Marshmallow Lollipops for Kids Parties

marshmallow lollipops by celebrate today

marshmallow lollipops by celebrate today

I cannot pass on anything stylish that is quick and easy to make. The marshmallow pops made by Genevieve of Celebrate Today certainly qualify. Make sure to add the ribbon and to find a nice way to display for the ultimate Wow factor.

No one will have troubles doing their own version. Let me repeat her instructions: “Insert lollipop stick, plunge marshmallow into melted chocolate and dip in pastel colored candy dots”.

If you are planning a baby shower or a kids birthday party, you have no reasons not to steal her idea. Everybody will love you.

March 22nd, 2010 Update: Thanks to Kim of The TomKat Studio (see comments), I know now that you simply melt Candy Melts to get the pastel coatings. You can have a look at the complete instructions for making your own Marshmallow Pops.

+ photos and recipe: Celebrate Today

  • Amy @ Yard to Fork
    March 21, 2010 at 21:14

    Aren’t those marshmallow pops just adorable?! I made some super cute ones for Valentine’s ( but like you said, they would be great for birthdays, baby/wedding showers, or just for fun! 🙂

  • Kim - The TomKat Studio
    March 22, 2010 at 12:38

    I love making these! I’m going take the claim for this idea! 😉 After seeing Bakerella’s cupcake pops everywhere, but not actually reading how to make them, I assumed they were marshmallows and made them for my daughter’s party last year! 😉
    Ever since, they’ve been popping up on dessert tables everywhere! The easy way to get the same effect! Yummy, too!

  • Jill
    March 22, 2010 at 18:08

    These are so fun! Thanks for sharing!

  • Meli
    March 23, 2010 at 17:26

    Oh. My. Lawd. (Drooling all over keyboard) It’s funny because as I opened this page I thought, “What about dipping them in chocolate?” My dream came true, LOL. Nice work.

  • Angela@spinachtiger
    March 25, 2010 at 10:14

    I am having a birthday party for my husband this weekend. Lots of kids will be there. This is perfect idea. Thanks.

    • At Home with Kim Vallee
      March 25, 2010 at 12:47

      I think that will become the favorite hostess of the kids, Angela. Have a great party! What is your theme?

  • Genevieve Le Bel
    March 25, 2010 at 17:38

    Thanks for sharing my pops Kim!!! I had so much fun making them! Plus they were so easy to make! A perfect preschool or birthday party snack! I think they have total “WOW factor”!

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