S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels

Say goodbye to boring squares and hello to these fun S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!

Say goodbye to boring squares and hello to these fun S'mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!  All the flavor of s'mores wrapped up inside a sweet rice krispies treat package!

I hope you guys aren’t tired of s’mores yet because I’ve got one more recipe that’s going to blow you away – S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!  Not only are these treats easy on the eyes (totally impressive!), they are crazy easy to make!

Say good-bye to square rice krispies treats and hello to these fun pinwheels! I couldn’t resist making a rice krispies treat for s’mores week.  BUT, I wanted to do something fun, something unexpected, and these pinwheels are just that.

Pinwheels are always appreciated and they are just as easy to make as traditional treats.  There’s a couple extra steps but really, SO worth it!

I started by buttering a waxed-paper lined jelly roll pan. You really want to butter it well so that the waxed paper is easy to peel away when you’re rolling up the treats.

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Next butter and marshmallows are microwaved until melted and then the cereal and graham cracker crumbs are stirred in.

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Now here comes the fun part. I know we’ve already got the marshmallow component of these s’mores treats covered, but I really wanted that marshmallow flavor to pop. Soooo, I shmeared on a jar of marshmallow creme. See, that’s just how I roll.

Next comes a layer of Hershey’s bars that are gently melted and then spread over the top of the marshmallow creme layer.

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Whoops. You’ve got a little bit of drool dripping onto your keyboard…I don’t judge.

So finally, we roll it all up (cinnamon roll style) and throw it in the fridge to set.

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Slice and serve!

Say goodbye to boring squares and hello to these fun S'mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!  All the flavor of s'mores wrapped up inside a sweet rice krispies treat package!

How fabulous are these? Trust me, if you want to make friends fast with a kid (or adult!), just show up with a plate of these pinwheels and you are IN – promise!

Say goodbye to boring squares and hello to these fun S'mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!  All the flavor of s'mores wrapped up inside a sweet rice krispies treat package!

S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels
 
Serves: 15 servings
Ingredients
  • 10 oz miniature marshmallows
  • ¼ cup Challenge butter (plus more for greasing)
  • 5 cup Rice Krispies cereal
  • ¾ cup graham cracker crumbs
  • 7 oz jar marshmallow creme
  • 6 Hershey's chocolate bars
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
  2. Line a 10x15 jellyroll pan with waxed paper. Butter the waxed paper and set aside.
  3. Combine marshmallows and one quarter cup of butter in a microwave-safe bowl. Cover and heat on high for 30 seconds, stir. Repeat until completely blended.
  4. Stir in cereal and graham cracker crumbs.
  5. Press mixture into prepared pan.
  6. Spread marshmallow creme on top using an offset spatula.
  7. Place Hershey's bars on top of the marshmallow creme.
  8. Place in oven for two minutes. Use a spatula to spread the softened chocolate.
  9. Let cool for 10 minutes.
  10. Roll up jellyroll style (like a cinnamon roll), starting on the long side. Peel away the waxed paper as you roll. Pinch the seams together.
  11. Place seam side down and refrigerate for 30-45 minutes or until chocolate has set.
  12. Slice and serve!

Say goodbye to boring squares and hello to these fun S'mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels!  All the flavor of s'mores wrapped up inside a sweet rice krispies treat package!

Check out my latest pinwheel creation – Chocolate Covered Strawberry Rice Krispies Treat Pinwheels!

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I’m not the only whipping out s’mores recipes left and right – check out all these recipes too!

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Disclaimer: I was provided product for this post by Challenge Butter, but all opinions are, as always 100% my own.  I LOVE Challenge Butter!

Comments

  1. This is such an amazing idea, Trish! I’m very rice krispie challenged because they’re so sticky…maybe I could pull this one off? Pinning. :)
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  2. what a genius idea Trish! LOVE these
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  3. These are so fabulous I can’t even handle it.
    Julianne @ Beyond Frosting recently posted..Bourbon Bacon S’mores Cookies

  4. This is seriously brilliant!! It’s like everything I love combined into one awesome dessert! Pinned :)

  5. This is how to make friends? I don’t doubt it! I’d be good buddies with anyone who made me these!
    Love the idea to roll it up!

  6. Fun! I once made cinnamon bun rice krispies rolled up the same way.

  7. These are so cute and look so yummy! Can’t wait to make ‘em!
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  8. Super fun idea, Trish!! Perfect for so many occasions or just because ;)
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  9. Who knew you could roll up rice Krispy treats?! So clever

  10. All, I can say is you are a genius!!!
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  11. How fun! Regulary rice crispy treats will seem boring from now on!
    Laura @ Laura’s Culinary Adventures recently posted..Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream with Peanut Butter Cups

  12. This looks so yummy!

  13. Tired of S’mores?! Never! What a yummy and quick treat! Pinned!
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  14. LOVE rice krispie treats… LOVE s’mores… these look totally amazing!!
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  15. I just made these for my hubby’s birthday. My “test tasting” ;) was tasty, but I’m sure they are going to be so delicious tonight! Pinterest/your blog for the win!

  16. Almost to pretty to eat, almost! Pinned!

  17. Just tried making these treats, as I love both S’mores and Rice Krispie Treats! I’m wondering if you’ve perfected the recipe. I found that when trying to roll them, the marshmallow and chocolate got “pushed” as a rolled and ended up having a puddle of the filling at the seam, so I couldn’t pinch it closed. Perhaps I should have let it cool more than the 10 minutes specified? Also, because it was still warm, it kind of “fell”, so when I cut it, the slices resembled a teardrop more than a pinwheel. Can you help me?

    • Definitely let it wait a bit longer if it’s runny at all. It should just be soft at the rolling stage. Also, don’t go all the way to the edge with the marshmallow and chocolate. Chilling the cylinder before slicing will keep the nice circle shape. Hope that helps!

  18. I’m thinking about making this recipe tomorrow for a party.
    Is marshmallow creme the same as Fluff? Not sure what else it could be at the store.
    Thanks

  19. I made these for a pot luck lunch at church. I had no trouble spreading the fluff but my chocolate bars didn’t soften much with 2 minutes (probably my old oven). We sampled the “ends” and loved them. Can’t wait to share them at lunch today! Thanks for sharing.

  20. Trish, just want to be sure I have enough chocolate for this amazing looking idea. Is it 6 chocolate bars or three large chocolate bars as shown in the photo. So excited to make this!

  21. i am sorry and even if its a stupid question but just want it to be perfect like yours , you combine the marshmallows with the jar marshmallow creme and butter or what is the jar marshmallow creme for ?

  22. could I substitute peanut butter instead of using more fluff for the filling with the chocolate…. Sounds tasty but I don’t know if it would work? What do you think?

    • Hmmm..I’m not sure about that Fran. I think it would work but I can’t be sure. Let me know what happens if you decide to give it a try!

    • Fran, omygosh if I did this with peanut butter, my husband would go crazy!! lol I’ve gotta try it both ways! :D
      Oh, I wonder if it would work swirling some raspberry or strawberry preserves into the marshmallow creme before putting the chocolate bars on… holy cow I gotta go to the store…

  23. Can these be frozen for the future?

  24. Okay, I didn’t feel like making the treats jellyroll style because I was being lazy, so I made layered bars with the cereal mixture on top and on the bottom. We drizzled chocolate over the top and cut the whole thing into strips….and I have no idea how they tasted because I literally set down the plate, turned my back for two minutes, and the plate was empty when I turned back. Which means your recipe is a hit, no matter what shape the final cookie/treat/whatever takes!

  25. I have made these twice within the past two weeks. I slightly modified the recipe the second time which made the recipe easier to make & slightly less expensive. Here’s what I did……I used parchment paper that I sprayed with Pam. Much easier!!! I microwaved the jar of marshmallow cream for about 15 seconds….did this three times & it was easier to get out of jar & easier to spread. Lastly, I used just two 7 oz Hershey bars which I melted in a double boiler. Very easy to spread & it covered the whole thing nicely. Let the pan rest for about 20-30 min to allow the melted chocolate to cool a bit before you roll it. Easy-Peazy and just as delicious! Thank you for this great recipe! I think it would also look pretty to drizzle a little melted chocolate on the individual slices.

  26. What is the trick for spreading the marshmallows? Or do I pour it evenly and not spread? When I tried to spread it on the loose cereal it clumped.

  27. How do you keep these stored? Will keeping the roll in the fridge for longer than 45 minutes have any negative affects when cutting?

  28. pues muy rico que se ve y facil ,lo que no no entendi es para que quieres el horno precalentado?????
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  29. Marie Watt says:

    I would really like to make these tomorrow for my grandchildren but don’t have any candy bars. Do you think I could substitute a cup or so of milk chocolate chips for the candy bars? Please let me know – thanks so much!

  30. Rose Theobald says:

    Trish you should be ashamed of yourself, these are so farmed good my hubby and I cannot keep from eating them. Wondering if it would be a good idea to put the pan under the broiler and today the marshmallow fluff them add the chocolate. What do you think?

  31. Rose Theobald says:

    These are so darned good and wandering if you could toast the marshmallow fluff under the broiler then put the Hershey’s bars on

  32. Hi, want to try this but what are Graham crackers? I’m in uk

  33. made first time according to instructions. Second time I added a few easier ways to make these – first using Pam is better than butter – so spray wax paper or parchment paper with Pam – 2nd make sure all your ingredients are measured out and ready to mix. Then lay mixture on paper prepared for this and grab another piece of was paper or parchment with Pam and press down to spread Rice Krispies – this way it is even and you don’t get the messy sticky pulling up on a spoon or your hands. That works fantastic – 3rd heat the marshmallow cream in microwave before spreading – don’t even need 1/4 of the jar -it’ll spread nicely and I used Nutella instead of chocolate – heated also in microwave only 20 -30 seconds and spread on top of that – used less also – Wella. Done!

  34. I need to make something for school’s talent show bake sale and I wanted something unique yet something somewhat familiar – these are PERFECT!

  35. This looks absolutely amazing. We’re drooling for sure….
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  36. Where did I go wrong. I buttered my waxed paper and everything was going great UNTIL i tried to roll them the wax paper stuck and I mean stuck.. There in the fridge right now but it doesnt look so good. My mouth was watering

  37. I feel compelled to comment on this because I made this recently, took it into work, and the reception was unbelievably positive. I used dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate. I used parchment paper to roll it up, which worked really well, though I think the roll turned out too fat, so if I do it again I think I’m going to split it across two sheets. Anyway, these turned out to be the most popular thing I’ve ever brought in. I sent this page out to everyone I work with, but I think they’re wanting me to make them again. I’ve been getting comments for days now.

  38. Frances says:

    Not Sure what Challenge Butter is??

  39. Can you make these the night before? Like roll them up and leave them in the fridge till the next day 16 hours or so or will they get hard? I wasn’t sure how this would turn out if made in advance

  40. Oh my mercy! Cannot wait to try some of these goodies! Thanks so much! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  41. Chelsea says:

    I made these for Memorial day and they were a huge hit! I did one batch per instructions and then another with 1/2 the chocolate and 1/3 cup peanut butter. Everyone loved them all! I used parchement paper instead since i was out of wax paper and it worked great! It even helped to use a piece of paper when pushing the rice krispies down in the pan since they are super sticky. Thank you for this delicious recipe, I look forward to making them again!

  42. Haha this is an old post, but i made these tonight for friends and they were a huge hit! Plus I have extras at home to enjoy

  43. Leah Christie says:

    These were delicious but as a beginner, by my third roll I have some hints I’d include…
    1. Make sure you REALLY REALLY butter the wax paper before laying the rice krispies down. Like a SUPER Thick butter layer. Lol
    2. To smash the rice mix down onto the sheet without it sticking to you…slather your hands in butter first!
    3. Don’t spread the marsh crème or chocolates too close to edges. Leave maybe half inch on both long edges or it mushes out too much
    4. Melt the chocolate as LITTLE as possible too. Or it’s runny and makes a big mush mess.I suggest
    After you have it all spread out, probably refridg the whole thing for 15 min to let the choc set up before rolling. I made mistake of rolling too soon and chocol squished out EVERYwhere. but I live in a warmer climate too, and that added to my challenges Lol
    6. Don’t roll it tight. Roll it gently, then use the way paper to “form” it round like a sushi roll.

  44. Can you freeze after you make them ??

  45. Francine says:

    These were a sticky mess….not sure I would try these again. They stuck terribly bad and went really soft when trying to roll. I dumped them into another greased jelly roll pan and will have to eat them just as a messed up S’mores roll.

    • Sounds like maybe you didn’t let the chocolate cool enough? And the rice krispies treats will obviously be a bit sticky – they are made with marshmallows after all – but they should peel off EASILY. Maybe you need to grease the paper more?

  46. Mine will not peel away from the waxed paper…I followed the recipe exactly. Now I’m refrigerating to see if that helps. ..what a waste!

  47. Dane's Mom says:

    I pinned this recipe a few days ago and just made it today – had no problem rolling them (used Pam-coated parchment paper) but the family all voted to use less fluff next time. It was a bit too sweet for them (if you can believe that!) Also, I think I’ll increase the amount of graham cracker crumbs – could barely taste them with only 3/4 cup. Oh, and I only needed to use 4 of the candy bars…which leaves 2 for me to sneak a “pip” every now and then. Love this recipe – thank you so much for sharing!!

  48. These were great, not to mention super quick and easy to make! What a quick treat if you have guests on the way and little time to prep. Mine was not nearly as clean and neat as yours, as far as the layers of chocolate and marshmallow being so cleanly separated, but that’s likely because I used Trader Joe’s chocolate bars, so I had to cut them then smear them a lot more since they’re thick. I’m just not a Hershey’s bar person. I bet this would be great with Cadbury bars too! Thanks for a winning recipe! Oh, I added a pinch of salt to the marshmallow, and it added just the right touch to balance all of the sweetness.

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