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This easy Smores Pie has everything you love about S’mores but in pie form. We love it because it only has FOUR ingredients!

It’s rich, fudgy and loaded with lots of toasted marshmallows. This is an easy no-bake pie that I know you’ll love like we do.

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Table of Contents
  1. BEST S’mores Pie in the World
  2. VIDEO: How to make EASY S’mores Pie
  3. Four ingredients – that’s all you need!
  4. How to make S’mores Pie
  5. How to Toast Marshmallows for Pie
  6. Other Indoor S’more Recipes
  7. 4 Ingredient S’mores Pie Recipe Recipe

BEST S’mores Pie in the World

Summer is all about the s’mores but since I don’t go camping, I have to get my s’mores fix in non-traditional ways like this S’mores Pie. I mean, I love the great outdoors as long as I have a hotel to stay at. That’s my idea of camping.

But this pie, let’s talk about it: Chocolate ganache filling, graham cracker crust and lots of ooey-gooey toasted marshmallow with no campfire needed! Yes, please, sign me up.

No complicated steps and no need to preheat the oven – this is one of my favorite no-bake pies to make because it tastes like you worked all day on it, but it’s so easy to make.

VIDEO: How to make EASY S’mores Pie

S'mores pie ingredients on a white marble countertop

Four ingredients – that’s all you need!

  • Graham cracker crust: buy a store bought crust for ease!
  • Semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • Heavy whipping cream
  • Marshmallows

Now, you can certainly buy a packaged crust, but I suggest you use my homemade graham cracker crust because it tastes SO MUCH BETTER than store-bought.

The filling is chocolate ganache and, not gonna lie, it’s like filling the pie with fudge which is a very good thing in my book.

I make the ganache with chocolate chips and heavy whipping cream. I use semi-sweet chocolate chips but you can use milk chocolate or dark chocolate if you prefer.

How to make S’mores Pie

  1. Add chocolate chips and heavy cream to a microwave safe bowl or measuring cup.
  2. Heat in the microwave and then whisk until thick and smooth.
  3. Make your graham cracker crust (or use a store bought crust).
  4. Pour the ganache in the crust and let it set.
  5. Add marshmallows on top.
  6. Toast the marshmallows under the broiler or using a kitchen torch.

Ganache is so easy to make – just melt semi-sweet chocolate chips with heavy cream in the microwave and then whisk it until smooth. 

Pour the ganache into your pie crust and chill it for at least 2 hours or until the filling is set.

Slice of S'mores pie on a white plate with silver fork

How to Toast Marshmallows for Pie

Right before you’re ready to serve it, top the pie with large marshmallows and toast them until they are golden in spots and nice and ooey-gooey.

You don’t need an open flame to toast your marshmallows – you can use a kitchen torch (my favorite way!) or you can pop the pie under the broiler for a minute or so but keep an eye on it. The marshmallows go from golden to burnt pretty quick.

Closeup shot of S'mores pie slice with first bite missing on white plate

Everyone Loves this 4-Ingredient S’mores Pie

I love that I don’t have to pitch a tent to get my s’mores fix! I’ve made this pie so many times and everyone loves it – it never lasts long. Let’s review:

Really, there are no words to describe this pie – uber chocolatey, rich, decadent, perfection. I guess maybe there are a few!

Whether you make this s’mores pie from scratch with homemade crust or take a shortcut with your favorite store-bought I’m pretty sure you’re going to love it.

Other Indoor S’more Recipes

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S'mores pie in white pie dish with one slice missing and ingredients around it

4 Ingredient S’mores Pie Recipe

5 from 9 votes
An easy homemade graham cracker crust filled with chocolate ganache and topped with roasted toasted marshmallows. The perfect no-bake indoor s’more pie!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Yield 10 servings
Serving Size 1 serving


  • 1 9 inch graham cracker crust homemade or from the grocery store
  • 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips (1 bag) or milk chocolate
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 4 cups mini marshmallows , or 20 large (or more if you want)


  • Place chocolate chips and heavy whipping cream in a medium bowl. Heat in the microwave for 45 seconds, then whisk. If the chocolate doesn’t melt into the heavy cream, heat an additional 15-30 seconds, whisking every 15.
  • Whisk until mixture is smooth.
  • Pour ganache into prepared crust. Cover and chill until set, at least 2 hours.
  • Right before serving top with large marshmallows. Broil or use a hand torch to toast the marshmallows. Best served right after topping with the marshmallows.

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Recipe Notes

Want to skip the toasted marshmallows? Try using my marshmallow whipped cream topping instead!

Recipe Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 428kcal | Carbohydrates: 46g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 26g | Saturated Fat: 14g | Cholesterol: 35mg | Sodium: 109mg | Potassium: 230mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 27g | Vitamin A: 367IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 41mg | Iron: 3mg
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Author Dorothy Kern
Keyword chocolate, marshmallow, pie
Close up shot of S'mores pie slice on white plate with mini marshmallows and recipe title in text on image

Easy no bake S’mores Pie will bring all the flavors of camping to you, inside! With all the traditional ingredients of S’mores, you can’t go wrong with this pie that’s topped with toasted marshmallows!

Last Updated on May 2, 2022

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  1. Hi Dorothy!

    You are my favorite blogger! Your posts and recipes are wonderful! I find that your recipes are delicious and not complicated. I especially enjoy when you share a slice of your life.

    Thank you for this delicious recipe!! I made it tonight for my family. My husband and son are “camping” at home. We are trying to be creative during the pandemic. It was such a hit! Thank you so much!

    Wishing you and your family the best of health!


  2. I am really surprised that you didn’t use marshmallow whipped cream for this pie.  When I saw the recipe, I instantly thought, “Yes! Just the vehicle for some marshmallow whipped cream!”

    I really, really want to make this pie and eat the whole thing by myself.  Is that bad?  Yes.  Yes, it is very bad.

  3. I’m about to attempt doing this in bars, instead of as a pie, for a cookout I’m going to. Going to play around and try and combine it with peanut butter bars, so a peanut butter bar bottom, topped with the ganache, and then the marshmallows. I really hope it works out!!

    1. That should totally work! Did you use peanut butter cookies? Or no bake peanut butter bars? OMG I’m totally making that, lol! Thanks for the idea!

  4. Hi there, me again. I am a rookie is it best to use heavy cream or whipping cream or does it really not matter. i am very literal about ingredients so I didn’t see “heavy whipping cream as an option” Thank you!

    1. The only difference between the two (heavy whipping cream vs. whipping cream) is the fat content: 36% for heavy, 30% for regular. For ganache it shouldn’t matter which you use. Heavy is always better for actual whipped cream (it stays stable longer and is just more stable over all than if you whipped whipping cream) so I always buy heavy. I always list exactly what I use in the ingredients, so readers know. Regular whipping cream should work in the ganache no problem, but I’ve never made it that way. If it’s all you have, use it. If you’re going shopping, buy heavy. 🙂

  5. Summer? i am craving this for Christmas desert, I always make a cheesecake –interested in trying something new and love smores- I have and have been searching the web to find the perfect recipe. Since I am visiting and do not have a blow torch, would you say its ok to brown the marshmallows earlier before leaving? I know not the best but i am not sure i want to deal with the host’s oven. Pretty tempted though!

    1. As long as you’re eating the pie within a few hours, I think it’ll be fine. Marshmallows don’t last in the air for more than a day or so (they get stale) so a few hours should be fine!

  6. Oh my gosh, you did not play around. You just straight up put some ganache in a graham cracker crust and slapped down those flaming marshmallows like nobody’s business, and I love you for that. So good!

  7. Those pictures are knocking my socks off!! SO DARNED DELICIOUS!!!

    I, like you, not into camping (although I camped my whoooole life. But I always hated it.) But s’mores? THE BEST!