S’mores Pops

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I am all about shortcuts and sort-of homemade treats. If I can find a quick way to do something that still tastes delicious {like with my Mini Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops or Donut Hole Cake Pops}, then I am all over it.

Like s’mores. I love, love, LOVE s’mores, but they’re kind of a pain in the neck. And messy. Holy moly, are they messy. We had s’mores night at our house the other night, and the amount of toasted marshmallow that I had to chip out of my 3-year-old’s hair was horrifying. Plus, they’re sort of a make-it-then-eat-it-immediately kind of snack, which limits what they can be made for.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

So I decided to do super easy, super quick s’mores pops. They can be made in minutes, and you might even have everything you need for them in your cupboard right now.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

Plus, they’re on a stick. Which means: a. they’re naturally more fun, because pretty much anything on a stick is awesome, and b. they’re portable. These would be great school treats, especially for those nights when your 6-year-old reminds you as he’s going to bed at 8:00 p.m. that he’s supposed to take in a snack the next day.

You know you’ve been there.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

Literally, they take minutes to put together. I started to take pictures of the step-by-step process, and then I realized that would be insulting to your intelligence. Because here’s what you do:

Step 1: Poke lollipop stick in marshmallow.

Step 2: Dip in melted chocolate. I used milk chocolate candy melts, but you could use any type of chocolate you have.

Step 3: Roll in graham cracker crumbs.

Step 4: Eat.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

I’m pretty sure my marshmallow-coated 3-year-old could make these.

Especially since they’re not supposed to look perfect. I personally love the more rustic look of the different sizes of graham cracker crumbs, so I just crushed them up by hand, but if you want them to look fancier, then by all means toss ’em into the food processor.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

So next time you need a sweet treat on the fly, try these! I promise, you won’t be disappointed.

Who doesn't love s'mores?? These s'mores pops taste just like the original, but easy and portable!

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Hi, I’m Jenn. I live in central Pennsylvania with my husband and three boys. Yeah. That’s a lot of testosterone in one house. I love decorating, DIYing, crafting, baking, and cooking, and I’m constantly scouring everything I see for inspiration. My ideas can come from anywhere: Pinterest, books, magazines, Pinterest, catalogs, stores, TV shows, websites, other blogs, Pinterest, other people’s homes, nature {did I happen to mention Pinterest?}. You name it, and I’ve gotten an idea from it. {Literally. I selected the color scheme for our family room from a pocket pack of tissues. Totally not making that up.} I hope to teach others that, if you really pay attention to the world around you, you can get inspiration from anything!

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