S'more Pops

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S'mores Pops are a delightful and portable way to enjoy the classic s'more experience. Whether you're serving them at a party, giving them as gifts, or indulging in a solo sweet treat, these pops are sure to be a hit. Get creative with your toppings, and don't be afraid to experiment with different chocolate varieties. So, gather your ingredients, round up your friends and family, and embark on a delicious journey with S'mores Pops – a modern twist on a timeless favorite!
Valentine S'more Pops

Valentine S'more Pops Recipe

s'mores pop with edible sugar decoration
What could be a more delightful way to savor s'mores throughout the year than with s'more pops! Elevate the charm of these treats for any occasion by simply altering the colors of the edible embellishments. These s'mores are guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser at any event. Achieving this delightful treat is a breeze with a few straightforward steps that anyone can effortlessly replicate at home.


  • Milk Chocolate Candy Melts
  • S’more Vanilla Marshmallows
  • Graham Crackers
  • Paper Straws
  • Holiday Sprinkle Mix
  • Pink and Red Candy Coating for Drizzle
  • Sugar Decorations of your choice


To start, break six graham crackers in half. Be careful to ensure not to crumble any of the crackers. This can be done using a knife or your hands.
Next, melt two pounds of milk chocolate candy coating in the microwave using 30 second intervals, stir in between times.
When the chocolate is completely melted, dip one end of a straw into the chocolate then press into one end of a marshmallow until the stick is about ¾ into the marshmallow. The chocolate will act like glue and keep the marshmallow connected to the stick when dipping and handling.
dipping straw into melted milk chocolatepushing straw into square marshmallow
Once the stick is inserted into the marshmallow, place on a parchment paper sheet for 5-10 minutes to allow the chocolate to fully set up before dipping.
On a separate sheet of parchment paper, lay out 3 of the graham cracker halves. Dip the graham cracker in a diagonal, covering the cracker with chocolate from corner to corner.
dipping graham cracker into melted milk chocolatedipping graham cracker into melted milk chocolate
Lay the partially chocolate covered cracker back onto the parchment paper to allow the chocolate to fully set up.
Once the chocolate on the sticks of the marshmallow have all had time to fully dry, move on to dipping the marshmallow. You may need to reheat the chocolate you are using to dip with. This can be done by microwaving in 15 second intervals until chocolate is fully melted again. When dipping the marshmallow be sure to only handle the stick as to not smudge any of the chocolate. Dip the entire marshmallow until it is fully submerged.
dipping marshmallow into melted milk chocolate
Slowly pull the marshmallow out of the chocolate and tap the stick on the edge of the bowl so that the excess chocolate drips back into the bowl.
tapping excess chocolate off of marshmallow
Place the marshmallow in the middle of a graham cracker that was not dipped in chocolate.
putting chocolate dipped marshmallow onto graham cracker
Then, place one of the graham crackers that were dipped in chocolate on top and gently press down. Your final product should look like a s'more on a stick. Continue until all s’mores are created. Let dry on parchment paper for 10-15 minutes or until chocolate is completely set.
sandwiching a chocolate dipped marshmallow in between 2 graham crackers
The next step is to decorate the tops of the s’mores pops. Start by heating red or pink candy coating in piping bags until fully melted. This can be done by melting the chocolate in piping bags for 15 second intervals massaging the bag in between times until chocolate is fully melted. Cut a small hole in the tip of the piping bag. In a quick sweeping motion pipe the pink or red chocolate in the corner diagonally across half of the marshmallow.
piping melted red chocolate onto sdrizzling melted pink chocolate onto s
Quickly top with sprinkles or layons for decoration. If the chocolate is left to set it will harden and sprinkles and layons will not be able to stick to the chocolate.
adding edible sugar decoration to sadding sprinkles on top of s
Let chocolate set for 5 minutes to ensure toppings stick and don't fall off when handling and enjoy!

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