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Halloween Marshmallow S'mores

Halloween Graveyard S'mores

Kid's will love decorating and eating their own scary S'more.
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  • 12 full-size graham crackers halved
  • 24 large marshmallows, roasted (equals 2 marsmallows per s'more) (If 3 marshmallows per s'more is preferred, 36 large marshmallows are needed)
  • 6 single (1.55-ounce) milk chocolate bars halved
  • 1 cup orange Candy Melts candy melted based on the package instructions
  • 1 cup bright purple Candy Melts candy melted based on the package instructions
  • Halloween-themed/colored candy sprinkles
  • Candy bones eyeballs, tombstones and/or bats (candy decorations)
  • Trolli mini sour bite crawlers candy worms


For the Plain S'mores:

  • Lay one half of one graham cracker flat-side up (this will be the bottom of the s’more). 
  • Top it with one half of a milk chocolate bar. Top the chocolate with 2 roasted marshmallows (or 3 roasted marshmallows if preferred). 
  • Then top with one half of a graham cracker flat-side down. Gently push down the top graham cracker so that the roasted marshmallows cover the chocolate as much as possible. Repeat the process with the remaining graham crackers, chocolate bars and roasted marshmallows.

For the Candy Coated and Decorated S'mores:

  • Lay the s’mores on a parchment paper-lined (or wax paper) cookie sheet so there is an equal amount of space in between each s’more. 
  • Working with one color at a time, melt the Candy Melts based on the package instructions. 
  • Spoon the melted candy over half of a s’more (diagonally). Then quickly top it with candy sprinkles and graveyard candy decorations (candy bones, tombstones, bats and/or eyeballs) before the candy coating sets. Repeat the process with the remaining s’mores.
  • Put the cookie sheet in the refrigerator and let the s'mores chill for 20 minutes or until the candy coating is set and can easily pull away from the parchment paper. 
  • Just before serving, slightly warm each s’more in the microwave just enough so that the candy coating is soft and starts to melt (try 6 seconds at a time; not more than approximately 12 seconds in total).