{Recipe} Pizzelle Nutella S’mores!

pizzelle s'mores with nutella

Want to Save This Recipe?

Enter your email & I'll send it to your inbox. Plus, get new recipes from me too!

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

By submitting this form, you consent to receive emails from Pizzazzerie.

When I discovered this Pizzelle maker, I was absolutely positive I had to try it out and make s’mores with the little cookies. One of my bridesmaids + best friends is in town so we took on this sweet project. We loveeeee Nutella so that was our natural choice for “chocolate”. The maker produces a bit smaller cookie than the normal pizzelle. I love this because they’re perfect for individual servings.

I also think they’d be delicious with honey drizzle inside or even jam. OR peanut butter. OR roll them up while still warm and make cannoli.. OR roll them into baby waffle cones. You get the idea… endless┬ápossibilities. We had to try s’mores though. So here we go…

pizzelle maker by chef's choice

So here is the recipe for the pizzelle batter that we used. It could have had a bit more sugar for a sweeter cookie but we knew it would get the sweetness from nutella + marshmallows so it was perfect.


3 eggs
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 cup sugar

Beat eggs until smooth. Add oil and vanilla extract. In a separate bowl, combine flour and baking powder. Add sugar to egg mixture and slowly add flour mixture. Beat vigorously for about 5 minutes. Batter will be smooth and sticky. If does not drop off a spoon, add a little water (I added about 1/4 cup). I still had to use a second spoon to help get the batter to drop off the spoon, however. Drop batter by spoonful and bake for 45-60 seconds. Use a plastic spatula to slowly pull the cookies off.

A little looksie into the dropping of the batter! The key is not to use too much, about a tablespoon.

pizzelle batter

Of course, we have to have our nutella and our marshmallows. For the marshmallows, simply preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line marshmallows onto a glass 8×8 dish sprayed with PAM. Bake for 6-8 minutes or until tops are golden brown. Mmm…

pizzelle s'mores

Getting hungry, yet? We were! So the process is pretty simply from here. Take a pizzelle cookie and spread with nutella to your heart’s delight. Top with one (or three) toasted marshmallows. Here is what it looks like at this point…mmmm…

pizzelle s'mores

Finish by topping with another pizzelle cookie. Delicious looking huh? They were good ;)

pizzelle s'mores

Ahhh… DELISH! Absolutely fabulous. I would DEFINITELY serve a platter of these to football-watching friends, backyard dinner party guests, you name it! They were totally decadent.

pizzelle s'more

What do you think? Want to try it? Do you like nutella in your s’mores? Leave a comment below (bloggers love comments, by the way, we read them all!)

Pizzazzerie is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associate Programs and other affiliate services. This means that pizzazzerie.com receives a small commission by linking to Amazon.com and other sites at no cost to the readers.

Courtney’s Latest book

Get Your Copy!

In The Southern Entertainer’s Cookbook, Courtney Whitmore shares her party go-tos, over 75 delicious crowd-pleasing recipes. Featured as a must-have cookbook in Southern Living Magazine.


  1. Anything with Nutella in it will always pique my interest, this one looks fantastic! (By the way, is your Nutella in a glass jar? Why does mine always come in a yucky plastic one?!?)

  2. jasmine gee says:

    Omg!!! Yum yum. Too delicious && simply a favorite

  3. I L.O.V.E. Nuttela…and the thought of using it for s’mores

  4. I have an older pizzelle machine so the cookies will be a little larger than your cookies but I will have to try the nutella/marshmallow combination.

  5. I don’t have a pizzelle machine but I do have a homemade waffle maker and it kind of made me think of my waffle maker and then made me think of how much I want to make waffle smores….
    Just saying…I will make ANYTHING into a smore and then proceed to consume 500 of them.


  6. What an adorable idea! So fun! I just used my pizzelle maker to make mini ice cream cones for an ice cream social I had. I also decided that plain mini cones weren’t good enough, so then I dipped the tops in chocolate. =)

  7. Wow, these look yummy! I had no idea there was such a thing as a pizzelle maker! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I will have to try someday.

  8. Yum! I’ve never had pizzelles, but they sound great…and now I want a pizzelle maker!

  9. Love finding this recipe…Nutella has been a favorite of mine since I was growing up, it makes you smile!

  10. Wonder if you could substitute graham cracker crumbs for some of the flour. Would give it an authentic s’more flavor

  11. MaryJeanne says:

    Love these! How do you store them and for how long? Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *