Rocky Road S’mores Bark – layers of graham crackers, chocolate, toasted marshmallows and walnuts make this delicious treat an easy recipe for parties and handmade gifts for friends. It’s almost summertime! Do you know what that means? S’mores are back in season! I say that as if it’s a produce, but let’s be honest S’mores basically become a food group in our household over the summer. We love having friends over to swim and BBQ, then of course make s’mores over the fire pit in the evenings. A few years ago I talked about a S’mores bark that we like but I’m going to be honest, it’s messy. So I switched up a few things and started making this Rocky Road S’mores Bark and it’s become a family favorite! The candy bark is made with a layer of graham crackers, melted chocolate, toasted marshmallows, nuts and miniature Hershey’s candy bars.This post contains affiliate links
Rocky Road S’mores Bark
To make the bark I use a 9×13 inch sheet pan covered in parchment paper. This helps remove the bark easily once it’s set. Use a package of graham crackers broken into squares (half) to cover the pan. Melt your chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl or use the double boiler method. I like to use dark or semi-sweet chocolate chips, but milk chocolate works great too! Spread the melted chocolate over the graham crackers using a spatula. While the chocolate is melted, add miniature marshmallows, Hershey’s and nuts. I used walnuts but you could leave these out if there’s a food allergy in the home.Pop the bark into the fridge for a few minutes to let the chocolate set. Remove from fridge and use a kitchen torch to toast the marshmallows. Once the chocolate is set (if any melted while using the torch), cut bark into pieces and enjoy.
Rocky Road S'mores Bark
- 12 ounces chocolate chips
- 1 package graham crackers
- 1 cup mini marshmallows
- 1/4 cup walnuts
- 5 fun size Hershey's bars
Place graham crackers on parchment covered 13x9 inch pan.
Melt chocolate chips and spread over graham crackers.
Top with marshmallows, walnuts and Hershey bars (broken into small squares). Let chocolate set.
Optional: use a blow torch to slightly toast marshmallows. Cut into serving size pieces and enjoy!