Chocolate Chip Biscuit S’mores!

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Hello, chocolate chip biscuit s’mores! Yes, we merged s’mores and biscuits and it turned out AWESOME! A fluffy biscuit with chocolate chips and a melted marshmallow. This is the most indulgent brunch recipe ever!

We ended up eating all of them right after we took these pictures because they are that good.

Two biscuits with chocolate chips and marshmallow inside.

These biscuits are definitely an indulgence, but if you like pastry or donuts in the am, you’ll enjoy one of these! You can enjoy this amazing s‘mores recipe any time throughout the day or make them while camping.

To keep the baking experience easy and cheap, we skipped the homemade biscuit recipe this time. We used the trusted Bisquick mix and it’s great.

Also check out our 20 Outrageous S’mores Recipes and the best monkey bread muffins!

How to Make Chocolate Chip Biscuit S’mores


  • Bisquick Mix
  • Milk – Whole or 2% work.
  • Marshmallows – Get the jumbo size.

When to Serve Biscuit S’mores

These are perfect for a Saturday morning brunch or for any of these occasions:

Birthday Party


Easter Brunch

Biscuits with chocolate chips and marshmallows inside to make biscuit s'mores.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Do My Bisquick Biscuits Fall Apart?

One of the main issues people have with Bisquick biscuits is that they crumble and fall apart. To avoid that:

Use enough Bisquick.

Don’t use too much liquid.

Knead them firmly.

Don’t let your dough stand too long before baking.

Can You Use Water Instead of Milk in Bisquick?

Yes! You can use water instead of milk in Bisquick to make biscuits vegan and dairy-free. Substitute as much water as milk called for by the recipe. Add other ingredients as instructed. 

Using water may change the coloring, texture and taste.

What Are the Four Types of Biscuits?

There are basically four types of what Americans consider biscuits:

Rolled Biscuits. These are the flaky, fluffy, layered breakfast treats most of us are familiar with.

Drop Biscuits. No rolling required here! Because the dough is much wetter (like a batter), simply drop these on a baking sheet with a spoon.

Scones. Though they’re not biscuits in the traditional sense, scones are a biscuit’s classy cousin. They’re made with cream and butter. This makes them heavier and a bit crustier.

Shortcakes. Like scones, shortcake biscuits are often sweeter than traditional biscuits. They’re dense, delicious and served with fresh fruit or whipped cream.

Is Bisquick the Same as Biscuit Mix?

Bisquick is a name-brand biscuit mix. It has all of the ingredients as other brands and from-scratch biscuit mixes.

How Do I Make Soft Biscuits?

Make sure all butter, milk, cream and buttermilk is very cold when mixing into the dough. Cold fats make softer biscuits.

Don’t overwork the dough. Constant re-rolling develops the gluten in dough and makes it elastic and hard. To correct, wrap the dough in clingfilm and place in the freezer for about 10 minutes.

What Are American Biscuits?

An American biscuit is a type of quick bread. Instead of using yeast, quick breads are leavened with baking soda or powder. This not only cuts down on baking time, it also makes the texture a bit bubblier.

Traditionally, American biscuits are a savory breakfast food. They’re often enjoyed with butter, jam, jelly, meat, cheese or even white gravy!

How Do You Make Biscuits?

In general, biscuits are made in seven steps:

Mix dry ingredients like flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl.

Next, cut in fats like butter, lard or shortening. You can do this with a fork or pastry cutter. The end result should resemble coarse meal.

With a spatula, mix in wet ingredients until just combined. Don’t overwork it. The dough should be wet and sticky.

Roll out dough until it’s about an inch thick.

Fold or knead the dough on a floured counter. Fold in half, pat down and repeat. At the end, press dough down to about an inch thick.

Cut out biscuit shapes with a round cutter.

Bake then serve!

Should You Sift Bisquick?

Bisquick has fat in it, so never sift it. This removes important biscuit ingredients from it and trust us — cleaning a fat-clogged sifter is no fun.

What to Serve with Biscuit S’mores

Since these are sweet, it’s best to serve them with a savory dish such as:

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Chorizo Quiche

A Fruit Platter

Blueberry Muffins, Banana Blueberry Muffins or Monkey Bread Muffins

Baked Blueberry Donuts

A chocolate chip biscuit s'more.

With some added chocolate chips and then a giant marshmallow stuffed in-between, these delicious chocolate chip biscuit s‘mores will be your favorite treat!

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Chocolate chip biscuit s'mores.

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Chocolate Chip Biscuit S’mores

Chocolate chip biscuit s'mores are s'mores and biscuits together!
4.60 from 5 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 8 biscuit s’mores
Calories: 447kcal
Author: Eden


  • 3 cups Bisquick mix
  • 1 cup milk
  • 12 ounces milk chocolate chips
  • 8 large marshmallows


  • Heat oven to 450
  • Add 3 cups of Bisquick mix into a large bowl
  • Pour 1 cup milk over the mix and combine
  • Knead 10 times on a floured surface
  • Add 1 ½ bags of milk chocolate chips into dough and knead
  • Pull apart dough into 8 large balls and place onto cookie sheet
  • Bake for 7-9 minutes until the biscuits are golden brown
  • Remove and let cool
  • Pull each biscuit apart in the center and place 1 jumbo marshmallow in the middle
  • Place back in the oven for about 3 minutes so the marshmallow will become toasted and gooey! Enjoy your Chocolate Chip Biscuit S’mores!!


Calories: 447kcal | Carbohydrates: 65g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 18g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 4g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 10mg | Sodium: 622mg | Potassium: 114mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 37g | Vitamin A: 146IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 165mg | Iron: 2mg
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4 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Biscuit S’mores!”

  1. With all these things so easy to make, you have to comeup with a “resistance theory”, or we will all be too fat. WHAT A WAY TO GO!

  2. I have such a sweet tooth in the mornings, I have been known o have a slice of chocolate cake with my coffee for breakfast. These s’more cookies look perfect for my breakfast!!!


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