You’re not experiencing deja vu, this is another eggless cookie dough recipe! This time it’s made with graham cracker crumbs, chocolate chips and mini cereal marshmallows! I’m a big fan of treats that can be made in just a few minutes but taste like the best, most indulgent, bite you can take. The combination of flavors in this cookie dough recipe is just that. In fact, we once took it over the top and made this into some s’mores during a BBQ. We used graham crackers, room temperature cookie dough, a roasted marshmallow and some more chocolate and made it into the most decadent s’mores filled s’mores sandwich you’ve ever seen. I actually would have done that for you all with this recipe but these little bites have more in store for them tomorrow!
Eggless S’mores Cookie Dough is a great snack on its own or as a topping in things like ice cream, cupcakes, or oatmeal. This recipe is a variation of the incredibly popular Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. Just like that recipe, this one comes together in just a few minutes and can be frozen for later.
- chocolate chips
- raisins and instant oats
- peanut butter chips
- toffee chips
- white chocolate chips
- crushed or chopped nuts
- S’mores [this page!]
- mini M&Ms
- Oreo pieces
- waffle cone pieces
- mini chunks of your favorite candy bar
Put the butter and sugars in the stand mixer.
In a bowl with a mixer or a stand mixer, cream the butter and sugars. until they are noticeably lighter in color and very fluffy. This usually takes a couple of minutes.
Add in water and vanilla and mix for a couple of seconds. Add in flour, graham cracker crumbs and salt. Mix for a few seconds, then add in the mini cereal marshmallows chocolate chips and mix until all combined.
The chips and mini cereal marshmallows are so small they won’t break apart in there. If you are worried or use an alternate type of mix in that is more fragile, use a spatula or whisk to incorporate the mix-ins.
- 1 stick softened unsalted butter
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 1/3 cup packed brown sugar
- 2 tbsp water (you can use milk if you want, but I like leaving these out at room temperature)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
- 3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs , as finely as you can get them, to an almost flour consistency
- 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 cup mini semisweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup mini cereal marshmallows
- In a bowl with a mixer or a stand mixer, cream the butter and sugars. until they are noticeably lighter in color and very fluffy. This usually takes a couple of minutes.
- Add in water and vanilla and mix for a couple of seconds.
- Add in flour, salt and chocolate chips and mix until all combined.
- The chips are so small they won't break apart in there. If you are worried or use an alternate type of mix in that is more fragile, use a spatula or whisk to incorporate the mix-ins.
Interesting, putting smores into doughs! Those look fun for many different cooking projects.
Yummy! I love S’mores and will take them any way I can get them—even in cookie dough! Sounds so good!
oh…trust me… in cookie dough form you will be spoiled off the original. haha.
This recipe looks and sounds delicious! I would love to make these sometime!
Everything you make always looks so good. This sounds amazing.
Aww how sweet! Thank you!
These look SO good! I cannot wait to make this s’mores cookie dough recipe!
Careful, it is addicting!
Oh I love this treat! I’ll have to make it for my kids – I know they would love it, too!
Cookie dough is always a huge hit in our house 🙂
I have never tasted a Smores cookie. I bet they are tasty – we do like smores.
Oh yes, they are divine! And the cookie dough has a delicious buttery graham cracker flavor
That looks and sounds divine! We love camping and s’mores. This is perfEct for summer.
S’mores just mean summer to me, I love them 🙂 I hope once the kids are a bit older we can take them camping.
My brother and husband loves s’mores! They will enjoy this recipe!
I hope they love it!
Oh man, I really want to make this. Looks so good!
This sounds amazing! We can’t use our fire pit for s’mores right now, so this is a fabulous substitute!
Wow, this sounds like an amazing treat (not be shared!)/ I always worry about salmonella poisoning from cookie dough, so this is a great solution! Congrats on the growing site 🙂
One- this is amazing and I cannot wait to try it. Two- congratulations on moving on up!!!!!
Oh, yum! I have a real weakness for cookie dough. I know I shouldn’t eat it without baking, but quite a bit just never makes it to the cookie sheets!
The s’mores flavor profile is such a delicious classic. While your site is undergoing an upgrade, I will be getting fat from your amazing recipes!
This looks so good. I am all about cookie dough!
I’m definitely going to have to try this. I love these flavors but I’m not a huge fan of eggs!
OMG, I need these in my life immediately! You have combined two of the best treats in the world into one uber treat! Congratulations, you wonderful mad food scientist!
These look delicious! I showed the recipe to my kids and they are begging me to make some! Thanks for this awesome dessert!
I think I may the only person who doesn’t like S’mores. The first time I tried it was in camp when I was little and I didn’t like it all, which made me popular because each night by the campfire who ever sat next to me would get my S’more! 🙂
I want to sit next to you at a campfire now! I actually love smore’s more in other forms. The cracker intact is sort of “eh” to me.
I have to be honest. I probably won’t cook these. Since there’s no egg, I’ll probably just eat the dough with the kids. 😉
Hahaha! I wouldn’t blame you one bit!
Mmmm! Looks amazing. My girls LOVE s’mores (who doesn’t?!?) Will have to give these a try! Especially now that it’s too hot to turn on the oven!
Oh my goodness, they will LOVE them! My oldest wanted the whole bowl!
That is so great! Without eggs, I can eat this cookie dough raw, and we all know that’s when it tastes the best! =D
Oh man, that sounds awesome. I am definitely making this for my kids.