Saturday, November 19, 2011

Merry Marshmallow Pops by The Seven Year Cottage

Today, our Handmade Christmas Tutorial is by Hollie from
Hollie creates the most AMAZING edible creations.
(Really go check out all of her fabulousness here.)
They are a piece of art in and of themselves.
She is humble and sweet and leaves the best comments.
I adore her and her blog.
I am excited to have her as part of this Handmade Christmas Series.

Merry Marshmallow Pops, Marshmallow Pops, Marshmallows, Lollipop Sticks, Chocolate, Sprinkles, Cinnamon Candies, Ribbon, Cupcake Liners, Cupcake Pops, Christmas, Holiday, Party

With a luxurious coat of velvety chocolate and a flourish of festive frills...

Plain-Jane marshmallows receive a merry makeover stylishly suited for any seasonal celebration!

Merry Marshmallow Pops
  • Marshmallows
  • 6" lollipop sticks
  • Chocolate almond bark or candy melts
  • Wilton's holiday nonpareil sprinkles
  • Cinnamon Imperials or Red Hots
  • Styrofoam rectangle
  • Miniature cupcake liners
  • Narrow ribbon
Insert lollipop sticks into marshmallows.

Melt chocolate according to package directions.

Dip the top 1/3 to 1/2 of each marshmallow into melted chocolate... you may have to dip a second time to ensure even coverage. Allow excess to drain away before inverting.

Working quickly, sprinkle wet chocolate with colorful nonpareils, then place a single red cinnamon candy on top.

Use foam as a base to hold marshmallow pops upright while drying. Allow chocolate to set up completely.

Carefully cut a small "X" in the center of mini-cupcake papers with a utility knife or the tip of a sharp paring knife. Slide paper liners up lollipop sticks, cradling marshmallows.

Simply tie ribbon bows around lollipop sticks and these very merry treats are ready to present to holiday guests!

*I'm Hollie from The Seven Year Cottage, and I'd like to thank Tasha for inviting me to be part of Creation Corner's Handmade Christmas Series... it is truly an honor!


Letti said...

Those look too good to eat!

Anonymous said...

Tasha, thank you again for inviting me to take part in this wonderful Handmade Christmas Series and for your kind words. Have a very blessed Thanksgiving!

Michelle Paige said...

Super adorable! I love the mini cupcake liner and bow. Too cute!

mamma-mich said...

have you put them in plastic treat bags? do they do that well, i mean, do they sweat or anything in there? i am thinking to make for my sons bake sale??

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