Peanut Butter S’moreos

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Stack of homemade Peanut Butter S'MOREOS for a delicious vegan dessert

OK, can you just indulge me for a moment?

I know what this looks like: Unadulterated, full on fat kid food. That’s because it is.

But if there’s one thing I’ve learned about life thus far it’s that time flies and life really is short and you’ve got to take advantage of moments and experiences when you can. Otherwise they’re gone in a snap and you wake up one day and realize you never did any of the things you said you wanted to do (whoa, that escalated quickly.) But seriously.

You know how it goes. You say you’re going to swim all summer long because winter was dreadful, but you only make it to the pool once. Or you beat yourself up for having one too many chocolates at that party last night, but in reality you didn’t gain a single ounce and all that energy was wasted on stress and guilt when it could’ve been used to enjoy your company and that last delectable bite.

Have I plead my case? Are you convinced to live in the moment and enjoy the little things? I hope so. And I also hope that one of those “little things” is one of these s’more(o)s. Because dang girl, you deserve it.

Baking sheet with Oreo Smores ready to go in the oven
Freshly toasted marshmallows for making Peanut Butter S'moreos

The best thing about these S’moreos* is that they can be made inside or out so you don’t need a campfire or fire pit! You only need an oven with a broiler and you’re good to go.

What else is simple about them? 3 ingredients, 5 minutes and 1 pan required. Does it get any better? I think not.

Baking sheet with freshly toasted marshmallows on top of oreos

The assembly is super simple, too. Just top half of your Oreos with a marshmallow, toast until golden brown, drizzle with salty peanut butter and smoosh down with your other Oreo.

Voila! It’s as easy as that.

Spooning peanut butter onto toasted marshmallows for Peanut Butter S'MOREOS
Baking sheet of oven baked Peanut Butter S'MOREOS for a delicious vegan dessert
Batch of our Peanut Butter S'MOREOS recipe on a baking sheet
Placing the top oreo onto a Peanut Butter S'MOREO

Boom, it’s magic. These S’moreos are LEGIT. You’re going to love them! They’re

Seriously decadent
Peanut buttery
Oozing with toasted marshmallow goodness
Customizable (add a peanut butter cup or strawberry jam instead of PB!)
& Perfect any time of year

Here’s what I suggest: Invite over some friends, challenge everyone to revisit their summer bucket list and knock off at least one more item before we up and slip into fall.

Life is short! Oreos deserve to be upgraded with peanut butter and marshmallow. Just do it.

Baking sheet of our AMAZING Peanut Butter S'MOREOS recipe

And if you do, be sure to take a picture of your gathering OR your solo-lady S’moreo party and tag it #minimalistbaker on Instagram! I’d love to see you in action living it up this summer. Cheers!

Stack of partially eaten PEANUT BUTTER S'MOREOS

Peanut Butter S’moreos

3-ingredient s’mores taken to the next level with Oreos instead of graham crackers, oven-roasted marshmallows, and peanut butter instead of chocolate! Make inside or out for an instant party.
Author Minimalist Baker
Tray filled with Peanut Butter S'moreos oozing with peanut butter
4.67 from 3 votes
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 10 (s’mores)
Course Dessert
Cuisine American, Gluten-Free, Vegan


  • 20 whole oreos (find GF varieties in select stores, such as Trader Joe’s)
  • 10 whole marshmallows (find vegan-friendly brands in notes)*
  • 5 Tbsp salted natural creamy peanut butter (slightly warmed until pourable)


  • Place an oven rack on the second highest position and preheat oven to high broil.
  • Place 10 Oreos (as original recipe is written // adjust if altering batch size) on a baking sheet and top with a marshmallow (or several minis).
  • Broil on high for 1-3 minutes, watching closely, until toasted and deep golden brown.
  • Remove from oven and top each with 1/2 Tbsp peanut butter (briefly warm in microwave if not pourable), then top with second Oreo.
  • Consume immediately.


*I didn’t coin the term S’moreo! Not sure who did, but they’re smart. I first saw it on Top with Cinnamon
*Vegan marshmallow brands I’m currently aware of: Dandies
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate.

Nutrition (1 of 10 servings)

Serving: 1 s’more Calories: 388 Carbohydrates: 54.8 g Protein: 4.2 g Fat: 17 g Saturated Fat: 4.5 g Trans Fat: 0 g Cholesterol: 0 mg Sodium: 308 mg Fiber: 3.4 g Sugar: 30 g

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    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Hi Marcus, this one is more indulgent! We offer recipes for a variety of eaters. If you’re looking for date-sweetened recipes, you can find them here. If gluten-free is more your thing, you can find many here. Let us know if there’s something else you’re looking for that we might be able to help you find!

  1. James Windley says

    My local Trader Joe’s just started selling vegan-friendly marshmallows, so I’m very excited to give these a try!

  2. jessica says

    Hi there! Could these be chilled to serve later? Obviously, not as good, but I am sure still amazing? Thoughts?? Because WOW :)

  3. Hudleree says

    While this is totally not good for you — I want it in my belly! I will have some leftover vegan sandwich cookies left over next month when I make my “cheesecake,” so I think I’ll be making these! Now to find a good rice cereal treat recipe to make some vegan rice crispy treats with the leftover vegan marshmallows!!

  4. Sunnie says

    Looks YUMMY!

    Hey, just wanted to mention – the calorie info looks like it’s a little high for 1 s’moreo. My calculations (sorry, I’m like a calorie count book haha):

    2 oreos = 110
    1 marshmallow = 23 calories
    1/2 TBSP peanut butter = 50 calories

    So about 183 calories per sandwich? :) ‘Cuz hey, you know, then you can have 2 instead of 1 . . . ;)

  5. Karmen says


    thats interesting, the Oreos we ge tin Croati aar nothing but vegan! Milk ingredients…. :( Hows that possible? I htought same products is the sam ein all countries. and yes, yes, it is the actualy Oreo, not a copy or something. lol

  6. Jodi says

    If you want to avoid the Nabisco brand Oreos (and I do), Newman O’s are an excellent substitute. They are all organic and vegan, as far as I can tell.

  7. Emily says

    Maybe pull the oreo apart and then do the s’more on one side and cap it off with the top half instead of two oreos?

  8. Hannah Elizabeth says

    Oh, my, yum, Dana…you’re a genius!! These look so easy and delicious. What a treat! I can’t wait to try them! :)

  9. Stephanie @ A Magpie in the Sky says

    I think I fainted just at the title. How dare you pop up on my feed at 4pm UK time, just when I am at that “I’m a little hungry but it’s still 3 hours ’till dinner” time. Now I have a feeling oreos and marshmallows will fall in my handbag on the way home!

  10. Ashley LaMar says

    Oh. My. God. I don’t…I just don’t…there are just no words. GIVE ME NOW. Thanks! Those are amazing.

    • hippymomelizabeth says

      Dana & John my daughter Kar. just made a knock off version of your smoreos and #minimalistbaker her pics. she made these all by her self and shes 8. Hope you like.:)

  11. bertie hefferman says

    I love this blog and you have so many great recipes here, but this is totally disappointing to see. Are you receiving $ from Nabisco for endorsing Oreo’s?

  12. T.V. says

    Wow, I totally agree with the slight anxiety-inducing intro (don’t worry, it’s me, not you!) and if this is your way to say YOLO, totally go for it!!!!

    However, for once I find this recipe totally foreign to my desires. I am not holding back: just looking at it and thinking, ‘no thanks’: the photos are beautiful as ever, and I honestly wish you all to enjoy it, but I am also glad for myself, as it is great to stop desiring things which are not so good for you. Now I just need to find my own personal way to say YOLO… like going for a cycle ride or complete one of those projects!

  13. Liz @ Floating Kitchen says

    Whoa. I need this right now. Love this super easy recipe. And I agree – we all gotta live a little sometimes and not be all stressy all the time. Happy weekend!

  14. Candace @ The Wheatless Kitchen says

    O.M.G. Swoon. I totally agree with the fact that we neeeeed to enjoy the little indulgent things in life. Like s’moreos. Heck to the yes!

  15. Medha @ Whisk & Shout says

    My inner fat kid (me circa. 5th grade) is SCREAMING right now. These look amazing and I never realized you could use the broiler to toast marshmallows! They all look perfectly brownies and the peanut butter and oreo combo is literally making me grin at my computer screen :)

  16. Shaina says

    Oh. My. God. This looks incredible!!!! What a fun, delicious dessert combination. Adorable recipe name too :)

  17. Danielle @ Chits and Chats and Chocolate says

    I am swooning; these look to die for! Those marshmallows look perfectly roasted!

    • tt says

      These are not vegan friendly unless you use vegan Marshmallows!!! Please make sure you know all ingredients are vegan before you say they are. Regular marshmallows are made with gelatin which is animal collagen.

      • Gabby S says

        The author never claimed this recipe was vegan, so she wasn’t “incorrect” in the listing of her ingredients. As far as Oreos not being vegan-friendly, I have been a vegan for around eight years, and I eat Oreos. I feel it is important to avoid directly consuming animal products, but not eating something (like Oreos) because of cross-contamination is like going to Subway and demanding that they change their gloves before making your veggie sub because they might have touched the ham. You would have to either make everything from scratch, or only buy products from dedicated vegan facilities, and also never eat at any restaurant that is not a fully-vegan establishment. Being that stringent does little more than cause other people to not give veganism a chance, as they would think it too limiting and demanding. They usually list the info about cross-contamination for the sake of those with severe food allergies.