s'mores dip skillet on a hot pad with a spreader and some Ritz crackers

One Pan. 2 Ingredients. Ooey Gooey S’mores Dip Skillet.

Is this s’mores dip skillet a summertime treat? Of course it is! But it’s also an easy, breezy dessert meant to be enjoyed allllll the year long. Whether you’re melting your chocolate in the oven, on the grill, or over a campfire, this s’mores dip skillet is sure to be that crowd pleasing dessert you’ve been waiting for.

Plop this bad boy down and surround with piles of your favorite cracker or cookie. My personal favorite are Ritz crackers… but I would never turn down a trusty Graham. Let me tell you- I’d also like to make a case for butter cookies too. Once you’ve got your sandwich options add a few spreaders to the table, and let people dig on in.

S’more season is whenever you say s’more season is, so get crackin. There’s a vat of chocolatey-marshmallowy-goodness that awaits you!

S’mores Dip Skillet

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Susanna Grace Course: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Melty, gooey, fluffy chocolatey goodness sandwiched in-between your cracker(s) of choice! The ultimate quick and easy crowd pleasing dessert.


  • 1 12 ounce bag 1 Chocolate chips, good quality

  • Heap of Marshmallow fluff, or marshmallows

  • Assortment of crackers, such as Ritz and Graham


  • Get that oven preheated to 325f / 163c ASAP.
  • Next, empty your entire bag of chocolate chips into a smaller skillet or baking dish. I chose to use an 8″ cast iron skillet.
  • Pop your dish into the oven for 5 minutes, until chips have stated to melt. Remove. Bump up the temperature to 450f / 232c.
  • Carefully dollop and spread a generous amount of marshmallow fluff on top, pushing towards the sides of your dish or skillet.
  • Once it hits 450f / 232c pop your dish or skillet back into the oven for 5 more minutes, or until golden brown all over. Keep an eye on it!
  • Remove and serve while warm and toasty!


  • This is literally a 2 ingredient recipe… and as such, I STRONGLY recommend using a quality chocolate chip. I enjoy Ghiradelli dark chocolate. However, milk chocolate is known for melting a bit more smoothly. I just prefer dark!  
  • I love making marshmallows at home, so plan to make this s’mores dip skillet whenever I make mallows! There’s always some leftover, and it’s the perfect way to use it up! I’ll link my favorite mallow recipe down below.
  • Don’t feel like making marshmallow fluff? BUY IT. No big. Or opt for regular old marshmallows- regular, mini or jumbo! It’s all amazing. Zero mallow bias here.
  • Please note the nutritional information below was calculated using a calculator designed by: Verywell Fit. This information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but should not be taken as medical advice 🙂 

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Nutrition Facts

8 servings per container


  • Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 11.3g 18%
    • Saturated Fat 7.1g 36%
  • Sodium 12mg 1%
  • Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
  • Iron 6%

* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Homemade Marshmallows

About that marshmallow recipe I promised to drop. There it is!! It’s my absolute favorite and comes form the one and only- Ina Garden. I won’t lie… I’d never made marshmallows before last year. And after reading Ina’s recipe was a bit intimidated.

But I decided to go for it. I mean, what was the worst that could happen? AND IT WORKED. Not only did it work. Those mallows are the best there ever were. They stored for at least 2 months in a zip lock bag and were the perfect addition to my hot chocolate and cappuccinos all winter long.

Naturally I tasted the mallow fluff before pouring into a casserole dish to set up and immediately knew that THIS FLUFF belonged in a s’mores dip. Just as amazing as I imagined. But life. Sometimes it’s a lot and we’re busy and stressed and the last thing on your mind is making marshmallows from scratch HA. Which is why pre-made fluff and mallows exist, right?! No shame in the game. After all, the idea is to love being in your kitchen. Which truly does mean something different for everyone!

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  1. Can’t wait for fall and try this deliciousness!! 🙌🏻

    • Susanna Grace

      I know you’ll love it! And I’m cracking up that you said fall… because that’s how I’ve always seen this dessert. As a fall treat, not a summer treat! It was WAY too hot in South Florida to be making s’mores in August haha.

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