Mile High S’mores Pie
Mile High S’mores Pie Recipe piled high with giant marshmallows and chocolate shavings! Bite into these fluffy layers of chocolate and marshmallow cream!
Am I the only one with weird kids who don’t like s’mores? Whenever we’re making s’mores both of my boys take a chocolate bar and run. I cannot even fathom how you would pass up a gooey, warm marshmallow.
Baffles me to no end but it’s true. Then I had to go and toast the marshmallows. So tell me, are you in the lightly toasted marshmallow camp or the black as sin camp? Personally, I’ve never met a marshmallow I didn’t like. I’m easy to please like that.
This s’mores pie is irresistible though! Make it for your family. Make it for your friends. Make it for yourself. Your secret is safe with me.
Seriously though go find yourself some of those jumbo marshmallows and go to town. Or make it mini sized. You are in charge of your own pie.
Just a heads-up that if you are making the regular 9-inch sized pie your chocolate layer will be a little thicker than mine as shown in the pictures since I made a few bite-sized pies at the last minute and spread the filling between them.
Mile High S'mores Pie Recipe
- 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
- 7 tablespoons butter, melted
- 1/3 cup sugar
Chocolate Pie Layer
- 3/4 cup heavy cream
- 6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, chopped
- 2 teaspoons cinnamon, Ground
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Marshmallow Pie Layer
- 7 oz marshmallow cream
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 4 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 8 ounces Cool Whip, thawed
- 5 Jumbo marshmallows
- Mix all ingredients in medium bowl. Press into bottom and up sides of 9-inch pie plate. Set aside.
Chocolate Pie Filling
- Bring cream just to boil in small saucepan. Pour over chocolate in medium heatproof bowl. Let stand 1 minute then stir until smooth. Stir in cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of the vanilla. Pour into prepared crust. Refrigerate 30 minutes or until chocolate is firm. (Freeze 15 minutes for faster chilling.).
Marshmallow Pie Filling
- Beat marshmallow creme, cream cheese and remaining 1 tablespoon vanilla in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until well blended. Gently stir in whipped topping until well blended. Spread evenly over chocolate layer in crust.
- Refrigerate at least 2 hours or until ready to serve. Garnish with chocolate curls or toasted marshmallows, if desired.
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32 Comments on “Mile High S’mores Pie”
Oh mah goodness, look at that flaming hunk of delicious pie. Love!
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This is brilliant, Katrina! I need to try this!
Thank you Marian!
If my future kids dislike s’more I may just have to disown them. I could live off of these!
Oh my GOSH – look at that whipped marshmallow topping! Yum. It looks crazy good!
What a stunner! This looks amazing!
I love anything s’mores! What a fabulous idea for a pie!!
lol my fiance’ is like your boys-doesn’t care for marshmallows/s’mores. THEY’RE CRAAAAZY!!! I friggin adore s’mores-I cannot get over this pie. IT IS WAY TOO GOOD! Pinning!
Smores is one my favorite desserts ever, and I love how you made a mile high pie version of this!
Wow. Fire and all, I love it! That is absolutely amazing and looks so delicious. And yes, I’m happy to take a marshmallow in any (and every) form! Yum! 🙂
This is out of this world Katrina!! You continue to be one of the most creative bloggers I’ve ever met…yes please!
I mean, COME ON! I am going to face plant that right now, thanks :).
Oh my word. I am dying. I have to make this now!
This smores pie looks ridiculously delicious… my smores cravings have definitely kicked in! Loving your gorgeous images too. Pinned!
Tiffany could eat an entire bag of marshmallows if I let her, but s’mores or any kind of tasted marshmallows not her thing. I just don’t get it!
Your pie is stunning and the light up marshmallows in the first picture makes me fire up the grill and make some s’mores!
THAT is a gorgeous pie! It looks like a real campfire! The melting chocolate has my mouth watering. Yum!
I now have mile high cravings!! This looks so good! I have never had a S’more before 🙁
I was the kid who’d grab the marshmallow and run, leaving the chocolate and graham crackers behind. Those toasted marshmallows on top of your pie satisfy the kid in me! Gorgeous, Katrina!
WOW! I have never seen such big marshmallows before, I love it! What a scrumptious pie!
My husband isn’t the biggest fan of s’mores, either, while I can’t get enough of it! So I’ll be making this pie allllll for myself, and I’m very excited about it.
Wow! I want to jump through the screen and grab a slice!
Whoa – this looks ridiculous! If your boys don’t like it, I’ll have their slices!!!
Holy cow those pictures are amazing! And now I want to eat that pie STAT!
Good gravy! All I can think about is face planting into that pie!!! It’s incredible looking!!!
Omg. Ridiculous! Pinned 😀
All of a sudden, I must have a s’more. Like MUST. tonight!
Love those little individual pies! Perfect way to enjoy s’mores!
You know, i’m not really a huge fan of s’mores. I love the chocolate and graham cracker, but it’s always the marshmallow that throws me off. However, this pie is too cute NOT to eat!
It really is on fire!! I love it! And the idea of individual pies – yes, please!! Pinned!
I need to agree with Lauren. These photos…WHY is taste-o-vision not invented! This pie needs to be in my life. And by “life” I mean belly! Pinned!
First off, these pictures make me want to EAT my computer screen! I love this recipe so much, I need to make this for my kids (and me!)