S’mores Dip

S'mores Dip

How can you go wrong with a name like “s’mores dip”?? This dip is so good and exactly what you would expect from something made out of chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers. To be honest, I’m not really a s’mores fan for the most part. When we go camping, I will roast marshmallow after marshmallow, and I may even eat some chocolate and/or graham crackers. But for some reason the actual s’mores just never really appealed to me. That being said, I can’t get enough of this dip!

The dip itself tastes just like the inside of a s’more, and when you dip graham crackers into it, it will make you feel like you’re sitting outside around the campfire. I have no idea why I like this dip more than traditional s’mores, since I’m pretty sure they taste about the same, but I do. And I’m pretty sure you’ll like it just as much as I do. Best of all, it only takes about 5 minutes to make. This dip does taste best warm, so you might have to reheat it in the microwave, or maybe try serving it in one of those mini crockpots that’s perfect for warm dips like this one. Enjoy! 🙂

S'mores Dip

Looking for more yummy dessert dips?  Check out this mouth watering Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip or this delicious Red Velvet Cheese Ball recipe!

S'mores Dip


  • 1 14oz can sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 1/2 cups Chocolate Chips
  • 1/2 cup marshmallow cream
  • Graham Crackers, for serving


  1. In a small microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips and condensed milk on High 1 - 2 minutes, stirring about every 30 seconds, until chips are melted. Mix well.
  2. Pour into 9-inch glass pie pan, spreading evenly. Drop marshmallow creme by tablespoonfuls randomly over chocolate mixture.
  3. Microwave on High about 30 seconds or until marshmallow creme is softened.
  4. Immediately make several swirls through marshmallow and chocolate, creating a marbled appearance.
  5. Serve immediately with graham crackers for dipping.
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  1. I love s’mores and this is a great way to enjoy them without a campfire. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Megan. OMG. When I saw this first picture in my google reader I literally said out loud “holy crap”……… this dip looks SO good I can’t even stand it!!! AND i have all of the ingredients. Ahh! I can’t wait to make this Megan. Happy Friday. 🙂

  3. ooooh perfect! and it’s so quick to make. 🙂

  4. I love this!! This is such a great idea and I have all of the ingredients! 🙂

  5. How fun it this!! Seems a lot less messy that eating an actual s’more too 🙂 And so few ingredients, great recipe!

  6. Wow…I need to go buy the ingredients for this! Amazing! There is nothing better than s’mores and this is perfect!

  7. Ok this looks SOOOO good right now. Pinning so I can remember to make this weekend!!

  8. Goodness! I’ll have to make this and put it on everything! I wonder how it would be with carrot sticks… Probably freakishly freakishly amazing!

  9. Sometimes I feel like I’m the only person on the planet who’s unenthusiastic about s’mores. They are delicious, but SO unwieldy! It’s all crumbs and overflowing chocolate and sticky fingers. This? Is brilliant.

  10. My son was drooling when he saw the pic. I made it and it is yummy. A bit too sweet for me, but maybe I’ll use dark chocolate next time. A tablespoon of this is great in coffee. Double Yum!

  11. I LOVE this idea! I can’t make s’mores the traditional way, as I live in the city in an apartment; this is a PERFECT way to get my s’mores fix. I think i might serve it as one of my desserts for the fourth! Thanks Megan!

  12. This looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it!

  13. Om nom nommmmmmm!

  14. Call me crazy, but – if you put a drop or two of liquid smoke into this, would it give you that charred aspect? I think I must try it!!!
    Thanks, Megan – just discovered your site from foodgawker and I love it!

  15. OH MY GOSH!!! We just made these and they are amazing!!!! Don’t make them unless you are ready for death by s’mores! I spread my dip on 1/4 of a graham cracker and then topped that with another 1/4! Exactly like a s’more–just less messy AND you don’t have to go outside to get it!!! Thanks for the post and idea!

  16. Marshmallow cream has corn syrup in it which is terrible for you. Think twice before making this for your child who deserves better nutrition.

  17. I don’t think anyone was claiming this as nutritional…but boy does it sure look sinful. I did have one question – are the chocolate chips semisweet or just regular old chocolate chips? (I’m hoping for the latter, as I’m not a huge fan of semisweet)

    • You know what’s funny – I think of semisweet as regular old chocolate chips! I did use semisweet here, but you could use whatever you wanted. Somebody who commented above recommended dark chocolate to cut the sweetness a little bit.

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  19. Oh yummy delicious. I love all things s’mores. This is great for a party with no fire pit. Love it!

  20. I love everything s’mores and never thought to make a s’mores dip. Excellent idea!!!

  21. Looks so yummy! Can’t wait to try! I think it would be great with some cut up fruit as well! Thanks!!

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  23. I made this and it was sooo good! I kept eating it and eating it!

  24. Equally easy & delicious.. couldn’t ask for more in a recipe :)!

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  26. These look delicious!! Do you think melted marshmallows could work in replace of the marshmallow fluff??

  27. Love this! Can you put in fridge and reheat?

  28. I used peanut butter chips & Chocolate made it even better !!

  29. How much does this make?

    • Unfortunately I’m not sure. I didn’t pay much attention, I just started eating it so I’m not sure how many it would serve. 🙂 Quite a few though, as it’s so rich.

  30. Hmm…love the recipe! I suppose layering marshmallow creme on the bottom and then browning just that layer using a brulee torch would give you that yummy toasted taste…nom, nom nom….

  31. Fondue pot!!!!!!!

  32. Thank you so much for this recipe. You made my whole book club a success. Instead of microwaving, I just put it in a crock pot on warm.

  33. Megan,
    This recipe totally rocks! It will be featured tomorrow on VirtualWineBar.com as the “Daily Nosh” paired with Ficklin Old Vine Tinta Port. A decadent and delicious combination! I’ll be promoting it all day ~ Cheers!

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  36. Yarg! I don’t have sweetened condensed milk. And my mouth is watering. What do I do?? Off to Kroger.

  37. I can do you one better!! Try it on date night!! With strawberries… And I don’t even have a man!!

  38. Loved this dip! A little does go a loooooong way, but it’s still tasty! I had it with a tall glass of cold milk. Thanks for the recipe!

  39. I am thinking about pouring it over popcorn and letting it sit a little bit ohhhhh that sounds so amazing!!!!

  40. Clare – Just got this off the Mayo Clinic website:
    Research studies have yielded mixed results about the possible adverse effects of consuming high-fructose corn syrup. Although high-fructose corn syrup is chemically similar to table sugar (sucrose), concerns have been raised because of how high-fructose corn syrup is processed. Some believe that your body reacts differently to high-fructose corn syrup than it does to other types of sugar. But research about high-fructose corn syrup is evolving.

    Some research studies have linked consumption of large amounts of any type of added sugar — not just high-fructose corn syrup — to such health problems as weight gain, dental cavities, poor nutrition, and increased triglyceride levels, which can boost your heart attack risk. But there is insufficient evidence to say that high-fructose corn syrup is less healthy than are other types of added sweeteners.

  41. Love it! It looks so good!

  42. Very unique! i’d also have bananas and strawberries to dip. Great option to bring to a party

  43. Mmmm this looks delish! We have a potluck at work coming up and I’m thinking of making it, how long can this sit out without losing it’s gooey consistency? Perhaps I could put it in a dip warmer?

  44. Can leftovers be reheated?

  45. I made this tonight – it was delicious! It did make quite a bit. What’s the best way to keep the leftovers? In the fridge or out on counter? Thanks!

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  47. This was delicious! I used 70% dark chocolate to cut the sweetness and used a dip warmer to keep it warm through movie night. There’s wasn’t any left..my friends scrapped the bowl clean!

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  49. I have a very small crock-pot made for things like this. Should I make it directly in the crock-pot or make it according to the directions here and then put it in the crock-pot?

    • I would still make it in the microwave, then transfer it to the crockpot. It would probably be fine in the crockpot but would just take longer to melt everything together.

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  52. holy moly I think I love you! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

  53. This looks awesome!! I would venture to say, before trying it, that it probably has a different appeal because the chocolate is melted and the flavors “blend” together. Plus, with sweetened condensed milk–there is a whole-nuther layer of flavor and richness that a marshmallow just doesn’t have. We are snowbound at this very moment, but I will be trying this soon as the roads open!!!

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  56. This was so yummy! My family loved It, and I already had all the ingredients. A family of 4, each with 2 full graham crackers and a heaping tablespoon of the dip, and we still have a little more than half of the 9″inch pie plate full for leftovers (for those asking how many it serves). It was very rich and a little really does go a long way. This took about 4 minutes to make from start to finish, how can you go wrong with that? Mmmmm mmmm good! Thanks Megan for the recipe…I found it on Pinterest!

  57. Just made, delicious! I didn’t have chips but had a candy bar and it worked! Used a small crock pot, used marshmallows instead- it looked so yummy that we didn’t even wait until the marshmallows melted – we just started dipping and eating! Yummy!!!!

  58. the last time we had s’mores outside, I used fudge stripe cookies…Im not a fan of Hersey chocolate and this made s’mores much better and less messy…The chocolate melted better too…

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  60. Megan, I’m beginning to LOVE all your ideas.. they’re unique and inventive. This one I made for my son for a treat on Valentine’s Day. I served them with vanilla wafers, cinnamon graham crackers, pound cake bites and pretzels… it was SO yummy! I added a little cinnamon powder with the chocolate/condensed milk mixture because I’ve always been partial to cinnamon and chocolate together. It made a LOT so I did have to put half away for a later date, but I figure it I melt a little more chocolate into it, it might work ok as far as consistency. And might also add a little nutella or peanut butter chips like another post suggested. Thanks again! 🙂

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  62. I made this for my boys when it was too cold to go outside & make real s’mores! HUGE HIT!!! My son had friends over & everyone wanted more : ) Thank you for the great recipe : )

  63. Does it have to be sweetened condensed milk???

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  66. Delish!! I used Hershey kisses and Toasted Marshmallow Creme, and it was a huge hit with my kids and husband. Thanks!

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  68. I bet you can use Nutello!!! Can’t wait to make these. Any sub for the milk?

  69. Just made this! It’s CRACK! I can’t get enough.

  70. WOW! I found this through Pinterest and my daughter and I just made this. It was amazing! Thank you for such a quick snack.

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  72. How does this re-heat? Say if I were making it to take to a family reunion?

  73. My dip turned out terrible! I’m not sure what happened. It was all water-y. Any suggestions of what I might have done wrong? Thanks!

    • Unfortunately, I’m not sure. There is nothing in it that should turn it watery. The only thing I can think of is that maybe the chocolate got too hot and seized? Sorry I’m not more help!

  74. Does this harden up? I was going to bring to a football tailgate?? Or does it stay creamy with the condensed milk??

  75. Really people…. you are going to comment on how bad corn syrup is for you. Your ridiculous. If you don’t eat it then why are you looking at recipe, go eat some carrots or something and let us enjoy our junk food! That’s all……

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  80. This was amazing! We dipped strawberries in ours-to die for! Will try with pineapple next time!

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  85. How long do you think this can keep covered on the counter?

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  91. As a matter of personal taste – a prefer cinnamon graham crackers over regular graham crackers. Plain graham crackers can be quite delightful, but the marshmallow, chocolate, and cinnamon go quite nicely together as a flavor set.

    Thanks for share !

  92. I know this will sound like something only a pregnant woman would love, but this is truly a great combination: a peanut butter and pickle sandwich. I know, I know it sounds so gross, but if made correctly it is a concoction of divine inspiration. Take two pieces of white bread (I guess you could use another type of bread, but white is my preference) and spread some smooth peanut butter on both pieces.

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