Chocolate Chip Cookie S’mores Cups

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Everybody loves s’mores but why not make them with a fun twist. These delicious Chocolate Chip Cookie S’mores are the perfect sweet treat for your summer fun!

Everybody loves s'mores but why not make them with a fun twist. These delicious Chocolate Chip Cookie S'mores are the perfect sweet treat for your summer fun!


Summer is almost here and you know what that means.  It’s time for s’mores!!!  S’mores are good all year round but for some reason, s’mores and summer just go together like peanut butter & jelly, wine & cheese, me & shoes…you get the idea!  While s’mores are best enjoyed while sitting around the campfire, we certainly don’t want to limit ourselves.  That’s why I really love this cool little baking mold that stumbled upon last week!  I knew I had to have it as soon as a saw it and it took me all of two seconds to come up with this idea for Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores!

I was actually shopping for something else when I came across this fun “shot glass” maker!  I’ve always been a fan of mini-desserts and thought it would be really fun to experiment with it. You really could use this for a million different recipes!


If you’re making Chocolate Chip Cookie S’mores, the first thing you’ll need is chocolate chip cookie dough, right?  I took the easy way out and just used the recipe from a chocolate chip bag (a 12 ounce bag will make 16 cookie cups).  When you’re filling the cups with cookie dough, be sure to push it as far down into the cups as you can.  You don’t want air pockets or your cookies may break apart when you try to remove them from the mold.

Dough in cups

Bake at 375 for 25-30 minutes and let the cookie cups cool to room temperature.  Cut the top of the cups (which is actually the bottom) even with the mold so that they will stand upright.  You’re probably craving cookies anyway because the smell of fresh baked cookies has taken over your house…take those pieces you just cut and have a yummy little snack!  Leave the cookie cups in the mold and place in the refrigerator until completely cooled. Now comes the fun part…remove them from the mold.  Take your time with this part because if you rush, your cookies may crumble!

cookie cup edited

Next, get your melted chocolate ready.  I chose to melt dark chocolate chips since I used regular semi-sweet chocolate for the cookie cups.  Aren’t two chocolates always better than one?  I melted it in a bowl, then cut the corner off a sandwich bag for drizzling (though you can always just drizzle it the old fashioned way with a spoon).  Add layers of broken graham cracker pieces and mini marshmallows, drizzling chocolate over them as you go.  Finally, top them with mini-marshmallows and use a creme brulee torch to toast them to a golden brown.  (Of course, I didn’t realize until this point that mine was out of fuel so I improvised with a long fireplace lighter…not at all the same but it worked in a pinch).  Drizzle a bit more chocolate over the top and your Chocolate Chip Cookie S’mores are ready to go!

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Insides edited

These were soooo good and I definitely plan to make them again soon!  I’ve since made other delicious recipes with my mold…check them out below:


Rich & Creamy Chocolate Mousse


Red, White & Blue Patriotic Candy Cups


Edible Candy Corn Cups For A Fun & Festive Halloween

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Wow! I love that mold. And this is such a creative way to use it.

OMG! This looks absolutely delicious. Can you ship me your leftovers? I’m definitely pinning this!

These look so good! Your photos are awesome too. I’m totally craving cookies right now!

These S’more treats look like lots of fun to make. They are a very different idea. I bet they would be a huge hit at a summer BBQ. I think I’ll pin them for later.

So totally creative. I love the little molds and then the way you have decorated them makes them look quite exotic. They would add so much to any table setting. We love you sharing this good stuff in the Blogger’s Pit Stop

Very creative. Going to gave to get this mold. So many possibilities. Great idea

love this post for a couple of reasons one I have never seen cookies made like this or the tool to make them and I love the recipe oh so super yummy
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What a cool container! I love this combination of a s’mores with a chocolate chip cookie! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week 🙂

Hi Lisa,
Congratulations this post was among the top clicked in the Blogger’s Pit Stop #24. Be looking for a FEATURE on Friday. Well done.

Wow! These look so good! I am going to have to start blogging about food just so I can bake things like this with no guilt.

Must get some of those molds immediately because these look SO yummy! What a fun way to serve both cookies and s’mores – some of my favorite sweet treats! Pinned!

This mold is so fun! I want to get one so I can make these. Awhile back I tried making s’mores with cookies instead of graham crackers and it is amazing! This uses the same concept but in super cute form. Love it!

Just when you think you’ve seen every way of serving chocolate chip cookies and/or s’mores, someone like you gets really creative!

I’ll be featuring you this week on #FridayFrivolity

Oh SNAP! These look so deliciously Dangerous! lol! Thanks for sharing at Friday Funday Blog Hop 🙂

What a great mold. You will have fun with that. I need to look for one of those.

Thank you for this delicious recipe on #RecipeSharingParty share ! I hope to see you next week . Pinned and Yummed . Please visit #OverTheMoon on Sunday or #ThursdayFavoriteThings for more sharing fun! Do not forget your link # Be ‘ s seen on a comment , so I can be sure to visit and you get a chance !

Oh em geeeeeeeee I am DROOOLING now. ;P Can I come over next time you make these??

#FridayFrivolity — pinning and tweeting!

Stumbled it too… so much yum. 😉

These are so cute. I just pinned it.
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Oh my, these look absolutely divine. I need to find these molds and add this recipe to my list

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