Candy Cane Smores

Put a holiday touch on your summer favorite treat. Candy Cane Smores – a fun treat for kids and not only to make while waiting for Santa Claus.Put a holiday touch on your summer favorite treat. Candy Cane Smores from

If I have to choose one local store to buy chocolate World Market would be my choice.

I love that no matter what time of the year I do I find good quality European chocolate. Don’t get me wrong, I love all kinds of chocolate, but I have to say, Belgian chocolate is the way to this girl’s heart.

The local (and by that I mean the closest one) World Market is a little out-of-the-way but we do manage to visit it every other weekend.

Last weekend we got in the area and of course I had to stock up on some chocolate. Browsing through the isles, day dreaming and checking new products I got to the Christmas area.

Candy cane, peppermint bark, mints and all kinds of treats and up above, on the highest shelf, there it was a box with peppermint smores.

The temptation was big, i have to admit, but the $2.99 price tag for one tiny bite of peppermint s’more kinda stopped me.

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I told myself, i can do that. I don’t have to pay $3 for it. I mean, it’s not big deal to make smores.

You toast the marshmallow, pack it between chocolate and graham cracker and you’re done.  Right?

With a little bit of practice and after burning one pan I figured out how to make smores indoor.

It’s easy, but you have to work fast.

Let me show you how. 

Candy Cane S’mores

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 2 minutes

10 minutes

Yield: 16 s'mores

Candy Cane S’mores

Candy Cane S’mores - a fun treat for kids and not only to make while waiting for Santa Claus.


  • 16 graham crackers squares (8 crackers halved)
  • 16 big marshmallows
  • 1 cup semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 5 tbsp heavy cream
  • crushed candy cane


  1. Heat the oven to 300F.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl place the chocolate chips and heavy cream and heat until melted and smooth, stirring every 30 seconds.
  3. Line the graham crackers on a cookie sheet, top with a marshmallow and place in the oven for about 2 minutes or until the marshmallows are slightly golden on top and puffed.
  4. As soon as you get the pan out of the oven, pour the melted chocolate in a pastry bag, cut the tip with the scissors (a small hole) and pipe over the toasted marshmallows.
  5. Sprinkle candy cane on top and enjoy!

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Check out what tempting Christmas treats others made as part of the 12 weeks to Christmas treats, event started by Brenda at Meal Planning Magic

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  1. Suzanne Perazzini says

    Everyday we were in Paris and then London recently on a quick holiday, we bought four of the best chocolates we could find and then savoured them slowly. Unfortunately that has spoilt ordinary chocolate for me – it will never taste good again. So, I agree with you – the choice of the chocolate you use in great recipe like this makes or breaks it.

  2. Becky says

    I love the idea of candy cane s’mores. They look so festive and yummy. I’ll be making these for sure. Pinning!

  3. says

    I bought peppermint bark Ghirardelli that I’m on this baking with candy kick;-) I’m thinking of what to do with it, maybe make smores??!! Wonderful creative idea for the holidays;-)

  4. says

    Oh, the weather outside is frightful…at least here in Canada. Which means, Christmas is fast approaching. At my last count, it’s 7 weeks away! And these candy cane s’mores smell like Christmas…woohoo…

  5. Suzanne Platt (@YouMadeThatblog) says

    Oh these are just perfect! I love, that you bake it and not do it over a fire. Mint and chocolate just go together. Wish I had a pan of those right in front of me!

  6. says

    It took me ages (okay it’s just a few days) to read this post after I mean to check it out. I love this!!!! So pretty and so delicious. My kids and I will go crazy without doubt. Thank you for this quick and easy recipe!!!

  7. Ash says

    I just made these – here are some tips that others might find useful:

    – I didn’t have a pastry bag, so I just used a regular ziplock which worked fine
    – however, the chocolate was HOT, so make sure you have a towel or something between your hand and the chocolate. I burnt myself!
    – these lasted pretty well sitting out overnight. The marshmallow didn’t get stale – I would just say it got chewy (which still tasted delicious!). The chocolate stayed soft (didn’t harden up like I expected)
    – make sure that the marshmallow isn’t underdone. It actually took me way more than 2 minutes for them to puff up (maybe my oven rack was too low)…it took mine over 5 minutes, and they weren’t even fully done. If it isn’t puffy and toasted, the marshmallow won’t fall flat properly when you drizzle chocolate and it’ll be hard to take a bite!

    They were DELICIOUS and pretty easy!

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