Sara's Tiny Kitchen
by Sara's Tiny Kitchen
6 min

Ditch the campfire and make these decadent s’mores with white chocolate and raspberry jam at home in the oven!

So, like most people, s’mores are one of my top 5 desert island foods. I like them in almost any form. Cookie form, rice krispies treat form, ice cream form. If it has chocolate and toasted marshmallow in it, you can believe that I’m eating more of it than is healthy for me.

One of my favorite things about s’mores is that you really don’t need a campfire to make them! I’m not going to say that the campfire method isn’t fantastic, because it definitely is. But for people like me, who don’t camp too often, and don’t have ready access to a firepit, this recipe for indoor s’mores is a sure winner.

It can also be made in basically a million different ways, so pick the way that works for you, and run with it!


Recipe details
  • 12  S'MORES
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 1 Minutes Total time: 6 min
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White Chocolate Raspberry S'mores
  • 12 whole graham crackers
  • 2 4 ounce bars of white chocolate 
  • 1 jar of raspberry jam (will have leftovers)
  • 1 package of marshmallows (will have leftovers)
To Make White Chocolate Raspberry S'mores
Preheat broiler.
Break graham crackers in half to make 24 squares.
Break chocolate into 12 individual pieces.
Place 1 piece of chocolate on each of 12 squares of crackers.
Spread 1/2 teaspoon of raspberry jam on the other 12 crackers.
Place 12 marshmallows on a baking sheet lined with parchment, and place them under the broiler for 30-60 seconds, watching carefully to make sure they dont burn.
Place a toasted marshmallow on each square of white chocolate, and then top with the jammy crackers.
  • Butane Torch Method: this method is the same as above except that you will toast the marshmallows individually with a butane torch. This way gives you a little bit more control over the doneness of the marshmallows, but obviously takes longer because you can only torch one at a time.
  • Using a butane torch: Move slowly and surely – you’ll need to hover the flame over the marshmallows for just a few seconds before it begins toasting.  If you’re like me and you like your marshmallow a little on the burned side, you can keep going, but keep in mind you go from pleasantly toasted to very, very burned in no time at all.  
  • Broiler Pre-assembled Method: Again, this method is basically the same as the broiler method, but instead of only toasting the marshmallows, you’ll half pre-assemble the s’mores. Place the graham cracker squares on a baking sheet lined with parchment, then top with a chocolate square, and a marshmallow on top of each cracker. Place the half-assembled s’mores under the broiler for 30-60 seconds until the marshmallows begin to brown.  
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  • J J on Sep 27, 2022

    Mmmmmmm!!! Love chocolate and raspberries together.