S’mores Skillet Dip

Recipe & Photos by Tory Hallenburg

How To Make S’mores Skillet Dip

This is the best S'mores dip recipe for a crowd. It’s perfect for batching S'mores without the hassle of roasting sticks and comes together in one cast iron skillet over an open flame or in the oven! This dip is a great recipe to make as a dessert for a dinner party or a kiddos birthday party where roasting individual S'mores might not be the best option. Get creative with your S'mores ingredients - below we’ve listed several other options for topping additions.

How to Make
S'mores Dip

Servings: 6-10 | Prep Time: 5 min | Cook Time: 10-20 min | Total Time: ~25 min


  • 1 bag (12 ounces) semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup dark chocolate chunks or candy of choice
  • 1 (12 ounces) bag marshmallows (regular or mini)
  • 1 package graham crackers (for dipping)

Optional Add-Ins:

  1. Mini peanut butter cups
  2. Shredded coconut
  3. Toasted nuts
  4. Heath bar toffee bits
  5. Butterfinger baking bits
  6. Pretzel chips (for dipping)
  7. Gluten-free crackers (for dipping)
  8. Potato chips (for dipping)


  • Open Fire (Fit Pit) or Oven
  • 10-inch All-In-One Cast Iron Skillet
  • Suede Leather Hot Pad
  • Enamel Plates


Prepare the Skillet

  1. Add the chocolate chips and additional chocolate candy to the skillet.
  2. Place the skillet over low heat and let the chocolate just barely melt.
  3. Remove from heat and top with marshmallows.

Cook the S'mores

  1. Cover with a lid and return to low heat.
  2. If using a grill, put charcoal on the lid to cook through the marshmallows.
  3. If using an oven, remove the lid and broil on low until marshmallows are golden.


  1. Remove from heat and serve immediately with additional garnishes, graham crackers, pretzels, or chips for dipping.


  1. Measurements are flexible; adjust chocolate and marshmallows to taste.
  2. The skillet will stay hot after cooking, so use a pot holder to avoid burns.


Tory is a commercial and lifestyle photographer and designer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her expertise includes photography, videography, creative direction, and design, delivering inspired and timeless visuals. Outside of work, Tory enjoys gardening, exploring the mountains, and hosting dinner gatherings. She also loves traveling and capturing the beauty of new places.

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