Make Campfire S’mores in a Bag as a Brilliant Camping & Cookout Idea!

Campfire S'mores in a Bag

yield: 1 SERVINGS

prep time: 2 MINUTES

cook time: 3 MINUTES

total time: 5 MINUTES

Directions

1

Roast marshmallows to desired doneness and add into the bag of cookies. Then pour in chocolate chips.

2

Mix contents up with a fork and eat from the bag!

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eating a diy s'mores in a bag while camping

Love gooey melted chocolate s’mores? Try s’mores in a bag!

These easy campfire s’mores in a bag will remind you of the best parts of being a kid! They’re a genius cookout and camping dessert idea and a brilliant way to serve s’mores. Just mix warm and gooey roasted marshmallows with small bags of graham cracker cookies! In fact, some even call these traveling s’mores! SO yum!

How fun for camping trips, scouting events, or even outdoor family gatherings this summer! My kids LOVED making s’mores in a bag. This idea is definitely a winner!

ingredients to make traveling s'mores with individual snack cookies

Grab these EASY ingredients for s’mores in a bag!

You basically just need small individual bags of cookies like Teddy Grahams, chocolate chips or chocolate bars, and marshmallows. I personally thought using the bags of Keebler Fudge Stripes was even easier because you can skip the chocolate and just add your roasted marshmallows!

fudge stripe cookies with marshmallows

In fact, when we camp, we just use those full-sized cookies and marshmallows – YUM!

roasting marshmallows to make campfire smores in a bag as a cookout or camping dessert idea

So many ways to roast marshmallows!

I love this easy dessert idea because it’s not only for camping! You can, of course, roast marshmallows over a campfire in the wilderness the old-fashioned way, but a fire pit in the backyard, an outdoor BBQ grill, an indoor oven set to broil, or even a gas stovetop burner will do in a pinch.

Of course, whichever method you toast up your marshmallows, you’ll want to supervise it all, especially with small kiddos.

Hip Tip: We love the marshmallow roasting sticks from Dollar Tree. In fact, here are 20 of our favorite camping hacks using Dollar Tree supplies!

roasted marshmallows

mixing marshmallows in a bag

fork digging into walking s'mores in a bag


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Campfire S'mores in a Bag

yield: 1 SERVINGS

prep time: 2 MINUTES

cook time: 3 MINUTES

total time: 5 MINUTES

Try this fun and easy version of ooey gooey camping s'mores this summer!

Directions

1

Roast marshmallows to desired doneness and add into the bag of cookies. Then pour in chocolate chips.

2

Mix contents up with a fork and eat from the bag!

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campfire smores in a bag served on a plastic spoon

Yummy melted camping s’mores on the go!

We loved both the graham cracker cookies and the fudge cookies version! You could definitely experiment with different snack cookies. I love that it’s a fun and easy no-fuss treat. I’m so doing this the next time we go camping!


Check out our other yummy camping and grilling recipe ideas!


Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 10 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in Today.com, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.


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Comments 12

  1. Lori

    Yummy! Yeah those roasting sticks from dollar tree are great!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks Lori! Yep those rock!

  2. Deb

    I see a theme here: walking tacos, Capri Sun, s’mores in a bag…

  3. JASVD

    You can do s’mores in an ice cream cone. Good for kids because they can just hold the cone and not get marshmallow all over their hands.

    • Lisa

      Could you elaborate how that works, please? I’m intrigued.

      • Amber

        I’m imagining mini marshmallows and chocolate chips, probably wrapped in foil?

        • Amber

          Probably crumble the graham cracker in there too…

        • Lisa

          Thank you, Lina. I’m totally a visual learner…I get it now! Appreciate the link.

  4. Chrissy Goff

    I have never had smores but this doesn’t sound good to me. Just my opinion…..

    • Jessi

      can’t knock it till you tried it ;-P

    • Karen

      I thought the same thing.

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