Whip up these dipped marshmallows for Christmas gifts, cocoa, or just to WOW your guests. This also makes a great Christmas craft for the kids!
Dipped Marshmallows for Christmas
Hot cocoa. Marshmallows. Peppermint candies. It’s like a Hallmark movie just started… But these are three things that go so very, very well together.
Today, I’m sharing how to quickly and easily make a set of dipped marshmallows pops for Christmas. You can gift them wrapped in cello bags or keep them all to yourself. A girl’s gotta have her hot chocolate while furiously wrapping, right?
Ingredients for Dipped Christmas Marshmallows
If you’re already stocked for the holidays (and who isn’t?), you have everything you need. We found some adorable Christmas-inspired straws to use, but feel free to use even a lollipop or candy stick.
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- large marshmallows
- red and white straws (we got ours here from Amazon)
- 1 cup of chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- 1 box candy canes or 1 small bag of peppermint candies
How to Make Dipped Marshmallow Pops Look Amazing
Set up an assembly line of sorts and you’ll have gorgeous dipped marshmallows for Christmas that are completely wow-worthy! For those of you who create holiday playlists on YouTube, our Dipped Marshmallows for Christmas video is here.
Serve these with hot cocoa (duh) or gift wrap them in a cello bag for a fun, easy gift idea. Pair these dipped marshmallows for Christmas with one of our hot chocolate gifts and WOW them all!
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