Saturday, June 19, 2010

Smores on a Stick

So on Wednesday I teased you with this shot and said I would tell you more today...
Every year Ian requests that I make these for his school treat to celebrate his birthday.  His birthday is in July so we send them in at the end of the school year.  Jeff & I were joking that I probably will be making these for his high school graduation.  I probably will be. 

Ian wanted to help me...but he ended up exhausted from swimming at his friend's house so I sent him to bed.
Here is how I make them.
Ingredients...
marshmallows
melting chocolate
graham crackers
sprinkles
lollipop sticks

Crush the graham crackers and add sprinkles.
Put a lollipop stick in each marshmallow.
Then dip them in chocolate and in graham crackers.
I put them on a cookie sheet and then place them in the fridge for the chocolate to set up.
I also made ones with just sprinkles....
Everyone in Ian's class got one of each.

Kim...LOL, not sure how many ww points these are. ;)  I only ate a couple on weigh in day. 

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96 Sweet Comments:

Jillien said...

These look delicious! you are so super creative!

JM

Ashley @ Joyful Creations said...

These definitely look yummy. I love the red, white, and blue sprinkles! Definitely festive with the 4th right around the corner. I wonder how it would be if you tripple dipped them with layers. First chocolate, then gram cracker crumbs, again in chocolate, then in the pretty sprinkles! Hmmm... I might just have to give this a shot.

Megan said...

I haven't had breakfast yet and these are my my tummy rumble! The kids in my life would love these. Not to mention helping me make them, too!

Chana said...

Going to make these and eat them ALL weekend! Perfect Father's Day treat! Love it!

Pretty Things said...

Salivating....

PussDaddy said...

Can you believe I have never eaten a s'more? I haven't. But those look really good.

PussDaddy

raggygirlvintage said...

Fab idea and they look so good!
Tracey

Diane said...

Those are so cute and look yummy, too! Thanks for the tut.

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

What a perfect treat! I would be like Ian and requesting these too! And that would be fun if you remember to have some of these at his high school graduation party :o)

And your Ian is such a cutie with his hair standing up from his day of swimming :o)

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Maria@BubblegumandDuctTape said...

this is such a great idea, I'm gonna have to try this with my boys. And what a handsome boy you have.

Michelle L. said...

Oh, yum! What a fab idea. I am usually not drawn to recipe ideas on link parties, but yours was toooo tempting not to come visit. Now I need to go read your crafty stuff - yay!

Pesky Cat Designs said...

These look fantastic and I am sure they taste delicious as well!! Makes me want to run out and get all the ingredients.
I am sure everyone in Ian's class loved them!

Adori Graphics said...

I want some - next time put those in my box instead of my order LOL. I've never heard of them before but they look yummy :)

LT said...

Thank you for posting this! It looks easier than I thought it would be, I am so trying this for the 4th of July weekend!!

brookie said...

Coming ober from Sunday Showcase. These are the best! I can't wait to try them. I will link back to you if we do. They look wonderful! Any chance you did figure the WW points? ;)

Jane said...

That is so clever! I love smores and am def trying that! :) Stopping by from Sudnay Showcase.

Bonnie said...

Those look like so much fun and delicious. The kids will love it!

Annette Piper said...

How wonderful! I'll be trying them soon - the kids will love them!!!

Lisa said...

These are so cute! I don't like marshmallows, but I think I'd eat these! YUM!

Southern Fried Gal said...

Yum! I make these but use a pretzel stick as the handle - it gives it a little salty to balance out the sweet. I have never used graham cracker crumbs - great idea! When making for adults, I dip the bottom in chopped pecans - super yum!!!

Red Couch Recipes said...

These are really cute! I love anything on a stick! Joni

Danelle said...

I didn't think you could make s'mores any better, but everything is better on a stick! I think I'll try this for the 4th of July.

Craft Envy said...

Oh My Yummyness!!! Those look grrrreat! Thanks sooo much for sharing these, I'll be making it this weekend! Thanks for linking up!

Vanessa @ Craft Envy

JHill said...

Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills party!

madincrafts.blogspot.com

MarytheKay said...

Oh MY!! Those look amazing! I sure wish I had one right NOW!!!

Thanks for the great instruction!

Liz @ LivingMySweetLife said...

My mouth is WATERING, wow!
I am making these this weekend for my sons birthday party! Thank you so much for the Idea! I am a new follower!

Jami said...

Holy cow! What an awesome idea! I cannot wait to try these!!!

Beth said...

looks delicious!

Donene said...

Oh, these look so good and I bet they are delicious! What a cute idea!

Melissa said...

Awesome treats! Thinking of making these for my daughter's party. Thank you!

★All Thingz Related★ said...

YUM! Thanks for joining us for Anything Related #12! ~Bridgette

Melissa said...

These look so yummy! Thanks for sharing!!

Kim said...

They look great, definitely something we'll be trying.

Heather said...

Those look delicious, and I may have to make them for our 4th of July party :)

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Great idea. They look great.

Nikki said...

Oh yum, those look AWESOME! Thanks so much for linking up at gettin' crafty on hump day! :)

Cassidy said...

These look SO GOOD! And (hopefully) a little less messy for my 2 yr old to eat...we'll be trying these this weekend I think!

Leslie said...

Oh my gosh! These looks so dilectable and rich! Thanks for stopping by and linking them up at Bargain Brag Wednesday!

Jan @ bobbypins boardwalk said...

I just don't think it can get any better than this!

Leslie said...

You are making me want these yummy looking creations right now! I can't wait to try these out! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

Lanie Ree said...

Oh my gosh, these look amazing. What a great idea! And I'm pretty sure I have all the ingredients on hand...

Thank you for participating in the Creative Therapy Session at Life in the Pitts.

JHill said...

This recipe/tutorial got the most clicks at last week's Mad Skills party, so I will be featuring your blog tomorrow morning.

Grab a brag button for your blog!

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Kim @ seven thirty three said...

OH MY! These would have been perfect for the Camping Themed Baby Shower I hosted a few weeks ago!

Thanks for linking up with What are little boys made of?

The Girl Creative said...

Oh.my.word! These look sooo yummy!! Do you have problems with the marshmallows coming off the stick while dipping them in the chocolate? I had that problem when I made cake balls so just curious. :)

markandlouise said...

OH, those look great! Will have to try it with my little ones. Thanks!

Beckie said...

How fun are these?! My kids will get a kick out of 'em! I am featuring this today so stop by and grab a featured button if you would like! Thanks so much for linking up and sharing your creative juices! Have a wonderful Friday!

mle said...

I shared this idea with my daughter who is a part-time nanny this summer. The kids told her they wanted to make s'mores by holding a lighter to a marshmallow... hopefully your way will be slightly safer!! thanks : )

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

What a great idea! They look really cute, and yummy too!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Those look so awesome! What kid wouldn't LOVE those?

Erin said...

These look delicious!!! They are definitely on our summer to do list! Thanks for the idea!

www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

La Borda Bleu said...

yummmmmy! on my to do list this summer! xoxo's nancy

My Magic Mom said...

Yum! That is a great idea!

MarshaMarshaMarsha said...

I don't think I could eat one of those, but I know I can make them and my kids would LOVE them! I think I'm going to have to make them today. What an easy creation!

PS Your little guy does look tired! Tired but still very cute. :)

Lanie Ree said...

I featured this today!

http://lanieree.blogspot.com/2010/06/featuring-you_25.html

Inspired2cook said...

I'm definitely making these! http://www.inspired2cook.com/

heartnsoulcooking said...

What a YUMMY!!! GREAT!!! idea for one of the family's favorite treat.
Geri

Jamara @ My NW Nest said...

How funny! I just threw a s'mores theme party for my 9 year old. We did something very similar. Feel free to check it out.
http://mynwnest.blogspot.com/2010/06/smores-themed-birthday-party.html

According to Kris... said...

oooo I will definitely be making these!! Thanks!!

Val said...

How wonderful, my kids would have so much fun making these.

Carolyn @ My Backyard Eden said...

Those look so yummy!

Thanks for sharing at My Backyard Eden!

Wendy said...

yum! The kids are going to love this! We are going to have to makes these for July 4th! Thanks a bunch!!

Carla said...

great idea!!

Summer said...

I featured your idea on my blog today!

http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com/2010/06/saturday-showcase_26.html

Thanks for linking up!

Sumo

sydney @ memorable minutes said...

thanks for sharing this idea. I made some of my own on Friday night and shared them with some other teachers and students i work with on a Saturday. They were a hit. I posted about S'mores on my blog and linked back to your post.
http://memorableminutes.blogspot.com/2010/06/smore-please.html

Andrea @ TheTrainToCrazy.com said...

Yum! We usually do chocolate covered bananas on a stick but we might have to try these!

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

YUM!!! These look sooo good!

I am featuring you tomorrow on my 4th of July Extravaganza!

Please feel free to stop by, check it out and grab my "I've Been Featured" button!

www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com

Heather said...

Hope you don't mind, I'm leaving a link on my blog!

Holly said...

Great idea for the 4th! Thank you for sharing!!

Sarah said...

My kids will love these!! Thanks for a wonderful idea and a good way to introduce them to s'mores.

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Annette said...

Those look so yummy...my kids will love them. I am now a follower

Leslie said...

I featured these over at Hoo's got talent! Feel free to grab the I've got talent button to add to your blog!

Jerri said...

So cute! What a great treat!

Thanks for joining me for Friday Favorites!

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

These will be the hit of the weekend! Thanks for sharing.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

valentinegirl said...

These are so cute and I just made some today....holy moly are these easy and GOOD! My kids helped me roll them in the graham crumbs and thought it was very fun. They are easy and awesome. it might be a bad thing that I know how to make these.....

Jerri said...

Came back to let you know that I'm featuring you this week for Friday Favorites!

kirstin & jordan said...

Oh how fabulous!
We'll be featuring you tomorrow- come on by and grab a button!

Vanessa said...

Your tutorial is featured on The Crafty Nest:

http://vanessascraftynest.blogspot.com/2010/07/diy-tutorial-roundup-4th-of-july.html

Jenna @ Newlyweds said...

What a fabulous idea and so festive! I mentioned this post on my blog today.

Amy Bowman said...

these are really cute. I'll be featuring them at New Nostalgia. Thanks for linking up to "AP Tuesdays!"

Bethany said...

We made these today! Thanks for the idea! And I didn't know you could buy sprinkles like that!! THAT is a fantastic idea--did you just go to the bakery and request to buy sprinkles? (If you ever have time to actually answer that question, my email is bethanyweed@gmail.com). Is that commonly done? Because I went out and bought the only sprinkle container I could find that had red white and blue, and it was 3.50 for a TINY amount of red white and blue! You're brilliant. (And do the bakery ladies think you're insane or is this a normal procedure?) Thanks!

Bethany

Kaitlin said...

Genius! What a great idea!

Sandra said...

I just afound your blog today and became a follower...what a great, easy treat for kids! Come say hi!

Early Childcare Resources said...

They look so delicious! I will have to first find gelitin free marshmellows as I'm trying to go vegetarian!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

I'd want these for every year up to HS maybe even college too :). Saved it!

New England Quilter said...

I made these with David today to take to preschool to celebrate his birthday. We used pretzel sticks instead of lollipop sticks, so the whole thing is a tasty treat!
Thanks for sharing your great recipe!
Amy

Nicole's Homemade Treats...The Blog said...

I sell those in my shop and people LOVE them! How funny about making them for graduation!!!!

Veronica said...

Very cool idea! And great photos! Thanks!

BreAna @ Sugar and Spice and All Things Iced said...

Fabulous idea! Perfect for summer picnics and potlucks!

Sweet Peas and Bumblebees said...

What a great idea for the 4th! We loved it so much that it's been featured at Sweet Peas and Bumblebees as one of our red, white, and blue favorites! Don't forget to grab a button! (:

~Briana
sweetpeasandbb.blogspot.com

Jen @ Domesticated Nomad said...

So easy and fun! They look fantastic. I think I will whip some up for the 4th. Thanks for sharing.

Six said...

These look so cute and delicious! We featured them on our blog!

http://sixsistersstuff.blogspot.com/2011/06/fresh-food-friday-4th-of-july-food.html

Feel free to come grab a button!

Anonymous said...

These are a wonderful idea! When I make them, I'm going to try and slit the marshmallow and insert a real lollipop! That would give it a super suprise center!
Thanks for sharing!

Michelle G said...

I just wanted to thank you for sharing this idea! I made the S'mores version for a treat for my kids (they helped solidified my position as "most favorite person EVER") and I'll be making the red, white & blue ones for a party this weekend. Wonderful idea, so easy and so sweet! (And they tasted great, too!)

Katie said...

I made a similar version and will be blogging about them on Monday at Katie's Cucina. Thank you for being my inspiration!

ML said...

This is unbelievable post. I love it. Just found your blog and I'm following you (because of so many great inspirations). I love this idea of 'sprinkle lollipops'. Must try it:)

xoxo

http://randomgirl-ishstuff.blogspot.com/

Barb S. said...

I love the idea!! Thanks for sharing it!

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