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air fryer smores

Air Fryer S’mores

Summer Yule
How do you air fry s’mores? Follow this air fryer s’mores recipe, and you’ll learn how to make s’mores indoors in under 10 minutes!
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 6 mins
Total Time 8 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 255 kcal


  • 2 large marshmallows
  • 1 graham cracker
  • 1 piece chocolate (I recommend using ¼ of a king-size or ¼ of a regular-size Hershey bar- three squares in each case)


  • Split the graham cracker in half (width-wise) into two squares. Cut two marshmallows width-wise with the knife. (If your marshmallows are big, you may only need one to make the s'more.)
  • Put one graham cracker half on an air fryer tray. Top with four marshmallow halves. Press the marshmallows onto the cracker, cut-side down.
  • Put the tray with the cracker into the air fryer (use the top rack of the air fryer oven). Air fry the s’more for 4 minutes at 400°F (200°C). Check it, since the marshmallows may be done to your liking at this point. I chose to air fry for one more minute.
  • Next, take the marshmallow-covered cracker out of the air fryer and put a piece of chocolate on top. I always use 3 “squares” (actually rectangles) of Hershey’s chocolate. Cover the chocolate with a cracker half.
  • To melt the chocolate, put your s’more back in the air fryer for 1 minute at 400°F (200°C). Again, you’ll want to put it on the top rack if you’re using an air fryer oven. 
  • Let it cool for a minute or two before enjoying. The marshmallow and chocolate are very hot!
    Note: I made 6 s'mores in the recipe video because I was feeding a crowd. Feel free to double, triple, etc. this recipe as needed!


This is a level 3 recipe (weight maintenance and active lifestyles). My goal here is to help inspire you to create a healthy, happy, and delicious life with my recipes. Idk about you, but s’mores definitely make my life happy and delicious. In general, though, I wouldn’t say they’re the healthiest thing we could be eating. 
The three ingredients commonly used in s’mores all count as ultra-processed foods. Also, s’mores are loaded with added sugars and highly refined grains. I think most would agree they’re a “fun food” that’s not very nutrient-dense. 
I’m extending an olive branch to the dietitian haters with this recipe. We’re not the food police, so please don’t be afraid to come see us. A good dietitian will help you where you are to meet your goals. 😊  
Also, I only have s’more a couple of times each summer. I wanted to record this so I remember how to make it. 
I sought out a marshmallow without artificial colors and flavors and ended up with Dandies Vegan Marshmallows. These marshmallows contain no gelatin and are quite dense as a result. The calories and sugar in two Dandies marshmallows match the calories and sugar in FOUR Jet-Puffed marshmallows. 
I tend to put two large marshmallows in each of my s’mores no matter the brand. Choosing Jet-Puffed means I’ve knocked about 9 grams of sugar and 50 calories off of each s’more compared to Dandies.  
Vegan marshmallows tend to get a health halo because they’re “plants.” However, unless your religious or cultural preferences dictate otherwise, I’d stick with regular marshmallows. You’ll cut back on added sugar without any effort, and likely save some money on your marshmallows too.  
Plus, who doesn’t like a fluffy marshmallow? I know I do! 
Nutrition information is for a s’more made with Dandies vegan marshmallows and pieces of a king-size Hershey bar. You can make your treat a little lighter using a regular Hershey bar and regular Kraft marshmallows. 


Calories: 255kcalCarbohydrates: 47gProtein: 2.5gFat: 6.8gSaturated Fat: 3.3gSodium: 100mgFiber: 1.5gAdded Sugar: 31.3gVitamin A: 0.5% DVVitamin C: 0.5% DVCalcium: 3.8% DVIron: 3% DV
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