Cooking Time:1 1/2 - 2 hours on Low
Ingredients10 T. unsalted butter
2 1/3 c. milk chocolate chips (divided)
1 c. sugar (extra fine if you have it)
2 large eggs
2 tsp. vanilla
3/4 c. all-purpose flour
1/4 tsp. salt
2 T. unsweetened cocoa powder
16 individual graham crackers
3 c. mini marshmallows
I was inspired to make these Slow Cooker S’mores Brownies after a recent family trip to California. We all enjoyed making s’mores over the open fire pit at our resort. These brownies took me right back there – imagining I was back at the beach in California! As much as we all tried to eat these in moderation, they were gone in just a few days. I hope you love them too!
- Line your slow cooker with aluminum foil and spray the foil with Pam or butter. (This will help with easy removal of brownies once crocked.)
- Melt 1/4 cup of the milk chocolate chips with butter at 50% power, stirring every 15 seconds until smooth.
- In a separate bowl, beat eggs and vanilla with sugar. Slowly add in the melted chocolate/butter mixture until well combined.
- In a small bowl, sift together cocoa, salt and flour. Add mixture to rest of batter. Do not overmix.
- Pour half of the batter into your prepared slow cooker.
- Top with whole graham crackers, breaking and piecing together at edges as needed to fully cover brownie batter.
- Sprinkle remaining chocolate chips on top of graham crackers and then top with the remaining brownie batter.
- Cover and Crock on LOW for 1 1/2 hours – 2 hours.
- Check the brownies for doneness at 1 1/2 hours. They will look undercooked on top but pull a bit on the foil to really check doneness. If the brownies lift easily without buckling, remove from slow cooker and allow to cool. If they buckle, allow to bake for 15 more minutes, checking again, until ready to remove.
- Once cooled, top with marshmallows and place under oven broiler for 30-60 seconds, until marshmallows are toasted. Watch closely as marshmallows can quickly burn.
- Once tops are toasted remove brownies from oven, cut and serve. Enjoy!
OPTIONAL: SERVE on a Graham Cracker for an extra Graham Cracker taste! SO GOOD!
I’m English we use different measurements! I’m guessing c is cups, but what does T stand for?!
Hi Jo – Yes, c. is short for cups and T. stands for Tablespoons. I believe you use the Imperial measurement system so hopefully this link will help you with conversions. http://www.checkyourmath.com/convert/volume/index.php Happy Crocking!
Can you make this with a regular boxed brownie mix?
Great question Wendi – YES, you can use brownie mix if you prefer and just add the graham crackers & chocolate chips layer + the marshmallows at the end. Thanks for your question & Happy Crocking!
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These r ths best smores brownies ever in history and I have made a many of brownies…
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Could you mix the marshmallows in to the brownie mix instead of leaving them on top?
Alise make this recipe your own, if you would like the marshmallow mixed in, make it to your taste. You will need to watch closely though so the marshmallow does not burn! Enjoy!
What size crock pot did you use? Would I need to make any adjustments for a 6 qt crock pot?
Susan you may want to check this recipe even after 1 hours in a 6 quart slow cooker. You can use the same method with a tooth pick as you do when you bake a cake to check to see if it is done.
Your picture shows graham cracker on the bottom but I don’t see that in the instructions?? Is there supposed to be brownie or graham crackers on the bottom?
Elizabeth you can make this recipe your own, I do believe I elected to put the graham cracker on the bottom so it would not be as messy for my little girl. You can definitely make any recipe your own! 🙂
Made this for a 4th of July party, took a lot longer than the 1.5 hours but it turned out beautifully. love it. Next time I will use a smaller crock pot though.