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S’Mores are pretty much the epitome of summer, and this amazingly addictive, ooey gooey S’Mores Dip will definitely be your next favorite take on this classic summer treat.
I know what you’re thinking. S’Mores? As a dip?? Mind. Blown. It’s chocolatey, it’s marshmallowy, and it’s so addictive that your seven year old might not be able to help himself from scooping it up with his fingers at 7 am.
Satisfying your S’Mores Tooth (yes that’s totally a thing) really doesn’t get much simpler than this easy, three ingredient S’Mores Dip. It’s perfect for dipping graham crackers or cookies, or fresh fruit like strawberries or apples.
I’ve seen other S’Mores Dip recipes that call for melting chocolate chips, but I wanted to be able to skip that step. This recipe will bring this dip together in under five minutes and with just three ingredients – Hershey’s Chocolate Spread, Marshmallow Fluff and Sweetened Condensed Milk. Just mix the ingredients together in a bowl and serve. BOOM.
- 13 ounce jar Hershey Chocolate Spread
- 7 ounce jar Marshmallow Fluff divided
- 14 ounce can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- Combine ingredients (except a couple tablespoons of marshmallow fluff) together in a bowl.
- Take the remaining fluff and swirl it gently over the top of the dip for a beautiful swirly effect (this step isn't necessary, but it serves as a very pretty finish).
- Serve with graham crackers, pretzels, cookies, or fresh fruit.
Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
Looking for more S’Mores? Try these:
S’Mores Free Printable Gift Tag
For more summer inspired desserts, try these:
Triple Berry Sugar Cookie Cobbler
Strawberry Lemonade Icebox Cake
For all desserts go HERE and for all recipes go HERE.
This was a big hit with the family. What do you do with the left overs? Refrigerate?
Because of the sweetened condensed milk it should be refrigerated. Then allowed to come to room temp to serve again.
Do you really not need to heat this mixture? Does it mix or combine well without heat?
Thank you, Shannon
If it’s not mixing smooth enough for you, you could heat up the marshmallow a little to soften it. But you really shouldn’t need to. It might take a little effort but it really does come out nice and smooth.