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S’mores on a Stick Recipe

Marshmallow S’mores on a stick

S’mores are super popular right now and a classic treat. Loved by adults and kids alike they are fun for camping whether at home or away, sleepovers, or just for a fun movie night. These S’mores Marshmallow Pops are a fun take on a classic dessert.

My husband and I are obsessed with s’ mores! We even had a s’mores bar at our wedding! These marshmallow s’ mores pops are a fun twist as they don’t require fire to make so kids can easily make their own. Plus, everything is more fun on a stick!

smores pops

S’mores Pops shopping list

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Everyone knows the basic s’mores recipe and this ingredient list isn’t much different. You’ll need:

You can use any type of stick for these. Lollipop sticks or popsicle sticks will work though they are a bit on the short side. Skewers will provide extra length for using several large marshmallows.

Building your S’more on a Stick

The first thing you’ll want to do is load up all your sticks with marshmallows. Put 3-4 on each stick. You’ll want to have them all ready to go before you start warming the chocolate.

Crush a pack of graham crackers into a dish, you’ll want it open so a pyrex baking dish might work well. I like to use the side of a meat tenderizer to break them up but you can use a rolling pin or another object as well.

Line a pan or two with wax paper so those are ready to go as well.

Melt your white chocolate in a pan or in the microwave. Heat just until melted, don’t overcook! You can add 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil or coconut oil to help thin the chocolate if needed.

Pour chocolate over each set of marshmallows allowing the excess to go back into the bowl.

marshmallows on a stick recipe

After pouring on the chocolate immediately roll the stick lightly in the crushed graham crackers to coat the marshmallows. Then place each on the wax paper leaving a few inches between each stick.

crushed graham crackers

Transfer the remaining white chocolate to a piping back. You can use a large ziploc bag as well. (You may need to reheat the chocolate to ensure it’s smooth.)

Drizzle it over the coated marshmallows in a zip zag pattern.

white chocolate piping

Next, heat the milk chocolate and transfer it to a bag and drizzle over the marshmallows as well. Promptly sprinkle the pop with marshmallow bits so they stick to the warm chocolate. Press them on slightly if needed.

marshmallow smores on a stick

Allow them to set and enjoy for camping, sleepovers, or just because!

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Yield: 8 pops

Marshmallow S'mores Pops

marshmallow smores pops

Delicious marshmallow smores pops for camping, bake sales, and movie nights.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes


  • Jumbo size marshmallows
  • White chocolate morsels
  • Milk chocolate morsels
  • Graham crackers
  • Mini marshmallow bits
  • Sticks


  1. Crush graham crackers to create a coating
  2. Gently press 2-3 Marshmallows onto each stick
  3. Heat the white chocolate until just melted, don't burn it
  4. Coat each stick with white chocolate, then roll in the crushed graham crackers and set on wax paper.
  5. Transfer the remaining chocolate to a piping bag (reheat first if necessary)
  6. Drizzle over the pops in a zig zag pattern. Allow them to set before proceeding to the next step.
  7. Heat the milk chocolate until melted then transfer to a piping bag. Drizzle over the pops in a zig zag fashion.
  8. Immediately sprinkle on mini marshmallow bit. Press gently if needed to help them stick.
  9. Allow them to set completely then enjoy.


You can add 1 teaspoon of vegetable shortening or coconut oil to help thin the chocolate if needed.

S’mores Pops Recipe

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