Fall Marshmallow S’more Pops

With each passing day, I am in awe at the beauty of Fall’s performance.
It embraces us with its fiery blanket while the leaves waltz and learn to fly.
It’s cool wind makes us find refuge in cozy sweaters and snuggle a little closer
to our loved ones to find warmth.  With its scent of pumpkin spice, cinnamon
and warm apple pies, fall makes me fall in love with nature all over again.

It’s hard to believe it has been a year since our first Taste of The Seasons. 
Last year, I shared our our apple caramel bar, which became one of my most popular posts and I even had the honour of being published in the beautiful Mingle magazine.
For this year’s Tastes of the Seasons, I wanted to combine the
delicious flavours of summer night campfires with the sweet spices
of autumn. So what better way to do so than by making marshmallow
S’more pops, but with a hint of cinnamon and pumpkin spice.


Ingredients:
12 Marshmallows
Wooden skewers, lollipop sticks, paper straws or sticks.
3 oz Chocolate melts 
3 oz White chocolate melts
1/3 cup Graham cracker crumbs
1/3 cup Chocolate cookie crumbs or Oreo cookie crumbs
1/3 cup Brown sugar
1/3 cup Regular sugar
1 teaspoon Cinnamon or to taste 
1 teaspoon Pumpkin spice or to taste 

Directions:
- Mix sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon and pumpkin spice together and set aside
- In a microwave safe bowl, melt chocolate in 15 minute increments, stirring in between
- Dip stick or skewer in chocolate and insert into centre of marshmallow; allow chocolate to set
- Dip marshmallow into chocolate, allow access to drip and quickly sprinkle cookie crumbs with a spoon onto wet chocolate or dip directly onto crumbs 
- Repeat step 3 and sprinkle sugar mix and or other desired ingredients 
- Place on cookie sheet allow to set
- Enjoy! 

We had fun playing around with the flavours 
and came up with some interesting combinations. 
These would be perfect for a fall picnic.

You can also toast the marshmallows in the oven prior to
making them, but they are delicious this way as well.  

Want more sugar and spice?

Check out some of the other recipes my
friends put together just for you…:)



Spiced Pumpkin Mocha Latte by City Farmhouse | Caramel White Chocolate Chip Cookies by Yellow Bliss Road | Almond Apple Pear Tarts by Shades of Blue | Spiced Pumpkin Maple Syrup by Ella Claire | Fall Marshmallow Pops by Craftberry Bush | Pecan Walnut Pie with Cream Cheese by Thoughts from Alice | Chocolate Pumpkin Cream Cheese Swirl Bars by Clean and Scentsible | Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins by AKA Design | Grown Up Apple Crumble by Finding Silver Pennies | Pumpkin Pie Made From Scratch by Town and Country Living

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Comments

  1. says

    OMG – these look absolutely delicious and so easy to pull together! Thanks for sharing! I have to ask, the sweater wrap for your coffee/tea mug, is this something you made yourself? Or did you buy it? I love it! looks so cozy!!

  2. says

    I’m dying with how beautiful these are Lucy! And it is such a creative take on something so classic, which I LOVE! We just had s’mores over the weekend and I only can handle 1 or 2. I think I could eat a lot more than 2 of these!! ;)

  3. says

    My kids would LOVE these Lucy. Wow! I love how you captured the essence and beauty of the transition of summer to fall in your words and your recipe.

  4. says

    Hi Lucy,
    I made these for my ‘soup night’ recently and they were a huge hit. I have a great pic of them on my blog and linked back to you for the recipe. These would even make great party favors individually wrapped in cellophane bags.
    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Fondly,
    -Lisa

  5. says

    These look super cute and easy- I am so going to try these and the candy apple bar. I love the backdrops and especially those mugs with the sweater holders- did you craft those and if you did could you share?

    Thanks

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