S’mores Cookies for Easter

These S’mores Cookies make the campfire favorite perfect for Easter. Get this delicious recipe for s’mores cookies everyone will love!

How cute are these little fellas? Little Buddy and I had a fun afternoon in the kitchen baking these cute bunny s’mores the other day. We started with our honey cinnamon cookies and went from there. Little Buddy had a blast spreading the melted chocolate on them and adding the melted marshmallows in between.

Won’t they be precious for Easter?

I think I’ll also make some shaped as chicks and eggs to go along with these cute bunnies and most likely dip them in the chocolate versus spreading the chocolate over the cookie. I think it might go faster and have a more even look, but for a nine year old helper I think they are absolutely the grandest thing ever!

Here’s how I make my S’mores Cookies that are perfect for Easter!

S’mores Cookies for Easter

These S'mores Cookies make the campfire favorite everyday accessible. Get this delicious recipe for s'mores cookies everyone will love!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time20 mins
Servings: 12 large cookies
Author: Robyn Stone

Ingredients

  • 1 recipe Honey Cinnamon Cookies
  • 8 ounces chocolate melted
  • 8 ounces marshmallows melted

Instructions

  • Bake Honey Cinnamon Cookies and allow to cool completely.
  • Dip cookies in melted chocolate and allow to dry.
  • Melt marshmallows and spread on one side of cookie.
  • Top with another cookie.

Variations:

  • Spread chocolate rather than dipping (as shown in photograph) Use marshmallow fluff in place of melted marshmallows

Enjoy!
Robyn xo

28 comments on “S’mores Cookies for Easter”

  1. very cute!!

  2. Adorable, I love the little marshmallow bunny tail!

  3. How cute are these? I love the bunny tail!

  4. The cookies are adorable! My daughter and I are going to make these!

  5. So cute! I bet those are super tasty!!

  6. I LOVE the looks of these cookies, and I’m sure they taste fantastic! Bookmarked:)

  7. So precious. I want that Easter bunny to come to my house.

  8. Well aren’t these the most adorable cookies ever? My son would go bananas for these. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Oh, how I love these! They turned out so adorable.

  10. Just love the little bunny tail!!

  11. How cute! And they look super yummy!

  12. What fun, and I love the little cotton tail peeking out. Plain s’mores with store bought ingredients are wonderful, but how much better they must be with your home made honey cinnamon cookies!

  13. Those are rather cute. I’d say this is a great project to do with kids. I love the idea of using marshmallos as tails.

  14. These are so stinking cute!

    I’d like to invite you to share this recipe with my linky, Sweet Tooth Friday. I hope to see you there.
    http://alli-n-son.com/2011/03/31/toffee-snickerdoodle-cookies/

  15. These are so cute! Perfect for Easter. I love the little cotton tail on these cookies too!

  16. These are absolutely adorable, and I’m quite sure delicious!

  17. What a great idea Robyn! My kids will love these!

  18. Oh my goodness those are adorable and scrumptious!! I love the little cotton tales 🙂

  19. These are SO adorable! Just tweeted it for you! Great idea and I hope you are well!

  20. This is soooo cute!! Glad to find your blog!

  21. They’re so cute, creative, and must taste divine!

  22. These are PRECIOUS!!! How did I miss them!

  23. I love the little cotton tail on these cookies too! Adorable, I love the little marshmallow bunny tail! They’re so cute, creative, and must taste divine! Perfect for Easter.

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  25. Hello there!
    I wanted to ask about the marshmallow’s gooeyness itself after storing the marshmallow cookie for about an hour. Will it be still gooey or will it harden (return to its original consistency)? I’m planning to make them in advance before serving it in my party.
    Thanks!

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