Grilled S’mores Packets

by Erin

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Assemble a s’mores “sandwich” filled with all your favorite things including graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows. Wrap and foil and let cook over a fire!
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For many of you, Memorial weekend marks the beginning of summer. And with summer comes backyard BBQs, get-togethers, camping, and most importantly s’mores. There’s really nothing better than sitting around a campfire with friends and family. Especially when sweet deliciousness is involved in the form of Honey Maid graham crackers, Hershey’s milk chocolate, and Jet-Puffed marshmallows.

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While everyone is familiar with the traditional way to make s’mores, by roasting a marshmallow on a stick over a fire, it’s not the only way. For a cook out at a friend’s house one weeknight, I stopped at Walmart to pick up the usual s’mores suspects in order to devise an easy, fun way to create this favorite camp-side companion using a backyard fire pit (a grill or campfire would also work). Oh heck yes, s’mores are now available on the weekdays folks. And you’re welcome.

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First, cut off square sheets of heavy duty foil. On each sheet place half of a graham cracker, topped with Hershey’s milk chocolate, a marshmallow (or two), and then the second half of the graham cracker. Then carefully fold up the sides like a packet and it’s ready to mingle with the fire.

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But wait, in case you are feeling inventive, you can easily change up your s’mores components to include other favorites. You can pack just about anything you desire between those graham cracker slices before wrapping it up and setting it over the fire. What’s your favorite creative s’mores combination?

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In my case, I decided to add some sliced strawberries to the mix. You see, I had bigger plans in store for my s’more as I intended on making a s’mores sundae out of it with a scoop of ice cream on top after it comes out of the fire. I just love a warm dessert and how it’s heat slightly melts the ice cream.

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If cooking over a fire pit with a grate (or grill), you can place the foil packets right over the flames and they will be ready in about 5 minutes. Alternatively you can place them on the periphery near the coals. Either way in about 5 minutes your s’mores will be ready to be enjoyed next to a crackling fire.

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I may actually prefer this method of making s’mores over the traditional way because the chocolate got all gooey right along with the marshmallow. Even the strawberries were softened up. But of course I didn’t stop there because as I said before, my ultimate plan for this grilled s’mores packet was to create an ice cream sundae out of it. Nothing extravagant, just a nice warm s’mores topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and some chocolate sprinkles. Excuse me while I watch the ice cream melt a little before digging in.

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While I did make these on a fire pit, the great thing about these s’mores packets is that they can easily transition between other outdoor cooking options such as a grill. Staying inside? Pop it in the oven at 400 degrees for 5-8 minutes. It’s the perfect weeknight meal. Now any day can be a s’mores day! What are your favorite ways to make and enjoy S’mores?

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Serves 1


Heavy duty foil (if cooking in the oven regular foil is okay)

1 graham cracker sheet, broken in half

1/4 of a milk chocolate bar

1-2 marshmallows

Additional fillings, such as fruit or other candy (optional)

Toppings such as ice cream, sprinkles, etc (optional)


  1. Prepare fire pit or grill (or oven set to 400 degrees).
  2. In the center of the square sheet of foil, place half of a graham cracker, following by the chocolate, additional fillings if desired, a marshmallow (or two), and then the second half of the graham cracker.
  3. Fold up the sides like a packet and place on grate over fire for 5-8 minutes. Carefully remove from fire and allow to cool for 1 minute. Unwrap and enjoy immediately or serve on a plate topped with ice cream.

Source: The Spiffy Cookie original


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Stephanie May 26, 2015 - 4:44 pm

I didn’t think s’mores could get any better… but I’m pretty sure that adding a scoop of ice cream just totally sent this over the top! I’ve never tried using foil packets to grill our s’mores. It sounds so easy! Thanks for sharing! #client

Kayle (The Cooking Actress) May 25, 2015 - 7:30 pm

ummmm NEEEEEED! I love s’mores SO DANGED MUCH

Joanne May 24, 2015 - 10:30 am

S’mores addict RIGHT HERE. And I love how easy these are to make!!

Medha @ Whisk & Shout May 22, 2015 - 7:20 pm

Love the idea of fruit in these and what a cool way to make smores!

Sam~SugarSpunRun May 22, 2015 - 1:28 pm

It’s been way too long since I’ve had a good s’more! I love the idea of packets!


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