4th of July Marshmallow Pops

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We were so excited when Hong and Kim asked us to write a guest post. We are glad to be able to help them free up some time to plan and prepare for their big day. The 4th of July is around the corner so we wanted to share an idea for a 4th of July marshmallow pop.

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It’s a quick and easy “red, white & blue” treat that would be great for kids to help make and devour. They’re a fun and festive addition to any 4th of July BBQ or party.

marshmallow pops

Enjoy and Happy Independence Day!

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4th of July Marshmallow Pops

Yield: 12

Ingredients:

12 Large Marshmallows
12 Lollipop sticks
1 C of Blue Candy Melts
Assorted red, white and blue sprinkles
12 red, white and blue stars
Foam block

Directions:

Insert lollipop sticks about 3/4 into large marshmallow and set aside.

Place the candy melts in a microwavable coffee cup and heat 30 seconds on 1/2 power, stir until smooth. If it needs more time, put back into the microwave and heat for another 15 seconds on 1/2 power) You don't want to reheat too many times as the candy melts will become unstable; therefore, it's best to work in small batches.

Dip marshmallow into candy melts about half way and gently twist the marshmallow to evenly coat the top half of the marshmallow. Decorate with sprinkles and top with a star. You may need to put a tiny bit of candy melt on the bottom of the star to adhere to the top of the marshmallow. Stick finished pop into a foam block to dry and set. This will take a few minutes.

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9 Responses to “4th of July Marshmallow Pops”

  1. 1

    Elena (running in heels after child) — July 1, 2011 @ 8:35 pm

    Those are so cute and easy- I think I am going to make them to bring to a 4th of July Party.

    Thanks for the idea,

    elena

  2. 2

    Karriann Graf — July 2, 2011 @ 6:50 am

    A simple, yet cute idea! I love how easy it is to put together. Happy Weekend!

  3. 3

    norma — July 2, 2011 @ 7:28 am

    So creative and so beautiful….

  4. 4

    Anh — July 3, 2011 @ 2:12 pm

    Such a cute idea! I am so making this for the 4th of July party at neighbor’s house tomorrow. Thank you!

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    Jessica — July 7, 2011 @ 12:50 pm

    These look stunningly gorgeous! Cute too! Love them.

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    Julia — July 8, 2011 @ 5:48 am

    Super cute Quyen!!! I love the colors (not just the red white and blue, duh) but the way you used them. With the light blue chocolate, and the red ribbon.

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    Jenn — July 8, 2011 @ 7:38 am

    Oooo, you could make s’mores pops with melted chocolate and graham cracker crumbs!

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    Rachel (teacher-chef) — June 27, 2012 @ 6:03 am

    I made adorable little pops like this covered in graham crackers for the best ever smoke-free s’mores!

    http://teacher-chef.com/2012/05/21/chocolate-covered-marshmallows-smores-pops/

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    Dessert Dishes for the Fourth | CulinaryChat — June 29, 2012 @ 11:38 am

    [...] And if you’re looking for something that can serve as the perfect distraction when it’s time to put the sparklers away, check out these adorable 4th of July Marshmallow Pops from KitchenRunway.com. (The recipe is posted on their friends’ blog TheRavenousCouple.com.) [...]

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