Berry S’mores

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These berry s’mores are an easy & delicious summer dessert. Fresh berries combine with melty chocolate, toasted marshmallows and graham crackers for an irresistible combination of flavors and textures.

a stack of 3 Berry S'mores


In the summer, our fridge is always full of fresh berries!

These berry s’mores are a great way to enjoy summer’s harvest! They’re easy to make and are the most delicious s’mores ever, along with these cookie dough s’mores!

We love making these as a festive Memorial Day or 4th of July dessert!

a stack of 3 Berry S'mores with a strawberry and a lit sparkler on top

Berry S’mores: Ingredients & Substitutions

  • Graham Crackers. Choose your favorite, use a gluten-free variety if you need to make the s’mores gluten-free.
  • Marshmallows. I suggest using large marshmallows (not jumbo). Or make your own homemade for an even tastier treat.
  • Chocolate. Dark chocolate goes so well with the fresh berries, but you can choose your favorite.
Berry S'mores with the ingredients labeled

How to Make Berry S’mores

We make s’mores year round in our house. It’s one of my kids’ favorite desserts, and they’re so easy and fun to make. When the weather is nice, we roast the marshmallows on our fire pit.

In the colder months we roast our marshmallows over the open burners on our stove. And sometimes we just use the microwave.

one Berry S'more with blueberries

Begin by laying out the ingredients before roasting the marshmallows.

Lay out your grahams with the chocolate on top, select which berries you’ll use and have them in a bowl ready to go. You have to be quick to get that warm marshmallow to melt the dark chocolate.

Once the ingredients are laid out, roast the marshmallow then slide it onto the chocolate.

Quickly place berries on top of warm marshmallow and cover with the second graham cracker.

3 Berry S'mores being assembled - putting berries on the toasted marshmallow

Serve immediately so the ingredients are warm.

up close stack of 3 Berry S'mores

    Berry S’mores Recipe FAQs

    Can I use frozen berries?

    I do not recommend using frozen berries. They have a different texture and too much moisture.

    Can I use jam in place of berries?

    Absolutely, spread your favorite jam over one half of the graham cracker, and place the chocolate on the other half.

    a stack of 3 Berry S'mores with a sparkler on top

    Berry S’mores

    Laura
    These berry s'mores are an easy & delicious summer dessert. Fresh berries combine with melty chocolate, toasted marshmallows and graham crackers for an irresistible combination of flavors and textures. Great for your 4th of July celebrations and bonfires!
    5 from 2 votes
    Course Dessert
    Cuisine American
    Servings 3 S’mores
    Calories 149.3
    Prep Time5 minutes
    Cook Time2 minutes
    Total Time7 minutes

    Ingredients 
     

    Instructions 

    • Break each graham cracker into two pieces.
    • Place chocolate on one piece of graham cracker.
    • Choose the berries you want ot use and set them in a bowl near the crackers and chocolate.
    • Roast the marshmallows over an open flame to your desired doneness.
    • Carefully slide the marshmallow onto the chocolate.
    • Quickly place berries on top of warm marshmallow and cover with the second graham cracker.
    • Enjoy!

    Notes

    Ingredient Substitution Notes
    • Graham Crackers. Choose your favorite, use a gluten-free variety if you need to make the s’mores gluten-free.
    • Marshmallows. I suggest using large marshmallows (not jumbo). Or make your own homemade for an even tastier treat.
    • Chocolate. Dark chocolate goes so well with the fresh berries, but you can choose your favorite.

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1s’more | Calories: 149.3kcal | Carbohydrates: 22g | Protein: 2.3g | Fat: 7.5g | Saturated Fat: 4.2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.6g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.6g | Sodium: 72.9mg | Potassium: 34.3mg | Fiber: 2.1g | Sugar: 9.9g | Vitamin A: 15IU | Vitamin C: 3.5mg | Calcium: 16mg | Iron: 0.6mg

    Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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    26 Comments

    1. I love this nutritious addition to your standard smores recipe! Wishing I had a batch of these on the 4th – looks delicious!

    2. Not gonna lie, I want the whole stack. It’s crazy this is the first time I’ve seen fruit added to s’mores. It seems like the perfect addition! Can’t wait to add to mine!

    3. I’m all about the smores!! just shared my own dairy free version, but love the idea of adding berries!

    4. OMG we are totally on the same page this week! I posted a similar recipe video 🙂 Can’t go wrong with S’mores!

    5. It sounds like you really got a winner there with your family; I totally agree that you need to set out all the ingredients before roasting the marshmallows. Thank you so much for recommending using berries. I would love to try that now.

    6. This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that?” recipes! I love love loved s’mores as a child and those berries just look like they belong!

    7. These are so insanely gorgeous! I love the idea of adding berries – I’ve never thought of doing that with s’mores.