Easy S'more Pops

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Iced coffee, watermelon, corn on the cob, ice cream, burgers, hot dogs…all of these things scream SUMMER! However, there is nothing more symbolic of summer than s'mores! Love them but hate the mess of making them? I got you covered!

My Uncle's annual Memorial Day BBQ always ends with the kids surrounding the fire pit, roasting marshmallows. I’m always a wreck worrying that they’ll get too close to the flame! But regardless of the worry, its a tradition I’ve grown to love because my kids love making them and eating them. The combination of marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker is a little taste of heaven you no longer have to wait until summer to enjoy.

My version is bite-sized and much lighter than the original which, trust me, nobody will miss! As a matter of fact, you don’t even need to go outdoors to make them! Bring them to your next BBQ and you’ll be the hit of the party.

12 ounces of melted chocolate made about 80+ regular sized marshmallows (I was eating them as I made them, so the exact number is questionable!). If you don’t want to make that many, just melt a little chocolate at a time until you reach the desired amount. I stored the remaining graham cracker crumbs in a baggie and put it in the fridge for future s'more pops.

Happy Summer!

 

Ingredients

12 ounces chocolate, melted (you can use Wilton cocoa. I have a Wilton candy melting pot that I love. Melt chocolate according to directions)

Regular sized marshmallows (I used 3 bags for 80)

1 sleeve graham crackers crushed

Cake pop sticks

Parchment paper

 

Directions

While melting the chocolate, poke the sticks into the marshmallows.

Take 1 package of graham crackers and pulse them in the food processor. I used my Magic Bullet.

Once the chocolate is melted, hold the marshmallows by their sticks and dip the top portion of marshmallows into the chocolate. Swirl off excess chocolate. Dip the chocolate-covered part of the marshmallows into the graham cracker crumbs.

Stand up each marshmallow chocolate side down on the parchment paper.

Repeat steps until desired amount is reached.

 

 

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Author: Tara Lotufo

Tara lives in New York with her husband David and children, Chloe and Max. Being a New Yorker can be difficult come winter, so Tara spends a lot of time in the kitchen with her kids, who have become her little sous chefs. They enjoy mixing and measuring, pouring and prepping, and eating! They’re her inspiration for creative meals and the reason she’s such a happy mommy. Tara blogs about food, cooking and all things delicious.

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