Step 3: In another bowl, with a electic mixer beat together butter and white sugar until fluffly. Add eggs, mix, add brown sugar, mix, then add vanilla extract.
Piping marshmallow fluff is HARD! So this is how I stuffed them. Put 1 cup of marshmallow fluff into a ziplock back and cut the tip off. Then cut a slit in the top of each cake pop wiggling the blade tip around to open up some room.
Then take your knife and gently scrap off or smooth out the the excess marshmallow. When your finished turn each cake pop on it's side so your not poking the stick through the open area.
Now slip a mini marshemellow about 3/4 of an inch down each stick. Of course you don't have to do this but it really helps the cake pop stay put. I didn't have any slide or break, wish I could use marshmallows on all cake pops :).
Now stick them in th freezer to harden up a bit.
Now just stick them in some styrofoam to set up, and a few minutes later they'll be ready!
My daughter has been asking for a camping party this summer...these will have to go on the menu! And did I mention they were 1000 times cleaner to give my two year olds then an actual smore? Yay!
I hope you get a chance to try these out this summer, even if it is snowing! ;)