Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats

The weeks are flying by … can you believe it’s mid November?

These little goodies are quick, easy and can be made now and kept until Thanksgiving.  The kids could help too!

This is what you will need …

  • Large marshmallows (I used the caramel/vanilla swirl, just because)
  • Famous Chocolate Wafers (or something similar)
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Melted dark chocolate (about 1 pound for 24 marshmallows)
  • Melted chocolate of a contrasting color (I just used up some leftovers)
  • Marker with edible ink (oops, forgot it in the photo)

Dip the tip of the lollipop stick in melted dark chocolate … then poke it in the marshmallow … set it aside to firm up.  This will help prevent the marshmallow from slipping around on the stick and create a clean line of chocolate on the stick …

Dip the marshmallow in the chocolate … tap off excess chocolate and place in styrofoam or similar holder.  Then pop them in the fridge or freeze for a few minutes to firm up …

Lay out some chocolate cookie wafers on a cookie sheet (break off any uneven pieces) … dip 1/4 to 1/3 of the chocolate marshmallow in a contrasting color … then place it on top of a cookie …

Use the marker (edible of course) to draw a buckle …

I told you that this project was fast and easy!

Are you wondering who the winner of the giveaway is?

     The winner is #12, Janice!  I will be sending an email.

Thank you to everyone for participating … I hope it was helpful to you … it was to me.

  • I had forgotten about Cost Plus World Market … thanks Carolyn.

  • I never would have thought of Avon … thanks Sandy.

  • Have you ever checked Cracker Barrel’s candy section?  They carry all sorts of stuff.

I ♥ comments …

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14 Responses to Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats

  1. Cute idea, and I like the idea of displaying each on a flattened orange cupcake paper. Congratulations to Janice!

  2. I love these little hats! So cute, so simple… and so INEXPENSIVE! Win!

  3. Amanda says:

    With a few little tweaks these hats could become frosty’s magic hat. Great idea for both of the upcoming holidays. Thanks!

  4. Ellen says:

    Yummy, Yummy, Yummy and cute too.

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  6. Hi! I featured your adorable pops on my blog today –

    Thank you for the inspiration!
    Heather : )

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