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Double Chocolate S'mores Brownies

Updated: Nov 1, 2020

So far, the Double Chocolate Fudge Brownies with Pumpkin Spice Buttercream from our fall cookbook leads the way for most made recipes by you all! If you’ve made them, you may not think it’s possible to take it up a notch, but this bonus recipe for Double Chocolate S'mores Brownies does just that! 

These are great for a cozy movie night indoors or skip the marshmallow roasting and bring them to the next bonfire. I’m now daydreaming about myself on the couch this weekend with my favorite fuzzy socks, sweats, a blanket, a great movie, and these decadent babies on a plate. 

We hope they bring you as much comfort as they do us. And the BEST don’t need to let these cool too long before slicing them up to indulge! We promise you won’t regret making these!

Double Chocolate S'mores Brownies

Serves 16-24


Double Fudge Brownies (Recipe page 23)

For The Graham Cracker Crust

2 cups crushed graham crackers

⅓ cup sugar

5 TBS butter, melted

1 tsp vanilla

For The Marshmallow Topping

16 oz. marshmallow fluff or marshmallow cream


See recipe for the Double Chocolate Fudge Brownies with Pumpkin Spice Butter Cream in your fall cookbook and prepare brownie recipe as instructed (page 23).

Pour brownie mixture over baked graham cracker crust (see instructions below) and bake brownies according to the directions in your cookbook. Be careful when pouring batter over the crust because the crust will have a tendency to stick to batter and move with it when spreading. See notes below for a spreading technique. 

For The Graham Cracker Crust

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until incorporated! Press firmly into a 9 x 13 inch brownie pan and bake 10-15 min at 350 degrees F. Crust should be golden brown and slightly crisp. 

For The Marshmallow Topping

Give the marshmallow fluff a quick stir. When brownies are done and while still hot, spread the fluff over the top.

Again, see notes below for spreading technique because while your brownies will be pretty firm, the top may produce little brownie crumbs that will mix into your fluff if you’re too rough with spreading. It will still taste good, just may not look as pretty.

“Roasting” Marshmallow Topping

If desired, place your finished S'mores Brownies under your broiler for a roasted marshmallow finish. Broil them to your desired color. Broilers work quickly, so don’t walk away! Be sure to check on them about every 30 seconds to a minute and rotate the pan for evenness if needed! We usually broil for a total time of 2-3 minutes.

Feel free to top with any remaining graham cracker crumbs. Try to let them sit at least 10 minutes before digging in, if possible!


  • 5 Point Spreading Method - Place a heaping of batter in each of the 4 corners, reserving a majority of the batter for the center of the pan. Start spreading from the center out. The batter is thick, so press firmly but lift your spatula slowly because if you don’t the batter will stick to the spatula, the crust will stick to the batter, and your crust will lift and break underneath.

  • Use a butter knife or smaller spatula to spread the marshmallow fluff. I find it easier to control the stickiness. It also doesn’t hurt to lightly grease your knife or spatula with some oil or butter to help it not stick as much.

Enjoy, and if you make these at home, please tag us and use the hashtag #vibeyellow

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