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S'mores Marshmallow Pops



Summer officially starts on June 20th but with the weather we've been having, you would think that summer came early. Here in Colorado, we have had temperatures in the 90's, and while I grew up in the Caribbean and have even lived in New York City, aka the "concrete jungle",  personally I have never loved weather that goes over 80 degrees. In the Caribbean when it got too hot, I would find myself walking to the beach which was just a stone's throw away from my parent's house, yes I could see the ocean from my porch, and have a dip in the cool calming water. In New York City, I would turn my AC on and enjoy the cool air. In Colorado however, there are no beaches so my central air has been on blast for the past couple of days, and while I dread to see my electricity bill at the end of the month, I need to to feel comfortable. Anyway, I digress. We're talking about summer and summer means sunshine, vacations, road trips, camping and s'mores. Well since I've never gone camping and have no intention of doing so this summer, I found an easier way to make s'mores that doesn't include a campfire. Our s'mores marshmallow pops are easy to make and taste just as delicious!

S'mores Marshmallow Pops

Ingredients:


20 large marshmallows
1 10oz bag of Wilton chocolate candy melts
20 graham cracker squares, crushed
20 Wilton candy sticks

Directions:

1. Pour the Wilton candy melts into a microwave safe dish. Heat in 30 second increments, stirring until melted.


2. Allow the melted chocolate to cool for a few minutes prior to dipping the marshmallows.

3. Insert one candy stick into each marshmallow (see photo).


4. Dip each marshmallow into the melted chocolate one at a time covering half the marshmallow (see photo).


5. Allow the excess chocolate to drip back into the bowl and then sprinkle with crushed graham cracker crumbs.

6. Repeat with all the marshmallows.


*Makes 20 servings. 1 marshmallow = 1 serving.


Let's discuss: How do you intend to spend this summer? 

Annmarie John
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  1. Anything with marshmallows are awesome! My kids would definitely love to give this a go. Thanks for sharing. It looks quite easy to follow as well (I'm not exactly the best cook in the kitchen ;)

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    1. Then if you're no good, this would be a breeze for you. You definitely can't mess this up. Enjoy!

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  2. So... I moved to the PNW, and they don't believe in AC! Yes, you read that right, NO AC. Thankfully, it hasn't been to hot, yet. However, we did have a few hot days last month. :-/

    Your s'mores marshmallow pops will be made this summer, thank you very much! I cannot wait to make these with my babies. :) Pinned!
    XOXO
    www.mrsaokaworkinprogress.com

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    1. What?!! Don't believe in AC? I'd be in hell with something like that. I need my cool air. If you make them, let me know. I want to know if you enjoyed them.

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  3. This recipe looks so perfect for summer and so cute! Love the smores theme of it and how tasty it will be...and no mess!
    Karen | GlamKaren.com

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    1. Well there will be a little mess but nothing major. :)

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  4. Oh my goodness! This is BRILLIANT! And so simple!

    I'm definitely making this ASAP!

    Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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    1. Yes simplicity is the key. I don't like making things that takes forever. :)

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  5. I love this but I am going to have to try it with a roasted marshmallow! Yours are so good looking, I am wanting to go try it NOW!

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    1. Roasted marshmallows is perfectly ok too.

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  6. Yum. I dont need little kids to help me enjoy them. I think its time for us older ones too.

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    1. Oh most definitely Sandy. I totally get that and this is a treat that everyone can enjoy.

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  7. Oh My these look delish. I want one now so I'm going to go make these for a snack.

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    1. I'd love to see your photos and since I'm on your Facebook friend list, you know I'm going to bug you. :)

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  8. This is the coolest idea ever. My three kiddos would go nuts for these. I'm so excited I just let them talk me into ordering three things of marshmallows from Thrive Market. I am so going to try this.

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    1. You're all going to have a lot of fun making them. Enjoy!

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  9. Oh my goodness these look SO CUTE! I am saving this for a cub scout snack when we start up in the fall. I will let the boys make their own, they will love them.

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    1. You can even do them before the fall. If you can finish off a Kitchen Sink you can totally do these!

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  10. These look so delicious! My kids would love to make and eat these!

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  11. I can see this on kids's party. I think I'll substitute the cracker to nuts (cashewnut, walnuts, or even pistachio). Simple but super delish combo.

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    1. Since I'm deathly allergic to nuts I can't do that but if that works for you, go for it!

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  12. I am really loving cake pops at the moment and if I can find some vegan marshmallows these will be perfect! Love it.

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    1. While I'm not vegan or vegetarian, I would say if you can then give it a try.

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  13. Oh wow these look insane. My friends would love you for this most, going to have to try them!

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    1. Please do, they're absolutely delicious!

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  14. Yup, there's nothing I wouldn't like about these. I've seen variations with caramel, but never with the graham cracker. So this makes them a TRUE S'mores pop. I want seven, please!

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    1. Oh you can certainly have seven, or eight, nine or even ten. I'll save some for you. :)

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  15. Oh my goodness! I love this idea! I think it would be perfect for my son's birthday party coming up.

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    1. Oh have a blast and the kids would most certainly love them. :)

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  16. Ooooo now these are just perfect for summer!!!! Plus they are easy enough that my daughter can help make them even though they might not come out as pretty as yours ;-)

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    1. Don't bother about the pretty. Most of my recipes never come out looking pretty when Madison does them. LOL

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  17. What a fun way to enjoy a smore! My kids would absolutely love to make this version and it is easy enough they can help!

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    1. Oh most certainly. It's great to have help in the kitchen from the kids.

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  18. Those are genius! We just made indoor s'mores over our gas burners for a bunch of young people. It was torture. Next time they all want s'mores, I know exactly what to do! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Oh you're very welcome. Since we didn't have a campfire, this was one of the easiest way.

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  19. These look so simple! My kids would devour these up really quickly. I am going to have give them a whirl this weekend.

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    1. Have fun with them and the kids would have a blast making them as well.

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  20. This look delicious, easy and fun for a party! And it can be versatile too! Very cute, now I want tk have a camping party!

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    1. That sounds like a lot of fun. You should do one!

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  21. That's exactly the reason why I gave in and turned our AC on a few weeks ago, we have to be comfortable in this heat. These are the perfect treats to enjoy as we all usher in the beginning of summer.

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    1. Oh Maria I've had my central air turned on for the past 2 weeks now. I like the heat but not this dry heat. Anything over 80 when I can't go to the beach is torture for me.

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  22. We intend to spend as much of summer outside as possible! BQ, garden, reading, beach outings, forest walks, ...

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    1. That sounds like a lot of fun. We have no beach close by so we'll be doing other things.

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  23. I hear you on the weather. It's been over 90 here since May, ick. Loving these Smores Pops. They look almost too cute to eat, almost.

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    1. Over 90? How do you do it? I can't do anything over 80 comfortably. :(

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  24. These look yummy! I can easily substitute out vegan marshmallows, dark chocolate, and graham crackers for a Summer snack!

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    1. Oh you most certainly can, just make it yours!

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