S’Mores Push Pops

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I love push pops!  They are so fun and there are so many things you can do with them.  We all know S’Mores can be pretty messy so I thought why not try them in a push pop?  They were delicious!  My boys helped make them, and they didn’t last more than a day!

You will need:

-Push Pop Tubes – included in our July box

-graham crackers- about 1/2 a package

-chocolate pudding – we used Hershey’s

-Marshmallow Creme- we used the whole 7 oz. jar!

-3 tablespoons butter

-bite sized chocolate for garnishing

Optional:

– foam or some type of stand to set push pops in

-Piping bags and tip

Directions:

Make pudding according to package directions and set aside.  We did not refrigerate since that will be done later.

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  In a plastic bag, or food processor crush graham cracker.  Melt butter and mix with graham cracker till crumbly.

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Assemble push pops, and put in stand so you can start filling them.  Start out with a layer of graham cracker and butter mixture.

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Press down with a spoon so it will create a crust.  Fill two piping bags, one with pudding and the other with marshmallow creme.  Pipe a layer of marshmallow creme, then a layer of pudding.

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Repeat with graham crackers, marshmallow creme and pudding till filled.  Garnish with chocolate bar.  Let set in refrigerator for about an hour for pudding to set.  Enjoy!!!

Keala with a Recipe for a Sweet Life made push pops but used brownies and her marshmallow frosting– yum!  Make sure to visit her blog here for her recipes!

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The possibilities are endless!  You can even use mini cupcakes!  Save your push pops for more recipes.  They can also be filled with candy for a fun party favor, or fill with confetti for your next celebration!!!!  If you need more push pops, they can be purchased here!

~Happy Baking!

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