We made this Reese’s peanut butter cup s’mores recipe last summer and they were so delicious. You can use the regular-sized peanut butter cups if you like your s’mores thick, or use Reese’s peanut butter cup thins if you prefer your s’more to be a little lighter on the sugar. Either way, this recipe makes yummy treats! I love it when we find new camping traditions!
You only need three ingredients to make Reese’s peanut butter cup s’mores: graham crackers, regular-sized marshmallows, and Reese’s peanut butter cups. (Well, you actually need four ingredients if you count the campfire!)
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups S’more Recipe
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I am writing this Reese’s peanut butter s’mores post while sitting outside at a picnic table at Rendezvous Beach at Bear Lake State Park. We are camping in our travel trailer that we purchased last summer.
Our travel trailer has quickly become a beloved home away from home for my family. I love living in suburbia (we live in the suburbs of Salt Lake City), but sometimes you just need to get away!
Our camping spot here at Rendezvous Beach has a picnic table with a pavilion overhead for shade. We have our camping hammock hanging from the pavilion poles, my rocking camping chair at the ready, a fire pit, and our gas camp stove. We are ready to cook some yummy eats.
For scenery, we have a gorgeous beach with turquoise blue water on one side and a field full of grazing cattle on the other. It is pretty satisfying!
Anyway, let me show you how to make this tasty peanut butter cup s’mores recipe!
Reese’s peanut butter cups or Reese’s peanut butter cup thins
Do you have all of your ingredients ready? And your campfire? Great! Here’s what to do:
Break the graham cracker in half.
Place the peanut butter cup on one graham cracker half.
Roast the marshmallow (I have these retractable marshmallow roasting skewers…they are a great space saver in our camper cupboards!).
Place the roasted marshmallow on top of the peanut butter cup.
Top it with the other graham cracker half and you have your Reese’s peanut butter cup s’more!
Trust me-you will love these! If you make them, let me know what you think!
More S’mores Recipe Ideas
Don’t feel like building a campfire right now, but still want the yummy taste of s’mores? No problem! Check out my lazy s’mores in the oven recipe or my frozen s’mores ice cream dessert recipe!
Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Recipe for Campfire Treats
This Reese's peanut butter cup s'mores recipe takes summertime s'mores to the next level! They are perfect to make over the campfire on your family's next camping trip or in your backyard firepit when you barbecue!
- Graham Crackers
- Reese's peanut butter cups or Reese's peanut butter thins
- Break the graham cracker in half.
- Place the Reese's peanut butter cup or peanut butter cup thin on one graham cracker half.
- Roast the marshmallow (I have these retractable marshmallow roasting skewers...they are a great space saver in our camper cupboards!).
- Place the roasted marshmallow on top of the peanut butter cup thin.
- Top it with the other graham cracker half and you have your Reese’s peanut butter cup s’more!
If you want yummy s'mores, but don't feel like building a campfire, check out my lazy s'mores in the oven recipe or my frozen s'mores ice cream dessert recipe!
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Nutrition InformationYield 10 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 70Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 1mgSodium 53mgCarbohydrates 7gFiber 0gSugar 5gProtein 2g
This is an estimate.
Since you love s’mores, check out this post with lots of other s’mores-inspired desserts!
See you next time!
P.S. Thank you, Hershey’s, for the invention of the Reese’s peanut butter cup!