I have a few more S’mores recipes to share before National S’mores Month draws to a close, so bear with me!
Last Sunday Miss E and I were hanging out in the kitchen and I wanted to make something, or bake something, but I didn’t know what and I did not want to go to the grocery store. (Did I mention we were hanging out in our jammies? Around 1:00? My favorite kind of Sunday.)
I remembered this saved recipe and knew I had everything on hand. Yes, even the lollipop sticks. Sad commentary on my hoarding, but I did use them again, right? Anyway, Miss E and I got to work and had so much fun making these little pops. Super easy, fun to make and the girls think they are delish. Personally, I prefer my marshmallows fried to a crisp and gooey inside, so we’ll have to go with their review… 🙂
Can you tell which ones Miss E made? I think there was more chocolate on her and the sticks than on the marshmallows…
I halved this, more or less and also didn’t fully coat the marshmallows. Highly adaptable – do what you like!
1 bag of large marshmallows
1 package of semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips
1 sleeve of graham crackers (honey or cinnamon is fine) – about 9 full / long crackers
1. Insert the lollipop sticks into the flat end of the marshmallows – twisting as you go makes it easier – until they are secure. If you put your finger on the opposite side of the marshmallow, you can feel the stick before it pokes through.
2. Place the graham crackers in a food processor and process until finely chopped. (Alternately, place into a zip top bag and crush them with a rolling pin or mallet until finely ground.) I opted for machinery. Place crumbs into a small bowl.
3. Lay out a sheet of waxed paper for your finished product.
4. Heat the chocolate chips in a double boiler over medium heat or microwave for 20 second intervals, stirring between each round, until melted.
5. Holding the stick of the pop, dip the marshmallow into the chocolate until completely covered. Let the excess drip off.
6. Roll gently in the graham cracker crumbs until well-coated. Place on waxed paper to cool and dry.
7. Repeat with remaining prepared marshmallows.
Source: Gimme Some Oven