Easter Marshmallow Pops – Adorable and So Much Fun

You’ll love the ease of these Easter marshmallow pops. They’re easy to make, the kids can help, and you have so many ways to serve them up! Let’s get started.

two Easter marshmallow pops in flower pots looking like growing carrots

Easter Marshmallow Pops

Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I like to share easy and fun ideas. Let me just be clear by saying I just think that these are the cutest. Sometimes, when you know how adorable something is, you’re just giddy to share it with everyone. This is why I can’t wait for you to make and show off these adorable Easter marshmallow pops!

Not only are they perfect for Easter, but they just look like they took a really long time. Spoiler alert – they didn’t. Let’s get started.

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Easter marshmallow pops on a stick with a white background

How to Make This Easy Easter Treat Idea

The great part about these Easter treats is that they don’t take long to make. All you need to do is gather your ingredients, follow a few steps, and you’ll be digging for carrots in no time.

If you’re creating an Easter desserts playlist on YouTube, here is our Easter Marshmallow Pops video tutorial

Yield: 12 Easter Pops

Easter Marshmallow Pops

two Easter marshmallow pops in clay pots and one laying on the table on a stick with color paper in the background

These dipped Easter marshmallow pops are super simple and fun to make together as a fun Easter activity!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • 12 large marshmallows
  • 1 bag of white candy melts (or half a bag each of orange and green)
  • food coloring in green, red and yellow (to make orange) to color candy
  • 3-5 Oreo cookies per mini pot
  • Mini clay pot(s)
  • parchment paper
  • Small zip-top plastic bag or piping bag
  • lollipop sticks or paper straws


1. Lay out a piece of parchment paper on the counter or baking tray. This is our drying surface. Additionally, clean out the mini clay pot, if using, and gather the rest of your supplies. ingredients for Easter marshmallow pops

2. Divide the bag of candy melts into separate bowls. Melt per the package instructions and color one set orange, if using white candy. 

3. Dip a marshmallow into the orange candy and use a spoon to fully cover. We made ours with texture, however, you can work to get them smooth (you might need to add shortening if you want them smooth). Transfer them to the parchment paper to set. orange frosting and spoon in bowl preparing to frost Easter marshmallow pops

close up of Easter marshmallow pops covered in orange chocolate melts drying on parchment paper

4. Melt the other set of candy melts and color them green. Transfer to the piping bag immediately and pipe the carrot tops directly onto the parchment paper. We just made a few lines which come together at one end and flare out at the top. Leave to set. piping carrot tops using green melted chocolate on parchment paper and letting dry

5. While the candy is drying, crush 3-5 Oreo cookies in a zip-top bag and transfer to a clean clay pot. whole Oreos in a bowl and crushed Oreos in a bag to prepare for filling of clay pot

clay pot filled with crushed Oreos to get ready to play the Easter marshmallow pops

During this time, take your green carrot tips and add a dollop of orange chocolate to the top of the marshmallow. Place on your carrot top and let dry. attaching green carrot top to the top of the Easter marshmallow pop

6. “Plant” a couple of carrots into the pots and serve the rest of your easy Easter marshmallows on lollipop sticks for easy snacking. two Easter marshmallow pops in flower pots looking like growing carrots


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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 58Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 26mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 0gSugar: 8gProtein: 1g

All nutrition information is estimated. Please calculate your exact brands and ingredients if accuracy is desired.

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Easter marshmallow pops in the clay pots and two laying on the side on sticks

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