S’more Pops

S’more Pops

Looking to make an adorable and sweet snack for your kids at home? This is it! I’m obsessed with these S’more Pops for all of my entertaining needs this summer! I can’t wait to make these for an upcoming playdate!

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Chill Time: 15 minutes | Total Time: 25 minutes

Chocolate chips
Graham Crackers (Gluten Free brand if following a GF diet)

S'more Pops

Other Materials:
Paper (Share what you made)
Hole punch
Treat sticks


S'more Pops

– Print S’more Pops tags on white paper. Cut out the number of circle tags you’ll need. Punch a hole through the top center and bottom center of each tag.

– Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

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– Place a treat stick into each marshmallow. If your sticks are longer, you can simply bend the stick and break off any excess to create the length you prefer. If doing this, place the broken side into the marshmallow and leave the clean side up.

– Break apart 2-3 graham crackers and place into a food processor (just a couple crackers goes a long way with this recipe). Pulse until crackers are broken down into crumbs and no large chunks remain. Pour crumbs onto a plate or shallow dish.

– Melt your chocolate in a shallow dish by microwaving for 1 minute, stirring, and then microwaving at 20 second intervals (stirring in between) until all chocolate has melted.

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– Dip your marshmallow on a stick into the melted chocolate – leaving the top half uncoated. Use a spoon to wipe off any excess chocolate from the bottom.

– Immediately dip the chocolate coated marshmallow into the graham cracker crumbs and coat all sides.

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– Place the s’more pops onto the prepared baking sheet with parchment paper. After finishing all pops, place them in the fridge to allow the chocolate to harden for about 10-15 minutes.

– Slide the printed s’more pop tags onto the stick of each completed pop and serve.

S'more Pops

S’more Pops was last modified: April 26th, 2018 by admin
SHOWHIDE Comments (49)
  1. I’ve never heard of smore pops before but they look great! I will have to make them soon!

  2. These are adorable. I’ve never seen S’mores like this before. Thanks for posting!

  3. Oh how fun and easy to make these! I eat gluten free due to celiac disease, but have never tried the graham crackers! I have to give these a try for us!

  4. These look really yummy, but also easy to make. I’ll have to make these for a summer party!

  5. Oh wow, I love how simple they are to put together! They look so delicious – I must try this!

  6. MMmmm! These look so good! Thanks for sharing!
    I’d go with dark chocolate myself, but I wouldn’t turn down milk chocolate if that’s all there was. 😀

  7. Because the S’more Pops look as delicious as it does, I can’t wait to try this special recipe out. I only hope I will be able do as good as you did in the heartwarming photos.

  8. Aren’t these the cutest and a lot less messy than a traditional s’more, they would make great party fare.

S’more Pops was last modified: April 26th, 2018 by admin