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 … they’ll love making the Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats … eating the pops 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.
Cute idea, and I like the idea of displaying each on a flattened orange cupcake paper. Congratulations to Janice!
I love these little hats! So cute, so simple… and so INEXPENSIVE! Win!
You are so right!
With a few little tweaks these hats could become frosty’s magic hat. Great idea for both of the upcoming holidays. Thanks!
Have you been reading my mind? 🙂
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy and cute too.
The caramel marshmallows were pretty good!
I am glad that you like them 🙂
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Hi! I featured your adorable pops on my blog today –
Thank you for the inspiration!
Heather : )
Thank you so much for the feature!
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