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One Saturday afternoon, we were having a backyard pizza party and had an ingenious idea. A pack of strawberries were sitting in the fridge, left over marshmallows from our s’mores bucket were bagged up in kitchen cupboard, and we had a bunch of those little round brownies that come boxed up in pouches of four. Well, we figured why not thread the strawberries, chocolate brownies, and marshmallows on a skewer and make an easy s’mores treat?

Strawberry Brownies Smores Recipe

Strawberry Brownie Smores

I’m pretty sure you can figure this one out on your own – but of course I’m going to show you how we made them. It’s real easy to do!

Chocolate brownie s'mores easy recipe with strawberries and mashmallows.

Strawberry Brownies Smores Recipe

Ingredients

  • Strawberries
  • Store-bought chocolate brownie rounds
  • Marshmallows
  • Skewers

Directions

  • Thread a strawberry, then a brownie, then a marshmallow, and another strawberry onto the skewer.
  • Toast the marshmallow with a kitchen torch
  • Enjoy!

Easy brownie and strawberry smores recipe with toasted mashmallows on a stick.


See how easy that was! A wicked fun and easy dessert to make for your backyard cookouts. Something the kids can do – threading the skewers… I wouldn’t recommend they use the torch though.

In the video below, they drizzle chocolate over their strawberry brownies and marshmallow skewers. However, I prefer to torch the marshmallow — it’s not a s’mores without a toasted marshmallow, right?

Either way, these are a delicious and easy backyard cookout dessert!

Smores kebabs with brownie and strawberries

Strawberry Brownie S'mores Kebabs

Strawberries and brownies threaded onto kebab sticks with a marshmallow, then toasted with a torch.
Prep Time2 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Andrew Eaton

Equipment

  • Kitchen torch (optional)

Ingredients

  • 2 per skewer Strawberries
  • 2 per skewer Brownie rounds - store bought
  • 1 per skewer Marshmallow

Instructions

  • Thread a strawberry, a brownie, a marshmallow, then strawberry onto the skewer

  • Toast the marshmallow with a kitchen torch

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