S’mores Pops

I LOVE S’MORES!!!!  Yes, it’s true.  I love S’mores, how ’bout you??  If you answered yes to that, you must make these S’mores Pops immediately.

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Ingredients

Large Marshmallows
Milk chocolate chips
Graham Crackers, smashed to crumbs
Sticks or straws for the pops

***to make 12 pops, I used 12 Marshmallows, 1 cup of chocolate chips (there was some melted chocolate leftover), and about 5 graham crackers.

Directions

Place marshmallows securely on sticks.  In a microwave-safe bowl, heat chocolate chips in microwave (or you could use a double boiler) until melted.  Microwave for 20 seconds, stir, and then microwave in 10 second intervals, stirring in between until smooth.  Dunk marshmallows in chocolate & immediately sprinkle with crushed graham crackers.  Allow the chocolate to harden a bit, I used a glass to keep them upright.  Enjoy!

The ingredients.

The ingredients.

Stick marshmallow firmly on stick.

Stick marshmallow firmly on stick.

Melted chocolate and crushed grahams are ready!

Melted chocolate and crushed graham crackers are ready!

Dunk marshmallow in melted chocolate.

Dunk marshmallow in melted chocolate.

Sprinkle with graham crackers.

Sprinkle with graham crackers.  Eat up, buttercup!

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2 thoughts on “S’mores Pops

  1. these look amazing! I am practically a s’mores addict haha! will definitely have to give these a go, but unfortunately we have no Graham crackers in England (almost every recipe calls for them!) – don’t suppose you would be able to recommend an alternative?

    • Thank you! S’mores are simply amazing! I believe the common substitute for Graham crackers in England is digestive biscuits. Oreos would make a nice substitute, too. Come to think of it, now I want to make them with Oreos instead of Graham crackers…. 🙂

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