Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup S’mores Skillet is the perfect way to enjoy s’mores this year! With just 2 ingredients and 15 minutes you’ll have a melty and delicious treat to share with family and friends.

A graham cracker scooping up some Reeses Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Skillet

S’mores.

Do you love ’em? I really like s’mores! I’m usually not a big marshmallow lover but when it’s paired with something like chocolate and peanut butter, then I’m all for it; like my classic no-bake cookies. They’re seriously amazing!

Ingredients needed for peanut butter cup s’mores skillet

  1. Miniature Reese’s peanut butter cups – about 33 or so. A 10.5 oz bag will do the trick.
  2. Marshmallows – I use the larger marshmallows, but you can use mini marshmallows if you’d like. Rather than having them in one even layer, you can sort of mound the mini marshmallows overtop of the peanut butter cups.
  3. Graham crackers – for serving, because you need graham crackers for it to be a true s’mores!

A pile of mini Reese's peanut butter cups in the wrapper.

How to make a Reese’s s’mores skillet

Begin by unwrapping each of the miniature Reeses peanut butter cups.

Place them along the bottom of a 9 inch skillet. The peanut butter cups should be wedged in their fairy tight.

Mini Reeses peanut butter cups in a cast iron skillet.

Next, add large marshmallows to the top of the peanut butter cups.

Again, wedge the marshmallows in tightly. I counted and needed about 33 large marshmallows. Which works out nicely because we needed about 33 or so Reeses peanut butter cups.

A cast iron skillet with mini Reeses peanut butter cups on the bottom and then topped with large marshmallows.

Now it’s time to bake the s’mores skillet. Place it in a 425°F preheated oven.

I wanted the marshmallows a beautiful golden brown with a nice crisp top. I ended up baking mine for about 12 minutes. Make sure you keep an eye on it because the marshmallows can burn!

And now that I think about it, maybe that’s not a bad thing? If you’re the type of camper who likes to place their mallow in the center of the fire pit and get the marshmallow on fire, then feel free to burn those mallows just how you like it. Ha!

A skillet with Reeses Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Skillet recipe in it.

Once the marshmallows are melty, puffy, and golden brown remove the skillet from the oven.

Serve with graham crackers.

This s’mores skillet is best served warm and within the first hour of making it.

If you’re one to celebrate National S’mores Day, this is the recipe for you!

I hope you love it as much as we do!

A graham cracker dipped into Reeses Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Skillet.

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A graham cracker scooping up some Reeses Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Skillet
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Reeses Peanut Butter Cup S'mores Skillet

Just 2 ingredients and 15 minutes will get you this melty dessert! It's big enough to share with friends and family too.
prep time 5 mins
cook time 10 mins
total time 15 mins
servings: 8 servings
calories: 227kcal
author: Salt & Baker

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Preheat oven to 425°F
  • Unwrap the mini peanut butter cups. 
  • In a 9in skillet place the PB cups upright and fairly close to one another. 
  • Once the bottom of the skillet is covered by the PB cups place the large marshmallows on top. 
  • Place in oven for 10-12 minutes or until the marshmallows are golden and melty. 
  • Remove from the oven and serve immediately with graham cracker squares 

RECIPE NOTES

This Peanut butter S’mores Skillet doesn’t store well. Best to devour the same day and within 1-2 hours of making it.
Can you make this in the microwave? You can certainly try! You would need to use a microwave safe dish. And in order to get the peanut butter cups to melt thoroughly, you will want to heat it at a reduced power, maybe half power. The marshmallows won’t brown and get toasty in the microwave either. But you could always use a kitchen safe blow torch.
Note: I haven’t tried it in the microwave, but if I were to do so, that would be my approach.
Calories: 227kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 23mg | Sugar: 17g | Iron: 0.1mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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