Rainbow S’mores Pops

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Rainbow S'mores Pops

We made these fun Rainbow S’mores Pops for Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie! Meaghan is one of our favorite bloggers ever and she just had a sweet baby girl named Violet! We are thrilled to be included in a Virtual Baby Shower for Meaghan along with many other creative bloggers!

Meaghan makes the most adorable goodies and will just wow you with her marshmallow creations! These Marshmallow Love Bugs are one of our favorites from her! It’s so hard to pick a favorite…we love all of them! Lets just say that Meaghan came up with the original Melted Snowman Cookie that everyone has copied and recreated! She has also been amazingly kind to us by answering tons of my silly blogging questions and giving us some great advice along the way!

Meaghan really loves rainbow edible crafts & has always seem to like our S’mores Pops creations the best so we decided to create Rainbow S’mores Pops just for her (and that new little baby of hers)! My boys and their friends LOVED these pops and kids will also have fun helping decorate these!

Rainbow S’mores Pops
(makes 1)

2 Small Graham Crackers
4 Regular Marshmallows (we like Jet-Puffed)
Chocolate & White Cookie Frosting (Betty Crocker)
Mini M&M’s
9 or 10 Mini Marshmallows
Lollipop Sticks

Take your graham crackers and cut the pointed edges off using a round cookie cutter or you can cut it using kitchen scissors like this….

Using A Cookie Cutter To Cut The Graham Cracker

Squeeze on white cookie frosting on the top of one graham cut out in a line and add on the different colored mini M&M’s. Let dry…

Squeeze on white cookie frosting on the top of one graham cut out in a line and add on the different colored mini M&M's

Take the other graham cut out and squeeze chocolate cookie frosting on it. Place 2 regular sized marshmallows on the sides and cut 1 marshmallow into a point and place in the middle. Poke your lollipop stick through the middle. Squeeze more frosting on top and then place the rainbow graham on top. Let dry…

Make The S'mores and Put It on the Stick

Cut mini marshmallows in half and attach them on 2 regular marshmallows using white cookie frosting. Squeeze on more frosting on one side of the marshmallows and attach to the sides. We used extra grahams underneath just to even it up. Let dry….

Rainbow S'mores Pops

Here is a side view….

Rainbow S'mores Pops

These Rainbow S’mores Pops are a huge hit with the kids and pretty simple to make!

Rainbow S'mores Pops

Make sure to check out all of these other fabulous Rainbow & Baby creations for Meaghan from some very talented bloggers!

Rainbow & Baby creations
All of these other awesome bloggers are also participating in the rainbow shower too!

1. Vanilla Bean Baker – Baby’s First Christmas
2. Not Your Momma’s Cookie – Rainbow Swaddled Baby Cookies
3. Crazy for CrustRainbow Peanut Butter Cookie Cups
4. Dollhouse Bake ShoppeRainbow Sprinkle Sugar Cookies
5. Creative FoodRainbow Pancakes
6. Hoosier HomemadeRainbow Jar Cupcakes
7. Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons – Rainbow Smores Pops
8. Pink Little CakeBaby at the End of the Rainbow Cake
9. Love From the OvenRainbow Cake Pop Cupcakes
10. Munchkin Munchies – Rainbow Balloon Cookies
11. The Baked Equation – Rainbow Baby Shower Cookies
12. SweetologyMarshmallow Baby Pops
13. Sugar SwingsRainbow Madeleines
14. Pint Sized BakerRainbow Meringue Tarts
15. Bird on a Cake Rainbow Petal Cake
16. Haniela’sRainbow Centerpiece
17. Miss Candiquik – Marshmallow Baby Bottles

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13 comments on “Rainbow S’mores Pops”

  1. Megan Hackney

    I didn't know graham crackers could cut easily enough to round them. What a cute idea and perfect idea for a kid's birthday party or St. Patrick's day!

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