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Grilled S’mores Pizza Recipe

This grilled s’mores pizza recipe is a hit every time I make it. It just disappears. Some links in this post are affiliate links that earn me a commission if you purchase through them.

Perfect grilled smores pizza

I have to apologize in advance to you all. I’m sorry. I’m really and truly sorry.

My family went to Peel Wood Fired Pizza in St. Louis, and it was good. In fact, my family requested that I replicate some pizzas when we got home.

And so I did.

I’m a sucker for s’mores alternatives. Check out more of my favorites at the end of this article.

Pro tips for making a grilled s’mores pizza

Use your oven as an alternative when the weather isn’t great

While I love making this dessert pizza on the grill, feel free to make it in the oven instead. Prep it like you would a normal pizza on a pizza peel sprinkled with cornmeal, and top it with everything. Bake it like that at 450 degrees for 8-10 minutes, and enjoy!

I do a lot of grilled pizza when the weather turns nice. When I make savory pizzas, I tend to grill them directly on the grates, which gives a super fast cook time and great smoky grill marks and flavor.

Use the correct tools to make it easier on yourself

You want to use tongs to flip your pizza and pull it to your carrying platter when it’s done. I use silicone tipped kitchen tongs rather than BBQ tongs.

Why? The BBQ tongs are designed to grip and hold, which will tear your crust. The silicone tips will grasp the crust without ripping it.

With the dessert pizza, I usually use my pizza stone. This reduces the direct heat on the pizza and ensures the marshmallows have time to brown and puff without burning the bottom of the crust.

It takes a little more time this way, but it’s still cooked in under 10 minutes. You absolutely can do this directly on the grates if you don’t have a pizza stone, however.

Pull the crust to a jelly roll pan or other large surface when it’s time to flip it. Turn off your grill so it doesn’t cook the crust too fast. Add all the toppings, then return it to the grill. Close the lid and let it cook for 3 minutes.

Nutella tips

I call it Nutella even though I technically don’t use Nutella anymore. Have you seen the knockoff hazelnut spread Costco makes? We use this for everything now.

 This recipe calls for a third of a cup of Nutella. When you first put it on the pizza, it doesn’t look like it’s going to be anywhere near enough. It is.

Thankfully, Nutella spreads really well the second you start to warm it up. When it hits the hot pizza crust, it thins out and immediately becomes easier to spread.

Keep at it with a spatula to spread it across the entire crust, and you’ll be surprised how far it goes. You want just a thin layer so the Nutella doesn’t overpower the rest of the pizza.

How to make a grilled s’mores pizza

Make your pizza dough or use store bought dough. I make my own with this super simple pizza dough recipe, but you can buy refrigerated pizza dough in most stores now.

Preheat your grill to 450 degrees with your pizza stone on it. It’s important that your stone preheats or your grilled s’mores pizza won’t cook properly.

Lightly flour your surface, and use a rolling pin to roll out your dough into a round, turning it as needed. Note that a perfect circle is not required, nor have I ever achieved one. 

Break the graham crackers into chunks. You don’t want them too fine, or the marshmallows won’t stick to the rest of the pizza well.

Graham cracker chunks

Use scissors to cut your large marshmallows into three even circles. I prefer large marshmallows, but this also works equally well if you use a cup of small marshmallows and sprinkle them over the pizza later.

Marshmallows for dessert pizza

The big difference between small and large marshmallows? The small marshmallows are more dense on the pizza, and they make it a little harder to cut with your pizza wheel. Either way works, but that’s the main reason I use the big marshmallows cut into pieces.

Place the pizza on your grill on a pizza stone. Close the lid, and let it cook for 2 minutes.

Pizza dough on the grill

When you open it, you may have a big bubble puff. Simply use your tongs to pop the bubble gently, then use those same tongs to flip your pizza crust over.

Use tongs to flip pizza

Use a spatula to spread the Nutella over the crust. See the note above about how it quickly becomes easy to spread.

Spread Nutella on pizza

Add the graham crackers atop the Nutella, making sure you spread them out. Go ahead and add any small crumbs you end up with, as there’s no reason to waste those.

Sprinkle on graham crackers

Drizzle the graham crackers with a bit of honey. This helps the marshmallows stick, and it adds some great flavor at the same time.

Drizzle honey on smores pizza

I realized too late that my honey was a little old, and and aged honey doesn’t drizzle as well as fresh honey does. If this happens to you, gently heat your honey in the bottle in warm water to thin it out before you start making your pizza.

Top with the marshmallows, just dotting them around your pizza. Press them gently into the Nutella as you go.

Top dessert pizza with marshmallows

Close the lid of the grill, and let the grilled s’mores pizza bake for three minutes. When the marshmallows are golden brown, use your tongs to remove the pizza from the grill.

Serve this immediately, as marshmallows just aren’t good once they cool off and get hard. We cut this into eight pieces to enjoy, and they disappear fast!

Bake grilled smores pizza until golden

Grilled S'mores Pizza

This dessert pizza is an ideal summer dessert. It's easy to make and unique, and everyone loves it! Who doesn't enjoy s'mores in a new fashion?
5 from 13 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 8 slices
Calories: 281kcal
Author: Michelle


  • 1 pizza crust
  • 1/3 cup Nutella
  • 3 graham crackers broken into large pieces
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 8 large marshmallows


  • Make pizza dough or use store bought dough.
    1 pizza crust
  • Preheat grill to 450 degrees with pizza stone on it.
  • Lightly flour a surface, and roll out dough into a round.
  • Break graham crackers into chunks. Slice marshmallows into three circles each with kitchen scissors.
  • Place the dough on your grill on a pizza stone. Close the lid, and let it cook for 2 minutes.
  • Flip dough over with tongs.
  • Use a spatula to spread the Nutella over the crust. Add graham crackers atop the Nutella, then drizzle with honey. Top with the marshmallows, and press them gently into Nutella.
    1/3 cup Nutella, 3 graham crackers, 1 tablespoon honey, 8 large marshmallows
  • Close grill, and let bake for three minutes. When the marshmallows are golden brown, use tongs to remove the pizza from grill.
  • Serve immediately.



  • You can use mini marshmallows if that's what you have on hand. You want about one cup of small marshmallows if you go that route.
  • If you don't have a pizza stone, you can make this directly on the grill grates. When you flip it, place the dough on a jelly roll or similar pan and turn off the grill. Add the toppings, then return it to the grill carefully. Close the lid and let it cook until the marshmallows are golden brown.
  • For more tips and tricks, be sure to read the full article above.


Serving: 1slice | Calories: 281kcal | Carbohydrates: 49g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 331mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 13g

This site uses an online source to provide nutrition estimates as a courtesy. If you need exact values, please calculate yourself.

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This easy grilled s'mores pizza recipe is the best dessert pizza I've had. It's fun and easy to make, and kids love it with the Nutella and marshmallows and graham crackers. It's a perfect unique s'mores idea, and a delicious BBQ dessert. #smores #pizza #grilled #dessert

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  1. Michelle says:

    Hyacynth – Sorry, it was dinner last night. It's all gone now, but my husband has requested it in place of birthday cake this year….

    Alexis – It's pretty good, and hey, I did apologize at the beginning, didn't I?

    Unknown Mami – You needed to know about as much as I did, I think. Again, I did apologize!

    Sherry – I'm with you on Nutella. I'm so glad it's available in the States now. And uhhh Costco carries a big two pack of it. That might keep it in house longer? 😉

    Steph – Yeah… it was good. I think your girls would like it, too. Although the Nutella does have dairy 🙁

  2. Steph at Problem Solvin' Mom says:

    nom nom nom! I had to stop over and check this out after seeing your tweets about it!

  3. Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet says:

    Just wanted to start licking the screen!! I absolutely love Nutella! I hate having it in the house though as it seems to disappear too fast. YUM!

  4. Unknown Mami says:

    Did I really need to know that this scrumptiousness exists?

  5. Alexis AKA MOM says:

    That is just not RIGHT I just have to make it now. Crap I don't think I can make this and make it to the neighbors house. I may eat it all! UGH

  6. Hyacynth says:

    So this isn't for dinner, right? Because if it IS for dinner, and my family finds out, guess who's going to be standing on your front porch around 5 p.m. tomorrow night. lol.

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