This delicious s’mores dip is made with just 3 ingredients, and it can be made in just a few minutes, in the oven, microwave, or air fryer! Try this for a tasty, simple treat!
If you’re craving s’mores but you can’t gather around a campfire, this s’mores dip is a great alternative! This is also a perfect way for younger ones to enjoy the deliciousness of s’mores safely and easily. There are a few different ways you can make this recipe, so no matter what appliances or tools you have, you can enjoy this dip!
S’Mores Dip Ingredients
- Chocolate– I recommend using chocolate wafers that are specifically designed for melting. If you can’t find those or don’t have them on hand, chocolate chips or Hershey’s chocolate bars can be used as well. Be sure to follow the tips below.
- Marshmallows- I recommend using large marshmallows, but you can also make this dip with mini marshmallows.
- Graham crackers- Graham crackers are perfect for dipping and give you the most traditional s’mores dip but of course, you can use pretzels, crackers, or fruit, too!
The Best Chocolate for S’mores Dip
I recommend using melting wafers, like the kind of chocolate designed for dipping strawberries. This chocolate melts easily and can be reheated quickly. Ghiradelli makes a great dark chocolate wafer that is perfect for this. You can also use milk chocolate or even white chocolate wafers. If you want to use chocolate chips, I recommend Ghiradelli, as Nestle’s chocolate chips don’t melt as easily.
How to Make S’mores Dip
I recommend making this dip in the oven. First, add the chocolate chips to the bottom of a pie pan or oven proof skillet. Bake for 2-3 minutes until the chocolate is melted. Top with marshmallows and continue to bake until the marshmallows are brown on top. Enjoy immediately.
In a pinch, you can make this in the microwave but the marshmallows won’t be brown on top. Add the chocolate to the bottom of a shallow microwave safe dish, such as a glass pie pan. Microwave on 50% power in 30 second intervals, stirring the chocolate until it’s melted. Top with marshmallows and microwave for 30 second intervals until the marshmallows are softened and gooey. Microwave at short intervals as the marshmallows will puff up quickly when cooking and you don’t want them to explode.
Air Fryer Method
Add the chocolate chips to the bottom of a pie pan or air fryer skillet. Be sure the baking dish can fit comfortably in the air fryer. Air fryer for 1-2 minutes until the chocolate is melted. Top with marshmallows and continue to air fry for 1-2 minutes until the marshmallows are brown on top.
Obviously, this easy s’mores dip is great with graham crackers, but you can also dip other items as well! Try it with strawberries, apple slices, ritz crackers, vanilla wafers, chocolate chip cookies, or bananas. You can also try it with cinnamon graham crackers for a slightly twist!
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I make this recipe gluten free? Yes, as long as you make sure your marshmallows are gluten free and you use gluten free graham crackers. This list has all the gluten free marshmallow brands. If you can’t find gluten free graham crackers, try using apple slices instead.
- Can I make this recipe vegan? Vegan marshmallows are a bit harder to find but Dandie’s are vegan. Be sure to use vegan chocolate chips, too. Many graham crackers are vegan but some contain honey, so check the label to be sure.
- Can I make this recipe in advance? This recipe is best enjoyed immediately while the chocolate is melted and the marshmallows are soft with a crispy top. You can reheat it in the oven in a pinch, but be careful that the marshmallows don’t burn!
- Can I make this s’mores dip with other flavors? Yes! Try this with melted peanut butter cups, white chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips, or add a drizzle of peanut butter on top after you take it out of the oven!
- What goes well with s’mores? You can enjoy this dip as a dessert with just about any meal! If you want to pair it with another dessert, try my brownie mix cookies!
- What does the S in s’mores stand for? The phrase s’more comes from the contraction of the phrase “some more” as in, I want s’more, please!