With Valentine's day still a few days away, there's plenty of time for cute and easy treats!
I made these Marshmellow Pops for my son's daycare buddies and they are about the easiest thing you can make. Here's how:
Simply use lollipop sticks to dip marshmellows in chocolate and top with sprinkles!
Use chocolate bark or candy melts , dip the marshmellows only halfway and top with alternating colored sprinkles.
I found the dotted box in the dollar bin at Michaels.
Make sure to use floral foam inside your container. I made the mistake of not paying attention and buying regular styrofoam. Bad. Regular styrofoam crumbles and isn't as sturdy as thick, dense floral foam. Floral foam is used to keep delicate floral stems upright, afterall.
After the chocolate dries, cover each pop with a clear lollipop bag. Then cinch it up and tie with whatever fits into your theme. Ribbon, twine, pipe cleaners, garland, etc.
And then, of course, I made the heart shaped rice krispy treats. (You have to have something heart shaped, right?) Halfway dipped in chocolate and topped with sprinkles.
There's still time! Make something easy... with love!
And, as usual, these pops would be cute at a baby shower or children's birthday! And they make a great centerpiece!