{Bake} The Outlaw Mom’s Truffle Brownie S’More Pops

June 24, 2011 in All Posts, Bake

For Father’s Day this year, I wanted to come up with a dessert that incorporated a few of Hubby’s favorite things:  chocolate, marshmallows and camping.

After rolling these elements around in my head, I decided to roll them together for my latest cake pop creation and voila! . . . the Truffle Brownie S’More Pop was born:

For variety, I also made my Choco Marshmallow Brownie Pops since – as I mentioned – Hubby loves chocolate.


  • 1/2 batch brownies (try using truffle brownies for a richly decadent pop)
  • 1/2 cup buttercream frosting to start – add more if necessary (try my favorite buttercream frosting recipe)
  • candy melts
  • lollipop sticks (or coffee stir stix in a pinch!)
  • 3 cups mini marshmallows
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • graham crackers (plain or cinnamon, depending on your preference)

Step 1

Follow my cake pop tutorial here to form your cake balls and attach them to a lollipop stick, substituting the cake for brownies.  Remember to use my tip here for working with the candy melts.

Step 2

While your pops are chilling in the refrigerator, melt the butter over low heat.  Then stir in the marshmallows, making sure to stir frequently, until completely melted.

Step 3

Gently hand crush your graham crackers (or place them in a plastic baggie and smash lightly with a pestle).  Avoid over crushing the pieces until they turn to cracker sand.  For the Choco Marshmallow Brownie Pops, shave your favorite chocolate instead.  Tip:  Use refrigerated chocolate and move quickly.  Refrigerate the shavings before topping your pops if necessary.

Step 4

Coat your refrigerated pops with a thin layer of the melted marshmallow mixture.  If your layer is too thick, the marshmallow will slide down the pop (see photo below).  Once the marshmallow dries, you can attempt to either twist the marshmallow “goo” around the stick to keep it in place or pinch it off completely.

{You can see here where the marshmallow has dripped down the stick}

Step 5

Roll your marshmallow-coated pop in the crushed graham crackers (or chocolate).  Re-refrigerate before displaying and serving.

For a finishing touch, I gave these cute little pops collars using the free “Tie-riffic” printables from Shindig Parties TO GO by simply punching a hole in the tops of the ties and sliding them up the sticks.  The stickiness of the marshmallow keeps the collars in place.

We also made this fun banner and incorporated smaller versions of the printed Shindig Parties TO GO ties as decorative tags for Hubby’s presents:

{Note our favorite wrapping paper:  kraft paper!}

Happy baking!

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