Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
Crush graham crackers, I did this using a food processor. Once they are crushed into small bits, pour into a medium mixing bowl.
Add marshmallow fluff and melted butter. Stir until it starts to combine, it takes some work. Once it starts to stick together, use the best kitchen utensils ever, your hands, and knead the fluff and crackers together.
Scoop a heaping tablespoon of mixture, I use a cookie dough scooper to make the job easy, pack in the “dough”, then remove from the scooper or tablespoon and place on prepared pan.
Once all of them are scooped, you can roll them into balls which I did for the batch pictured or even leave them as is. If the “dough” is super sticky set in the fridge for 10-15 minutes and let it harden, this will make it easier to roll. Once all of the bites are rolled, place pan in the refrigerator to chill, approximately 10 minutes.
While the bites are chilling, melt chocolate wafers according to package directions. I heat in 30 second intervals, until chocolate is completely melted.
Dip the bottom 1/2 of the bite into the melted chocolate, set back on parchment paper to let chocolate harden. Continue with remaining bites.
Once the chocolate has hardened, dip the top 1/2 in the chocolate, gently shaking off extra, then immediately place wet chocolate side up, and sprinkle with additional graham cracker crumbs. Repeat with remaining bites.
Once the bites are dipped and sprinkled, allow chocolate to harden. Then enjoy, they are ready to eat!