Snowman Hat Pops

It is time to get in the swing of things … Winter, Christmas, Hanukkah, etc.  This is my first contribution toward the season.  I am starting out simple and easy :)

Do these look familiar?  Yes … they are the same as my Pilgrim Hats.  I like to keep things simple … so I just made a minor change in decoration. Here’s the info …

This is what you will need …

  • large marshmallows (I used caramel because I had them in the cupboard)
  • chocolate wafer cookies (such as Famous)
  • melted dark chocolate (about 1 lb. for 24)
  • melted white chocolate (about 1/4 lb. for 24)
  • lollipop sticks
  • holly sprinkle decorations (Wilton – found at Wal-mart)

Dip the tip of your lollipop stick in melted dark chocolate and insert into a marshmallow and let the chocolate harden up.  Then dip the marshmallow in the dark chocolate, tap off excess chocolate, stand upright (styrofoam or similar) and pop in the fridge or freezer to harden up …

Get the chocolate cookies ready (smooth up edges if needed) and dip the chocolate marshmallow in melted white chocolate to form a band … place on cookie … let harden up …

Use a little melted white chocolate as glue and attach holly decorations … tweezers may be helpful …

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26 Responses to Snowman Hat Pops

  1. trisha says:

    How fun…I will be making these for a fun insert into my kids’ lunch! THNX

  2. Ellen says:

    Absolutely adorable and yummy. Love the Christmas Season.

  3. Amanda says:

    When I saw the pilgram hats I knew that I wanted to make these for Christmas, right down to the holly leaves. Thanks so much for the inspiration and the step by step instructions!

  4. danielle says:

    I love these – bookmarking them!

  5. Jen says:

    These are adorable! How clever! Where do you buy the chocolate wafer cookies? I have looked all over for them, to use for other projects, and I haven’t had any luck!

  6. Carolyn in VA says:

    These look fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration! I’ll be trying them if I can fit them in with my holiday baking spree. = )

  7. beth says:

    These are waaaaaaaaay cute!! I am your newest subscriber! I’d love for you to follow me back, if you want to =-) I also wanted to invite you to link this up at my TGIF Linky party –
    Beth =-)

  8. ColleenB. says:

    These are absolutely Adorable and Oh, so quick and easy to do. Fun project to make with my grandkids.
    Looking forward into receiving updates as I just subscribed to your email subscriptions.

  9. danielle says:

    YUM & CUTE! I wanted to let you know that I featured this on my “What I Bookmarked This Week” post – stop by and see!

  10. petit4chocolatier says:

    Yummy and cute!

  11. JB says:

    I know this is an old post, but I’m looking at making an adapted version of these for a magician party. I would love to make these ahead of time, but I was wondering how long they would stay fresh. Any thoughts? Love your ideas and my next step will be to subscribe! :)

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  13. Anna Bennett says:

    I like the Snow Man Hat Pops. They are so cool. I will share this with every one I know.

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