Tutorial: Marshmallow Pops

Gather your ingredients:
Marshmallows
Candy Melts/Dipping Chocolate
Lollipop Sticks (found in the cake decorating & candy making section in your local craft store or Walmart)
Your favorite sprinkles or sugar sprinkles
Don’t forget to grab your little “helper”…
  1. Melt the candy melts/chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time. Stir and reheat for 30 more seconds. Repeat until melted.

     

  2. Place a marshmallow on a lollipop stick.

     

  3. Dip the end of the marsmallow in the candy melts/chocolate. (I only dipped the very tip, but you could cover as much as you want.)

     

  4. Now dip the end of the marhmallow in the sprinkles.

     

  5. Place the marshmallow in a glass until the candy melts/chocolate harden (this only took a few minutes for the candy melts that I used)

     

  6. Rinse, lather, repeat….until you make the desired amount of marsmallow pops.

     

Allow your little helper to do a taste-test…
While your little helper is making a mess performing a taste-test, package them up in treat bags and  tie with a cute piece of ribbon or rick-rack. Give them to friends, new neighbors, as party favors, etc.
Note: if you want to make a cute display for your Marshmallow Pops, place a piece of styrofoam in a cute container or vase. To cover up the styrofoam, I used some of the shredded paper for gift baskets that I had laying around in my craft stash. (If making these for Easter, you could use Easter Grass! Wouldn’t that be cute!?!)
Let your friends “Oooh” & “Aaaah” over them, say thanks for the compliments, and smile to yourself because you knew it was super easy and super fast to make. Enjoy!
Make someone’s day with a Marshmallow Pop!

Comments

  1. michelle@somedaycrafts says:

    Oh those look so delish!!! My kids love marshmallows. I love white chocolate. Sounds like heaven!

  2. I just LOVE marshmallows!! My kids will really enjoy these, thanks for the idea.

  3. Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com says:

    How sweet your little guy is! Love the marshmellow pops! Great idea. I just bought some halloween colored sprinkles from Walmart and this would be a great way to use them!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

  4. Yum! My kids would love them. We're off track from school now, so I'll just add them to my list of fun things to do or make. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Ann Tucker says:

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