S’more Pops

Yes, another s’mores recipe. Problem? I didn’t think so.

I think I will be doing “Pop Week” this week and showing you all how to do various bite size desserts. I figured since I have the ingredients for s’mores (and trust me, they won’t last long in this house), I should start off with another variation of this sweet yummy time (a synonym for “dessert” according to my brother).

You’ll need:

  • 8 Jumbo marshmallows
  • 24 Wilton’s candy melts
  • 1 Graham cracker
  • 1 Plastic zip-lock bag
  • Styrofoam board or other lollipop holder
  • Lollipop sticks

Steps:

1. It’s a little morbid to start off this way, but go ahead and stab your marshmallows with the sticks πŸ™‚ Go all the way to the other end and then place in the board or holder until they’re all ready.

2.Take your graham cracker and put it in the zip-lock bag. Crush it thoroughly and set aside.

3. Melt the chocolate in the microwave for 30 second increments, stirring well after each session.

4. Dip the marshmallow stick in the chocolate and use the back of a spoon to even it all out. Then put the stick in the graham cracker bag and shake it around to make sure crumbs attach to all parts of the melted chocolate. Set back on the board and repeat the process for each of the pops.

You can either put them in the refrigerator when you’re done or allow them to cool by themselves. Once you’re sure the chocolate has hardened, you can serve and/or enjoy!

These make great gifts or favors, also! Put them in a lollipop bag (easily found in Michael’s or a candy making shop), tie off with a small piece of ribbon that matches your theme, and you’re done!

Gimme some oven lovin’.

 

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9 thoughts on “S’more Pops

  1. Holy smokes – what a great idea . . . and it opens the possibility for even more creativity in flavors and combinations. Thanks!

  2. Pingback: 4th of July Pops | gimme some oven lovin'

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