S'mores recipe: sweet apple and toasted marshmallow

Use up homegrown apples in this delicious s'mores recipe – perfect for Halloween and Bonfire Night

S'mores recipe
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Here's our take on classic s'mores recipe, the delicious American-style seasonal treats. The traditional s'more usually consists of toasted marshmallows and chocolate sauce in a sandwich of Graham crackers. 

Some recipes use cookies (ginger snaps work well) to sandwich the delicious chocolate and marshmallow filling. Our version of this campfire treat uses apple slices instead of biscuits for a healthier seasonal spin that eases up on the sugar but is still delicious. It means they're the perfect way to use up those leftover apples in the garden.

It's getting chillier out so this recipe is great timing for gathering round the fire pit to toast marshmallows. Read on for the super easy recipe and have fun making them over half term.


Seasonal treats

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  • 4 thick slices of apple
  • 20g peanut butter
  • 40g dark chocolate, melted
  • 8 marshmallows, toasted


1. Slice the apples horizontally to make four sturdy slices.

2. Spread peanut butter over each slice of apple.

3. Snap the chocolate into squares and put in a bowl. Microwave until melted, then drizzle on top of the peanut butter.

4. Place the marshmallows onto metal skewers and toast over an open flame on a fire pit or barbecue. Using a fork, carefully slide the marshmallows off the skewers and onto the chocolate.

5. To finish, drizzle over the remaining melted chocolate. Enjoy!

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Sarah Wilson
Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson has been a lifestyle journalist for many years, writing about gardens since 2015. She's written for Gardeningetc.com, Livingetc, Homes & Gardens, as well as Country Homes & Interiors and Modern Gardens magazines. 

Her own (small urban) garden is a work in progress  - so many ideas, not enough space to cram them in. Hero plants include her ever growing collection of ornamental grasses, black bamboo and ferns, and the perennials like salvias and penstemons that come back reliably year after year. All very restrained though when in fact she'd love to pack her garden with gaudy dahlias and giant cannas, so these are top of her wish list for what to grow next.