Easy Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

I love making treats for parties and get togethers and these little Halloween marshmallow pops are my absolute favorite! They are extremely quick and easy and you can knock out an entire bag of marshmallows in about an hour – give or take.

Easy Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Author: Crystal Martin

Ingredients

  • 1 Bag Jumbo Marshmallows
  • 1 Bag Candy Coating Chips OR Almond bark any flavor/color
  • 1 pkg. lollipop sticks
  • Decorating sprinkles icing, nonpareils
  • Large baking dish or wax paper lined cookie sheet

Instructions

  • Insert one lollipop stick into one jumbo marshmallow. I insert it until you can just begin to feel it at the other end of the marshmallow but before it pops all the way through.
  • Empty package of candy coating chips into microwave safe bowl. Follow directions on package to melt. This usually takes me 2 minutes, stirring thoroughly at 30 second intervals to avoid burning. Your microwave may be more/less powerful so times vary.
  • Stir until smooth
  • Using a spoon, scoop a small amount of candy coating up and onto the marshmallow. Holding the lollipop stick at one end, twirl the marshmallow to evenly coat. I do not cover the ends of mine because I have not come up with a way to stand the marshmallows up to dry. They tip over. So I usually leave them un-coated or go back later and redo the tips. Add sprinkles to coated marshmallow.
  • NOTE: Candy sprinkles BOUNCE like crazy so use a deep dish to minimize mess.
  • Sit marshmallow in glass baking dish or on wax covered cookie sheet to harden.
  • When completely hardened, place in cello bags and tie with ribbon.

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After your Marshmallow Pops are finished, place them inside a decorative container, painted jar, etc. and you are all set! These are great for birthday, Halloween parties, classroom parties, church functions, bake sales, etc.
The decorating possibilities are endless. You can do them in any color by either adding a little food coloring to white almond bark or purchasing colored candy coating like you see here.
Use white almond bark and black decorating icing to create mummies, black candy coating and dipped pretzels to create bats…
If I had even more time, I would have created characters like the mummies and bats but time was limited so we just went with sprinkles. I think they turned out great!

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