Roasted S'Mores Ice Cream Recipe

Hey, ice cream lovers! Are you in the mood to whip up something magically delicious and super fun? I've got a recipe like summer camp and a gourmet dessert all rolled into one. Imagine the gooey, chocolatey, campfire goodness of s'mores turned into a dreamy ice cream. Yes, you heard that right. We're making Roasted S'Mores Ice Cream today, and it will be a blast. Whether you're making this as a treat for the kids or indulging your own sweet tooth, this recipe is a winner. Plus, it's incredibly easy to make, which means more time to enjoy it (and less time cleaning up). Let's dive straight into how to transform your kitchen into an ice cream wonderland.


  • 1 packet (10 ounces) of regular-sized marshmallows
  • 1 cup of heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup of sugar
  • 1–2 bars (4.4 ounces in total) of Hershey's chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 1–2 cups of graham crackers, roughly chopped (about 5 crackers)
  • 1 container (8 ounces) of Cool Whip, thawed in the fridge
  • 1/2 cup of hot fudge sauce, warmed until pourable


  1. Prep Time: Start by firing up your oven's broiler. Adjust the oven rack to the second position and line a baking sheet with a silicone mat to get ready for marshmallow roasting action.
  2. Roast 'Em Good: Spread your marshmallows on the prepared baking sheet and pop them under the broiler. Keep an eye on them, turning halfway through, until they're golden and toasty. It's like having a mini campfire in your kitchen!
  3. Mixing Magic: In a large bowl, use a hand mixer to beat the golden marshmallows, heavy cream, and sugar together until well combined.
  4. Fold in the Fun: Grab a rubber spatula and gently fold in the chopped Hershey's chocolate and graham crackers, making sure they're evenly distributed through the mixture.
  5. Cool Whip Wonders: With the same care and adoration, fold in the Cool Whip until the mixture looks like a heavenly cloud of s'mores flavors.
  6. Layer Like a Pro: Take a large Tupperware container and pour half of your s'mores mixture into it. Then, drizzle your warm hot fudge sauce over this layer for a decadent surprise.
  7. Finish with Flair: Top with the remaining s'mores mixture, creating delightful layers of joy. A little extra drizzle of hot fudge on top wouldn't hurt if you're feeling extra indulgent.
  8. Freeze!: Cover the container and let your creation freeze overnight. This part requires the most patience, but it's well worth the wait.
  9. Serve and Savor: Once it's set, dig in and enjoy your Roasted S'Mores Ice Cream. Any leftovers should be kept covered in the freezer, but let’s be honest, leftovers are unlikely.

There you have it, folks—a step-by-step guide to making your very own Roasted S'Mores Ice Cream. It's creamy, it's dreamy, and it brings all the joy of a campfire treat minus the sticky fingers. Enjoy your culinary adventure and don't forget to share the sweetness!