The Super Bowl is Sunday … do you have your menu planned? I’m working on mine … simple, nothing fancy. We aren’t having a party, but snacks are a requirement while watching football’s big game … according to my family
Today I’m sharing one last easy peasy football treat! There are several reasons to make these pops … Snickers and marshmallows dipped in chocolate … they’re easy to make … can be made today … stored in an air tight container at room temperature … served on Sunday!
To make 25-30 pops, you will need …
- 25-30 lollipop sticks
- 8 ounce bag of Snickers bites (you will have extra)
- 1 pound of chocolate candy coating (such as CandiQuik)
- 2 ounces of white/vanilla candy coating (such as CandiQuik)
- 1 bag Kraft Stackermallows
- 2-1/2″ cookie/biscuit cutter (I used one with a crinkled edge because I didn’t have a plain edge one)
- Melt candy coating according to package directions. Use a stick to predrill (about half way) into the side of a Snickers (don’t worry if it cracks, it will be covered in chocolate later). Dip the tip of the stick in melted candy and insert into Snickers, let chocolate harden.
- Use the round cutter to cut a Stackermallow into a football shape. (Save the marshmallow scraps to make Rice Krispie Treats or in hot cocoa!)
- Use a little melted chocolate to attach the flat side of the Snickers to the back of the football shaped Stackermallow, let chocolate harden.
- Spoon melted chocolate over the entire pop, tap off excess chocolate. Place pop in a stand/styrofoam or lay (Snicker side down) on wax paper covered tray. Chill for a few minutes.
- Place melted white candy in squeeze bottle or pastry bag and draw lines/laces on the football.
About the name … if Snickers added marshmallows to their candy … believe they would be called Snickmallows … don’t you agree?
These are ready to go for Sunday’s game …
These pops would also be cute addition to a sports themed birthday party
Thank you to Miss Candiquik for the candy coating
♦ I share my stuff with these fun parties! ♦