If there was a treat to describe the summer of 2023, it would be s’mores. So we figured–why not
make a s’mores stuffed waffle. But be warned–this isn’t just any old s’more waffle. It’s filled with
a generous scoop of nutella, marshmallows, and graham crackers, then finished off with a
heavy drizzle of Nutella and graham cracker crumbs. What more could you want?
Tips & Tricks
Make sure the waffle iron is hot enough before adding the batter. This will keep the
waffle from sticking to the waffle grids.
Although it may be hard, don’t add too much filling. You want to make sure there’s
enough space for waffle batter on the top. (Plus, you’ll need some extra for serving!)
Since this recipe uses butter rather than oil, the exterior of the waffle will be slightly
softer. When removing the waffle from the waffle iron, you might want to use a spatula to
support it while you transfer it to a plate so that the waffle doesn’t collapse.
For extra deliciousness, top with a scoop of cold vanilla ice cream or freshly whipped
Preheat The Stuffed Waffle Iron according to the instructions.
In a large bowl, whisk to combine the egg, milk, sugar, butter, and vanilla extract. In a separate bowl, mix together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
Add the flour mixture to the wet ingredients and stir until just combined, smooth, and no clumps remain.
Cut or break the marshmallows into small pieces. Break the graham cracker in half. Pour about 1⁄4 cup of waffle batter into the preheated waffle iron, then place one of the graham cracker halves in the center and top with marshmallow bits and 1 tablespoon nutella. Pour another 1⁄4 cup waffle batter over the filling so that it covers it completely.
Close the waffle iron and cook according to the manufacturer's instructions. You’ll need
to flip the waffle iron so that it cooks evenly on both sides, until nicely golden brown and
puffed in the centers. Transfer the waffle to a plate. Repeat step 4 to make the remaining
Serve the S’more Stuffed Waffles with additional nutella drizzled over top, and sprinkle
with graham cracker crumbs.
Nea is a food writer, recipe developer/editor, and content creator based in New York City. Her writing, video content, and recipes can be found on Martha Stewart Living, Food52, The Spruce Eats, EatingWell, Allrecipes, and more.