S’mores-Dipped Strawberries

Holy moly!  S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES!  YUM!!

Welcome to another installment of S’mores Saturdays! I hope you come back all summer long to enjoy s’mores recipes galore! I asked my readers on Facebook once to share s’mores recipes with me and one reader linked up a picture of a marshmallow dipped and toasted strawberry. It was a bum Pin, but the idea got me thinking. Why not take that a step farther and make S’mores-Dipped Strawberries?! That idea stuck, and so I gave it a shot.  It was SO. DANG. GOOD.  Seriously.  Just…..WOW.

Let’s look at a step-by-step pictorial of the process, all demonstrated by the smooth little hands of my four year old.

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Grab your supplies!  Strawberries, marshmallow fluff, graham cracker crumbs, and melting chocolate.  (I used candy bark.  Chocolate chips would probably be fine as well.)

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!! Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!! Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Melt the marshmallow fluff a bit and dip your strawberries into it.  Let them cool on wax paper.  (Ignore photo-bombers, regardless of how cute they may be…)

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Now toast the marshmallow.  I did mine over our grill.  This was the most tedious part by far.

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Pretty, aren’t they?  Let them cool.

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!! Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Now melt your chocolate, dip the strawberries, and lay on the wax paper.  Prepare for the next step BEFORE they dry.

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!! Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

While the chocolate is still moist dip the strawberries into the graham cracker crumbs.  (If the chocolate is dry the crumbs will not stick!)

That’s it!  You are done!  Now enjoy…and be prepared, because they are goooooood!!!!  But you don’t have to take my word for it, because I have proof!  While I was outside taking the “beauty shots” of five of these bad boys someone ate ALL of the rest of them!  I think he must have set a world record!!

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Cute little greedy guts.

Holy moly! S'MORES DIPPED STRAWBERRIES! YUM!!

Enjoy!!  For more s’mores recipe inspiration see the S’mores Saturdays Series on my blog or my S’mores Recipes board on Pinterest!

See you next Saturday, if not sooner!

S’mores Saturdays: S’mores-Dipped Strawberries

S’mores Saturdays: S’mores-Dipped Strawberries

Ingredients

  • strawberries
  • marshmallow fluff
  • dipping chocolate
  • graham cracker crumbs

Instructions

  1. Melt marshmallow fluff a bit and dip strawberries. Allow them to cool and harden on wax paper.
  2. Roast the strawberries if desired. I stuck my strawberry on prongs and held it over our grill. Allow the strawberries to cool.
  3. Melt the chocolate and dip the strawberries.
  4. While the chocolate is still quite moist dip the strawberries into the graham cracker crumbs.
  5. Enjoy!
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Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah is the scattered creative mind behind Bombshell Bling. A former elementary school teacher and a current stay-at-home mom, she loves developing her creativity through her blog and her jewelry design business, Bombshell Bling Jewelry. Sarah is a lover of all things vintage, colorful, and BLING. She is also a sweets addict with a major obsession with s'mores.
Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah Westover McKenna

Comments

  1. Natalie L says

    So does toasting the fluff make it so that it’s no longer tacky? Or do you think you could dip directly from fluff to chocolate? Hmmm…

    • says

      They were not tacky after toasting, but the real reason I did it was b/c I love the taste of toasted marshmallows. (Clearly.) But I actually did NOT toast all of them because it was taking too long. I didn’t get to taste the non-toasted ones. They are the ones that Callum devoured when I wasn’t looking. Must have been good! ;) I think melting the fluff for dipping and then letting it cool removed the tacky. They were equally easy to dip. xo

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