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Marshmallow Pops Treats | Edible Christmas Ornaments Recipe

Marshmallow Pops with the Rada Non-Scratch Spoon.

Make these delightful Marshmallow Pops during your next holiday celebration and watch as smiles shine brighter than the Christmas tree! Let your imagination run wild as you make these festive treats that will put friends and family in a joyful mood!

Marshmallow Pops Recipe

You will need:

  • 1 bag regular size marshmallows
  • 1 bag chocolate chips or mint chips
  • Candy sprinkles for decorating
  • Cake pop sticks
  • Saran wrap and bread ties it you want to turn them into Christmas tree decorations

Using a double boiler or induction range, melt 1 bag chocolate chips. If using a double boiler, be certain not to get any water in the chocolate.

Chef Ted melts chocolate in a pan.

Place 1 regular size marshmallow onto the end of one cake pop stick.

Chef Ted spearing marshmallow with cake pop stick.

Coat the marshmallow in the melted chocolate, ensuring that the entire marshmallow is coated.

Chef Ted coats marshmallow in chocolate.

Coat the marshmallow in sprinkles or topping of your choice.

Chef Ted adds sprinkles to covered marshmallow.

Stick marshmallow pop into Styrofoam brick or other container of choice, allowing to dry.

Chef Ted place marshmallow pop in Styrofoam.

If desired, melt a bag of mint chips in the same way you did chocolate chips. You can coat the marshmallows with the melted mint instead of chocolate.

Chef Ted melts mint chips.

You can also drizzle the melted mint over the chocolate covered marshmallow. Or drizzle chocolate over a mint marshmallow. It’s up to you!

Chef Ted decorates marshmallow with melted mint.

Serve and enjoy!  Or wrap the marshmallow in saran wrap (clear, green or red) and close with a twist tie and turn the marshmallow pops into decorations for your Christmas tree!

Chef Ted with completed Marshmallow Pops.

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Marshmallow Pops Video Recipe

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Marshmallow Pops Video Transcript

Hi, I’m Chef Ted, and I’m coming to you today from the Rada Cutlery kitchen. Today I’m going to make some Marshmallow Pops. We’re going to make them into edible Christmas ornaments.

What I’m going to do is melt down some chocolate chips. You can do this with a double boiler or an induction range. Using a double boiler, you have to be really careful to make sure no water splashes up into it, because it could set your chocolate up and ruin it.

Take the sticks that you can buy at any grocery store for cake pops, and then I take a regular-sized marshmallow, just stick them on there, and roll it through the chocolate. Try to get the chocolate all over it, because when area where air is exposed will turn hard. Then we coat it with sprinkles or whatever you want.

And there you have the Marshmallow Pops. You can take a twist tie and wrap it around there and hook it up to the Christmas tree and use them as edible ornaments as well. I hope you enjoy!

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