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S'mores Pops

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S'mores Pops
  • Prep Time 25 min
  • Total Time 25 min
  • Servings 10
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S'mores Pops

These s'mores with a twist are made with Nature Valley™ Granola Thins. These s'mores aren't messy and are a cute, portable treat to take anywhere.

Ingredients

1
box (10 count) Nature Valley™ dark chocolate granola thins
8
oz semi-sweet or milk chocolate
Mini or large marshmallows
Colored sprinkles
lollipop sticks or colored drink stirrers

Directions

  • 1 Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper.
  • 2 Melt chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl in 20 second intervals, stirring in between, until smooth and melted, making sure not to burn.
  • 3 Lay the unwrapped Granola Thins on the parchment paper. You can place them chocolate side up (down is also okay but will yield a more chocolate flavored pop). Dip the end of the sticks in the chocolate and then on the middle of the Granola Thins. Place sheet in the fridge or freezer to harden for about 5 minutes.
  • 4 While chocolate is hardening, slice your marshmallows in half lengthwise. Dip the backs of the marshmallows in the remaining melted chocolate, then arrange on the granola thins. Place back in the fridge or freezer for 5 minutes to harden.
  • 5 You may need to reheat your dipping chocolate at this point if it has hardened at all. Now take a spoon and drizzle the chocolate over the entire front of the Granola Thin and marshmallow pieces. Place on parchment paper to dry, and return to the fridge or freezer to harden up.
  • 6 Once chocolate has hardened you can serve or wrap in clear cellophane as gifts.
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S'mores Pops

As prepared by Girl Who Ate Everything,

These S’mores Pops are easy, patriotic, and tasty without all of the mess of regular s’mores.


I love eating s’mores but with temperatures over 100 degrees in Florida, camping isn’t going to happen anytime soon. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy your favorite campfire treat inside with plenty of air conditioning.

These S'mores Pops are so simple to make and you can definitely get your kids in on the action. Just a little twist on these s’mores; we’re using Granola Thins in place of the traditional graham cracker. I’ve used graham crackers before for these pops and these Dark Chocolate Granola Thins are so much better. The buttery granola makes these almost gourmet. I say almost because I don’t want to upscale our favorite comfort food too much here and ruin it!

I used chocolate to glue the sticks to the Granola Thins. Just a couple of seconds in the freezer to harden up and they’re all set.

Use Chocolate to Glue the Sticks

Next cut your marshmallows in half lengthwise and stick them on with some more chocolate glue in any pattern you want! Little or big, it doesn’t matter…it all tastes the same. I found these brightly colored star marshmallows that I thought were beautiful and perfect for the Fourth of July coming up.

Star Marshmallows

We aren’t actually going to dip these s’mores because that can get tricky. It’s easier just to pour the chocolate over the marshmallows and Granola Thins until they’re covered. Place them on some parchment paper and cover in sprinkles, nuts, or toffee bits.

Sprinkles on S'mores Pops

These are great to give away as gifts or to have as party favors. After they’ve set up, wrap them in some clear cellophane and tie them with a cute ribbon.

Wrapped S'mores Pop

Look at the pop of colors inside once you bite into them!

Inside S'mores Pops

What an awesome 4th of July treat!

Bite of S'mores Pop

Happy 4th of July!



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