Marshmallow Pops

This week I’ve been busy helping out with the preparations for a 14th birthday party. A pink and white gathering of forty teenage girls! Now those are some pretty brave parents, especially as they’re having the party at home! And on a winters evening too!mmpop1

Luckily for me I was only in charge of marshmallow pops and the birthday cake. I decorated the pops earlier in the week as I figured there was nothing that would go off before the party!

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I couldn’t get hold of the extra large marshmallows from the U.S. so had to settle for Pascals marshmallows. They’re a lot smaller, but taste great! I threaded three onto each lollypop stick then dipped them in melted white chocolate to completely cover them. Some I left white, and others I tinted pink. The white ended up being a little see-through, so maybe I’ll double coat them next time! I avoided candy melts this time as I’ve found them a bit difficult to work with in the past.

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Once the chocolate was dry I drizzled random stripes of either white or pink chocolate over the whole pop, and then dipped most of them into sprinkles or coloured sugar. Some of them I left plain. I’m pretty happy with the end results, and they were well received when I dropped them off! Hopefully the party guests liked them too!

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They’re so much quicker and easier to make than cake pops. No baking or shaping. No falling off the stick into your bowl of melted chocolate (mostly!). So why not give them a try for your next kids party!

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