Heavenly Morsels

These Heavenly Morsels are made up of only 3 ingredients and little pieces of heaven. They have a chewy outside with a soft center with loads of gooey chocolate. Add some mini marshmallows on top and you’ve got Heavenly S’mores.

A couple of days ago my computer was on the fritz. It booted up but then sat at a black screen for hours trying to load Windows. I was in serious panic mode. I like to think that my life is not based on materialistic things, that I could happily live in the woods without technology and be just fine. But when my computer threatened to die, I realized how much of my life I have poured into this thing. Photos, journal entries, work projects, family movies – more of my life than I would like to admit,  is on my computer. Yes, it’s been months since I’ve backed it up. I even had a hunch last week that I should back it up and blatantly ignored it. Lesson learned.

After spending a couple of hours with my new friend John from tech support, we were able to restore my computer to an earlier date, minimizing my losses. I haven’t felt so much love for a complete stranger in a long time. I wanted his address so I could send him cookies.
Heavenly Morsels - 3 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate EverythingI told my husband he needed to taste these 3 ingredient cookies. He tasted them and said, “Bull butter. There’s no way there are only 3 ingredients in these.”

So when it’s Sunday (cookie making day) and you don’t have any flour, butter, or sugar, you can still make cookies.

Heavenly Morsels - 3 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate Everything

There are only 3 ingredients to these fabulous cookies: graham cracker crumbs, sweetened condensed milk, and chocolate chips. These cookies originated over at Pebbles and Piggytails!

Heavenly Morsels - 3 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate Everything

Mix it all together really well. Get a spatula and make sure you get all of your sweetened condensed milk out of the can. You will need it.

Heavenly Morsels - 3 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate Everything

It’s easiest to use a cookie scooper to place your cookies on the baking sheet.

Heavenly Morsels - 3 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate Everything

The outside is the perfect chewy texture with the soft, chocolatey mixture.

Heavenly S'mores - only 4 ingredient cookies | The Girl Who Ate EverythingLet’s see. You’ve got chocolate, graham cracker…what is the natural addition to add here? Marshmallows! Hello Heavenly S’mores. From my baking experience in the past I’ve found that when you fold the marshmallows into the dough, they melt while baking. The solution is to hand place the marshmallows on top after you’ve scooped the dough. Kind of wedge them in there so they don’t fall out.


Heavenly Morsels
Prep Time
5 hrs 50 mins
Cook Time
5 hrs 50 mins
Author: Christy Denney
  • 16 whole graham crackers (about 3 1/4 cups crumbs)
  • 1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
  • For S'mores version:
  • mini marshmallows
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line your baking sheets with parchment paper. This is a must! Otherwise they will stick.
  2. In a food processor, crush the crumbs into fine crumbs.
  3. In a large bowl, add the crumbs, sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips. Stir well to combine making sure everything is incorporated.
  4. Using a cookie scoop, scoop even tablespoon sized balls onto the parchment paper. Bake for 8-10 minutes. Let the cookies cool on the cookie sheet.
  5. For the S'mores version: After scooping the cookies onto the parchment paper, push 2-3 mini marshmallows onto the top of each cookie. Bake and cool according to the directions.
Recipe Notes

Source: Pebbles and Piggytails


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  1. Try these with dark chocolate chunks, a little less sweet, and amazing!

  2. Amazing! They look sooooo god! Greetings from Switzerland!

  3. I make a very similar cookie bar recipe… I layer softened butter in the pan, then graham cracker crumbs, condensed milk, then chocolate and peanut butter chips on top! They are a favorite over here!

  4. I completely understand about the computer. Been there! Not fun and I don’t like what it does to people.

  5. Oh my goodness, these look and sound amazing!

    xx Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

  6. Love the name you gave these cookies! It certainly seems fitting… What an easy cookie to make; can’t wait to try them!

  7. Oh my! These are so delicious and easy to make. I made a batch today for dinner, but I’m planning on making a double batch for my son and his college tennis team. Thanks for the amazing recipe:)

  8. Yum! I don’t think I’d even get these on the pan… I’d just gobble up that dough! yum 🙂

  9. These look amazing. I like the quick and easy recipes like this and it’s a big plus using few ingredients.
    Thank you

  10. These were good, except they stuck to the parchment, and it was real parchment. I even cooled forever before trying. Worked better without the parchment for me.

  11. Perfect for snacks when everyone is running around like crazy trying to get the kids and themselves back into the swing!

  12. I confessed to my readers this week that I do not like s’mores… GASP, I know!!! but it’s the toasty marshmallow part that holds me back. I’m thinking these cookies (the marshmallowless version) are perfect! Pretty sure I’ve got some stale graham crackers in the pantry that need to be used up too!

  13. Tasty, but dried out very quickly. When I was ready to put the second batch in the oven, the dough had already dried out.

  14. I was wondering if you could freeze these? Or if they stay soft at room temperature for a few days? Thank You.

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      I’m not sure about freezing them. I don’t see why you couldn’t. Mine got softer as they sat for a couple of days. But I live in Florida where the humidity is high.

  15. I made these and I thought I turned on the oven while mixing the dough, but I didn’t, so my cookies sat on the cookie sheet for about 10 minutes and my cookies were completely flat, they did not look anything like the picture. We thought these were just OK, they sorta make me think they are “healthy” cookies, maybe the texture, not sure. Anyway, these were a miss for me, besides breaking my plastic spatula while mixing the ingredients!

  16. Somehow I managed to screw these up! They all went flat on my baking sheet! lol I’m thinking I didn’t use enough graham crackers. However, they still taste delicious! Maybe next time I try them they’ll turn out even better!

  17. i was wondering why your heavenly morsels look different then the rest on pintrest I like the way yours look when they are baked I am planning on making them just wanted to know …The same ingredients…

  18. I was just wondering why your cookies look different then others with the same ingredients..I like the way yours look so just a bit confused…

  19. Rinske Waldner says:

    These are great, did a few changes. Added coconut and a tablespoon coconut oil, 1/2 the chocolate chips and they look like yours. Thank you

  20. I just made these last night and they were delicious ! I live in Ariona too, and things tend to dry out here! I made them on my day it had rained a bit, so it was more humid. They were so very yummy !

  21. How do you think these would do in the freezer?

  22. Thanks for sharing my recipe! I truly appreciate it!

  23. I cheated & used a box of graham cracker crumbs. I think next time if I cheat, I’ll need to use a second can of condensed milk because they were pretty dry. Still quite tasty! Awesome when they fell apart and were sprinkled on ice cream. 🙂

  24. Michelle Green says:

    I just made these. In fact I still have 2 pans in the oven. They taste Ok, but mine are crumbly & do not hold together. Even when rolled into a ball, they barely stayed together. They did not flatten out at all. I am making these for a bake sale because I needed a large quantity. I’m not sure I have enough that look Ok to take. Very disappointed. I’m in metro-Atlanta (Georgia).