Snickermallow Football Pops

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 ;)P1030597 Snicker & Marshmallow Football Pops

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!

P1030603 Snickers Marshmallow Football Pops

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)

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  1. 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.
  2. 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!)
  3. Use a little melted chocolate to attach the flat side of the Snickers to the back of the football shaped Stackermallow, let chocolate harden.
  4. 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.
  5. Place melted white candy in squeeze bottle or pastry bag and draw lines/laces on the football.

P1030596 Snickermallow Football Pops

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 …

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These pops would also be cute addition to a sports themed birthday party :)

Thank you to Miss Candiquik for the candy coating  :)

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On Sunday, are you watching the game, commercials or ???   I ♥ your comments!  

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Football Stadium Krispie Treats

Raise your hand if you love football, Super Bowl parties or the commercials!  Are you cheering for the Broncos, Seahawks or the snacks?

P1030577 Super Bowl 2014 Krispie Treats

Today, I made a football stadium with Rice Krispie Treats … perfect for a Super Bowl party!  It is sure to satisfy everybody … doesn’t everybody like basic Rice Krispie Treats? They are always a favorite around here … no matter which team you are supporting!

I learned a few things while making this project and I will share them with you.

P1030580 Football Field Krispie Treats

Basic Rice Krispie Treats

  • 1/2 cup butter (1 stick)
  • 1 – 16 ounce bag marshmallows
  • 10 cups crisp rice cereal (Rice Krispies)
  1. Spray or use butter to grease a 10″ x 15″ x 1″ pan (jelly roll) and grease a spatula too.
  2. Melt butter over low heat, in a large (6 quart) pan, add marshmallows and stir until melted.
  3. Remove from heat add cereal immediately and stir until cereal is completely combined.
  4. Scoop into prepared pan and use spatula to pack the cereal mixture into pan.  Let cool before cutting.

Let’s get started with making the field …

PicMonkey Collage football field krispies

Son #3 came up with this idea!

  • I used a rectangular plate (11-1/2″ x 6-1/4″), lollipop sticks cut to fit and a 5 ounce bottle of green pearls to create a field.  (Hint:  Tape or glue gun the sticks in place, everything rolls around easily, you could even use double-stick tape on the entire plate under the pearls if you don’t plan on eating the pearls.)
  • Cut a few small cereal squares (1-3/4″) and turn upside down (the bottom is stickier), place and press 3 chocolate chips to form a triangle (football tee).  You could use a little melted chocolate to secure the chips if necessary.
  • Place the squares on the field, then place a chocolate foil wrapped football on the tee.  I placed a small square of wax paper under each square so that they didn’t stick to the pearls.  (Hint: It is best to wait to place the footballs if you are moving this tray around a lot.)

PicMonkey Collage Football Fans Krispies

  • I had some Sixlets in the correct team colors, but no blue.  I went to Party City and made a great discovery … they sell individual colors in big bags, as well as the little sleeves that you can mix and match colors!
  • Cut the remaining Rice Krispie treats into bars (about 1″ x 2″), turn upside down and press 3 Sixlets (in team colors) on each bar.  I left a few bars without candy for the those neutral fans and non-chocolate lovers.

Arrange everything on a large oval platter/tray, about 14″ x 20″ … I used my turkey platter.

P1030578 Super Bowl Krispie Treats

Are you ready for some football?  How about Rice Krispie Treats?

P1030582 Football Stadium Sixlets

The little football bowl filled with more chocolate footballs, came from Party City too … only $.99!

Are you watching the big game?

Maybe you remember these party ideas from the past …

Football Snack Mix

Football Snack Mix


Nacho Cupcakes

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Thank you to SweetWorks for the Pearls, Sixlets and  foil wrapped footballs!

Chocolate Football Snack Mix

Are you ready for some football?

Do you need a cute manly football snack?  This snack isn’t just for men, everyone will love it … just can’t call footballs cute around my guys!  All I hear from them is “footballs aren’t cute!”  Check it out …

Football Snack Mix

I think those little footballs are cute … all tiny things are cute … even footballs!  Shhh, don’t tell my hubby or sons ;)

You can use any snack mix that you buy or make … the real star of this game, is chocolate covered almond footballs!

This what you will need …

Chocolate almond football snack mix

  • Your favorite snack mix (I made a mix of pretzels, Goldfish crackers, Corn Chex cereal and peanuts)
  • Chocolate covered almonds (I used Trader Joe’s Sea Salt & Turbinado Sugar Dark Chocolate Almonds)
  • Melted white CandiQuik (candy coating/white chocolate) in a squeeze bottle or bag with tip cut off

Chocolate almond footballs

  1. You can use any chocolate covered almonds.  I chose these because I love them and they’re bumpy.  I found a few sources if you don’t have a Trader Joe’s near you.
  2. Use the melted CandiQuik to draw a line from almost tip to almost tip (I hope that makes sense, please look at the photo above ;) ) and let sit to firm up.
  3. Use the melted candy to draw three lace lines across first line and chill for a minute or let sit to firm up.

chocolate footballs

I ♥ your comments!  Is it OK to call footballs cute?

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