S’mores Valentine Treat & Free Printable

Yesterday I shared our Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Peeps treats, and today I’m using them to make individual s’more treats!

S\'mores on a plate

My kids will be taking these to their preschool and Sunday School teachers, and delivering a few to some of our neighbors.

They are super easy for kids to help put together, too.

You will need:

Two graham cracker squares (one sheet, broken in half at the score line)
One Marshmallow Heart Peep
¼ of a regular sized Hershey chocolate bar

To assemble, just place each item into a 4″ x 9″ cellophane goodie bag.

Valentine S\'mores treat bag

I forgot to photograph the back, but it has a spot for “To” & “From,” as well as directions for the recipient to put their treat together.

Of course the bag topper is a freebie printable for you! If you’d like to download it, click here.

 

 

 

Check out my other Valentine’s posts:

Valentine\'s Day treat bag

Chocolate Covered Peeps Hearts and a Free Printable

 

Social media image of Valentine Chalkboard free printable

Valentine’s Chalkboard Printable and Template

Burlap heart garland

Burlap Heart Garland

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. Where is the link for the free printable? How am I missing it? Please help! My daugther so wants to make these before tomorrow!

  2. LOVE this!! I made some natural and healthy marshmellow hearts for my daughter’s class (& put them in the freezer till Valentines Day) but they did not come out as cute as I would have hoped to have them be the main treat. This is the perfect way to dress up my marshmellow and you saved me a bunch of time by doing the free printable for me, thank you! I will link to this post in my marshmellow post that will publish next week!

  3. LOVE this!! I made some natural and healthy marshmellow hearts for my daughter’s class (& put them in the freezer till Valentines Day) but they did not come out as cute as I would have hoped to have them be the main treat. This is the perfect way to dress up my marshmellow and you saved me a bunch of time by doing the free printable for me, thank you! I will link to this post in my marshmellow post that will publish next week!

  4. I’m sure the other children and your neighbours will like it. I also must try something like this to make my kids happy.