Super Fun Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops!

Posted in Food
on December 26, 2016


It’s holiday time and everyone is looking for fun and festive treats to make! The children are going to be out of school and we’re all looking for fun and productive projects they can do. Look no further than these Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops! They’re super easy to whip up and are a mixture of airy and indulgent ingredients your tastebuds will love. These pops require very few ingredients but deliver in the taste and fun department.

The sprinkles add just the right amount of crunch and fun color that your kids or guest will eat up. We all know that New Year’s is right around the corner, so why not serve up these Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops with some pink champagne for you and your girls. White chocolate dipped marshmallows, smothered in sprinkles are too delicious and yummy not to try! Get the recipe below.

Makes: 12 pops | Time: 30 minutes

What You’ll Need:

12 Jumbo Marshmallows

2 Cups White Candy Melts (12 oz. Bag)

1 1/2 tbsp. Vegetable Oil

Sprinkles of Choice

12 Paper Straws


Place marshmallows on a flat surface and firmly twist in straw about 3/4 of the way.

Pour candy melts and vegetable oil into a microwave-safe cup. Microwave in 30 second increments until fully melted (about 90 seconds), mixing well each time. Allow to cool for about five minutes.

Dip half of the marshmallow into melted chocolate and twist to allow excess to drip off.

If you’d prefer to fill the gaps around the straw and create a hard shell around the marshmallow, submerge the marshmallow completely until the chocolate reaches the base of the straw. When allowing the excess to drip off, hold the pop horizontally so the weight of the chocolate doesn’t loosen the grip of the straw.

Note: If using this method for all pops, you’ll need an additional bag of candy melts.

Place on a parchment-lined surface to dry (straw side up) until tacky, but not completely dry. You’ll know it’s ready when it’s still wet, but no longer drips when you lift it off the parchment.

Firmly press bottom of marshmallows into a plate of sprinkles, being sure to roll sprinkles onto the bottom edges so some sprinkles are visible when marshmallows are flat.

Allow to dry completely before serving.

If marshmallows have dried before dipping into sprinkles, microwave water in a bowl until boiling, pour off water and dry off bowl. Then twist the marshmallow pop around the hot bowl to slightly melt the bottom of the marshmallow pop.

  • Robin Rue

    Those almost look too good to eat. My kids would absolutely love these! I need to make them some.

  • Candy Kage

    This looks like fun and so many options to roll the marshmallows in. Yep I can see us doing this for a family night.

  • I have never seen marshmallows like this before!! What a great quick and easy treat to make up, I know my kids would love it!

  • Oh how adorable! And so easy. This would definitely be a cute food craft for a birthday party.

  • gaynycdad

    You are forcing me to go into my cabinet in the kitchen to pull out my marshmallow fluff! Marshmallows are one of my favorite treats!!

  • Emerald

    You’re so right Destany!

  • chubskulit

    This would be a nice treat for my kids while on Winter break from school. I would love to do it today with them.

  • sara

    What a fun vacation project! I think I will try this out with my daughter. We have all the ingredients in the house already. Thanks for sharing and happy holidays!

  • Rebecca Swenor

    These super fun sprinkles marshmallow pops look like a lot of fun. I will have to make these with the kids for sure and maybe have other little candies to add too. Thanks for sharing these fun marshmallow pops.

  • Chrissy Mazzocchi

    Oh these look so yummy and fun to make. My Daughter would love to make these!

  • Dana Brillante-Peller

    I’m loving these marshmallow pops! I think they would make fun party snacks – they are so colorful too!

  • Eloise Maoudj Riley

    what a great and easy AND cute idea fro a treat… I know my kids would LOVE this… I’ll have to try this for them : )

  • Dawn Gibson-Thigpen

    yum. i love marshmallow pops. and i also love sprinkles. when you combine the two i am in food heaven. lol

  • Oh I love this! so colorful and fun. I know a lot of kids I know would go crazy over them.

  • rika agustini

    Lovely pink! My daughter will go crazy for those marshmallow pops!

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