Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

FrankenS’mores Pops!

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FrankenS'mores Pops!

We have so much fun making things out of s’mores and thought it would be cool to make a s’mores Frankenstein pop. The best part about these is how quick and easy they are when using the mist color!

We made these using 1 large graham cracker broken in half, 1 1/2 sqaure marshmallows (the s’mores marshmallows), 4 mini marshmallows, 2 mini chocolate chips, green food color mist, lollipop sticks, chocolate cookie frosting, and black cookie frosting.

We sprayed our 2 graham crackers with the green food color mist…

FrankenS'mores Pops!

We squeezed our chocolate cookie frosting on the insides of both graham crackers. Cut 1 square marshmallow in half and press 1 1/2 marshmallows on the frosting. Press together….

FrankenS'mores Pops!

Take the black cookie frosting and squeeze on the top of the square to make Frank’s hair. Cut 1 mini marshmallow in half and attach them on for the eyes with the cookie frosting. Attach the mini chocolate chips on the marshmallows for the pupils. Make the eyebrows and a mouth with the black cookie frosting as well…

FrankenS'mores Pops!

Let this dry and poke the lollipop stick through the inside marshmallow. Cut 1 mini marshmallow in half and press it inside the bottom sides of Frank. Take the 2 other marshmallows and press them onto those using a dab of cookie frosting to secure them. THese will be his electrodes.

FrankenS'mores Pops!

The kids fell in LOVE with these and had a lot of fun with them The kids were running around everywhere with them…they were very secure and stayed put!

FrankenS'mores Pops!

FrankenS'mores Pops!

We hope that you like our FrankenS’mores Pops and have fun making them!

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oh my heck, these are just adorable!!!

Thanks for linking up! I featured your post in my wrap up Have a great rest of the weekend!

We are so glad you like them..thanks for sharing!!!

So cute!! I'm thinking this would be a great project to do with my Kindergarten class!

The cutest! I love this!! I'm a momma to 2 boys and I will be tucking this idea away for sure! Adorable! 🙂

Adorable!! How perfect for the season! I cannot wait to tell everyone about your creativity!

These are awesome- it is a must do for us- thanks for sharing!

Very cute idea!! I would be honored if you would link this to my Commercial Break Thursday.


These are so cute! I am your newest follower, you have great ideas!

These are awesome!! I'm including this in a mega Halloween Treats round up post on my blog this month : )
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Hi Jill, Thanks so much for reminding me and for the inspiration. I usually link back to my inspirations. I am so embarrassed for missing to give you a link back…

Happy National Toasted Marshmallow and Frankenstein Day. These are the perfect celebration and you are right, they don't look too hard.


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