MIFFY MARSHMALLOW POPS

Miffy Marshmallow Pops

I love making marshmallow pops for my girls’ birthday parties.  They are very fast to make, fun and versatile: you can make almost anything out of marshmallows (check out my Sea Marshmallow Pops and my Pixie Dust Marshmallow Pops).  What I like the most though, is the fact that they are easy and quick to make and are always a big hit with the kids!  So, for my daughter’s 4th birthday party, I made these Miffy Marshmallow Pops… and she loved them.  They looked quite cute (don’t you think?) and they only took a few minutes to make!  All you need is marshmallows, lolly pop sticks, candy melts (or royal icing or even white chocolate!) and an edible ink pen!  Have fun!

Miffy Marshmallow Pops

MIFFY MARSHMALLOW POPS
 
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Recipe type: Dessert, Party Food
Cuisine: International
Ingredients
  • Marshmallows
  • Lolly pop Sticks
  • Candy melts or Royal Icing
  • Edible ink pen
Instructions
  1. Cut some of the marshmallows in 4 to make the ears and keep them aside.
  2. Make some Royal Icing or melt the candy coating in the microwave. Take a lolly pop stick and dip it in the candy melt/royal icing. Insert it into the non cut marshmallows no more than halfway through and keep aside until dried.
  3. To attach the ears, simply dip them into the candy melt/royal icing and stick them on the top of the full marshmallows. Keep aside to dry.
  4. When dry, draw Miffy’s eyes and mouth with the edible ink pen.
  5. Keep them to dry and then keep them in a Ziploc bag until ready to serve.
Notes
I made these 2 days in advance and they were still very soft even a couple of days after the party. Just keep them in a Ziploc bag.

Miffy Marshmallow Pops

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