Decadent Drunken S’more Pop Tarts for Fall

By Brittni • Updated on 10/10/2016

Drunken S'more Pop Tarts

It’s been a while since the last pop tart recipe, so I figured it was time for another. This time, the approach is a little more decadent and I am definitely not mad at it….especially considering we tossed in a little bourbon for good measure. Because what’s a pop tart recipe without drunken twist, right? Haha.

Meet your new fall / winter weekend snack…drunken s’more pop tarts  (chocolate and caramel bourbon inside with a marshmallow glaze outside). Yum, yum, yum! Click through for the recipe.

Drunken S'more Pop Tarts. Try this semi-homemade recipe for pop tarts with chocolate + caramel bourbon filling and a marshmallow glaze.

S'more pop tarts recipe

Ingredients for Chocolate Caramel Bourbon Pop Tarts

  • 2 boxes of pie crust
  • 2 Hershey Chocolate bars
  • 2 cups of caramel sauce either store bought or homemade
  • 1 tablespoon of bourbon
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of water

Ingredients for Pop Tart Marshmallow Glaze

  • 1/4 cup of powdered sugar
  • 2 heaping cups of marshmallows (roughly 20 regular sized marshmallows)
  • ¼ cup of whole milk

Try this drunken s'more pop tart recipe with chocolate + caramel bourbon filling and a marshmallow glaze.

How to Make Chocolate Caramel Bourbon Pop Tarts

1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.

2. Once the pie crusts have thawed, roll out and create rectangles for the pop tarts. We were able to create 4 rectangles from one pie crust sheet – 8 rectangles per box. You should have 16 rectangles total (or at least an even number). Set the rectangles aside.

3. Next, create your bourbon caramel sauce. Just add 1 tablespoon of bourbon to your two cups of caramel sauce and stir. You can make it stronger if you would like or omit it completely. Totally optional.

4. Once you are ready to assemble, place 8 of the rectangles down onto the cookie sheet. Then add 4 chocolate bar rectangles and top with a tablespoon of caramel sauce.

5. Next, place the remaining 8 rectangles on top of the filling and, using a fork, press down around the edges to seal your pop tarts. After your pop tarts are assembled, make your egg wash, simply crack one egg into a bowl and add the tablespoon of water, whisk together.

6. Brush the tops with the egg wash before you place the pop tarts into the oven. Pop tarts should be in the oven for roughly 8 minutes.

7. Remove and cover just the crimped edges with foil and place back into the oven for 2 more minutes, until the tops are golden brown. Finally, remove from the oven and let them cool on a cooling rack.

8. While the pop tarts are baking you can make the glaze… In a medium-size microwavable bowl, mix milk and marshmallows together and microwave for about 30 seconds. Stir the mixture until smooth. If the marshmallows aren’t completely melted, place the bowl back in the microwave for 15 second intervals until the marshmallows are have melted.

9. Next, stir in the powdered sugar and mix until combined. Set aside.

10. Once the pop tarts are done pour the glaze over and sprinkle with chocolate shavings. Enjoy.

Drunken S'more Pop Tarts

Chocolate + caramel bourbon filled pop tarts with a marshmallow glaze. #recipe

Drunken S'more Pop Tarts. Try this semi-homemade recipe for pop tarts with chocolate + caramel bourbon filling and a marshmallow glaze.

Drunken S'more Pop Tarts. Try this semi-homemade recipe for pop tarts with chocolate + caramel bourbon filling and a marshmallow glaze.

Photography Amelia Tatnall Lawrence
Recipe Anissa Saxton
Styling Brittni Mehlhoff

What do you think of this flavor combo? What other spiked pop tart flavors do you think would be good?

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Hi Amaryliss. The backdrop is just paper. 🙂 And the plates are from Anthro. Here’s the link:


These look GORGEOUS! And your styling is always so inspiring, Brittni! Thanks so much for the recipe and cool vibes. Quick question: where is your backdrop and plates from?

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Yes!! These look incredible! I need these for my Monday morning!

Eden Passante

These look so great, what could make a pop tart better than adding booze? Definitely want to try this!


At first I thought there ought to be more chocolate, until I saw your second photo and yep, there’s a lot more inside! Yum! :p

Tet | Drawn to DIY

OH MY GOSH. THOSE LOOK INCREDIBLE. I’d normally make poptarts for breakfast, but this is a definitely a dessert!



Thanks so much Taylor. 🙂


Damn these sound good and your styling is – as always – gorgeous!

Xx Taylor

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Haha. Not a bad combo, right Krystal?! 🙂


What a perfect combination, pop tarts, smores, and alcohol! I can’t wait to try making these.

Krystal // The Krystal Diaries

Thanks Michelle. Anissa did a great job with these.


They look sooo heavenly, I want one right now!

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