S’more Crescent Moon Dip {Recipe}

eid kid treat recipe

Our family was introduced to s’mores dip at a girl scout event and plan to add a crescent moon shape to the top, to include it in our Eid AlFitar home party.

Eid AlFitar (Arabic: عيد الفطر‎), is the holiday that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. When it begins is determined on a lunar calendar. Part of the festive celebrations is baking treats and sharing them with loved ones.

Due to COVID19, this holiday will be harder without friends and family around, so we have decided to spend less time making elaborate desserts, with elaborate fillings that only the two grownups in the home would have to finish alone. We will be spending more time making kid friendly treats, by having the kids decide on the foods they want to eat.

The word s’more is a shortened version of the words “some more” and is a sandwich treat that consists of a melted marshmallow added to a layer of chocolate placed between two pieces of graham crackers. The first known s’mores recipe was published in a Girl Scout guidebook from 1927.

S’mores marshmallows are traditionally melted using a campfire, but we made our dip in the oven by gathering a few supplies in our kitchen.


  • Chocolate chips
  • Marshmallows (we get halal ones from Trader Joes, check your local organic grocery store for non-animal ingredients)
  • Pie pan
  • Toothpicks
  • Yellow & purple sprinkles
  • Butter
  • Graham crackers
  • Paper towel
  • Wax paper
eid kid treat recipe

Place one marshmallow on a toothpick and fully submerge it in water.

eid kid treat recipe

Wipe most of the water off on the paper towel, then roll the marshmallow in the sprinkles.

eid kid treat recipe

Let the marshmallows sit on the wax paper for about have an hour, then use kitchen scissors to cut them in half. If your scissors get gooey from cutting, rub a little butter on them in between. Clean the scissors off between the different colors.

eid kid treat recipe

We made 10 purple marshmallows then started work on the yellow ones.

eid kid treat recipe

Once we had colored all our marshmallows, we needed to get stared on prepping the pie pan. We mixed half a cup of melted butter with 12 crushed crackers and layering that on the bottom. Next we added a layer of chocolate chips.

eid kid treat recipe

Finally we arranged the cut up marshmallows on top in the shape of a crescent moon.

We placed our plate in the oven at 450 F for 7 minutes. This not only melts the chocolate into the crackers but it also melts the marshmallows into each other. Use whole graham crackers to dip into the result. It is best to eat it while it is still a warm and gooey mess.

eid kid treat recipe

Here are other fun kid treats that you might enjoy for the holidays

Chocolate Moon and Star Krispie Treats {Recipe}

6 Kid Approved Stuffed Dates {Recipe}

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Chocolate Moon and Star Krispie Treats {Recipe}

We have been invited to a second community Eid party and decided to try our hands at rice krispie treats in the shape of moon and stars to take with us.

Eid Al Fitr is the holiday celebrated at the end of Ramadan. We used moon and star cookie cutters since they are cultural symbols of Islam seen on many domes of mosques. They can also be found on the covers of the Quran and on many country flags.

Once we cut out the moon and star shapes, we covered them in chocolate and sprinkles, follow along in case you want to try some out.


  • 1/2 teaspoon cooking vanilla
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 bag marshmallows
  • 1 box crisp rice cereal
  • Red candy melts
  • Silver and gold sprinkles
  • Baking pan and cooking spray
  • Cookie sheet and parchment paper
  • Moon and star cookie cutters
  • Bamboo skewers (optional)

Melt the butter and stir in the marshmallows until combined with butter.

Take the pot off the stove and stir in the cereal and cooking vanilla

Place everything into a pan that has been sprayed with cooking spray, trying to get the mixture to be as flat and even as possible.

Wait for about 15-30 minutes for it to cool, then use the cookie cutters to cut out the treats.

Once you have the amount you need, lay out an assembly line of the treats, the melted chocolate, and sprinkles.

Dip the treats into the melted chocolate, then lay then down on the parchment sheet. The last step is to add sprinkles. Do this right away so the sprinkles can sink into the chocolate and set.

We set them on the counter for the chocolate to fully set. For an extra bit of fun, we added a few bamboo sticks so the treats could be placed into a vase.

If you enjoyed making this special treat, be sure to stop by these others

6 Kid Approved Stuffed Dates {Recipe}

Ramadan Man’ousheh Mini Bites {Recipe}

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6 Kid Approved Stuffed Dates {Recipe}

We tried different ways to stuff dates for our upcoming Eid al Fitr potluck party. Eid al Fitr is the celebration that is at the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.

Dates are used to break the daily fast during Ramadan because tradition holds that the prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) broke his fast with three dates and water. Because of this, there are a lot of them sold at the grocery stories this time of year.

It is very common to go to someone’s home this month with a box of dates as a gift. As a result, we have several in our kitchen.

We looked in our refrigerator to find various ingredients to try out stuffing flavors and came up with these six that we’ll be taking to the event next week. We tried much more, but these six were the top kid approved tastes.

To get started, we cut slits in the the dates and took out all the pits. Then we just stuffed and tasted!

Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets & Melted Chocolate Stuffed Dates

Let’s start with the most popular. These ranked the highest in thumbs up. The tart of the peanut butter & pretzel against the sweet dates & chocolate were the perfect combination.

Peanut Butter & Salted Caramel Almonds plus Melted Chocolate Stuffed Dates

These were also a huge hit with the kids. We tried the salted caramel almonds to start but also made some with regular (unsalted) almonds. The kids went fifty on them, but after they dipped them in the left over melted chocolate from the dates above, they didn’t care which ones they were tasting.

Almond & Brie Stuffed Dates

Everyone loved the almonds when they were also combined with brie cheese. Once the kids realized how much they loved the cheese flavor with the dates, we started to try different cheeses.

Goat Cheese & Sun Dried Tomato Stuffed Dates

This honey goat cheese is one of our favorites and a staple in our kitchen, so we paired it with sun dried tomatoes to add a bit of tart. I also added a dash of basil on top. The adults like this more than that kids, but I’m sure the sun dried tomatoes had a big role in that decision. I wish we had cherry tomatoes as I’d be curious what fresh would do to the taste.

Fontina & Basil Stuffed Dates

These dates also got a “they’re okay” from the kids but the adults really loved the taste. We decided to try fontina cheese since we didn’t have any mozzarella to pair with basil leaf. Next time, I might also thrown in a slice of cherry tomato on top to see what that does.

Pistachio & Almond with Rose Water Stuffed Dates

The kids like these but they were probably the least favorite of the six due to the rose water. We made a few with only the pistachios & almonds and those were a hit. But the adults like the rose water, so I’d recommend making both and letting everyone decide on their own.

These were our top six ways to eat stuffed dates and can’t wait to share them with our friends to see what they think.

If you enjoyed learning how to make these stuffed dates, stop by these other treats we tried

Eid Party Fruit Snack {Recipe}

Ramadan Man’ousheh Mini Bites {Recipe}

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