Today I have a super tasty Valentine treat you will L-O-V-E! I have named them my S'more Pop Valentine and I have both the recipe and the tutorial showing you how I have made them!
First what you will need ~
Supplies Needed: Ghirardelli Milk Chocolate Chips, Campfire Marshmallow Hearts, Honey Maid Graham Crackers (crunched up), American Crafts Paper Straws, Queen & Co Paper Straws & Rhinestones, AdTech Adhesives Dot Glue Runner, Double Boiler, Wax Paper, Computer, Printer & Printer Paper, Wescott Titanium Bonded Scissors
Begin by melting the chocolate over a double boiler. If you don't have a double boiler you can use a bowl over a small pot of gently simmering water as shown here!
While the chocolate starts to melt, grab some paper straws, the marshmallows and cracker crumbs. Put the graham cracker crumbs onto a small plate so that you can spread them out a bit.
Snip the straws in half and push each piece up into the point end of the marshmallow heart.
Paint the back side of the marshmallow using the fork you stirred the chocolate. Make sure you have a nice thick coat on there! Everyone loves the chocolate part of the classic S'more, right? :D
Press the chocolate onto the surface of the cracker crumbs.
Make sure the entire surface of the melted chocolate is covered.
Place the pop onto a plate covered with a bit of waxed paper and allow to cool & harden.
Repeat the steps for the rest of the pops and allow them time to cool & the chocolate to harden.
While you are waiting for the chocolate to harden, print out a paper filled with "I like you S'more!" on it. Cut it into strips. Trim one end in a "V" as shown using very sharps scissors. Embellish each with a rhinestone.
Turn the strip over and apply Dot Glue Runner from where the rhinestone is up to the straight edge of the strip.
Adhere the strip about a half inch below the bottom of the marshmallow, fold it over the straw, line it up and adhere it to the back side of the strip. Press it together well, all the way from the edge to the straw.
And there you have it! Another quick and simple Valentine's Day project for you! Enjoy!