Mmmm buttery cookies, caramel, chocolate, marshmallow, and a sprinkle of sea salt make this Salted Caramel S’mores Recipe one of the best ways to enjoy s’mores!
This is definitely an adult s’mores and my kids prefer regular s’mores. But hey if your kids like salted caramel and fancy butter cookies they’ll love these s’mores!
Tell your hips I said I’m sorry in advance! You’re going to make these and they’re just going to have to deal with it.
Salted Caramel S’Mores Use What You Love
These can be made in a myriad of ways but I’ll just give the basics and you can switch it up however you want.
For instance, I used these GORGEOUS and delicious buttery Breton Galletes. Use ANY buttery shortbread style cookie you can find in your stores. It doesn’t HAVE to be fancy imported butter cookies. Want them and can’t find them locally? Grab them on Amazon!
Ghirardelli Milk and Caramel Squares worked well but use any kind of chocolate-covered caramel you can get. They sell bulk tubs of chocolate covered caramels at Costco, they’re big but they work!
Now they even have salted caramel squares so you’re set! Salted Caramel has definitely become more popular and brands are catching up to the demand, so a quick check down the candy aisle will yield lots of choices.
Use any soft puffy marshmallows you like. I don’t recommend homemade marshmallows for s’mores because in my experience they puff up and melt. Not what you’re looking for in a s’more.
Sea salt is again your preference, use what you have or love. Even kosher salt works just fine for flakes.
I think as long as you have melted marshmallow, caramel/chocolate, crunchy cookie, and sea salt you’re good, so have fun.
And invite me. No, seriously invite me over.
Salted Caramel S'mores
Tell your hips I said I'm sorry in advance! You're going to make these Salted Caramel S'Mores and they're just going to have to deal with it.
- 4 Breton Galletes, or any thin buttery cookie
- 4 marshmallows
- 2 Ghirardelli Milk&Caramel Squares, or use whatever chocolate caramels you have
- 2 pinches Fluer de Sel
- smash marshmallows slightly, toast until golden brown
- place one toasted marshmallow on a Breton Gallete
- place opened chocolate on top, add pinch of salt
- place second toasted marshmallow on top
- top with second Breton Gallete, repeat to make a second s'more
you can easily make these inside if you have to:
- place marshmallows on a lined cookie sheet, smash slightly
- broil for 1-2 minutes
- proceed as the recipe calls for
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13 thoughts on “Salted Caramel S’mores”
HA! I know : ) thanks!
hahaha, I would so happily just deal with it! These s’mores look amazinggg! <3!
I happily consume what they don’t–they have no clue and we’ll keep it that way!!
The kids will be sorry. They don’t know what they’re missing!
I’d never met anyone who says “it’s TOO chocolatey for me, thanks!” ALL THREE of mine do!
I am so hungry now! These look amazing!
OMG this is the best idea for s’mores!
Ha! Thanks! my butt kinda hates me but oh well!
These look soooooo good. Totally need to make these. And then I will invite you over to help me eat them, so I don’t eat them all Xoxo
I love how you took S’mores and kicked it up a few notches! I totally need to try this 🙂 XOXO
Wow! You just did something I didn’t think was possible. You took one of my favorite treats, and made it better! Why did I never think to add caramel to a s’mores before? Scheduled your post to be shared on Twitter today, thanks for sharing with us at the Friday Frenzy!
wooowoooo I LOVE this recipe and because the ingredients are flexible as long as you have salt and caramels you are GOOD TO GO!