Sunday, October 16, 2011

S'more Pops

I've seen these all over the internet and they're brilliant. S'mores without the messy, sticky faces and fingers afterwards. Here's how I did mine:

Melt your chocolate. 
Grind graham cracker crumbs.
Poke sucker sticks into marshmallows.
Dip into chocolate and Roll in crumbs. 
Voila! S'more Pops!

For packaging, rap in saran wrap or put them into lollipop bags. They also fit perfectly inside of mini muffin liners. I love it when stuff works out like that!

Mine stayed soft for two days this way. They were still okay on the third day, but were definitely starting to harden. 


As a plus, this is a project that's very kid friendly. Set up stations and let them poke, dip, and roll their very own!

I'm linking to these parties this week:

The Girl Creative


Passionately Artistic

Sumo's Sweet Stuff

Tidy Mom

The DIY Show OffTodays Creative BlogTip Junkie handmade projects

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tatertots & jello

delicate construction

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19 Responses to “S'more Pops”

  1. I think my kiddos would love these - they looks so yummy!

    New follower on GFC, I hope that you can head over to and follow me too.


  2. Anonymous6:43 AM

    I think my son will love these! And they should be quick and easy too! Will add them to this weeks to do list!

  3. These look wonderful, and the presentation is great as well!

  4. yum. I love s'mores

  5. OMG These look delicious! Definitely going to have to try this with my son! He'd love making a mess in that : )

    So glad you shared at Craft and Tell!

  6. This looks SO yummy and easy to make, I’m book-marking this to make later! I found you via Made by you Monday. I’m your newest follower and would love a “follow back”!

    Have a great week,

    Jillian @

  7. Yummy!! Thanks for linking to Things I've Done Thursday.


  8. LOVE this idea! I am having a halloween party next week and I think this will go perfectly! Thanks!

  9. Oooooo YUMMY! "Pinning" this one!

  10. This look yummy! I love smores and it's the perfect season for them. Saw you on TT&J!

  11. Thanks again for the great comments!

  12. I was whipping up pumpkin cookies this weekend for the kiddos--but your project blows me away. Plus, you are a great photographer. If you get a chance, we'd love you have you join our recipe linky over at Momtrends:

  13. these look & sound delicious!
    Thanks for sharing on the Sunday Showcase! I hope to see you again this week! I showcased these on facebook & Twitter!


  14. I featured these on my blog today! Feel free to stop by and grab a button! : )

  15. Yumm! These would be fun to have the kids do themselves at a Halloween party. I hadn't seen the idea before and I love it. So glad you shared on Monday Madness. The link actually didn't work and I had to go searching for it, but I am glad I did because this was a great post. Hope you come back again tomorrow.

  16. Laura, you're right! I just tried it from your site and I have no idea why the link is not working. Thanks for taking the time to find it and glad to hear you enjoyed it!

    Cherished Bliss, thanks for the feature!

  17. Boy would my girls love these, thanks for linking up to Monday Madness!

  18. now these are what i'm talking about!! they look sooo yummy! this post will be featured at tomorrow's tip-toe thru tuesday party! stop over, grab a featured button, and link up again! and don't forget to enter my giveaway!



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