Fudgey

Toasty, chocolatey s’mores Fudgey are ideal for cool summer nights with the campfire. We love the Canadian flavours of graham crackers, chocolate and golden, toasted marshmallows much that we designed a whole new s’mores inspired treat. This one is good for hot summer days from the lake or pool. Fudgey, frozen pudding pops are covered with toasted meringue and dipped in graham crumbs to generate the ultimate summertime snack when there’s no campfire nearby.

Fudgey S’more Pudding Pops

Prep Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes + 8 hours
Makes: 6 pops

Ingredients:
3 cups prepared chocolate pudding
1 1/2 cups superfine sugar, divided
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 cup water
3 egg whites
1 cup graham cracker crumbs

Fudgey S’more Pops

Directions:
1. Divide prepared pudding into 6 popsicle moulds. Let freeze for minimum 8 hours.
2. To make the meringue, heat 1 cup sugar, cream of tartar and water over loaded with a small sauce pan. Let the sugar fully dissolve along with the mixture reduce slightly, about 4 minutes
3. Meanwhile, beat egg whites to soft peaks within an electric mixer. Add remaining sugar and whip.
4. While the motor remains running, pour a stream with the sugar mixture to the egg whites along the side in the bowl. Careful not to ever pour directly in the whisk and the hot sugar mixture with splatter.
5. Whip until peaks are stiff and mixture is cool, about ten mins.
6. Place graham crumb in a smaller bowl.
Place a baking tray from the freezer.
7. Working quickly, spoon meringue on both side of merely one pudding pop. Using the back on the spoon, make swoosh patterns in meringue coating.
8. Dip the top from the pop into graham crumb to coat the very best inch.
Using a kitchen torch, toast both parties of meringue until lightly golden. Avoid torching graham crumb.
9. Place pops on baking sheet occur freezer and repeat with remaining popsicles.
10. Keep in freezer until prepared to serve. Or enjoy immediately.

S’more Pops

Craving more s’mores? Try our delectable Nanaimo S’mores.

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