Thursday, July 16, 2009


Here's a fun treat to make with the kids! The original recipe just called for sprinkles, but we decided to try a few other coatings. One that we tried was chopped up Kit-Kat bars. The end result was something similar to a S'more! The kids loved them. They go together super quick and easy. This would be fun for Grandma to do with the grandbabies when they come for a visit. I made them for our Jr church kids and they gobbled them up. Be creative with your toppings and be sure to stop back by and let me know how they turned out for you!
*The pops can also be customized to match school colors, holidays, or special occasions by rolling them in coordinating colored sprinkles, such as red and green for Christmas, or orange and yellow or red for Fall.


2 cups (12 oz) semisweet chocolate chips
4 tsp. Canola oil
36 - 40 large marshmallows
18 - 20 popsicle sticks
3/4 cup colored or chocolate sprinkles (or other coating)
1 cup flaked coconut, optional
1 cup ground walnuts or pecans, optional

In a shallow microwave safe dish, combine the chocolate chips and oil. Stir and heat for 30 seconds at a time, until melted and smooth. DO NOT over heat as they will get hard on you. Thread two marshmallows onto each wooden stick. Use a pastry brush and dip it into the melted chocolate. 'Paint' each marshmallow with the melted chocolate (this works MUCH better than dipping or rolling, and helps to keep the coating from 'sliding' off afterwards). Roll in sprinkles, coconut or chopped nuts or coating of choice, such as chopped Kit-kat bars, chopped M & M's, etc... Place on waxed paper lined baking sheets. Chill until firm.


Christina said...

These look like so much fun! I'll have to try it out with my boys.

Sandra said...

My kids will LOVE these. Not only eating them but making them as well.

Angel~a said...

Thanks! That will be a fun project for my kids to do soon.

Martina said...

Hello, i made them and actually brought them to our 20's Class Cookout, i used Graham Crackers instead of M&M's, well its not only a Kids Treat...we all loved them. Thank you for posting this Recipe, cant wait for the next one.

BT said...

This blog is a great idea! You have done very well - I love the graphics you use. I just started my first recipe blog, and I am so adding to you my links! I am also an IFB preacher's wife - so glad to have found you.

Deborah said...

Those look delicious! My kids would love them!

Starr said...

Martina I LOVE the graham cracker idea! Why didn't I think of that? haha I'm definitely trying that one next time we make these! Thanks for the idea. ;-)