S’mores Swirled Brownies

Smores Saturday on Craft Quickies

Hello, hello!  It’s that magical day again: S’mores Saturdays!  But today is an EXTRA magical S’mores Saturday because IT IS NATIONAL S’MORES DAY!!!  What other excuse could you possibly need to go roast up some marshmallows or try one of my recipes?!  YUM!  I posted this S’mores Swirled Brownies as a guest post last month on the fabulous blog Sweet Rose Studio.  I am so honored to have posted there, and I am excited to share my s’mores brownies here today.

S'mores Swirled Brownies from Sarah of Craft Quickies. Elegant and grown-up looking, but kid-friendly in taste! YUM!

I wanted to make s’mores brownies for a friend’s birthday last month, but I wanted them to feel “grown up.”  So, rather than throwing a ton of mini marshmallows on top of them I decided to try using a technique that I use to make cheesecake brownies and swirl marshmallow fluff through the brownies.  I am pleased with the result, and I know you will love how amazingly easy they were to make!  Check out the recipe below.

S'mores Swirled Brownies from Sarah of Craft Quickies. Elegant and grown-up looking, but kid-friendly in taste! YUM!

S’mores Swirled Brownies

S’mores Swirled Brownies


  • brownie mix of your choice and the ingredients needed to make it (I used the Ghradelli's Double Chocolate brownie mix.)
  • heaping 1/2 cup of marshmallow fluff
  • 1-2 graham crackers


  1. Mix up the brownies as instructed on the box and pour the batter into a greased baking pan.
  2. Measure out a heaping 1/2 cup of marshmallow fluff into a mug. Warm the marshmallow fluff in the microwave for 15 seconds and stir it up.
  3. Spoon dollops of the warm marshmallow fluff on top of your brownie batter, spreading the dollops out evenly throughout the pan.
  4. Take a knife and gently run it through the marshmallow fluff and batter so that it spreads into thin swirls throughout the pan. C
  5. rush your graham cracker up by placing it into a ziploc bag and pounding it a bit with your hand and sprinkle the crumbs and pieces on top of your brownies.
  6. Bake your brownies using the temperature and baking time directed on the box. I decided to cover my brownies with foil for 30 minutes of cooking so that the marshmallow fluff wouldn’t brown too much, so I had to increase my baking time some. Rather than 40-45 minutes total, which is what the box called for, I did an hour total, 30 minutes with foil and 30 minutes without. They are extra gooey and moist thanks to the marshmallow fluff!
  7. Allow them to cool a bit, and then cut and enjoy!

If you enjoyed this recipe then be sure to check out all of the other recipes in the S’mores Saturdays series!  Let’s recap, since you will OBVIOUSLY need one in order to celebrate this very important national holiday.  😉

S'mores Saturdays Collage for National S'mores Day S’mores Push Pops, Roundup of 75 S’mores Inspired Recipes, S’mores Dipped Strawberries, S’mores Shake, S’mores Dippers, S’mores Bars, S’mores Pancakes, and Easy S’mores Bites.

And, of course, last week’s recipe for S’mores Fudge.  Yum, yum, yum!

S'mores Fudge by Craft Quickies

For more s’mores recipe inspiration see my S’mores Recipes board on Pinterest!  I have some serious problems.  Clearly.

HAPPY NATIONAL S’MORES DAY!!!  Have a yummy one!!

Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah is the scattered creative mind behind Bombshell Bling. A former elementary school teacher and a current stay-at-home mom, she loves developing her creativity through her blog and her jewelry design business, Bombshell Bling Jewelry. Sarah is a lover of all things vintage, colorful, and BLING. She is also a sweets addict with a major obsession with s'mores.
Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah Westover McKenna



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