Do you want S’more?

October 24th, 2008 by katie

I have never been the biggest graham cracker fan. Even when making s’mores by the fire, I usually just roast my marshmallow and eat the chocolate separately. So when I feel like s’mores, I turn to these instead. What could be better than warm, melted chocolate and marshmallows tucked between buttery, toasted flour tortillas-fried and dusted with cinnamon sugar? Certainly not a cold, dry graham cracker. Make any night a fiesta by whipping these up for dessert!

S’more-dillas

makes 4 wedges, prep 2 min, cook time 10 min, adapted from Recipezaar (fellow blogger Kristen from Dine and Dish)
  • 2 flour tortillas
  • softened butter
  • chocolate chips
  • mini marshmallows
  • cinnamon sugar
  1. Butter one side of each tortilla.
  2. Place one tortilla, butter side down, on a medium hot frying pan or griddle. Sprinkle lightly with chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. Cover with second tortilla, butter side up.
  3. Allow tortilla to cook until lightly browned, then flip.
  4. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and cook until filling is melted and bottom tortilla is browned.
  5. Remove to a cutting board and cut into wedges with a pizza wheel.
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Posted in Desserts, Easy, Fast, Snacks/Appetizers

15 Responses

  1. Cora (Cora Cooks)

    Very clever! I’ve been known to toast marshmallows over the gas range, but this sounds like a better “indoor” s’more. No more crumbling graham cracker disasters.

  2. alexandra's kitchen

    this is awesome. a great way to use leftover tortillas, too. i’m not a big fan of graham crackers either — i always swap something else in for cheesecake crusts.

  3. JEP

    Sounds delicious! MMmm…cinnamon sugar. I make alot of snax with flour tortillas…especially like peanut butter, honey & sliced banana quesadillas.

  4. Deborah

    I am a s’mores fan, but I think I’d like these even more!

  5. Patti

    This looks absolutely amazing!!! As a poor college student, this might even be my dinner in the near future. 🙂 Add a sliced banana and it can be considered a little bit healthy!

  6. Julie

    Oh my! this sounds so good! I bet it’s a lot easier to eat than a regular smore! Not that smores are supposed to be dainty!

  7. ingrid

    Oh, hey what an AWESOME idea! I LOVE S’Mores desserts. I am definitely giving these a try. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.
    ~ingrid

  8. Rayrena

    Yikees! Those look good! Love the name. We used to call PB &J wrapped in a tortilla and fried in butter “Skippy-dillas”. Love the cinnamon sugar crust.

  9. noble pig

    I love the name, what a Hoot! Sounds delicious and I like graham’s but I’ll have to try it.

  10. My First Kitchen

    What a great idea! I love using tortillas to make cinnamon-sugar chips, and this is taking it to a different place. Can’t wait to try it! Your site is great; I’ll definitely be back!

  11. sara angel

    omg what a great idea! i love smores (yea, even the graham crackers) but sometimes the whole process is just so messy and inconvenient. this looks great for when you just have a craving but don’t feel like doing the whole campfire thing.

  12. heidi

    I’m new to your site, but after THIS post, I am destined to be a regular 🙂

  13. Joley

    These are a HUGE hit at my house now. Thanks.

  14. elasticwaistbandlady

    I saw S-Mores flavored tortilla chips at Target yesterday!!!

    These look much better than that.

  15. mishka30

    FYI: flour tortillas friend in oil and sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon are called “buñuelos” in méxico.

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