Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Puppy Love S’more Pops

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We are so excited to be hosting our first link party! For those of you that are not familiar with link parties…this is the BEST way to get your creations out there for people to see them. I LOVE link parties and try to link up our goodies to as many as I can. We wanted to join in on the fun and have our own. We love seeing all of the creative talent out there and would be thrilled for you to link up to our party! Feel free to share with all of your blogging buddies!

We will be featuring our favorites the following week. Since this is our first party we have nothing to feature…so we are sharing these Puppy Love S’more Pops that we made last week. We know that there are a lot of you that are visiting us for the first time for the party and wanted to give you a look at the kind of things we make. We also make lots of fun dinners, snacks, lunches mostly for kids. We also will share recipes and some crafty things from time to time. Take a look around!

On to the Puppy S’more Pops…

Puppy Love S'more Pops

We made these fun puppies using Graham Crackers, Pink Marshmallows, Chocolate Cookie Frosting, Candy Hearts, Mini Marshmallows, Mini Chocolate Chips, Red Cookie Frosting, and Lollipop Sticks.

We started out by cutting the graham crackers with a heart cookie cutter. We didn’t break any…it will work great! We cut out 1 ear with kitchen scissors (another good thing to use) and used that as a guide to cut out the others. You could use a knife and that will work fine! Cut out a little tongue from scraps as well. Set your pieces down and pull out the frosting and marshmallows. The pieces will look like this…

Puppy Love S'more Pops

We flipped our heart cut outs over and squeezed some chocolate cookie frosting on them. Cut the pink marshmallows in half and place on the frosting. Cut one of the marshmallow halves into a triangle to fit. It will look like this…

Puppy Love S'more Pops

Place the lollipop stick in the middle of the marshmallows and into the triangle marshmallow. Squeeze a little frosting around it to secure. Squeeze frosting on the other heart and place on the top.

Now for the face and ears. We decided to make spots on the ears. You could just leave them as well. Cut 1 mini marshmallow in half for the eyes. Use the mini chocolate chips for the pupils. Make the mouth and attach the heart candy nose with cookie frosting. We squeezed red cookie frosting on the tongue cut out and pressed that on underneath. Attach the ears on with frosting and let everything dry. This really is easy to do and we loved how they turned out!

Here are some other views…

Puppy Love S'more Pops


Puppy Love S'more Pops


Puppy Love S'more Pops

S’more Pops are my boys favorite treat and we make a lot of them!



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These are adorable!! Pinning them to do with my kiddos! Thanks for the invite to the party!

I love the puppy pops! (I know my five will go crazy for these!)
Thank you for hosting this linky party!
~Jen @

Really cute puppy pops. Thanks for the invite. I've added your blog to my link party list.

Thanks so much for the invite! Those puppy pops are so adorable. I can't wait to make them with my little girl!

Congrats on your new party! I've been a follower of your blog for a good bit now and always love seeing all your super cute creations with food (and Halloween costumes – so cute!). You are so very creative. I linked up some Valentine Heart Cookies, thanks for hosting! ๐Ÿ™‚

there are so cute! And what a great idea! I will pin it! Love your blog! Thank you for stoping by and give me the opportunity to stoping by you! I will grab your button, if that's ok! Have a great day!

Those puppy pops are adorable! Thanks for the invite to link up – everything looks wonderful!

How fun. I love your cookie creation. So adorable. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for inviting me to your linky party. I'm sharing my Strawberry Sweetheart Macarons. Have a wonderful weekend. I'm going to browse around to see what others are cooking.

Jill thanks for the invite, love your blog!

What an adorble site you have! (And you are almost to 1,000 followers!) Thanks for inviting me over, and I'm excited to join in all the fun!

Jill, thanks for the invite! Have linked up my Savory Hand Pies post. Happy hosting!

So, so cute! Just seeing those little puppy dogs made me smile. Happy Friday!

Your little puppies are so cute, my three year old would love those for sure! Thanks for hosting the link party!

Love your little puppies. I work for a Vet and love any animal ideals

This is so cute! I love projects that feature cookie cutters! I pinned your craft to my board "Ways to Use Cookie Cutters!". Take a look. I hope you will find tons of new ideas to try with your boys.

I also am doing a series of posts/tutorials on uses for cookie cutters other than making sugar cookies. I think you will find some things to do with your boys (most are tried and tested with neices and nephews, my children, and assorted other children!).

WOW! your puppy pops look fantastic! Thank you so much for hosting the party and inviting me over! I'm your newest follower. Would love if you would stop by and follow back, if you'd like ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks so much for the invite Jill! And Congrats on the great turnout for your party!

Those puppy pops looks so cute, how fun!!

I'm happy to be your newest follower.

Thank You for hosting a fun party!! I am a newbie to blogging and your site, but so very happy I found you! I am following on facebook…


Hi Jill
Your puppet pops are ADORABLE
The cutest thing I've seen in a long time
You are very creative

I'm sharing my "Neapolitan 5-layer Birthday Cake"
Thank you for hosting this inspiring party, and I hope you have a great week


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