Campfire Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores Pie

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Campfire Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores Pie

Gather around the campfire and get ready to have some kicked up chocolate chip cookie smores pie! We took the traditional campfire treat and kicked it up just a couple of notches. I’m not the biggest fan of graham crackers. I’m just not. I also am not a fan of graham crackers and chocolate together. Having said that, I came up with a Campfire Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores Pie that will knock your socks off! It still has the yummy chocolate and marshmallow with just cookie instead of the cracker.

First, I made these delicious EASY 30 Minute Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake Cups the other night and had some leftover chocolate chip cookie dough.  I also had some marshmallows on hand. The cookie dough was the packaged, pre-made kind, so it was really easy and fast. It makes things super fast when you can use ready made. Of course, I love to make things from scratch, but if time is an issue -pre made chocolate chip cookie dough is totally acceptable.

Remember, you can make any variation you want! Experiment and use what you have on hand, or what flavor combinations you love!


Campfire Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores Pie

Campfire Chocolate Chip Cookie Smores Pie


  • 1 Package of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (brand is your preference)
  • Marshmallows (however many you like)
  • 1 Can of Whipped Vanilla Icing
  • Couple of Hershey Bars (or any brand chocolate bar)
  • More melted Hershey’s chocolate with a little cream added for drizzable (that should be a word) sauce

Takes ,
serves 2-4


  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Press your cookie dough into a cast iron skilled about 1/2 inch in thickness. Cook for approximately 15 minutes. Check that the cookie is a nice brown color. Each oven varies and of course, each thickness varies in cooking time.
  3. Take out and let cool for 10 minutes. Now, put your oven on broil.
  4. Add chocolate bar and let melt for 5 minutes. Spread all over cookie. Once spread, let cool. Spread vanilla icing on top of chocolate then sprinkle marshmallows all over.
  5. Put into oven and you should most definitely not walk away. It only takes 30-45 seconds for marshmallows to brown. Of course, you could always torch the tops if you have a fancy creme brûlée’ torch.
  6. Finally, remove and top with chocolate sauce or sprinkles.

Enjoy!!! If you make this, please make sure to tag me so I can see it!




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