S'mores Calzone

End your meal with this twist on a family favorite. Children in particular will enjoy making these.


4 ea 6-oz. Wood Stone Dough balls
cinnamon graham crackers
4 oz. dark chocolate (your choice) –broken into 4 equal pieces
12 ea. marshmallows
Olive oil or clarified butter, for brushing
Semolina or all purpose flour, for dusting


Oven Temperature: 500-525 degrees

  1. Open and stretch a Wood Stone dough ball to a 5-6-in. diameter, dusting the counter with semolina or flour ahead of time.
  2. On half of the circle put 3⁄4 or 1-full graham cracker (depending on the size of your dough), 1⁄2 –in. in from the edge of the dough.
  3. Put one piece of chocolate on top of the graham cracker. Top with 3 marshmallows and another graham cracker (the same size as the bottom one).
  4. Stretch the other half of the dough over the graham cracker structure to make a half moon. Crimp the edges to close.
  5. Repeat these steps for remaining s’mores. When you are ready to bake, brush the tops with olive oil or clarified butter.
  6. Dust your large peel with semolina or flour and slide the “s’more/calzone” onto the peel.

Flame Height: 2.8

  1. Slide the s’mores, one at a time just inside the door and bake, turning once, 5-7 minutes.
  2. When the first s’mores are almost finished (1 minute left), rotate them by turning 1 more time and move closer to the flame, making room inside the door for the remaining s’mores.
  3. Let rest 1-2 minutes before cutting or serving.