This recipe is definitely indulgent! Here’s a fun way to enjoy the delicious taste of S’mores without a campfire! These Mini S’more Trifles are easy to make and a sophisticated way to serve this loved campfire treat!
Mini S’more Trifle
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5 oz box of instant chocolate pudding, any brand
2 C. cold milk
1 sleeve (about 15 graham cracker sheets), crushed
3 tbs. butter, melted
7 oz container of marshmallow fluff
4 mini trifle dishes or 4 smaller dishes where you can easily layer the ingredients
large ziploc type bag
Hershey candy bars, broken into smaller squares (optional)
1. Add the box of instant chocolate pudding to a small bowl along with the 2 cups of cold milk. Whisk the two ingredients for 1-2 minutes until the pudding begins to thicken. Cover and allow to set in the fridge for 30 minutes – 1 hour.
2. Add the melted butter to the crushed graham crackers and mix well. The mixture will be crumbly.
3. Scoop the 7 oz of marshmallow fluff into the large Ziploc-type bag. Gently squeeze the fluff into the bottom corner and snip the corner of the bag using the kitchen scissors.
4. Begin layering –
How To Build The Trifles:
1. Add 2-3 tablespoons of the graham cracker mixture to the bottom of each trifle (see photo).
2. Next, add 2-3 tablespoons of chocolate pudding (see photo).
3. Then, add a layer of the marshmallow fluff.
5. Top with a Hershey chocolate square if you wish.
I was able to make about 4 mini trifles, 5 if I added a bit less of each ingredient. Of course you don’t need mini triffle dishes to make this yummy dessert. You could make it in a large trifle bowl or any glass bowl (seeing the layers is half the fun).
I got my mini trifle dishes at TJMaxx, but they are also available here!
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Theresa H. Roach says
My Daughter and her family LOVE S’mores:) I am gonna share this recipe with her! Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
Those look absolutely amazing. I love trifle and I love S’Mores. I’m sure this is going to be the best thing I’ve ever tasted. Yum!
Robin Masshole mommy says
What a delicious and decadent dessert this is. I love the twist you put on the classic dessert. They sound amazing.
Ronda Ogilvie says
oh my goodness this looks delicious! Smores without having to go outdoors sounds perfect for our hot Arizona summers!!
Life as a Convert says
The pumpkin bread version looks really good. Why is the pudding so dark? What kind is it?
Manuela Williams says
It’s chocolate pudding.
Mercedes Anderson says
I agree! That chocolate pudding looks incredibly dark in the pictures.
That looks so delicious, and such an easy dessert to make! I love s’mores! I could make this for our big family party coming up!
Nancy (@spiffykerms) says
Oh boy. Can you just come over this weekend and make these for me? They look incredibly tasty, hoo wee.
Lovely Payoute says
Not part of my diet right now but this sounds like it would be a great cheat meal dessert.
Oh my, I must make these! I love chocolate and my kids loves s’mores. These are perfect for dessert.
Christy Maurer says
That is such a unique way to serve s’mores! It looks very yummy. Thanks for the recipe.
Bonnie @ wemake7 says
Mmm those look really tasty. I think they actually look better then traditional smores. I will have to try these soon.
Oh man! This is amazing. I am going to be making this very soon. It looks so good. Maybe a good father’s day dessert? Yum!
I love the idea of a mini trifle. These look amazing and delicious.
Felicita Moncada says
I’m on a s’mores kick lately so i cannot wait to try this! What a great idea to use chocolate pudding – yum and yum!
Michelle @ Dishes and Dust Bunnies says
I would love to have one of those right now! Anything related to s’mores sounds wonderful to me!
What a great idea. This way we can eat s’mores year round!
This dessert looks just amazing. It is perfect for parties and so easy to make. My kids will love it
Chubskulit Rose says
That looks really good, it would be nice to have for afternoon snack. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Wow, that looks scrumptious in every sense of the word. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Anna @ Sunny Side Ups says
These are so adorable and they look absolutely delicious!! 🙂 Pinned!
Yona Williams says
I’ve always gravitated to recipes that incorporate S’mores flavors and ingredients. This right here just looks like an awesome indulgence.
I am loving those trifle jars. I would love to recreate these for a fun family weekend dessert! 🙂
Wow, that looks delicious. I want to make these, they are the perfect summer treat!
So many fun ways to have s’more! This way lets you be a kid and eat fancy all at the same time!
Joann Woolley says
Pinning to my s’mores board! What a cute way to present such a classic treat!
Manuela Williams says
oooh a S’mores board! I’ll have to check that out!
Do It Yourself Danielled says
Yum. I love pudding!
I’m OBSESSED with S’mores and I’ve never even considered putting them into trifle form! This looks incredible!!
Looks delicious and easy! It would be a great winter time treat for when it’s too cold to think about a campfire. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty