S’mores Pizza (Papa Murphy’s Copy Cat)

My husband recently fell in love with the S’mores dessert pizza from Papa Murphy’s Take n Bake.  All of sudden, he’s wanting to order pizza in the middle of the week.  I thought it was strange at first until I noticed he kept coming home with a S’mores pizza as well.  Aha!  Trickery!  What he really wanted was some of their awesome S’mores dessert pizza!

I have to admit, it’s quite good.  But, when I looked at the ingredient list, I was a little disappointed with all the processed items included in the list.  So, I whipped up my very own copy cat recipe and I have to say *ahem* that it is very tasty.  I won’t pretend that it’s healthy.  So, if you see me running laps around the block…now you know why…I’m working off dessert.

Copy Cat Recipe for:

Papa Murphy’s S’mores Pizza


  • Your Favorite Pizza crust (you can buy store made or I like this recipe because it’s simple, quick, and quite good)
  • 1/3 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Rolled Oats
  • 2 tablespoons Softened Butter
  • 1/4 cup Flour
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Semi-sweet chocolate chips


  1. Prepare crust as you normally would.
  2. In a medium sized bowl, combine flour, brown sugar, and butter with a fork until you have corn meal consistency.  Mix in the rolled oats.
  3. Sprinkle this mixture across your pizza crust
  4. Liberally sprinkle marshmallows and chocolate chips onto crust
  5. Bake pizza crust as directed. *Note, if you’re crust cooking time is longer than 10 minutes, you’ll want to wait and add the marshmallows when there is just about 10 minutes left for the pizza to cook.  That prevents them from getting to toasty*
  6. YUM!


25 thoughts on “S’mores Pizza (Papa Murphy’s Copy Cat)

  1. Oh my gosh this looks beautiful!!! (And so yummy too, of course!) What a great idea, I’ll have to remember this for the summer! Thanks for the great idea!

    1. I was really surprised there was no graham crackers in the original Papa Murphy’s pizza, but I have to say you don’t miss it (if you’re the kind that likes ’em)

  2. My daughter made this today at her book club and loved it! We’re posting our version of it tomorrow. Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  3. I have made this before, but with store made peanut butter cookie dough. You bake the cookie dough for about 10 min. THen Sprinkle on Choc. chips for a couple of min. You don’t want them to melt all the way down, Then Sprinkle on Marshmallows and turn the over to broil then you will get a toasted look on them. Pull it out and let cool. Delicious!!!

  4. Nothing is processed except the dough, unless I’m clinically retarded and don’t know what I’m looking at.

    Source: I work at papa murphy’s.

    1. I read the ingredient list, right on the package, and there are plenty of ingredients that would fall under the category of processed food. Perhaps they are all in the dough. Either way, at least with homemade you are in control of what exactly goes in the food.

  5. I live 2hrs away from the closest papa murphys and being prego I’ve been craving this you are amazing thank you

  6. Has anyone tried this using cookie dough for the crust instead of pizza crust? I have made a fruit pizza before using sugar cookie dough and figure it would work for this smore pizza as well. Or, even using choc. Chip cookie dough if you want it more chocolatey! Thoughts anyone?!?!?

  7. I have am awsome cinnamon roll recipe and I just thought it would be even better if I add a few ingredients from smores pizza to make a hybrid smores cinnamon roll. you helped me out, ill try to let you know how the experement goes.

  8. This was great! I made this tonight and it was almost spot on. I say almost because my husband and I thought it needed more chocolate chips and a bit more marshmallows (…I love how they turn dark and crispy and taste just like you roasted them over a campfire). But all in all, you came up with the crumble base perfectly, it is just a matter of taste and preference for the chocolate and marshmallows. Our dough was a bit thicker than Papa Murphy’s but still fantastic and scrumptious. I will go with 1/3 of my usual “french bread rolls” dough instead of 1/2. Cooked it up according to Papa Murphy’s baking instructions and it looked almost exactly like theirs. Great job Jessica!
    Funny thing is I used to wonder who bought those silly dessert pizzas, until my husband came home with one for free after using a coupon, and I must say it is so yummy!! The best part is that it tastes great hot, warm or cold!

  9. I’ve been working for Papa Murphy’s for a long time and I have to say your Ingredients list and Directions are almost perfect to close to the real thing. The only difference is a substitute and a few prep. directions but otherwise you have made the Smores Dessert Pizza. Good show! Although I cant give away the secret with some recent changes.

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