S’mores Pops

If you love all the flavors of s’mores but are short on time, this is a quick and easy treat to satisfy your craving.  I thought I was quite clever when I thought of this idea last summer… but apparently lots of other people thought of it long before that!  The earliest post I can find is from the delicious blog Gimme Some Oven.

All you need is…

large marshmallows

chocolate (I like to use Ghirardelli)

graham crackers, crushed (but not too fine)

lollipop sticks (I used 6″ sticks- these are available at craft stores)

Directions-

Add sticks to the marshmallows, by holding a marshmallow on the counter (or cutting board) and pressing the stick down into the marshmallow.  Then, melt the chocolate in a large mug or glass measuring cup, in the microwave at 50% power, in 30 second intervals, stirring between intervals.  Dip marshmallows (on sticks) into the chocolate, allow excess to drip off, then hold over a bowl and sprinkle with crushed graham crackers.  Place sticks in a mug or container so then can dry upright.  In warm weather, place pops (in mug) in the refrigerator or freezer for 5-10 minutes for the chocolate to set.  Once chocolate has set, store pops in an airtight container (in a cool location) for up to 3 days.

 

How to Make S’mores Pops

smores pops in cups

How to Make S'mores Pops

If you love all the flavors of s’mores but are short on time, this is a quick and easy treat to satisfy your craving!
Prep Time 30 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Ingredients
 

  • large marshmallows
  • chocolate I like to use Ghirardelli
  • graham crackers crushed (but not too fine)
  • lollipop sticks I used 6″ sticks- these are available at craft stores

Instructions
 

  • Add sticks to the marshmallows, by holding a marshmallow on the counter (or cutting board) and pressing the stick down into the marshmallow.
  • Then, melt the chocolate in a large mug or glass measuring cup, in the microwave at 50% power, in 30 second intervals, stirring between intervals.
  • Dip marshmallows (on sticks) into the chocolate, allow excess to drip off, then hold over a bowl and sprinkle with crushed graham crackers.
  • Place sticks in a mug or container so then can dry upright. In warm weather, place pops (in mug) in the refrigerator or freezer for 5-10 minutes for the chocolate to set.
  • Once chocolate has set, store pops in an airtight container (in a cool location) for up to 3 days.
Keyword s'mores pops
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Prop note-  I photographed my s’mores pops in some of my beautiful glassybaby glass vessels (usually used as candle holders).  The colors are burnt sugar, caramel, and dune.

Love s’mores?  Try these other delicious recipes…

Chocolate S’mores Cupcakes

S’mores Graham Cracker Cookies

24 comments

  1. this is brilliant – i bought marshmallows yesterday to make some rice krispie bars but the kids stole the mallows and ATE THE WHOLE PACKET !! I discovered them in their playroom with a basket filled with red lego "that's the fire" they said and were holding coloring pencils over their "fire" with marshmallows stuffed on the end…is that a hint we need to go camping? Have to get some more marshmallows and will make these for them… so cute!

  2. I love these! What a FUN treat, Glory!

  3. I made some similar not too long ago with homemade marshmallows…they were good, but these are even better because they can be made and eaten all in a matter of 5 minutes 🙂

  4. Hehe, love it! I'm on such a smores kick right now!

  5. These look so fun and easy to make! My friends (my adult friends who are really giant kids) will inhale them!

  6. So yesterday I told you about the annual smores contest we have at our fire-pitless camp site… This is what one of the other moms brought this year :o) The kids LOVED them!!!

  7. These look great and love the glasses they're in.

  8. Great idea! I will have to use it for my next party.

  9. This is such a great idea!

  10. Great kid idea, love it!

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