A s’more is a quintessential summer dessert and this easy S’more Pie Pops recipe captures the goodness of s’mores in a flaky pie crust.
We had so much fun with the Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops that I decided to make S’more Pie Pops too! With the arrival of warm weather, everyone wants to be outside.
While I was driving around this weekend, I smelled so many bonfires. My nephew was super excited to report that they had their first campfire of the year.
S’mores are the summer desserts that go hand in hand with fires. All summer long, we have graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate bars on hand so that we are ready when the mood strikes.
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This S’more Pie Pops Recipe has a flaky pie crust instead of the graham crackers. I thought about putting a graham cracker inside each pie on a stick but my kids didn’t want me to so I left them out.
If you want to include the graham crackers, put a cracker segment in each pie pop or sprinkle them with crushed graham crackers.
How To Make S’more Pie Pops
Cut a 4.4 oz XL Hershey’s chocolate bar into segments.
Unroll a refrigerated pie crust onto a lightly floured surface.
Or if you prefer, roll out a homemade pie crust.
Cut the pie crust circle into a rectangle and cut out six rectangles of dough using the Hershey’s bar pieces as a guide for the size.
Take the dough scraps, knead them together and roll it out to cut out two more rectangles.
I was able to make four large S’more Pie Pops from one crust.
Put three chocolate bar segments on four of the rectangles of pie crust.
Top the candy bars with mini marshmallows.
Put another rectangle of dough on top of the marshmallows and add a lollipop stick.
Fold up the edges of the dough and press to seal.
Use a fork to crimp the edge together.
Place the pie pops on a baking sheet.
Brush them with a beaten egg white and sprinkle with granulated sugar or sugar crystals.
Bake at 375°F for 12-15 minutes.
When the s’more pie pops come out of the oven, let them cool for a couple of minutes and then press the lollipop sticks down into the chocolate. That way, once the chocolate hardens the stick will be embedded in it.
S’more Pie Pops FAQs
1. Where are the graham crackers? These aren’t truly s’mores without them!
My kids didn’t want me to add graham crackers. They said the crust was enough. If you want graham crackers, put them underneath the chocolate segments. Or crush the graham crackers and sprinkle them inside and/or outside.
2. Can I stop the marshmallows from leaking out? The mini marshmallows puff up when baking and stretch the pie crust. The liquified marshmallows can leak out from any holes that were already there or ones that are made during the stretching. The flavor of the marshmallows is still there though.
3. Could I toast the marshmallow BEFORE adding them to the pie pops for that toasted marshmallow taste?
Yes! Toast the mini marshmallows under the broiler, on a pan lined with parchment paper. Watch them carefully and remove when golden brown.
4. Can I use puff pastry instead of pie crust? Yes. Bake puff pastry s’more pops at 400° for 15-20 minutes.
5. Can I make these s’more pie pops on the grill?
Yes, check out my recipe for s’mores hand pies here. If you want the lollipop stick, insert it after you’ve finished grilling them while the chocolate is still soft.
6. Do I have to use a lollipop stick? No. You can use a popsicle stick instead or make hand pies without any sticks.
7. Any suggestion to try for keeping the marshmallows in or for more marshmallow flavor? Try putting marshmallow cream on top of the chocolate and then adding the mini marshmallows like I did for the s’mores hand pies.
Or try toasting the marshmallows before adding them to the pie pops (instructions above). Another option is to try adding some Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits since they are crunchy marshmallows.
The mini marshmallows will puff up and may disappear but the crust will keep the shape of them. Some of the liquid marshmallows leaked out of the pie pops but it didn’t matter.
My kids absolutely loved these pie pops. The like them even more than the peanut butter cup pie pops and said they tasted just like s’mores!
Updated from original S’more Pie Pops recipe from 2013.
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Rhonda Bunn says
My kids and hubby would love these!
Megan @ MegUnprocessed says
What a fun treat! kids will surely love these!
Lane & Holly @ With Two Spoons says
These look insanely good!
Sheila seaton says
Oh boy they look delishes
I have made pie pops with all kinds of pie fillings. I used mini muffin pans in order to create a pocket to put the filling in.. and I used Popsicle sticks instead of sucker sticks made it a little sturdier to hold
Hi, is it ok to use puff pastry instead of pie crust
I’ve never tried it, but it sounds delicious! You might not be able to make “pie pops” using puff pastry since it might be too flaky to hold the stick in place. But you can make “hand pies” instead! Let us know how it turns out! ~Tonia
How many pies does this recipe yield?
I was able to make 4 by re-rolling the pie dough scraps. Enjoy!
Michelle S says
I was able to make 6 mini pies rolling out the leftover dough.
Can i fry it? We dont have oven
I’ve never tried that. Let me know if you do!
It would do better to use canned biscuits
if you are going to fry, I think, I tried frying pie crust, it was very greasy and icky.
bob oleary says
Smores are one of the favorite summer foods.
Thanks so much for the inspiration! we made these as round mini-pies for my daughter’s PI day celebration at school tomorrow. I can’t wait to hear how the kids liked them! We sprinkled graham crackers on top and they look great!
I made these lastnight and they did not work out at all. The marshmallow completely disspeared and the pie crust was dry and just crumbled. I was so excited for these and in the end they were just a dissapointment.
Becky C says
I am so glad you have your name printed on your picture! I pinned what I thought was your recipe but it took me to a bogus website. I noticed your name on the picture so I searched Pinterest and found a couple of pages are actually using your picture, some not linking back to you! How rude!?!
Anyway, the recipe looks great and these pops look yum! I will be deleted the bogus pin and repinning so you get credit for you own work! Thanks for sharing!!
Thanks so very much, Becky! Unfortunately, that is a very frustrating part of being a blogger. You can report bogus pins to Pinterest by clicking the little flag on the pin.
Ditto what Becky said! I saw your pin and someone had written a description with the pin saying this recipe uses refrigerated cookie dough. I knew that couldn’t be right so I googled the name on the photo and found your original recipe here (using pie crust as I suspected!). Also the pin I saw was leading to a spam site, so i flagged it.
Thank you so much, Kristi! I really appreciate it!
I tried making them but I didn’t make them look so pretty but they tasted like a s’more and also I used crushed up graham crackers on the bottom of the chocolate ANSI on top of the crust
i’m going to give these a shot tonight, but with a twist. i’m going to make them in a mini cupcake tin and put just the chocolate inside. right before they’re done, i’m going to set a couple of marshmallows on top to melt, and as soon as they come out, i’m going to sprinkle crumbled graham crackers on top. i’ll let you know how they turn out.
I hate to be the only person to not like these, however I was less than impressed. They literally taste like melted chocolate in a pie crust. The marshmallow completely melts and there’s no marshmallow taste in the end product. These DO NOT taste like s’mores at al!!! They are also time consuming to make, especially for the end product. Sorry to be the Debbie-Downer, it is what it is, and that’s not anything like s’mores.
Someone pinned this stating it was Smore Sugar Cookies – but the link was not there. I did see your “the Gunny Sack” on the photo and found the recipe. I attached your website when I repined it – so hopefully others will find the recipe. Thanks – I looks great and I have those friends (adults that act like kids) who will love this!!
Darn! I will have to go report those pins to Pinterest. Thanks Koni!
Could these be made with fluff or jet puff? (The jarred marshmallow spread) Regular marshmallows aren’t vegetarian
I’ve never tried it but I imagine it would work pretty much the same way. I would love to hear how they turn out. Thanks for stopping by Maddy!
you can find vegan marshmallows. i know near me freshthyme and trader joes sell them.
Delsha Sledge says
I’m making these as a gift and so I’m making them the night before the party. How can I keep them fresh overnight?
I kept them fresh by storing them in an air tight container. Thanks for stopping by!
I was wondering how many eggs you needed for this recipe to have enough egg whites?
You only need one egg white. Best of luck with your pie pops and thanks for stopping by!
How many of these does the recipe make? I’m going to make these for my class 🙂
I’m so glad I found this recipe.
Couple of questions: If I’m not making these for children and am instead making them for just me, can I just omit the lollipop sticks altogether? Also, is there any significance for the egg white specifically, or can I just go ahead and use a regular beaten egg, yolk and all?
Yes you can omit the lollipop sticks. As far as the egg wash goes, Martha Stewart says http://www.marthastewart.com/264313/pie-crust-101 “For a shiny pie crust, brush the unbaked top crust with an egg wash made from one egg and 2 tablespoons cream.”
Best of luck,
They look really good and all but I couldn’t make them because some of this stuff (pie crusts, Hershey’s chocolate, mini marshmallows) Are not available in my country… The idea is great though.
so cute and great for kids , but one question though can I do it with puff pastry?
Hi Nora, I’ve never tried it with puff pastry but I imagine it would be delicious! Best of luck!
Do you need the stick or can you just make little pastries that can be hand held?
Hi Nicole! They could totally be a hand pie! Have a great weekend!
Julie Stone says
Could you use melted butter instead of egg whites? Any other substitute? Thx!
I’ve never tried using a substitute for egg whites but here is what I found on the Versatile Vegetarian blog http://versatilekitchen.blogspot.com/2011/05/egg-substitutes.html:
Best egg wash replacer:
Egg wash gives such a beautiful color to the baked bread or roll or pie crust, that it makes a very appetizing dish. Best alternative to egg wash is by using heavy cream. Brush with heavy cream. Since everyone doesn’t have heavy cream on hand all the time (I know I don’t), other alternative is to mix equal parts of oil, milk and sugar. Add a pinch of salt and whisk and brush the unbaked loaves. It gives a beautiful color since sugar caramelizes and browns the dough.
I hope it works for you!
KymberLee Voss-Trevino says
I live in Edgewood, NM and we’re under extreme fire restrictions no open fires anywhere. Well I’ve been craving S’mores and with this recipe I think I’m going to satisfy my cravings. Can’t wait!
I bought all the ingredients to bake this today … my only question is once I bake them can they be reheated and eaten a day or two later? Thanks!!
Hey Taylor, my kids ate them the next couple of days but they didn’t warm them up. But like other pies, I would think you could heat them up. Best of luck!
This idea is great ! But I tried these just now and they came out a lot different 🙁 The dough was over cooked for 14 minutes, they were sort of dry, and something was lacking without the marshmallows! I just cut them in half, shoved marshmallows into the spaces, and ate them like that ! Next time, I’ll either try different dough or less cooking time, stuffing ‘mallows in, as well as a powdered sugar topping for little s’more pastries 😉
Hello Eley, I’m sorry to hear that they didn’t turn out for you but I’m happy that you found a way to salvage them! I would love to hear how they turn out the next time you try them with the changes you plan to make. Have a great week! ~Tonia
I tried them and they were dry. They looked good, but very deceitful! It lacked the marshmallow taste.
I agree…mine didn’t have any marshmallows, they completely melted and sure they sweetened the crust, but I want that real gooey marshmallow bite! Is that not what is meant to happen?
Like I mentioned in my post, the same thing happened to me. The mini marshmallows disappeared. 🙂 Best of luck!
I apologize- I didn’t see that 🙂
Every winter (usually January) we crank up the heat, grab bathing suits, fill the jacuzzie with blue water and spread out the checkered picnic cloth…in the house!! These will be Perfect for our picnic…no flames required! TYVM 😀
What a fun idea Nami! Thanks!
What about crushing the grham crackers and putting them inside or on top =D these look so good can’t wait to try them
Thanks Cynthia! I think some of my other readers tried that and said it was delicious!