Mini S'mores Cereal Is Your New Favorite Thing To Eat For Breakfast — RECIPE

Mini cereal recipes have always been reader favorites on my blog, Public Lives Secret Recipes. I have created everything from mini Pop-Tart cereal, to mini cinnamon roll cereal, to mini brownie cereal, to mini doughnut cereal, and so many others. I blame my desire to eat dessert for every meal, especially the most important one of the day! So alas, I bring to you my latest creation: mini s’mores cereal. Just in time for all your summer festivities, this delicious breakfast treat is made from Golden Grahams, mini marshmallows, and chopped chocolate. Assembled the way you would naturally create a s’more (sans an actual bonfire, I used a long lighter instead for ease), this treat allows you to enjoy s’mores all day long!

This mini s’mores treat can of course be enjoyed on its own. I’d be lying if I didn’t say it took me double the amount of time to make them because I was popping every other one in my mouth as I finished them. In milk, however, they don’t become soggy (I wouldn’t suggest leaving them for hours on end, but let’s be realistic here), which gives it a fun twist on the fact that it’s made with cereal, but it essentially is a s’more.

While I enjoyed this batch on my own (one bag of marshmallows and a box of Golden Grahams goes a long way), I could totally envision serving it at a summer get-together. A mini s’mores bar? Yes please! Serve it with mini boxes of milk on the side for guests to make mini s’mores cereal with if they choose. It’s the perfect way to update an otherwise typical summer night. Plus their adorable factor will have people talking for days.


  • 1 box Golden Grahams
  • 1 bag mini marshmallows
  • 1 chocolate bar, chopped (one bar = 24 mini s'mores)
  • Optional: milk


  1. Break the chocolate bar into individual pieces. Chop or break each of those pieces into halves.
  2. Carefully melt one side of each piece of chocolate, and place it on one Golden Graham so it sticks to that side. Carefully melt one side of the marshmallow, and stick it to the chocolate. Carefully melt the other side of the marshmallow, and attach it to a second Golden Graham.
  3. Serve in milk or on its own, and enjoy!

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