Dulce de Leche S'more

Dulce de Leche S’mores

By Erin Huffstetler | 06/23/2020 | 3 Comments

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These dulce de leche s’mores have been on repeat at my house this summer. We made them over the fire pit the first time, and we’ve made them in the microwave and oven a bunch of times since then. Adding dulce de leche just takes s’mores to a whole other level. I mean, look at all that caramel-y goodness oozing out of the side. Tell me you don’t want to chomp that.

And the best part is that it’s such an easy upgrade. Just make a batch of dulce de leche ahead of time, or pick up a jar at the store, and you’re all set. Dulce de leche has a long shelf life, and it’s easy to bring along on a camping trip.

How to Make Duce de Leche

If you’ve never made dulce de leche before, it’s really easy. All you need is a can of sweetened condensed milk and about an hour and a half of mostly hands-off time. Here’s how to make a batch.

Dulce de Leche S’more Recipe

I’ve included microwave and oven instructions, so you can enjoy indoor s’mores.

Dulce de Leche S'more Supplies

Ingredients:

Graham crackers
Chocolate bars
Marshmallows
Dulce de leche (Here’s my recipe)

What You Do:


Campfire/Grill S’more Instructions

Place two graham cracker squares on a plate. Add a Tablespoon of dulce de leche to one of the squares. Then, stack a piece of chocolate on top of it.

Roast one or two marshmallows. Then, add the marshmallows to your stack, and place the other graham cracker on top to complete your s’more.

S'more Made in the Microwave

Microwave S’more Instructions

Place a graham cracker square on a plate. Then, stack a marshmallow on top, and microwave for 15 seconds, or until the marshmallow puffs up. Don’t microwave it for longer than necessary, or your marshmallow will get hard.

Top the other graham cracker square with a Tablespoon of dulce de leche and a piece of chocolate.

Then, stack the two halves, and enjoy!

S'mores Made in the Oven

Oven S’more Instructions

Place graham cracker squares on a baking sheet (one for each s’more you want to make).

Top the crackers with a marshmallow. Then, place in the broiler for one to two minutes, or until the marshmallows are lightly toasted.

Remove the pan. Then, add chocolate, a Tablespoon of dulce de leche and another graham cracker square to each s’more.

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Dulce de Leche S'more

Dulce de Leche S’mores

Here’s how to make dulce de leche s’mores over the campfire, in the microwave or in the oven.


  • Author: Erin Huffstetler, MyFrugalHome.com
  • Prep Time: 1 minute
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Total Time: 3 minutes
  • Yield: Varies
  • Category: Campfire
  • Method: Campfire/Oven
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients:

Instructions:

Campfire/Grill:

Lay two graham cracker squares on a plate. Add a Tablespoon of dulce de leche and a piece of chocolate to one of the squares.

Then, roast one (or two) marshmallows, and add them to the stack. Top with the second graham cracker.

Microwave:

Stick a graham cracker on a plate, and stack a marshmallow on top of it.

Microwave for 15 seconds, or until marshmallow puffs up (don’t microwave it for too long, or your marshmallow will get tough).

Add a Tablespoon of dulce de leche, a piece of chocolate and a second graham cracker.

Oven:

Arrange graham cracker squares on a baking sheet (one for each s’more). Then, top each one with a marshmallow.

Place in the broiler for one to two minutes (just long enough for the marshmallows to become toasted.

Then, top with one Tablespoon of dulce de leche, chocolate and a second graham cracker.

Notes

Make the dulce de leche in advance. It’ll keep in the fridge for one to two weeks.

Campfire Eclairs

If you’re looking for more campfire recipes, these campfire eclairs are really fun and tasty.

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  1. Ok…sold…I have to bring the wine and chocolate ? to my book club Monday (…hmmm, wonder what wine ? pairs with s’mores;) I read all your recipes for the dulce de Leche and I want to ask…which one do you lean towards?

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