Smores on a Stick

By | July 6, 2012
Smores on a Stick

This year my daughter had more of a birthday week instead of just a birthday celebration.  We had her party in Nebraska with the family then on her actual birthday she had a small sleep over (just her and her bff).  But you know we had to have fun and do some projects (because she wants to do projects all the time now, yes I have created a crafting monster).

And well since it has been so HOT out we needed stuff to do inside and then we came up with the idea of an indoor camp-out.  How fun right?  Well the girls had a blast with our Campfire Craft and our camp-out treats… SMORES!!! Because you cannot have a camp-out without smores (yes I do believe that is a camping rule).   However because of the heat I did not want to light a fire or turn the oven on so we had to come up with another way to do them.  That is when I thought Smores on a stick, perfect because that would totally work for our camp-out and roasting them over our campfire (campfire post up next).

As far as storing these yummy treats, I just put the leftovers  in a baggie and put them in the fridge, they keep well and are easy to take with you or to sit out on a plate for a nice treat at a party.

WARNING…. These smores are highly addictive and very yummy so be ready to eat more than you wanted!

Visit our YUMMY RECIPES and CAMPING boards on Pintrest for more fun ideas!


½ a bag chocolate chips
¼ cup milk
Gram crackers
Cooking Skewers
Parchment paper


Start by mashing your gram crackers into fine crumbs (this was my daughter’s favorite part) the put in a bowl.
 Now get your marshmallows ready with some skewers in them
  Pour ½ a bag of chocolate chips in a pot and add ¼ cup milk,
heat on medium till chocolate is melted.
 Now dip your marshmallow in the chocolate
 and then roll in the gram crackers then sit on parchment paper to dry.
 Now eat and enjoy, but don’t forget they are addictive!
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10 thoughts on “Smores on a Stick

  1. The Southern Housewife

    Those look so yummy and everything is more fun on a stick!
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  2. Aunt B

    What good fun! I love to see kids helping in the kitchen. Thank you for sharing this.

  3. Carrie

    Oh, how fun!! What a great idea! I will definitely have to try this one. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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