PIXIE DUST MARSHMALLOW POPS

Pixie Dust Marshmallow Pops

Pops are always a great idea for kids parties.  I love cake pops, but they can be quite time consuming to make and as I was already making quite a bit of time consuming food for Victoria’s 6th birthday party, I decided to go for marshmallow pops instead.  They were a great hit at her last birthday, when I had made them into “Sea Marshmallow Pops”, so I knew the kids would appreciate them this time around too.  Though, this year I went for an even easier decoration: sugar crystals.  I wanted them to look like fairy wands and went for golden sugar crystals to make it look like they were covered in Tinkerbell’s “pixie dust”!  I think they looked really cute and I got the maximum result with the least effort, which is what I try to aim for when I am making many different dishes for the same party!!  Hope you like them!

Pixie Dust Marshmallow Pops

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PIXIE DUST MARSHMALLOW POPS
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • Marshmallows
  • Golden Sugar Crystals
  • Water
  • Lollypop Sticks
  • Candy melts or White chocolate
Instructions
  1. Melt the candy coating or white chocolate in the microwave. Take a lollypop stick and dip it in the candy melt/white chocolate. Insert it into the marshmallow no more than halfway through and keep it aside until dried.
  2. Dip the marshmallow pops in a little water and then coat them with the golden sugar crystals.
  3. 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.

Pixie Dust Marshmallow Pops

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  1. says

    that’s why I don’t make pops, takes too much time and dedication. But I like your take with the marshmallow, easy and hassle free, plus they are cute and pretty.

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