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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Halloween Marshmallow Pops


Who's ready for the spooky fun that is Halloween??? A little while ago I got together with some of my local blogger friends for a Halloween dessert photoshoot inspired by all things orange & black (see some sneak peaks on Instagram here and here) where we all pitched in with some yummy treats all for this fun & spooky day. I opted to make marshmallow pops since they're a super cute and simple treat (based on those IG photos I'd say these were a hit! ;) ) and because I'm a total sucker for anything dipped in sprinkles. You pretty much only need 3 ingredients to make these and you can go as crazy or as simple as you like. Up the Halloween factor with some party straws in matching colours and you're set! I love how they turned out and had fun mixing up different combos of sprinkles (love the skulls & crossbones!). If you have a Halloween party coming up another cute idea would be to wrap these in cellophane with a pretty ribbon as a cute favour or for school parties. All you need is 10 minutes and the willpower not to eat them as you go! 

Ingredients/ supplies:
- chocolate chips/ melts (I went for white, orange & milk chocolate)
- sprinkles
- large marshmallows
- party straws
- scissors (if you want to cut down the straws)
- parchment paper




Directions:
1. Place a Pyrex jug in a pot and fill approx 2/3 with water; bring to a boil at high heat
2. Meanwhile cut your straws in half and insert into the marshmallows; pour your sprinkles into shallow dishes for dipping and tear of a piece of parchment paper big enough to place the quantity of marshmallows you want to dip
3. When water is close to a boil or boiling, pour your choice of chocolate into the Pyrex jug and melt
4. Stir the chocolate until it's melted & smooth and dip your marshmallows, then roll them in your choice of sprinkles
5. Place the marshmallows on the parchment to cool. When ready, transfer to your serving dish/ platter and enjoy! :)






Want to see how everything came together? See this post over on Creative Wife & Joyful Worker!




Dessert Table Photos: Creative Wife & Joyful Worker

Desserts:
Spooky Marshmallow Ghost Brownies: Kewe Clothing
Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Icing: The Cheerio Diaries
Chocolate Peanut Butter Halloween Treats: Loving Littles Blog
Table Styling, Spider Cake & Drinks: Creative Wife & Joyful Worker