Frozen Banana S’Mores Pops – Marshmallow Pops

May 25, 2016Kara Woolery
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Frozen Banana S'mores Pops
Did someone say S’Mores Pops?!?! If you know me then you are well aware that S’mores are my ALL TIME favorite treat!! I am constantly looking for new and unique ways to enjoy them. The bite sized Frozen Banana S’Mores Pops are seriously delicious, an easy recipe to make, and a perfect summer time treat. This is something the whole family can help create and enjoy eating. My daughters may have eaten as many JET-PUFFED StackerMallows and JET-PUFFED Mallow Bits during baking as they used on the treats!

You can use different flavors of chocolate and different toppings to create something everyone in the family will love! Frozen Banana S’mores Pops are a perfect and easy recipe for a summer night dessert, pool party, backyard BBQ, family picnic, and more!

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Click here to see the full recipe and tutorial: Frozen Banana S’mores Pop

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Frozen Banana S’mores Pops are my new go to dessert for family night!! The kids and hubs love this bite sized easy recipe dessert.

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2 Comments

  • Jackie Stuckey

    June 20, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    I would love a copy or read ice of how you constructed the 4th of July Cale. Red, white, and blue to resemble the flag. Thanks

    1. Kara Woolery

      June 22, 2016 at 11:36 am

      Hello1 I did not do that cake. The cake is from another blogger and I pinned it from their site.

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