What you’ll need:

Jumbo marshmallows
Dark chocolate chips
Graham crackers
1 Tbsp of butter
Cast iron skillet

Put it all together:

FIRST Turn the oven to medium broil with the rack in the middle position.

THEN Place your skillet on a burner over low heat and throw a lump of butter in to melt and coat the bottom and sides of your pan.

AFTER THAT Once the butter is melted, toss in a *healthy layer* of chocolate chips to completely cover the entire bottom of the skillet, then place one layer of marshmallows over them. Some people like to cut the marshmallows in half, but this is not entirely necessary.

NEXT Turn off your burner and stick the skillet into the oven for 2 minutes, until the marshmallows have puffed up and are lightly browned.

FINISH Remove from the heat and immediately serve. Use your graham crackers as single-dip spoons, and shovel a heap of the gooey chocolate and marshmallow perfection into your mouth. Enjoy!


FIRST Build a campfire or use the charcoal in a grill to make a low-to-medium hot coal bed.

THEN Place a grill rack 4-6 inches over the top of the coals, and set your state pan on top

AFTER THAT Add you chocolate chips and butter together and stir with a spoon until the chocolate has melted and the butter has incorporated really well together, 5 minutes.

NEXT Place the marshmallows on top and cook until marshmallows are soft and gooey, 8 to 10 minutes.

FINISH  Use the graham crackers to scoop straight from the skillet over heat, or remove from the grill rack and serve immediately.

*FOR THE PERFECTIONISTS OUT THER:  If you are seeking a browned marshmallow s’more dip, try using a stainless steel bowl or cast iron lid that is much larger than the skillet, so that the lid or bowl hangs over the pan by a lot. Prop the bowl or lid up over the skillet partially onto the handle and partially onto the grill rack, so that it is covering the entire skillet but  leaving an opening for the heat to sneak up into the pan. The reflection of heat against the bowl or lid will help brown your marshmallows to perfection, but you need to keep an eye on it!