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S'Mores on a Stick

S'Mores are a great addition to your menu no matter when you serve them. They're a classic summer treat we'll never tire of, but to dress them up and have even more fun with s'mores, we're popping them on a stick!

Here are 3 easy ideas to make your own s'mores kabobs, lollipops and stick treats!

Simple S'mores Lollipops:

You can find all the fun of a s’more and a lollipop in one place - just pop a s'more on a stick!

These sweet delights make a great sleepover treat and can be made by the kiddies as an activity, or you can make them the day before to give you more time to enjoy the evening.

Sweet, chocolaty and crunchy, these pops are popular with everyone, so make extra for parents passing through!


12 Marshmallows

6 Graham Crackers

1 Bar of 70% dark coca

2 tablespoons of butter

1 tablespoon of honey


Place a lollypop stick into each marshmallow and set them aside while you crush the graham crackers. Then fill a medium saucepan halfway with water and bring to a rolling boil. Create a double boil by topping the saucepan with a glass mixing-bowl large enough to rest on top. 

Next, add the bar of cocoa chopped or broken into small pieces, butter, and honey to the bowl and mix until melted.  

Dip the marshmallows into the chocolate and then roll them into the graham cracker crumble. Place bottom-side down on a plate covered in parchment paper and repeat the process until all the marshmallows are completely covered.

Allow them to cool in the fridge for 2-3 hours before serving. 

Fruity S'mores Kabobs:

Paired with fruit, we can't help but argue you can have s'mores for breakfast, too! This simple sweet kabob is a treat guests of all ages will adore.



12 large marshmallows

1 cup graham cracker crumbs

1 cup semi sweet chocolate chips

12 medium-size strawberries

2 large bananas cut in 1 1/2 inch chunks


Melt semi sweet chocolate chips in a double boiler. Dip each marshmallow in the melted chocolate to coat and then roll in the graham cracker crumbs, coating the top and sides. Place marshmallows on a plate in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to allow the chocolate to set up.

Thread each strawberry, then banana slice and finally the chocolate covered marshmallow onto a wooden skewer or straw.



S'mores on a Stick:

Sandwich s'mores on a stick for a handheld treat kids will love. They're messy like any normal s'more would be, but so much fun to eat!

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