Saturday, February 28, 2009

Blue Marshmallow Lollipops

I saw this cute idea @ Living Life Patino Style and I loved it! I have been wanting to try it for a while, but I waited for the perfect occasion. We are having a bridal shower today for my cousin Diana. Her wedding colors are turquoise and white. Marshmallow lollipops are perfect to decorate any table at a party. The ones I did today, could also be perfect as baby shower favors (girl -pink- boy - blue-) even birthday parties! No matter what, they look wonderful and taste wonderful too! I dare you to try them! :)
I only spent around $10 for everything! Not bad!

Marshmallow Lollipops


  • marshmallows
  • clear treat bags
  • lollipop sticks
  • chocolate wafers (many colors to choose from)
  • sprinkles
  • mugs ( to place marshmallow lollipops)
  • plates
  • fork
  • scissors
  • ribbon

1. Place a stick in each marshmallow. At first I used this valentine tin to hold my marshmallow lollipops, but found out large mugs work better.

2. Put chocolate wafers in a bowl. Put plate in microwave for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds mix the chocolate. You might need to put 30 seconds more and mix.
3. Dip the marshmallow in the chocolate and spin. Make sure you don't do it too fast! I got a little excited at first and I made a mess! :)

4. Go crazy and sprinkle the marshmallow lollipop.

5. When you have enough in your mug, place them in the freezer for 3 minutes or until chocolate hardens.

I just couldn't wait and had to have one! They are delicious!

Make sure they don't touch each other when you place them in the freezer! This could happen to you! These are called, "Stuck on You" marshmallow lollipops! hahahaha.. Actually, if you are having twins, this could be the best baby shower favor! hahaha..

6. Place the lollipops in a clear bag and tie with a ribbon. You can make them a little fancier by adding a tag, curly ribbon, cute embellishment etc..

There you have it! So simple, inexpensive and cute! Here is my bouquet of marshmallow lollipops! I hope everyone enjoys them as much as I did making them! If you try this project, please let me know!

Have a great day!

Warning! You might end up with sprinkles all over your counter, chocolate everywhere (if you spin too fast) and this in your sink!
I'm kidding, its really not that messy!


  1. Hi, i love you ideas... go to my blog and pick up the kreativ blogger award.... your blog is one of my favorites!!! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

  2. You're just great! I love your blog!

  3. wow you are so great! I love your blog and how creative you are. I wish I had time to do some of these fun things you have done. Great job and thanks for sharing.

  4. I am so glad you did this...wasn't super easy!!? You were sweet to post my blog..Thanks! LOVE your BlOg!!

  5. I did these for my 3 son's valentines parties at school. They were a huge hit! The teachers were even impressed. LOL. I've decided they'll be MY signature treat from now on. LOL

  6. what type of chocolate, i bought the wilton chips and didnt melt easy it turned rough- i had to add oil but even then it was not smooth. what did i do wrong?

  7. Hi!

    I made these last night with my girls and they were so delicious, though they didn't look quite as nice as yours. I posted pictures on my blog so come on over...

  8. Hello from Nouméa
    What a lovely idea end turquoise is my favurite color thanks

  9. I just made these for my daughter's 3rd birthday party! I think they will be a great decoration/treat/and party favor! Love it! I can't wait to see the sprinkles all over their faces! Thanks for the great idea!

  10. This is really a very adorable project! The kids love it and they are so into making it.