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Time to get your s’mores on with these delicious S’mores Pastries.

S'mores Pastries
S’mores Pastries

Welcome to the first day of July! And welcome to another fantastic recipe!

One bite of these gooey S’mores Pastries and you will immediately be transformed to childhood campfires.

I love the flaky crust and the gooey, melty chocolate.

If some marshmallow escapes during baking, you even wind up with a little golden color.

We eat these a lot in the summer when it’s too hot to go outside and enjoy a real campfire, we can have a campfire treat right in the air conditioned comfort of our home.

Of course you don’t really have to make these only when it’s too hot outside, you can enjoy them anytime – and yes, we’ve even been known to make them for breakfast a time or two.

We chose these this week because the theme was Fourth of July Fun, and first of all, what’s more fun than s’mores?

And secondly, with fourth of July right around the corner, we have been making all kinds of fun treats to celebrate.

We had a blast the other night with a BBQ, and made up treats to share of all kinds.

These were on the menu, and everyone devoured them. Oh, did I happen to mention they are fairly simple to make?

S'mores Pastries

Recipe for S’mores Pastries

S’mores Pastries for Fourth of July Fun
These little S’mores Pastries are a quick, easy treat anytime, but seem to be perfect for summertime fun!
4.84 from 6 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Desserts and Sweets
Cuisine American
Servings 12


  • 1 box Puff Pastry 2 sheets, thawed
  • ¾ c. crushed graham crackers
  • Marshmallow Fluff about 2 Tbs. per pastry
  • small Hershey’s bars 1 per pastry


  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  • Unroll the dough and cut into large squares. I got six from each dough sheet.
  • Lay the dough squares out on a cookie sheet or baking pan.
  • Evenly distribute the graham cracker crumbs on half of each square.
  • Spoon the marshmallow fluff on top of the graham cracker crumbs.
  • Top with a Hershey bar.
  • Pull one side of the dough over and close it by pressing a fork along the edges to seal.
  • Bake for 12-15 minutes
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gina valley

Monday 2nd of July 2012

Definitely going to make these! Yum!


Monday 2nd of July 2012

Oh WOW Nicole you make this sound so easy! I just love everything in these dainty pastry triangles. That pastry puff dough still scares me. I need to work with it, screw up a few more recipes to get past that ear. Then maybe I'll get to eat these S'Mores Pastries

Family Foodie

Monday 2nd of July 2012

Nicole~these look so good! I can't wait to try this recipe with my kids. They will love! Thanks for sharing during #SundaySupper

Brianne @ Cupcakes & Kale Chips

Sunday 1st of July 2012

Ever since I saw the title of your recipe I have been anxiously awaiting my chance to check it out. You did not disappoint!!

Laura @ Family Spice

Sunday 1st of July 2012

What a great twist on this summer dessert! My kids would love it!

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