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S’mores Pops, Hocus Pocus Inspired

Balita Ngayon: The Sanderson sisters have waited three hundred years for a virgin to light the Black candle, and for many Hocus Pocus Fans, it feels like we been waiting about for too long for a sequel to the 1993 classic.

Source: Delish

The Sanderson sisters have waited three hundred years for a virgin to light the Black candle, and for many Hocus Pocus Fans, it feels like we been waiting about for too long for a sequel to the 1993 classic. The movie is about 3 kids who accidentally free a trio witches, has become a Halloween classic wathched and rewatched year after year.

Ingredients:

• 1 container of black cookie frosting

• 12 graham crackers halved

• 3 c semi sweet cholate chips

• marshmallow fluff

• 3 tbsp coconut oil

Preparations:

  1. Spread the marshmallow fluff in half of the graham. Put a popsicle stick halfway on the fluff, its stick out from the graham cracker like a handle. Top it with other graham cracker. Place them in a parchment lined baking sheet and leave it in the freezer while you make a chocolate sauce.
  2. Set a double boiler, fill a medium sized sauce pan with about 1 water, then top it with a glass bowl. Make sure the bowl does not touch the water. Put the chocolate chips in a bowl, stirring it until its melted, then stir in the coconut oil. Dip the graham crackers sandwiches in the chocolate, cover them completely. You many also need to use a butter knife or a silicone spatula to make sure that the sides are coated. Stick 1 candy eye on each book, on the far right side about a halfway down to the graham cracker. Place them back into the baking sheet and refrigirate for about 15 minutes, or until the chocolate is hardened.
  3. Use a black cookie frosting to draw a circle around the eye, 2 semicircles on the outer corners of the graham cracker book and stiches on the chocolate covered graham crackers.
  4. Refrigirate it until set, about 15 minutes. Keep them until just before serving.
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