Strawberry S’mores Bites

Strawberry season is in full swing and I plan on keeping my refrigerator fully stocked until the end of it. Yep, I’m setting you up for a slew of strawberry recipes, like this one and few more.

Strawberry Smores by Bakers Royale

For today, I’m keeping it simple with these Strawberry S’mores Bites. If you need any more convincing, these are great for entertaining—easy to make and always impressive. But it’s hard to go wrong with toasted marshmallow frosting and dipped chocolate.

Strawberry Smores via Bakers Royale

And because they are so easy to make, I pumped out quite a few batches of these as thank you’s to all those that helped Matt and me when the baby came. I wish I could make some for every one of you that gave us such warm congratulations on our blogs and social media channels. You guys are awesome and I’m so thankful for your friendship and readership.

this recipe

Strawberry S'mores

Yield: 14-16 Strawberry Bites


  • 14-16 medium strawberries, hulled
  • 4 oz. chocolate (I used 65% cacao)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon shortening
  • 4 tablespoon graham cracker crumbs

Marshmallow Frosting

  • 2 egg whites
  • 1/2 cup sugar


Preparation: Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  1. Place chocolate and shortening in a microwave safe bowl and heat in 15 second bursts stirring in between until chocolate is fully melted.
  2. Dip strawberries in chocolate, then graham cracker crumbs. Place dipped strawberries on on parchment lined baking sheet to dry.
  3. To make marshmallow frosting: Combine egg whites and sugar in a stand mixer bowl and place it over—not on, simmering water. Heat mixture to 160 degrees F while whisking constantly. Transfer to a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment and beat on medium high speed until mixture cools, doubles in volume and forms stiff peaks; about 10-12 minutes. Transfer marshmallow frosting to a pastry bag fitted with a close start tip and pipe into hulled strawberries. Use a kitchen torch to toast.


  1. To hull the strawberries, I used the Chef'n Strawberry Huller.  It can be found on Amazon or at William Sonoma.
  2. You may have more marshmallow creme than you need.
  3. Save yourself some money and just buy a Bernzomatic propane torch instead  of one of these kitchen torches you usually see in William Sonoma and Sur la Table. They can be twice the price and aren't nearly as strong.

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  1. says

    These look luscious! Such a simple yet genius idea.

    P.S. I just heard that you’re going to host a food styling & photography workshop in Helsinki in September. Trying my best to get a spot! You’re such an inspiration.


  2. dlietz says

    Looks great and I plan on trying it. However it looks like there is an ingredient missing. I assume that is crushed graham cracker on the bottom!


  3. says

    Absolutely stunning! Such a fun summer treat. I could see these being perfect served at a shower or wedding! So creative, Naomi!


  4. says

    these are the most perfect little bites ever Naomi! And you must be some kind of super mom to be up and making those already! I just sat around like a sweatpants blob for ages after having babies!


  5. says

    Oh, I just love these! And thank you for the recommendation on torches…I have been shopping around.


  6. Paola Avila says

    They look so delicious! *_* Can’t wait to make them!
    Congrats for your baby! Blessings for all! <3


  7. says

    So thrilled you have that sweet little man. Congratulations to you both, and I will be stalking your pages for more pictures of his precious face.


  8. says

    Wow Naomi, I can’t believe you just had a baby and you have the energy to make such beautiful recipes. Congratulations on your new cutest family member!


  9. Laurie Ronan says

    I guess it’s obvious, but how or what do you do with graham cracker crumbs. They appear to be ultra crumbed.


  10. says

    These are so pretty and elegant, and apparently easy too? Then again I think you have a SuperMom outfit on under there somewhere, because who is blogging this soon after having a baby? Amazing and inspirational. Oh and, I forsee a lot of future uses for your super simple marshmallow frosting. Thanks for adding it to my tool belt.


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