Sugared Easter Egg Marshmallow Pops

I’m feeling a little panicky … Easter will be here in two weeks!  How do these things sneak up on me … do you feel the same way?  I have sooooo many plans … never enough time!

Sugared Easter Egg Marshmallows

Today I made these quick and easy pops for you … I hope you like them!

I found the marshmallows at Walmart … called EggSwirlers made by Campfire.  They are fruit flavored, shaped like eggs and colored!

The straws came from Target (in the Easter section).  They are 7-3/4″(19.6 cm) x 3/8″ (9.5mm) … longer than the ones I used at Valentine’s Day and hold more candy!!!

I used clear/white sanding sugar and crystal sugar … because I like both and couldn’t decide ;)  Either one works great.

Sugared Easter Egg Marshmallow Pops

Once again … this project is easy peasy … as simple as 1 – 2 – 3 …

Simple as 1 2 3

(click on the above photos if you want a closer look)

  1. Flatten one end (about 1/2″) of a straw.  Dip a steak knife in water and stick it into the bottom of the marshmallow to create an opening for the straw … insert straw.
  2. Dip the marshmallow in water and use a paper towel to wipe off excess water.  Cover the marshmallow with sugar and allow to dry.
  3. Fill the straws with small candies and fold in ends.  Easy peasy :)

Easter Egg Marshmallows candy filled straws

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15 thoughts on “Sugared Easter Egg Marshmallow Pops

  1. I’m not sure what it says about my (dull?) life – but I just get the biggest kick out of your creations! And since I am w/out a kitchen for the next six (?) weeks – this is do-able for me! So darn cute! I am a broken record – you are such a blessing! Thank you for sharing your gift of creativity – and so much more – great photos, great instruction – you make it look easy and I know it’s not! Happy Easter!!

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  2. :} I think the older we get, the faster the days go by. Always have so much to do and sooooooo little time.
    I just love the clever ideas that you come up with.
    I saw them packaged marshmallows at Wal-Mart and didn’t get any and now I’m kicking (not hard mind you) myself for it.
    Them peeps are just a bit 2 sweet 4 me.
    Well, until next time; may you have a great weekend.
    ColleenB

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  3. Easy and so festive – love it. At first glance I thought you’d have to shape the marshmallows. But no….Walmart to the rescue. Be sure to tell recipients there are candies in the (Target) straw.

    Tavette

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