If my sticky gingerbread cake recipe seemed a little daunting than this bonfire treat is perfect for you! It is incredibly easy to make, super indulgent and was, quite literally made to be eaten on bonfire night...or on a camping trip.

Melted chocolate, gooey marshmallows and a cracker or two make this delicious smores dip ideal for those who don't want to leave the warmth of their own home this Bonfire Night...or simply want to warm up after an evening watching the sky!
150g chocolate chips
A bag of large marshmallows
Food of your choice to dip

  1. Heat the oven to 200C. Pour the chocolate chips into an oven proof dish. Place the marshmallows on top of the chocolate chips in concentric circles.
  2. Place in the oven and cook for 8-10 minutes until the marshmallows have turned a golden brown colour on top.
Eat immediately whilst the mixture is melted and gooey. As you can tell my favourite way to eat this smores dip is with a spoon...although a dipped digestive tastes pretty incredible as well...

What would you dip in your Smores dip?


  1. A) your photos are gorgeous! b) this recipe sounds SO good, I'll have to try it out! Great post lovely.

    Ella xx

  2. This looks amazing - definitely going to try making this soon! I made Smores brownies this week as a Bonfire treat, definitely worth a go...

    NINEGRANDSTUDENT: A Lifestyle Blog

  3. ooooooh my god. this looks like heaven on earth and i have to make it myself.

  4. Wow, this looks delicious! Thank you for sharing.

    Patricia / Patricia Stelmach

  5. Yessssss, this looks sticky and unctuous! I adore toasted marshmallows when I can be bothered to get the fire going. Definitely going to try this. And just came across your blog, wanted to say I'm loving what I see, your photos are so pretty!

    www.Barely There | British-Korean Beauty & Lifestyle blog


  6. OH MY GAWD!
    This looks amazing- I will be trying this recipe out!
    Sallie X



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