Easy Air Fryer Smores

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Wondering if you can make really good smores in the air fryer? Believe it or not, air fryer smores are actually super delicious!

Made with all the same ingredients – graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows – these smores are just as ooey and gooey as the ones you’d make over a campfire!

smores with bite out of it on white plate with blue cloth behind
Air fryer smores – yes, please!

Recipe Tips

Before you make smores in the air fryer, be sure to read through these recipe tips so that you end up with the best smores!

  • We would not recommend jumbo marshmallows when making these smores since that could get quite messy. Instead, we use regular sized marshmallows.
  • The step where you cut the marshmallow in half and “stick” it to the bottom graham cracker is pretty essential. This will stop the marshmallows from flying around the air fryer.
  • When you break the chocolate, make sure it’s slightly smaller than the size of the graham crackers – otherwise, you might have quite a big mess on your hands.
  • There’s no need to preheat the air fryer first. Just place the graham crackers with the marshmallows into the air fryer and turn it on. The exact time they need can vary – but keep a close eye on them!
  • When toasting the crackers with marshmallows, definitely keep an eye on them since they can go from golden brown to burnt rather quickly!
  • You can either just toast the graham cracker halves with the marshmallows stuck to them or all the graham crackers – it’s completely up to you. We like toasting all the graham crackers (tops and bottoms) in the air fryer.

We use this air fryer for our recipes and it has been great.

Step by Step Instructions

For those still asking “Can you make smores in the air fryer” the answer is “Absolutely”!

In this section, you can follow our step-by-step process photos and see just how we make our smores.

If you just want the air frying time and temperature without visuals, you can skip down below to the recipe card at the bottom of this post!

knife cutting marshmallow in half on wooden board
Break the graham crackers in half and cut the marshmallows.

First, break the graham crackers in half along the fold line so that they make two squares. Set half of them aside.

Also, cut the marshmallows in half with a knife on a cutting board.

hand pressing down marshmallows onto graham crackers on wooden board
Stick the marshmallows to the graham crackers.

Stick two marshmallow halves onto the graham crackers with the sticky side down and press down slightly.

This will “glue” the marshmallows to the crackers and prevent them from flying around in the air fryer.

graham crackers and marshmallows in black air fryer tray on white counter
Place the graham crackers into the air fryer.

Place the graham crackers with the marshmallows into the air fryer.

If desired, you can also add the rest of the graham cracker halves – the ones without marshmallows – into the air fryer if you want them all toasted.

toasted marshmallows and graham crackers in black air fryer tray
Cook the marshmallows until they are lightly golden brown.

Set the air fryer to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (there’s no need to preheat first).

Air fry the marshmallows for 2-4 minutes (keep a close eye on them!) until the tops are lightly golden brown.

freshly made smores on wooden cutting board on white counter
Place the chocolate on top of the marshmallows.

Once cooked, remove the graham crackers with the marshmallows from the air fryer and add the chocolate pieces on top of the marshmallows.

Then add the other graham cracker half on top and press down slightly.

toasted smores on white plate on wooden board
Smores in the air fryer – ready for making a delicious mess!

Enjoy!

Storage

After using an air fryer to make smores, you really should eat them hot and fresh. We don’t recommend having leftovers so only make as many as you need.

Related Recipes

For more great air fryer snacks, check out these other sweet and savory treats!

toasted smores on white plate on wooden board

Air Fryer Smores

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Air Fryer Smores are just as delicious as the ones you'd make over a campfire! Packed with melted chocolate and gooey marshmallow between two toasted graham crackers, it's the perfect handheld sweet treat!

Ingredients

  • 4 graham crackers
  • 4 marshmallows
  • 4 pieces of chocolate

Instructions

  1. Break the graham crackers in half along the fold line so that they make two squares. Set half of them aside. Also, cut the marshmallows in half with a knife on a cutting board.
  2. Stick two marshmallow halves onto the graham crackers with the sticky side down and press down slightly. This will "glue" the marshmallows to the crackers and prevent them from flying around in the air fryer.
  3. Place the graham crackers with the marshmallows into the air fryer. If desired, you can also add the rest of the graham cracker halves - the ones without marshmallows - into the air fryer if you want them all toasted.
  4. Set the air fryer to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Air fry the marshmallows for 2-4 minutes (keep a close eye on them!) until the tops are lightly golden brown.
  5. Once cooked, remove the graham crackers with the marshmallows from the air fryer and add the chocolate pieces on top of the marshmallows. Then add the other graham cracker half on top and press down slightly. Enjoy!

Notes

  • The chocolate pieces you use should be slightly smaller than the graham cracker halves so it doesn't get too messy.
  • Also, the key to air fryer smores is sticking the marshmallows to the bottom cracker. Otherwise, they fly around the air fryer and can make a mess.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 125Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 80mgCarbohydrates: 22gFiber: 1gSugar: 11gProtein: 2g

This nutritional information has been estimated by an online nutrition calculator. It should only be seen as a rough calculation and not a replacement for professional dietary advice. The exact values can vary depending on the specific ingredients used.

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