Spiderweb S’mores Dip
Spiderweb S’mores Dip recipe needs only a few ingredients, takes minutes to make, and is a super-fun Halloween party food idea! Creamy melted white chocolate topped with toasted marshmallows served with graham crackers, cookies, or fruit for dipping.
I am forever and always a fan of S’mores Recipes. You will not believe just how simple and easy this Spiderweb S’mores Dip recipe is. Isn’t it the absolute CUTEST?! With only a few really common ingredients, this no fuss recipe is effortless. I love fun Halloween recipes!
The results of this dip are absolutely delicious if you are a S’mores fan. Have you tried my ever-so-popular S’mores Pie (one of the most popular recipes on my site)?
You’ll win the spookiest Halloween dessert with this one if there is any competition here. It is the best and a blast for Halloween! You can also leave out the Halloween decoration on top and just make this year ’round for snacking on.
I love s’mores (like my Caramel S’mores Popcorn) but I am not a fan of camping…at all. Not one single bit. I’ve given it the ol’ community college try and hated it. Sorry to all you campers out there!
I’m just not okay with a thin piece of nylon being the only thing between me, my kid, and a giant-ass grizzly bear. I put that word in there to see if my husband or mom actually read my blog. If they yell at me, I’ll know at least they actually read my work!
I’m sorry but I don’t understand the appeal of being around all those bugs, dirty and nasty bathrooms, and unpredictable weather that there is no escaping from. I like soft beds, staying dry and warm, and being able to cook or order a good meal. I don’t see the appeal of intentionally making my life harder as a recreational activity. Sorry, guys. I like very sanitary and comfortable conditions when I get away.
It might have to do with a bad experience camping as a kid with our church group girls and women. I mean, it wasn’t traumatic or anything. It rained for the entire weekend we were camping and two of the giant tents collapsed in the middle of the night because of the heavy rain.
Everyone was cold and drenched and had to move to another tent that was still standing with all of their wet stuff. Everyone came into our tent wet and muddy. I give the adults so much credit for taking all that on and doing it with a smile! Well, they smiled in front of us, at least.
This indoor s’mores dip is perfect because it gives all the delicious flavors of s’mores minus the actual campfire. I love my Peanut Butter S’mores Cookies, as well, but this dip is made with only a few simple ingredients and comes together in minutes. The design on top is so fun for Halloween!
When it comes to the marshmallows, I find it easier to halve the marshmallows so you get a better chocolate to marshmallow ratio. You can also toast them under a broiler, but be sure to keep an eye on them because they will burn really quickly. You can also use a hand torch if you have one and are feeling wild. Use a back and forth movement with the torch and don’t hold it in one place too long (I’m sure you already know this).
Make this Spiderweb S’mores Dip in minutes for your next Halloween party. You can even use the Halloween Peeps in the shapes of ghosts and pumpkins if you prefer, although we are turning them black so it doesn’t make much of a difference.
It’s nice to able to enjoy s’mores dip year ’round despite the weather, like this Crock Pot S’mores Fondue! Serve this dip with graham crackers, pretzels, or just lots and lots of spoons for scooping (no judgement here). Be sure to check out my collection of S’mores Dessert Recipes, as well.
Check out my how-to video of me making the recipe for this Spiderweb S’mores Dip!
Spiderweb S'mores Dip
- Start by spraying your skillet down with cooking spray.
- Dump your white chocolate chips into the bottom of the skillet and smooth out evenly.
- Place a marshmallow on the end of a toothpick and dip it in your water for about 5 seconds.
- Then dip in the sugar, to coat the marshmallow.
- Place in the skillet over top of the chocolate chips.
- Repeat until the entire skillet is full.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes, or until chocolate is melted. Check with a toothpick.
- Next place two marshmallows in the microwave for 10 seconds.
- Let cool slightly and knead with your hands until it becomes sticky and stringy. Wear gloves. It gets messy.
- String over the top of your marshmallows to create a web effect.
- Serve with graham crackers and enjoy!