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S’mores on a Stick – Birthday Treat

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S’mores on a Stick. The easiest way to get that yummy s’mores taste when a campfire is not available!

(In one COMPLETELY MESS-LESS bite!)

S'mores on a Stick. Easiest way to get that yummy s'mores taste when a campfire is not available! (In one COMPLETELY MESS-LESS bite!)

S’mores on a stick:

I stumbled across these S’mores on a Stick several years ago and have been making them like crazy!  So easy and yummy.

I made a bunch yesterday to take to my sons class as a birthday treat!  They were a hit, as always!  I just love how quick and easy these are to do, if you’ve never tried them, you should really give them a shot…

Ta Da!  S’mores on a stick!  (Just wait until you taste one…)

Just be sure to have other things on hand to dip, If you are anything like me, you will have melted way too much chocolate…

(I dipped graham crackers, almonds, and pretzel crisps, and when I got tired of dipping, I just tossed some crispy Chow Mein Noodles, broken pretzels, graham crackers, and chopped almonds into the chocolate to make a few haystacks…)

To transport the s’mores on a stick, I loaded them into a foil-lined box, and we were good to go!

 

S'mores on a Stick. Easiest way to get that yummy s'mores taste when a campfire is not available! (In one COMPLETELY MESS-LESS bite!)

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S’mores on a Stick – Birthday Treat


Ingredients

  • Lollipop or popsicle sticks. (I’ve used both)
  • dipping chocolate
  • shortening
  • large marshmallows
  • graham crackers

Instructions

  1. Crush graham crackers.  (I rolled them with a rolling pin in a ziplock bag.)
  2. Melt the chocolate following the directions on the package.  Add one to two teaspoons of the shortening to help thin the chocolate.  (I used half the bag of Almond Bark and two generous teaspoons of shortening.)
  3. Then put your marshmallows on a stick and dip them in the chocolate. I like to keep a bit of the marshmallow showing for contrast.
  4. Roll the chocolate-covered marshmallow in the crushed graham crackers.
  5. Place the s’mores on a stick on wax paper to set up.

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10 Comments

  1. Thank you! I made these for my daughters woodland baby shower recently and they were adorable! I placed them on a moss covered foam block inside an open woodsy look box. The guests loved them and they were whimsical and fun.

  2. Do these stay well? I need to make these for a party and would like to make them in advance

    1. Toni, we pretty much eat these the day of, so I can't speak to how well the would hold up. My only concern would be how long can a marshmallow sit out of the bag before it starts to to get stiff and hard.

    2. Thank you Jamie, that was my concern as well. I'm gonna try it without sticking the pop stick in, layering them on a sheet pan and wrapping it saran wrap the night before and then sticking the graduation tooth picks in when I serve them.

      1. Toni, how did making these the day before work out for you? I’d like to do the same.

        Thanks!

      2. Has anyone tried making these in advance like the above comments suggested? If so how does that work ?

      3. I made these for my sons class and they were made in advance. The kids loved them and no issues with them at all. I did put each one in a cake pop bag and tied them with ribbon so that may have helped keep them fresh.

  3. RealHousewives AbuDhabi says:

    Yum! This looks easy enough. I will definitely have to try with my little ones.

  4. mMMmMM S'mores on a stick sounds great!

  5. These look delicious! Thanks for sharing!