Baby’s Grand Adventure Shower: Indoor S’mores!

Toasted s’mores… made indoors! Allow your guests to roast their own marshmallows, or bake these treats in advance for a stunning shower dessert that’s delicious and unique!

Stack of toasted s\'mores on white dish

It’s a special day! Some fellow bloggers and I are gathering together to throw a baby shower in honor of Chelsea and her sweet baby! Hooray, Baby’s Grand Adventure Baby Shower Day!

I was tickled pink when Phi reached out to me about this little shower she was putting together for Chelsea because I’ve enjoyed following Chelsea’s blog and was thrilled to learn she was expecting her first child earlier this year. Because who doesn’t love when one of their friends is pregnant?

Chelsea, we’ve made a ton of fun things for your virtual baby shower, and we hope you enjoy this little celebration. We’re so excited for you and Chase and can’t wait to hear all about your little one when he or she arrives in January!

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    For the shower, I’ve made Indoor S’mores… with Andes Mints. Because, well, s’mores are pretty fabulous… and s’mores with Andes Mints are especially delicious… and because I thought s’mores indoors would be a little adventure for this celebration.

    These s’mores can be made two ways: By guests at the table using a kitchen torch or candle or before the shower in the oven. I made mine in the oven, simply because when it was time to take these photographs, I realized I didn’t have a kitchen torch.

    Yes, I know. Pregnancy brain at its finest.

    That being said, I think these s’mores would be an exciting treat for guests to make, toasting marshmallows to their personal favorite char, and then putting the slightly messy dessert together and enjoying. However, I understand if you’d rather make these in bulk and not have an open flame on your buffet table (or wherever you’re serving the desserts) because that will require monitoring to ensure everything goes off without a hitch.

    So… make the call you think is right for your guests and your own home. And if you make these in advance, try to pull them out of the oven when guests arrive, as the marshmallows get a bit stiff when they cool, and everyone loves a gooey s’more.

    Two bowls filled with ingredients next to graham crackers

    Here’s how I made mine:

    Stack of toasted s'mores on white dish
    Yield: 24 servings

    Indoor S'mores (with Andes Mints)

    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: 7 minutes
    Total Time: 17 minutes

    Toasted s'mores... made indoors! Allow your guests to roast their own marshmallows, or bake these treats in advance for a stunning shower dessert that's delicious and unique!


    • 24 large marshmallows
    • 24 Andes Mints, (or your favorite kind of chocolate)
    • 48 Graham crackers (24 sheets)


    If baking in advance

    1. Preheat the oven to 425°F, and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
    2. Prepare the s'mores: Set out the Graham crackers in two rows, making sure the number is even in each. (Be sure to know how many s'mores you want to make, and double that for the Graham cracker number, as one will go on the bottom and one will go on the top of the finished dessert.) On one row of Graham crackers, place marshmallows in the center of the crackers. On the other row of Graham crackers, place one to two Andes Mints (or piece of chocolate.)
    3. Transfer the baking sheet to the oven, and bake for 7 minutes, or until the marshmallows have bubbled up and browned, but not burned.
    4. Remove from the oven, and using a spatula, turn the Graham cracker sides with chocolate on top of the marshmallow'ed sides.
    5. Serve warm, and enjoy!

    If allowing guests to roast their own marshmallows

    1. Set out the ingredients to the s'mores, as well as skewers that guests can use to roast the marshmallows on.
    2. Place a kitchen torch or candle on the table (and be sure to have someone watching it while on so no one is burned and/or accidentally burns the table/ingredients/house down).
    3. Let guests prepare their own s'mores, and enjoy warm!

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    Nutrition Information:



    Serving Size:

    1 s'more

    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 160Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 144mgCarbohydrates: 31gFiber: 1gSugar: 13gProtein: 2g

    Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate.

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    Close up of stacked toasted s\'mores on plate

    And when everything was said and done with this shoot… I ate all three of these s’mores. Oops?

    Chelsea, I hope you enjoyed this and get a chance to try something sweet like this before your little one arrives!

    And before y’all head out, be sure to check out the other bloggers participating in Chelsea’s baby shower!

    What kind of foods do you like to eat at a baby shower?

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    1. I LOVE smores!! They are seriously one of my favorite things ever because they are delicious but also because they bring back fond memories of summer camp! I love these for the shower they are just perfect!

      1. I love s’mores, too, Lynn! Like you, they bring back fond memories of summer camp for me, both as a camper and a staffer. (One of my fellow staffers actually taught me the Andes Mint trick, and I’ve cherished it ever since!) So happy you enjoyed this post and recipe!

      1. Thanks so much! And I bet the baby wishes that — these are wonderful and oh-so-easy that whenever the baby is ready to try s’mores, they’ll be fun to assemble!

    2. Can I make a confession? Sometimes I make smores by melting the marshmallows in the microwave for 10 seconds. Desperate times call for desperate measures. 🙂 Smores are one of my ALL time favorite desserts and I can’t wait to try these with the andes mints!

      1. Umm, Trisha? That’s the best confession I’ve heard all day. And I love that you make s’mores in the microwave! Smart move!

        When you try these with the Andes Mints, let me know what you think of the combination!

    3. Oh my that looks so amazing
      Giving me some great ideas. Having a camping night in the living room with my girls and making these.

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