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Frozen S’mores on a Stick

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This is how we make s’mores in Texas, where it’s much too hot for campfires:


















No, not really.

Really, I made these frozen s’mores pops for a friend’s Labor Day party, for all the kids in attendance. Someone else had brought a package of those red, white, and blue rocket pops (or bomb pops) often found on ice cream trucks. But guess which pops all the kids chose.

To be fair, one kid did choose a rocket pop over the s’mores. And one sneaky kid chose both! I wonder where his mother was… 😉

smores popsicles

Inspired by Marshmallow Ice Cream recipe.

smores on a stick

S’mores Popsicles


  • 1 cup milk of choice (such as almond milk)
  • 1/2 a container Ricemellow Crème (You could probably use 5 oz Smuckers marshmallow fluff, which—albeit high in artificial ingredients—is vegan.)
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • tiny pinch salt
  • optional: melted chocolate or Hot Chocolate Butter
  • optional: crumbled graham crackers

Combine first four ingredients in a microwave-safe dish (or small saucepan if you prefer the stove), and microwave 1 minute. Stir so there are no lumps, then pour into paper cups or popsicle molds. If desired, dip in chocolate and sprinkle on graham cracker crumbs once pops are frozen. (If using the hot chocolate butter option, sprinkle the graham cracker crumbs quickly- the chocolate shell hardens fast!)

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Did you ever buy anything from the ice cream truck?

When I was little, that annoying ice cream truck song was the best sound in the world! To my sister, it meant Good Humor strawberry shortcake popsicles. To my friends, it meant rocket pops, snow cones, and sherbet pops in the shape of Scooby Doo. To me, it meant one thing and one thing only: chocolate.

Be it a Chipwich, a chocolate éclair, or a neopolitan ice cream sandwich, you can be sure my order was always chocolate. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever tried a rocket pop in my life!

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Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Rachel says:

    Yum!! I used to buy cookie sandwiches haha loooved those

  2. Oh yum. I love s’mores! Or maybe just toasted marshmallows. Or maybe just the melted chocolate. I don’t know. It all contributed to the melty, gooeyness.

    I loved strawberry shortcake popsicles or the drumsticks. My favorite part of a drumstick was the solid chocolate part at the bottom. 😉

    1. Laura Miller says:

      That was my favorite part too! It always left me wanting another one. 😀

  3. The tip! Definitely the best part

  4. Those look delicious!!! I’d usually get those red white and blue pops, or they had ones that were cartoon characters with gum balls as the eyes!

  5. No! I was never allowed to get something from the ice cream truck. And now that I am an “adult” I still can’t anything because of my food allergies :(

  6. Wendy says:

    where do you find ricemellow cream? my kid’s begging for rice krispie treats and i refuse to buy fluff! thanks!

    1. Lisa C. says:

      Whole Foods. Or online!

    2. Melissa says:

      Fair warning, the ricemellow makes not good rice crispie treats. Too much liquid so they are more rice mushies than rice crispies!

      You’re much better off getting Dandies vegan marshmallows. Or Sweet and Sara… though her’s are so gourmet that I loathe using them. I prefer to eat them unadulterated or in s’more form. 😉 Whole Foods will have Dandies or S&S, too.

  7. Erica says:

    Do you ever eat just plain ol’ chocolate (as opposed to a chocolate dessert)? If so, do you have a particular [vegan] brand that you recommend??

    1. Oh only about 5 times a day ;).

      Favorites include: Endangered Species, Taza, Sweet Riot, and Vintage Plantations.

  8. Sarah the official CCK drooler @RomneyRyan2012 says:

    Oh my word… thanks for making me drool all over the computer on my first day of school! My mom wants to give you detention for making me lose focus… on my physics. As if I had any focus to begin with.
    p.s.- is there a way to make myown marshmallow creme? thanks!

    1. Laura Miller says:

      I second the recipe for vegan marshmallow creme. I occasionally make the real kind for my animal-product-loving family, but we don’t have rice mallow creme OR Smucker’s marshmallow topping(Crazy, because they have every single other kind of Smucker’s at my store) anywhere near us.

  9. Lisa C. says:

    GORGEOUS gorgeous photos!!! Makes me wish it would just stay summer for another four months. No more back to school… Just popsicles and ice cream trucks and campfires!

    1. Lisa C. says:

      Oh forgot to answer the question. I loved the chipwiches growing up. I don’t think I ever had one from the ice cream truck, but I’d always get them at baseball games!

  10. Inspired Mom says:

    Love these, Katie. My kiddos like the bomb pops, and I do admit that sometimes we buy them as a special treat. They’re allowed to have a few special desserts per week that they choose, and my littlest one is looking over my shoulder right now and I asked if he wanted one and he said OH YES PLEASE! Love how he said please :).

  11. Liz says:

    I loved those strawberry shortcake bars! Thanks for the reminder. Oh good times. Haven’t gotten anything from the ice cream man in years!

  12. Love this idea! I’ve made smores on a stick before but not frozen – I can’t wait to try a new technique :)

  13. jenica says:

    Katie I feel so bad for anyone else at these parties who wants to bring desserts…yours always leave them in the dust!

  14. That’s my kind of s’more!! I do remember the ice cream and how fun it was when they came around. We need more ice cream trucks around today. My kids would go crazy for one!!

  15. carolyn says:

    Where is Ricemellow Cream sold?

    1. Whole Foods, online, and some regular grocery stores :).

  16. julie says:

    This post is kind of snarky and conceded..not gonna lie.

    1. monica says:

      i don’t think so and if it is, so what?! the girl has earned the right to brag, she rocks. I know if i were doing all that Katie does i would brag all the time, shoot i do it now with the few dishes i make, there’s nothing wrong with being confident and celebrating your talents.

    2. Anonymous says:

      How embarrassing! If you’re actually going to take the time out of your day to be malicious and insult someone, you should at least make sure your insults are spelled correctly.

  17. Aubrey says:

    We need to do a blogger meetup in Dallas sometime!!

  18. I’d def choose your pops!
    They look and sound so lush :)
    We had an ice cream truck and the jingle still stays with me.
    ” home ice cream , the name that rings a bell!”

  19. Angie says:

    But no store in my neighborhood sells that ricemallow stuff.
    That brings me to a question, alot if specialityhealthy ingredients that you useare out of my budget as well as too far away to shop for often. Could you recommend some staple inexpensive/ long lasting things I could stock up on so I can make some of your healthy treats as often as possible? I would really appreciate it, and I’m a big fan if yours!
    -peace, love , and health to you!

    1. I have a “pantry staples” list on my FAQ page :).

      It’s under the Recipes heading.

  20. Angie says:

    I apologize for the typos :)

  21. Alex says:

    I love the pictures, Katie. I’d go for a s’mores pop over a rocket pop any day. The rocket pops were always too sweet for me.

  22. Jessica says:

    I found you on Pinterest about an hour ago, and I haven’t been off your site since. I have a TON of catching up to do. Can’t believe I didn’t know about this blog until now!

  23. Laura Miller says:

    I don’t think you’re missing out too much on the bomb pop. I only ever ate them once, when I got my tonsils out as a little kid and was eating everything frozen. If I ever did get something from the ice cream truck, it was either a fudgesicle, or, one time I tried a spongebob shaped one that I really loved. Our parents didn’t often let us get anything though.

    Then we moved to our current place when I was about 7… NO ICE CREAM TRUCKS!! I really missed the noise of the truck coming and the mad dash around the house to find enough change for some ice cream. :)

    Anyways, this recipe looks fabulous, and I’m sure that if I were a kid and had a choice between this and a bomb pop, I would choose this in a heartbeat. 😀

  24. monica says:

    one word, YUM!!!!!

  25. Like your sister, I absolutely LOVED those Strawberry Shortcake ice cream bars. I got one any time the ice cream truck came. But it’s probably been at least 10-12 years since I’ve had one.

  26. Jennifer says:

    My mom would never let my sister and me buy anything from a ice cream truck. She was completely disgusted by the idea of a truck selling food. However, one night, a truck broke down in front of our driveway and she let each of us pick something to have (I think she felt bad for the man!)

  27. Andrea says:

    I had three favorites from the ice cream truck. One was a snoopy ice cream, one was a baseball mitt one with a bubble gum baseball, and the third was those rainbow cones that had a piece of gum at the bottom. I can’t remember what any of them were called. :/
    Also, I wanted to say thank you! Since finding your blog there are so many recipes I’ve wanted to try that I couldn’t find the ingredients for. I was finally able to track down a tiny vegan grocery store! It has essentially everything I would look for that I couldn’t find in regular grocery stores. Don’t think I would have found it if it weren’t for your yummy recipes encouraging me to look harder!

  28. Lori says:

    Oooh, these are on my list of things I MUST make soon! YUM!

  29. I sometimes wish I lived in the States where things like Ricemellow creme exist. I have no idea what it is of course but it sounds amazing.

  30. Your frozme smores on a stick sounds amazing!!

  31. brianna says:

    These look delicious. We were never allowed to buy from the ice cream truck, but get thee a Rocket Pop now. They are awesome.

  32. This is cute and creative! Looks great!

  33. Wow what a yummy recipe! Could be fantastic with dark chocolate. I like that you’ve used rice milk.

  34. Mmm I made frozen s’mores not that long ago but never thought to put them on a stick!

  35. Thuy Duong says:

    Do you know where to get vegan marshmallow also Ricemellow Crème? Does stores like Whole Foods have it?

  36. Kate says:

    Hey Katie! This question doesn’t apply to this recipe, but it’s just a general question I have about a lot of your recipes. I always thought the point of stevia was to be a calorie-free sweetener, but I know you’ve said often that you’re not necessarily concerned about calories. Does stevia have health benefits compared to sugar if one isn’t concerned about calories? I’m not really familiar with it. Thanks for all your great posts!

  37. Shawnee says:

    Oh my! Those sound delicious, and boy do I love smores! I used to love the rocket popsicles too! Also Katie, I have a request for a future recipe! Do you think you could try to make a healthy, vegan peanut brittle? I miss it so much!

  38. Nicole says:

    Hey Katie! I adore your blog and have been a long-time fan. Just out of curiosity, why isn’t the amount of sugar in each recipe listed in the nutritional facts? I assumed this might be because you suggest optional sources of sweetener that all have differing amounts of sugar, but I thought I’d still ask. Thanks!

  39. Erica says:

    Katie, I really love your site! It is officially one of the best websites I have ever found. :) I really like how all of your posts ask a question at the end and share another link – you’re so thoughtful.

    As for me… the ice cream truck sometimes had popsicles that had pop-rocks on the outside. Those were my favorite!

  40. Oh my gosh! I love this idea! So fun. I can’t wait to try! :)

  41. Cosette says:

    Hey, Katie! I actually had a question for you, do you normally count calories daily? Or what is your opinion on calorie counting? I’ve been calorie counting lately, trying to take in more calories, but it is just so stressful.

  42. Esperanza says:

    Looks Delicious! (:

  43. I remember buying from the ice cream truck when I lived in England. I’d use my European money to buy a treat. I didn’t get it very often, but I do remember looking forward to the ice cream truck. 😉

  44. Thuy Duong says:

    Does using low-fat milk work and how long is it before it’s frozen?

  45. Sarah says:

    My ice cream truck favorite was the banana fudge bomb pop, or occasionally those obnoxious neon cartoon character pops (such as tweety bird) with the gumball eyes.

    Thanks for the vegan-friendly marshmallow tips!

  46. April says:

    Hi Katie! This is another amazing recipe! Could I ask what molds you use? Thanks!

    1. I found them at my parents’ house… I’m pretty sure they’re from Japan, about 20 years ago ;).

      1. April says:

        Haha okay thanks! I guess I’d have a pretty miserable time trying to track down an exact copy of those. Those “s’mores” are still destined to end up in my stomach though! :)

  47. Maggie says:

    lol I love the rocket pops, in Ontario they are “Space Jets”. I also liked creamsicles, and the ghost pops (with the gumball nose, because all ghosts have noses)… My mom always got a Fudgsicle :)

  48. Steph says:

    This sounds AMAZING. I must try it as soon as I find out if it’s possible to order the marshmallow cream online. (El Paso, TX isn’t super vegan friendly- no Whole Foods- but we get by.)

    Speaking of ice cream trucks- I’d love to see a vegan Choco Taco recipe! Those were always my favorite! :)