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Marshmallow Party Pops

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


This is an easy recipe that even young children can get involved it. It's lots of fun and involves plenty of finger licking. You could make these for a party, gift or even as a party activity.

Time: 20 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


Materials
Marshmallows
White chocolate
Milk chocolate
Sprinkles
Pop sticks, coffee mixer sticks or skewers with the sharp end blunted

Method
Break up the white and milk chocolate in into individual bowls.



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


Melt the chocolate. A microwave is quick and easy but if you don't have once then just place the bowl of chocolate over a pan of gently boiling water.
Insert a stick into the end of a marshmallow and push in almost all the way to the top but not through it.



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


Dip a marshmallow into the molten chocolate and then dip or roll into sprinkles. We also had some little sugar butterflies that my son carefully placed on.



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


Experiment with a mixture of white and milk chocolate.



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday


Place the finished marshmallows in a tall container to keep them upright until they set.
Leave to cool and then they're ready to party.



Marshmallow, pop, party food, kids, birthday



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#Easy
#Fun Food
#Easy
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Any Age
#Party
#Celebration
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