S'more Pralines (aka: S'mores Cracker Candy)

September 4, 2011
Who says you need a campfire to enjoy delicious ooey-gooey S'mores?  Not with these made-in-the-oven S'more Pralines!  Whip up a tasty pan at home today, no campfire required.

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The deliciousness of s'mores and praline cracker candy join forces in these super-tasty S'more Pralines.  As an added bonus to their deliciousness, they're made super-easy in the oven -- no campfire required. 

And let me just say, oh my word -- These things are amazing.  Other words you could use to describe them? -- Delicious.  Decadent.  Whimsical.  Easy.  Addictive. And dangerous.  Definitely dangerous.

If you're at all like me and can't resist the wonderfully delicious ooey gooey-ness of s'mores when you're around a campfire, then you're absolutely going to want to make these.  They've got all the graham cracker, warm marshmallow, and melty chocolate yumminess of traditional s'mores, with the tasty addition of a slathering of brown sugar cracker candy praline, too.

The deliciousness of s'mores and praline cracker candy join forces in these super-tasty S'more Pralines.

As you can probably tell, I absolutely love s'mores.  But like all of us, I can't be around a campfire all the time.  Not to mention, I'm actually one hates to camp.  Camp fires, yes!  Camping, not so much.  

And sure, I've done what all us s'more lovers have probably done a time or two - taken a big ol' marshmallow and a piece of chocolate, sandwiched them between two graham crackers, and popped it in the microwave for a few seconds to enjoy a quick s'more.  -- It's good, and will do to satisfy a s'mores craving in a pinch.  But it's not great.

Now this S'mores Cracker Candy? -- this stuff  is great.

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S'mores Cracker Candy Ingredients

To whip up a pan, you'll need:
  • Graham crackers - Form the base of these s'more pralines.

  • Brown sugar + butter - Bring brown sugar and butter to a boil to create cracker candy's signature praline topping.

  • Hershey chocolate bars - The classic s'mores chocolate.  Hershey bars are broken in pieces and sprinkled on top of the praline layer.

  • Semi-sweet chocolate chips - A second type of chocolate makes these extra delicious.

  • Mini marshmallows - It wouldn't be a s'more without them!

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How to Make S'mores Cracker Candy

Start by laying a layer of graham crackers out on a jelly roll pan.  

Then bring some butter and brown sugar to a boil to create the cracker candy's signature praline topping. Immediately pour the praline mixture evenly over the graham crackers.

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Bake the graham crackers and praline for a few minutes until the praline topping is all bubbly aroudn the edges.

Then sprinkle on Hershey bar pieces, mini marshmallows, and some chocolate chips.  Pop the pan back in the oven for a couple of minutes until everything's good and melty. 

Baking Sheet of S'more Pralines Image

Once the pan is out of the oven, you can take things a step further and give the S'more Pralines a little toasty touch with a kitchen torch, if you'd like.  

You certainly don't have to do this step, but it does give the Pralines that nice fire-roasted flavor.  If you want to do this and don't have a kitchen torch, simply pop them under the broiler for a couple of minutes (watching them very closely the whole time, of course!).

Toasting S'more Pralines with Kitchen Torch Image

After the s'mores cracker candy is cooled, break it into pieces and enjoy.  If you can't wait long enough for them to cool down, no worries. -- I tested them both warm and cooled, and they're great both ways!  

Now I must say, with their deliciousness of s'mores and praline cracker candy combined, these S'mores Pralines will certainly get us through a stretch of no campfires in sight.  Amazing s'mores deliciousness is just an oven away!

Check out these other tasty cracker candy recipes:
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Yield: about 24 squares
Author: Tracey | The Kitchen is My Playground
S'more Pralines (aka: S'mores Cracker Candy)

S'more Pralines (aka: S'mores Cracker Candy)

Who says you need a campfire to enjoy delicious ooey-gooey S'mores?  Not with these made-in-the-oven S'more Pralines!  Whip up a tasty pan at home today, no campfire required.

Prep time: 10 MinCook time: 10 MinTotal time: 20 Min


  • 12 sheets of graham crackers (+ a few more broken up ones, if they'll fit in your pan)
  • 3/4 c. butter
  • 3/4 c. brown sugar
  • 3 c. mini marshmallows
  • 4 Hershey bars, broken in pieces (or 16 small snack-size)
  • 1 c. chocolate chips (milk chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate))


  1. Line a 15x10" jelly roll pan with aluminum foil; spray foil with non-stick cooking spray. Lay graham crackers on prepared pan so the edges are touching.
  2. Melt butter and brown sugar together in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture just begins to boil (about 4-6 minutes total time). Remove from heat and immediately pour evenly over graham crackers.
  3. Bake at 350℉ for 5-6 minutes, until sugar mixture is bubbly.
  4. Remove pan from oven and immediately sprinkle Hershey bar pieces, marshmallows, and chocolate chips evenly over the graham crackers.
  5. Return to oven and bake for an additional 2-3 minutes, until marshmallows begin to soften and puff up. (OPTIONAL: Do this step under the broiler, or brown tops of the marshmallows with a kitchen torch after baking.)
  6. Cool completely. 
  7. Use foil to lift pralines from pan and break into squares.
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S'more Pralines (aka: S'mores Cracker Candy) ~ Who says you need a campfire to enjoy delicious ooey-gooey S'mores? Not with these made-in-the-oven S'more Pralines! The deliciousness of s'mores and praline cracker candy join forces to create these tasty squares -- whipped up super-easy at home with no campfire required.  #indoorsmores #smores #crackercandy  www.thekitchenismyplayground.com

This post is linked with Weekend PotluckMeal Plan Monday.


  1. Wow, these don't look like they suck AT ALL! Plus, you've totally sold them. They are officially 'pinned'. :o)

  2. These look awesome! What a great idea for a bark flavor! I'd love if you'd join my linky party tomorrow (Crazy Sweet Tuesday).

  3. how sweet and yummmy getting me ready for fall baking come see me at http://shopannies.blogspotcom

  4. They look amazing! I love that you torched them too. I'd be afraid to use a kitchen torch... I'd probably burn the house down. P.S. You had at me at "graham cracker pralines." Can't wait to see that recipe!

  5. Yum. I love s'mores, but those are even beyond regular s'mores. They look delicious.

  6. Yummers! thanks so much for sharing, I'm soooo trying these! Can't wait! ♥ BJ

  7. I am thrilled to have found your site, thanks to Crazy Cooking Challenge! What a great way to meet everyone! These S'more pralines look divine! I'm going to need whip up a batch of these along with that incredible Mac and Cheese recipe! :)

  8. These look so wonderful. I can not wait to try these out! Yum! I linked to you from Cast Party Wednesday. Thanks!

  9. Tracey,
    These are AWESOME!!!! The buttery praline-like coating on the grahams is to die for with the chocolate and marshmallow. You are my baking QUEEN!!

  10. They do look amazing! You sure do have a yummy blog over here!

    Best wishes,

  11. Wowza! These look great. I'm with ya about the camp fires/camping dilemma. But, a kitchen torch helps take care of that :) Thanks for sharing with Sweets This Week.

    Have a great Sunday.


  12. They look awesome! And, I need one of your little burners, too. These have got to be delicious! Love them! Thanks for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

  13. Again, these sound amazingly good. I can't wait to try them. Thanks for sharing with Crazy Sweet Tuesday.

  14. Congrats on being featured at Crazy Sweet Tuesday! These look more than amazing! I love pralines... but this smores spin on it is so creative. I can't wait to try!

  15. I've totally made these but never with marshmallows! YUM!

    Thanks for linky to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS! (next week's theme is National Men Make Dinner.... let's see if we can get lots of men in the kitchen cooking!)

  16. These look sooo yummy.. I would love to try it sometime soon.. :)) I would LOVE for you to share this at my Pin'Inspirational Thursday linky party if you dont mind pweeease :))-- TY,, http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/10/pininspirational-thursdays-linky-party_26.html

  17. I love the brown sugar and butter mix added to these! I made these a few months back, and they were delicious! Great recipe, again! Thanks for linking to my Super Bowl Eats and Treats Party!

  18. My heart actually sped up when I saw this loooovely treat! I don't think that's ever happened w a recipe! Hehe :)


  19. I'm not a big s'mores fan, but I would eat this!! They look so rich and gooey! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!! Hope your week is wonderful!

  20. These look and sound delicious! Pinned.

  21. Super recipe idea since we love s'mores.
    Have a great weekend,

  22. Boy do these look good! Thank you SO much for sharing your recipe at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy – I’m so happy to announce that you are one of our Featured Guests this week (#460)! :-)


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