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The Cookie Ladies - S'more on a Stick

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Makes: 8 sticks Total Time: 2 hr
Category: Desserts Sub Category: Candies

what you need
  • 4 graham crackers, broken into four pieces
  • 16 large marshmallows
  • 8 6" lollipop sticks
  • 1 block dipping chocolate bark & almond bark (white)
  • 2 bottles for drizzling chocolate
  • Wax paper
  • 8 lollipop wrappers
  • 8-6" ribbons
make it
1) Break graham crackers into 4 pieces per cracker (break along dotted lines).
2) Place 2 marshmallows on each lollipop stick.
3) Melt dark chocolate in drizzle bottle.
4) With melted chocolate place a line of chocolate on the back of 8 graham crackers, place marshmallows on each cracker. Push down softly. (You are using your chocolate as "glue" to attach the marshmallow to the cracker). Let dry about 10 minutes.
5) "Glue" (with chocolate) remaining crackers to marshmallows (It will look like a marshmallow and graham cracker sandwich). Let dry about 20 minutes or place in freezer for 10 minutes.
6) Melt chocolate bark in tall glass. Lay wax paper on table or counter top.
7) Dip marshmallow/crackers into chocolate. Tap onto glass and allow extra chocolate to drip off. Place on wax paper.
8) Melt white chocolate in bottle (if your bottle is not food safe melt chocolate and then pour into bottle)
9) Drizzle s'mores with white chocolate - Allow to dry about an hour or until hard.
10) Wrap in lollipop bags and tie with ribbon. Store in air tight container, these will last 2-3 weeks. ENJOY!!!!!
I made cookies for a bake sale and someone said they were hungry for S'mores. I was trying to think how I could make them on a stick and this is what I came up with! They have been a huge hit with family and friends! I hope you enjoy them too.
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Rated  by 33chef on 10/20/2008 I made this recipe but crushed the graham crackers and rolled the chocolate coated marshmallows in that rather than using whole cracker pieces. This seemed much easier to make and easier to eat.
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