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Marshmallow pops are a really fast and easy treat to make when I am in a hurry, but want to make something homemade. It’s not like a homemade baked good made from scratch, but it’s great since it can at least be customized when it comes to the color.

These would be great for a birthday party, baby shower, or themed treats for classmates or co-workers, depending on how you decorate them.

I just kept them really simple and decorated with colored chocolate, sprinkles and sanding sugar.

You can buy meltable wafers in different colors or color your own chocolate. I had white chocolate in the cupboard so i just melted some of that in the microwave and colored it pink.

Supplies and Ingredients:

Regular Sized Marshmallows

Lollipop Sticks

White Chocolate or Colored Wafers

Food Coloring/Gel Paste (If using white chocolate and you want to make them a specific color)

Sanding Sugar

Nonpareils

Any other decorating sprinkles, candy you would like to decorate with

How to:

I started off by inserting the lollipop sticks into the center of each marshmallow.

Next, I half filled a small bowl with sanding sugar and another bowl with nonpareils.

I broke the white chocolate into pieces and put them in a heatproof bowl, then microwaved for 2o seconds. After 20 seconds, brought the bowl out to stir the chocolate and then put it back in the microwave for another 2o seconds. I brought it back out and stirred again. This time the chocolate was fully melted since the pieces I used were not big at all. You may have to heat for longer if you are using big chunks of chocolate.

I stirred in some pink food coloring gel into the chocolate, then dipped the end of a marshmallow into it. Immediately after I coated the chocolate on marshmallow with sanding sugar. I did this for most of the marshmallows, and with the others, I sprinkled multicolored nonpareils onto them.

I placed them onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet until the chocolate had hardened once again. Then I carefully removed them from the parchment paper to a plate.

You can wrap them individually with a small cello bag and tie with a pretty ribbon if you are handing them out too!

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