  17. Ah…. Yummo!!!!! Going to have to try this one! Thanks for linking up!

  18. These made my rainy day. Many thanks! Yum, yum, yum! Hope to hear from you sooN! 🙂

  19. They look so yummy. What a great idea to use your muffin top pan! I got rid of mine awhile ago because I wasn’t using it, but I <3 your theory of cupcake to frosting ratio using it.

  20. YUMMY Gotta try these, visiting from Jenns Tatertots.

    Cheri from Its So Very cheri

  21. I am adding this to my yummy recipe post tomorrow.


  22. Those look DELISH, I love smores, and chocolate chip cookies, duhhh, what a great idea to combine them, into one yummy cookie. Correct me if Im wrong but does making them in the muffin top make them even chewier, cuz, I hate crispy cookies, and prefer caky ones, and these look caky, and gooey, and soft, and fluffy, and oh gosh, I know whats for dessert this weekend. THANKS so much, and if you are dying to post these to another party, I would sooo love to have you. I am hosting a new party, hope you can stop by for a quick look, and share your recipe. Thanks again Erin, your blog rocks, and you have the yummiest looking blog, even though I probably shouldn’t be here,,, for obvious reasons. Like trying to lose weight, not gain it. I’m pretty sure it’s possible to actually gain it even with looking, lol. Anyway, take care girl!!

  23. I’ve seen this recipe on Picky Palate too. It really does look good. I know I’d enjoy biting into all those chewy bits of marshmallow and creamy chocolate.

  24. I SO want that muffin top pan and have had those Smores cookies on my radar for a while now. They look great!

  25. Oh wow! Those look amazing.

  26. I made smores cookies too for my first 12 weeks post! Talk about “great minds think alike” eh? *wink

  27. Pure AWESOME! I made S’mores Ice Cream this summer, too, so I know where you’re coming from, girl!

  28. THat is my kind of cookie. Love these!!