Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Star-Spangled Marshmallow Pops

Have you seen these great StarMallows in stores yet? They are HUGE, star-shaped and Red, White & Blue! They are perfect for making an easy and festive treat for the 4th! {I found these at Wal-Mart for about $2.50 a bag}

I grabbed anything I could find that would make these cute little mallows shine: Washi tape and paper straws from Pick Your Plum and these cute sprinkles from my local grocery store.

 You'll also need some chocolate. {Woo-hoo!} I used a generic candy melt in milk chocolate, similar to Almond Bark. Here's how it all went down.

{1} While your chocolate is melting, try to find some good-shaped stars for dipping.

{2} Try not to hurt anyone's feelings by eating some of the not-so-good ones.

{3} Skewer with a toothpick and cover the mallow with chocolate. I found it was easier to use a spoon   and drizzle the chocolate all over until the whole thing was covered. Then tap off the excess so you can see that cute star shape again!

{4} Lay on wax paper (only one side needs to be pretty) and decorate with sprinkles before the chocolate hardens.
Once they are all set, pull out the toothpick and skewer the mallows with a cute paper straw or bamboo skewer! I glammed mine up with a little (you guessed it) Washi! {Like I did on these Washi Fairy Wands}

These would look so cute on your table at a 4th of July BBQ!

Or put some in a mason jar for an easy neighbor gift!

Any way you make 'em, they are seriously DELICIOUS! I had a blast making them (& a huge mess) with my daughter! Hope you have fun, too!

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  1. So adorable! They look like little fireworks for the 4th of July! The colorful sticks really make them special.

  2. adorable.I have some red and white paper straws left over from my sons birthday party...I may just have to use those and make some of these for us!

  3. Sisters,

    This is such a fun treat! I didn't even know Kraft made star shaped marshmallows. I'll definitely be on the lookout for them in my grocery store now!

    I followed you over from the Uncommon Design linky party. I would love if you stopped by my blog.

    Thanks for sharing,

  4. So fun! I wish they had star shaped mallows here in Aus - they could totally work for Australia day or even parties. (My boys would LOVE them!!!) I'll have to keep my eyes open to see if we have something simmilar here.

  5. Very cute! As always!! xoxo

  6. Love the star shape---so perfect for the 4th!

  7. Lovely idea and looks delicious! Liz

  8. So simple and so cute! Love them!

  9. You have a beautiful blog with a lot of inspiring posts! Congrats on your work! Would you like t follow each other?:)

  10. I love this! What a great idea
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  11. Love it, girls! Those Star-shaped marshmallows are AWESOME! :) Thanks for sharing with us on "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" We'll see you next week! -The Sisters

  12. Love it!! Thanks for sharing!

  13. so cute! I am visiting from the link party at honeywerehome!


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