Marshmallow Pops

Marshmallow Pops
Makes:
20
pops
Prep Time:
30
minutes
Total Time:
45
minutes
based on 116 reviews
4

Dietary Considerations:

Low Sodium
Marshmallow Pops are a fun and simple craft to try at your next birthday party or next time the kids are bored and want to try something new.

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Ingredients:

  • 20 lollipop sticks (found at cake decorating or craft stores)
  • 20 large marshmallows
  • 1 cup (6 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels
  • 1 cup (6 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Milk Chocolate Morsels
  • Decorating icing
  • Assorted NESTLÉ® Candies and Chocolate*

Directions:

LINE baking sheet with wax paper.

PUSH each lollipop stick halfway through a large marshmallow; set aside.

MELT white morsels according to package directions. Immediately dip 10 marshmallow lollipops lightly in the melted morsels for a thin coating. Set stick-side-up on prepared baking sheet.

MELT milk chocolate morsels according to package directions. Repeat dipping process as above with remaining marshmallows.

REFRIGERATE marshmallow lollipops for 10 minutes or until hardened. Use decorating icing as glue to decorate with assorted candies.

*NESTLÉ® RAISINETS®, NESTLÉ® SNO-CAPS®, WONKA® NERDS® and/or WONKA® SweeTARTS® Gummies


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elaine hilton from little falls, NJ

What a fun and delicious treat. Even the kids will love to make these!! A great idea for school bake sales, and to place in Easter baskets.

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    maureen korn from

    this recipe ias very cute made it one time and everytone loved it so i make them often

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    Great Gift

    Charity Rinehart from Red Lion, PA

    Made these for gifts for a Sunday School class, wonderful gift, they loved them!

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    This is sweet!

    chau pham from rockford, IL

    This is a sweet treat! Everyone like this easy fun treat! This will make any party great!

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Paul Brown from W.Warwick, RI

    My Grand Children loved making these very quick and easy to makeAnd it was a Lip smaking good time They want to do this again' And I know I had just as much fun making the "pops" as the kids Thanks for a Good Time Recipe.

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    Marshmallow pops

    Sandi Gordon from LA VERNE, CA

    I was reviewing an old recipe book I received in the mail from you and found this recipe. Now I make the best marshmallow pops! The best thing is I don't have to spend all that money to buy them at the candy shop!

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    marshmellow pops

    Stephanie Whisenhunt from Greenwood, AR

    These were absolutely great! I am always looking for fun things to do with all 3 of my boys and they really enjoyed it. Made a mess but enjoyed it.

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    Fun Times

    SIGRID BIERMANN from SMYRNA, TN

    I think the kids had more fun making these vs. eating them. There were different colors of chocolate for dipping and a variety of toppings. I just dipped the chocolate and let everyone stick the toppings on while wet. It worked well except for heavy items which drooped a bit. I see this becoming a fun holiday tradition in our house. And maybe a rainy day weekend one also...

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    kid approved

    Renee Pittsley from Carterville, MO

    My daughter is 7 and she wanted to make something sweet. She enjoyed making these, we had chocolate all over the table. She shared them w/ her Girl Scout Troop and they loved them. The leader wants us to make them in Scouts to earn their baking badge. My daughter loves decorating and she had a lot of fun.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Dawn Williams from Manheim, PA

    What a great idea! These are so simple to make. I just made them with my kids and they loved making them. Of course, they're yummy, too. The kids are asking when we're going to do this again.

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    FUN~FUN~FUN !!

    CINDY FINNEY from STAFFORD, VA

    VERY EASY. A LOT OF OF FUN AND SOMETHING NEW TO DO AT KIDS BIRTHDAY PARTYS. GREAT IDEA !!

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    Marshmallow Pops are a Hit every time!

    Tricia Panarello from Weymouth, MA

    I have passed this recipe along to so many friends! Kids any age can do these - they love to decorate them and more importantly they love to eat them! My daughter has made them for school evetns, play dates, you name it! We are getting ready to make pink bunnies and yellow chicks for Easter. If you are creative you can use fondue to add ears etc and make them a character. We madde pots of gold for St. Pattys Day by adding a black licorice handle to the top of the greem chocolate covered marshmallow and then put candies on top to make it appear like gold!

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Betsy Merrifield from BALLSTON LAKE, NY

    I alway's look for quick and easy things to do with my step children. I always baked with my kids before they grew up and moved away. These were fun to do.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Darlene Esposito from Sandusky, NY

    The kids loved these because they could do so many things to them and they all loved the taste of them too. All ages could do them and it was a hit. We will do these again.

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    GREAT for grandparents and children

    Eva Bostwick from COLLINS, MO

    Myself and my friend and her grandchildren made these this past weekend and it turned out to be a great experience so now I know I can make them with my grandchildren ..thank you so very much

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    holiday treats

    Jody Kelly from Atlantic Beach, FL

    I made these with about 20 kids during our annual halloween party. I died the white chocolate green and another one orange and the kids decorated with bat sprinkles ect. It was great

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    a real treat

    Marcy Park from BOCA RATON, FL

    I saw similar pops (4 marshmallows on the stick)at a candy shop for $4.00 per pop! Now I can just make them for myself anytime.

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    marshmallow pops

    Helene Rutherford from Philadelphia, PA

    These pops went over really big. So much that no one was interested in the cupcakes I baked. With the marshmallow pops you can use many variations of toppings and kids enjoy doing it themself. Thanks

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    Marshmellow Pop

    Melissa Master from Cheektowaga, NY

    These are absolutely great, my sister-in-law and I made these for my nephews class and they loved them. The teacher was so thrilled with something different and requested the recipe for herself.

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    EXCELLENT

    NIKKI BAUGHN from EVERSON, WA

    WHAT AN INCREDIBLE IDEA. THE KIDS LOVE THESE. WHAT FUN!!!

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    So much fun!!

    Shawna Tucker from

    My 10 year old daughter and I made our own variation of these for her Christmas party at school and it was so fun!! We created all kinds of christmas trees and other realted things using just decorator icing!! The chocolate covered ones were the best!

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    marshmallow pops

    elaine hilton from little falls, NJ

    What a fun and delicious treat. Even the kids will love to make these!! A great idea for school bake sales, and to place in Easter baskets.

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    Fresh Marshmallows

    meg gould from BEDFORD, TX

    This would be wonderful with fresh marshmallows...Wow! what a sugar rush!!!!

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    Marshmellow Pops

    Luz Garzon from WEST CHESTER, PA

    I made these with my children and they loved them so much that we are making them every other week and giving them to the neighborhood kids. When the holidays change so does the color of the melted chocolate - by adding food coloring to white chocolate chips.

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    GREAT IDEA!

    josie murray from eastpalestine, OH

    This is a great idea. The kids just love to help in the kitchen, ecspecially when they get to eat what they decorate!

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    Hurry.......I love them....

    Linda Mendez from PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL

    My Granddaughter & I had a blast making these......except for one small factor....the waiting time is a little too long for a 5 year old....and her Meema! We will do it again though, it was worth the wait.

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    FAST & FUN

    VICKI usey from HOUMA, LA

    THIS IS A WONDERFUL ANYTIME TREAT THAT THE KIDS CAN HELP WITH. BIRTHDAY PARTIES, EASTER, OR A FAMILY BBQ EVERYONE WILL LIKE THESE.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Christina Dawn McAfoos from Gravois Mills, MO

    I have three small children, ages 3, 4, and 5. This recipe was so easy for them to do. (I melted the chocolate for them.) They had so much fun decorating these marshmallow pops, the first recipe that I could just let them go to town on. Thanks for the great recipe!

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    marshmallow pops

    Char Deagle from HUDGINS, VA

    This was a wonderful treat to make at my daughter's b'day party with children ranging from 2yrs to 11yrs. They all had fun and worked together to create their own masterpieces and the clean-up was quick and easy. We liked the dark chocolate the best and used colored sprinkles. For the younger children they used smaller marshmallows on a stick as paintbrushes it was great entertainment for all!

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    More than a sucker

    Evonne Robertson from Fraser, MI

    We all had fun making these and making them our own personal design.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Carol Wallace from PURDY, MO

    My Grandkids just loved helping me make these. I will make them again with them.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Donna Headley from margate, FL

    I just made this tasty treat for my brothers and sisters and they loved it. Their telling me 2 make more every time they visit.

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    FUN, FUN!

    Myra Foster-Smith from Colorado Springs, CO

    These are SO fun to make for the little ones. They can be customized for the different holidays. I also use chocololate covered pretzel rods as the sticks.

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    Great Slumber Party Activity

    Sacchia Giardino from WAHIAWA, HI

    I made these for my daughters 6th birthday slumber party activity. The girls thought that this was the coolest thing ever!!! They loved making them and enjoyed eating them. I used silver star decorating candies and it gave them a real pretty shine. I will do this again!

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Debbye Trueman from FRONT ROYAL, VA

    These were fun and easy to make. I'm going to try using a drop of red food coloring or red paste used in iceing in the white chocolate. I plan on making them again for Valentines day using candy heart's and red hots.

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    Super Marshmallow Pops

    Ramona Hale from Welch, WV

    This recipe was so easy to make. I took my fondue pots to school and made these for my grandsons kindergarden class and they loved them. they got to pick out just what they wanted on their own pops. I've been asked back to do this again. Thanks

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    Marshmellow Pops

    Sharon Ann Means from BOONVILLE, MO

    After we dipped them in melted chocolate- we rolled them in crumbled up shredded wheat then the kids could eat them anytime and get the benifit of fiber as well.

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    Yummy!

    Elizabeth Penkert from MILES, TX

    Really wonderful rolled in chopped nuts. Put into a clear bag and tied with ribbon and they make a great gift too!

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    Very fun

    melissa jacques from holiday, FL

    My 7 year old step daughter loved decorating these and they were pretty tasty also. Thanks for sharing a great idea!

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    kids pop over these

    sam stevens from ANDREWS, NC

    The kids just love to make these fun and edible pops. My kids go crazy in the kitchen and love to make and bake anything. These pops are number 1 on their list.

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    great for a bbq

    Kristin Kneisler from Lyndon, KS

    I made these for a summer bbq and all the guests loved them. They were easy to eat and weren't messy which was great.

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    marshmallows on a stick

    sheila salemi from Daytona beach, FL

    The kids really enjoyed making them, and putting everything and anything on them thanks for the idea.

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    yummy

    molly heiser from WELLINGTON, OH

    had fun making these and decorating them--I did put them in the freezer for a quicker set time as my young daughter could not wait to taste one

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Jeannine Gramstad from NEWBURGH, NY

    Instead of wooden sticks, used candy canes (sticks or cut off curly ends). Instead of fridge, put in freezer until last minute. Kids decorated cake, used pops as drums. Each kid decorated their own "drum sticks".

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    fun for school crafts

    Diahanna Hovanec from holtsville, NY

    This was so easy and fun to do with my 4 yr olds pre-k class the kids all loved doing it and then they got to eat their creation!

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    JOY ON A STICK

    ALENA CASAS from MONTEBELLO, CA

    THESE LITTLE GUYS ARE FABULOUS I MADE SOME WITH MY CLASS AND IT IS SO EASY, INEXPENCIVE AND FUN. IT IS A GREAT WAY TO BOND WITH YOUR LITTLE ONES.

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    Tasty treats!

    Michelle Stack from DALLAS, TX

    My 5 year old daughter and I made these and they were great! Easy, tasty and not too messy. We decorated them with halloween sprinkles and nerds. I plan on trying them at Christmas with crushed candy cane.

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    Kids Play

    KAREN JONES from WILTON, CA

    I enjoy making things with our grandchildren and this recipe is so easy. They really enjoy decorating. I cover the table with plastic to make clean up a breeze. It's so much fun to see how intent they get with their creations.

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    A Hit

    Demetria Medford from AMARILLO, TX

    These where re hit with my kids and the neighborhood kids. Made then for a treat at a birthday party and I had lots of parents asking about them.

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    Marshmallow Pops

    Donna Glass from Cupertino, CA

    It was easy and fun to do with my son. I dont know what he enjoyed more --- decorating or eating.

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    Very Easy

    Lori Duggan from Berkley, MA

    After placing on the stick we chill in the freezer before dipping to ensure the marshmallows don't melt. Then, we roll ours in crushed graham crackers to make smores on a stick. We also roll them in crushed chocolate cream filled sandwich cookies, crushed toffee or toasted coconut. The kids love to make them and eat them. They also make a great fundraiser item because they are inexpensive to make and you can make tons of them quickly. To sell we bag them in little clear lollipop bags and tie with a ribbon.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 20/20 of recipe

Servings Per Recipe: 20 

  • Calories: 140
  • Calories from Fat: 60
  • Total Fat: 6g (10% of DV)
  • Saturated Fat: 5g (24% of DV)
  • Cholesterol: 0mg (0% of DV)
  • Sodium: 25mg (1% of DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 20g (7% of DV)
  • Dietary Fiber: 0g (0% of DV)
  • Sugars: 18g
  • Protein: 2g
  • Vitamin A: 0% of DV
  • Vitamin C: 0% of DV
  • Calcium: 2% of DV
  • Iron: 0% of DV

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Marshmallow Pops

Ingredients

  • 20 lollipop sticks (found at cake decorating or craft stores)
  • 20 large marshmallows
  • 1 cup (6 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Premier White Morsels
  • 1 cup (6 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Milk Chocolate Morsels
  • Decorating icing
  • Assorted NESTLÉ® Candies and Chocolate*

 

Directions

LINE baking sheet with wax paper.

PUSH each lollipop stick halfway through a large marshmallow; set aside.

MELT white morsels according to package directions. Immediately dip 10 marshmallow lollipops lightly in the melted morsels for a thin coating. Set stick-side-up on prepared baking sheet.

MELT milk chocolate morsels according to package directions. Repeat dipping process as above with remaining marshmallows.

REFRIGERATE marshmallow lollipops for 10 minutes or until hardened. Use decorating icing as glue to decorate with assorted candies.

*NESTLÉ® RAISINETS®, NESTLÉ® SNO-CAPS®, WONKA® NERDS® and/or WONKA® SweeTARTS® Gummies

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