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Indoor Smores (Air Fryer Recipe)

by Karly

The best indoor smores are air fryer smores! The marshmallows come out so evenly cooked and perfectly golden, and you don’t have to worry about catching your ‘mallow on fire!

Stacked s'mores on a wooden plate

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We all love sitting around the fire telling stories, singing songs, and most importantly cooking our s’mores!

It is an all-time favorite experience passed from generation to generation. And there is absolutely no replacing that experience.

However, when it comes to the s’mores, we have definitely moved beyond the campfire. We have made s’mores flavored everything. Cereal, pop tarts, candy bars, granola bars, and more!

We’re also getting creative with cooking up the traditional s’mores without a fire. I’ve made them over my gas stove in a fit of desperation. Then I found this indoor smore’s kit and put it to use. This thing is pretty cool when you want to sit around with friends and toast marshmallows over a fire without making a big ol’ fire.

But then we discovered indoor s’mores in the air fryer and I think it’s my favorite method for a perfectly cooked mallow, smooth and melty chocolate, and the least amount of prep and clean up!

Plus, your house will smell like an ice cream shop from the graham crackers and marshmallows – smells like freshly baked ice cream cones and pure sugar. So delicious and way better than any candle. 😉

smores on a wooden plate next to an air fryer

Ingredient list:

Graham Crackers – We usually grab honey Grahams, but the cinnamon ones can add a fun touch.

Marshmallows – You can use regular marshmallows, but you can also get s’mores marshmallows and that is what we used in this recipe.

Candy Bars –A simple Hershey’s bar is the obvious choice, but we absolutely love s’mores made with Reese’s. Feel free to get creative and pop in your favorite candy!

Smores cooking in an air fryer basket

How to air fry smores:

These directions are for cooking four at a time. If your air fryer is smaller, no problem just cook one or two at a time.

Place four graham cracker squares (split a whole cracker in half) in your air fryer basket and top each of them with a mallow.

Cook these at 400 degrees F for about 5 minutes until the mallow is toasted to your preferred level.

Add your chocolate on top of the mallow and top with another graham cracker square.

Leave your air fryer turned off, but let the s’mores sit in your air fryer basket for another 30 seconds to allow the chocolate to melt.

candy bars on top of cooked marchmallows

Swaps & Substitutions:

Replace the graham crackers with Ritz for seriously outrageous s’mores. The sweet and salty are perfect together. You’ll want to use the regular-sized marshmallows for this as the giant s’mores mallows are too large.

Chocolate chip cookies (pre-packaged or homemade) would be a fun base for s’mores too! Try my air fryer cookie (split the dough into two cookies) as a tasty option!

I am a chocolate and peanut butter fanatic. It is only natural that I would replace the Hershey’s candy bar with Reese’s peanut butter cup. I do this every time I am making one for myself.

Likewise, we almost always keep a jar of Biscoff cookie butter and Nutella in our pantry. These both make fantastic substitutes for chocolate. Smear some right on the top cracker before smooshing together.

If you are into fruity things, bananas and strawberries can be piled on over your chocolate also!

close up of smores on a wooden plate


Why are they called smores?
It is a combo of the words “some more”. Trust us, if you eat one you will want smore!

Is it messy to eat smores?

Baby wipes are your best friend if you are feeding these to kids. Most adults can eat them without a big mess though!

More air fryer dessert recipes you might like:

Overhead view of smores cooking in an air fryer

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Close up of a cooked s'more

Indoor S'mores

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes

These air fried smores take 5 minutes to cook and you'll end up with perfectly golden and soft mallows under a sweet melted milk chocolate bar!


  • 4 sheets graham crackers
  • 4 marshmallows
  • 1 Hershey’s candy bar


  1. Carefully break the graham crackers in half to form 8 crackers.
  2. Place 4 of the graham cracker squares in the bottom of an air fryer basket. Top each with one marshmallow.
  3. Air fry at 400 degrees for 4-6 minutes or until the marshmallow is as toasted as you’d like.
  4. Break the candy bar into equal sized pieces and immediately place over the marshmallows. Top with the remaining graham crackers.
  5. Return to the air fryer for 30 seconds, with the air fryer turned off. The residual heat will melt the chocolate. 
  6. Enjoy immediately.


We used the large s'mores sized marshmallows in this recipe. They expand quite a bit and will be a bit messy to eat (as are all s'mores). The regular sized marshmallows don't get quite as large.

Swap out the Hershey's milk chocolate for your candy bar of your choice, such as Reese's, for a fun twist.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 216Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 117mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 1gSugar: 21gProtein: 3g

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Jan Paschke March 23, 2022 - 11:28 pm

Which air fryer do you recommend? Looking for a large size

Karly March 24, 2022 - 4:07 am

We reviewed a few of our favorites here: https://airfried.com/air-fryer-recommendation/


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