These fun and quick St. Patrick’s Day marshmallow pops are dipped marshmallows that are sure to please. You’ll be done in no time, so let’s get started.
St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallow Pops
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love to share quick and easy treat ideas. From our cupcakes to our family movie night dessert ideas, I aim to please all palates.
These St. Patrick’s Day dipped marshmallows take almost no time to make and the kids LOVE to help. Gather up some of the puffy treats and sprinkles, and you’re well on your way to your first batch.
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Tips for Making Dipped Marshmallows
- Do not overheat the candy – it will seize and not coat.
- Layout all supplies before you melt the candy. An assembly-style set up is best.
- If you want a clean, even coat, place the coated pops on sticks in a piece of floral foam. Clean up any drips while the chocolate is still wet.
- Get the kids in the kitchen for this one – they LOVE to dip the pops in sprinkles.
How Do I Make Dipped Marshmallows for St. Patrick’s Day?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is a quick tutorial but if you have any questions, please comment below and I’ll do my best to help.
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More St. Patrick’s Day Fun
We can never make just one thing for the luckiest holiday. Here are a few more ideas for some St. Patrick’s Day fun:
- Pot of Gold Cupcakes – These will impress ANYONE!
- Colorful and Fun Rainbow Cereal Necklaces for Kids
- Adorable Leprechaun Gnome for St. Patrick’s Day Decor – You’ve got to see this cutie.
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